Walkers Baked Bacon & Cheddar Crisps Reviews
Product Type: Walkers Snacks
Description:Brand: Walkers / Type: Crisps
Newest Review: ... and seem to be thinner than McCoys are. I bit into one and find them to be pleasantly crunchy, much more so that the ... more
by - written on 14/11/09 (Very useful, 24 readings)
I've been meaning to try these baked crisps from Walkers for ages and finally got a multipack of the Bacon And Cheddar ones from Morrisons today. They're yummy, loads tastier than any of the normal Walkers crisps at the minute since they changed the oil and robbed us of all the flavour! lol The baked crisps are thicker and crunchier, they are quite big and like a long 50p shape. You can tell they're not fried because they are not greasy at all and have got a proper nice textre, I think they are a bit dry but that's just something to get used to after you've not ate baked crisps before. The flavour is yummy. They have got a good mix of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/09/09, updated on 08/05/10 (Very useful, 135 readings)
I spotted these at the weekend and, as I hadn't tried them before I'd thought I'd see what they were like. Firstly I should say that I'm not a cheese person at all. Mommie Dearest had a cheese craving when she was carrying me and consequently munched her way through piles of the stuff whilst she was pregnant. Which is probably why, in general, I don't like cheese. I don't mind it as part of a pizza topping, in a quiche, or even on toast (with some HP sauce ~ yum!) but I can't eat chunks of it like most people can. You're probably asking why I chose to buy these then. Well, they're actually for Boyfriend but, seeing as they're on Dooyoo as something that can be ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/02/09 (Very useful, 225 readings)
***WALKERS*** As we all know Walkers make the popular crisps and Gary Lineker is the face of the company starring in the majority of their advertising campaigns. Their official website states that over 11 million people will eat a walkers product every day! Walkers do a huge variety of different crisps in different flavours such as their normal well known popular crisps which come in a large range of flavours including Cheese & Onion, Marmite, Steak & Onion, Worcester Sauce and more. They also do a light range as well which includes only 5 different flavours but includes the popular Salt & Vinegar and Cheese & Onion flavours. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/10/09 (Very useful, 31 readings)
These were on offer with the other Baked range of flavours and seeing as how this Bacon & Cheddar is a newer flavour in the range we got a six pack of these and salt & vinegar too... Sold in a purple wrapper with the Walkers brand name on the front they cost £2.50 at Morrisons for both packs this week. Advertised as 70% less fat than a normal pack of Walkers crisps, these make a really tasty healthier snack as they are not fried in oil... The makers bake each crisp twice to get a really dry texture and they do not taste greasy at all :) Bacon is one of my favourite snack flavours and I love cheese so was interests to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/01/10 (Very useful, 90 readings)
I have eaten these Walkers 'crisps' since they came out and they are a firm family favourite because of their true to life, natural tastes. They are called Baked. This is because they are baked and not fried. Not once but twice, for extra crunchiness. The baking process means they contain less oil than cooking by traditional methods (even though the new sunseed oil is supposedly better for us). At 70% less fat than the traditional Walkers crisps, they are a healthy option for those of us who prefer savoury snacks. These are only 99 calories and 2.1g fat compared to 133 cal and 8.3g in the original style, smokey bacon flavour. The texture is more ... Read the complete review
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