Walkers Baked Cheese & Onion Reviews
Product Type: Walkers Snacks
Newest Review: ... of the cheese and onion rather than being overpowered by the salt. The main selling point of these crisps is that being ... more
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by - written on 11/04/08 (Useful, 102 readings)
I am quite a fan of Walkers cheese and onion crisps, whilst out buying my lunch today, I couldn't buy my regular pack as the shop had sold out, instead I opted for a pack of 'baked' ones. Apparently containing 70% less fat than ordinary Walkers crisps, a healthier option so would give them a go. Upon opening the packet, I don't feel they smell the same as ordinary crisps, and I think I should know, as I do eat a fair few packs. Looking inside, I find a measly amount of crisps and could have done with half the amount of packaging for what was inside. All the crisps are fairly flat and so sit neatly next to each other in the bottom. When you remove ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/02/08 (Useful, 43 readings)
I love these crisps and not for the same reasons as most people, these crisps contain less fat and calories as they are baked not fryed but this doesnt make any difference to me except they dont leave a greasy residue on my fingers after eating them which is good i supose. I like the fact that they are ridge cut crisps which has always been a winner for me but these still have the same great taste of cheese and onion as the usual walkers crisps but they are just dryer and dont feel as greasy in your mouth. There are less than 100 calories per bag of these which is a great bonus for anyone on a diet or counting the calories they eat. i was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/01/11 (Very useful, 72 readings)
I bought these today as a quick snack. I had missed breakfast and lunch and was halfway through a very hectic day and therefore was quite peckish! I bought my bag from Tescos where they cost me 45p for a single bag. They are also available in multipacks. The packaging is similar to that shown above but it has changed slightly, there is a darker blue used and the packet is now matte rather than glossy. The packet boasts there is 70% less fat than normal crisps which is why I picked them up as I have just started following the Weight Watchers scheme. When I opened the back I was immediately hit with a smell of cheese and onion. The crisps inside ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/04/10 (Very useful, 25 readings)
I bought these crisps from the vending machine at work for 60p when I was feeling hungry but didn't fancy any of the other crisps. I hadn't tried these before. They were quite a bit more expensive than the other crisps in the machine though. Sainsburys and Tesco sell individual packs for 59p and 6 pack multi bags for £2.50 for 2 multibags. Asda are selling 3 multi bags for £3. The bag is blue with the Walker's logo at the top with a picture of the crisps on the front. It is 37.5g in size and it promises 70% less fat. Each pack will give you 149kcal, 2.4g of protein, 27.7g of carbohydrates of which 2.9g are sugars, 3.1g of fat of which 0.4g are saturates, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/04/10 (Very useful, 66 readings)
As my boyfriend is on a diet, we were on the lookout for healthier options he could snack on through out the day whilst doing our weekly shop. We spotted these walkers baked, we had never seen them before and on the front they were claiming to have 70% less fat. We looked at the calorie content of these crisps and suprisingly they only contain 99 calories per serving, which we assume to be per bag! That is less than a kit kat at 107 calories and these are twice as filling! We bought these walkers baked crisps in cheese and onion flavour in a pack of 6 bags. They are on offer in tesco at the moment, any two bags for £2.50 which is a bargain! Thats ... Read the complete review
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