Walkers Baked Mango Chilli Reviews
Product Type: Walkers Snacks
Newest Review: ... crisps and for some reason they always seem to have the best flavour too. Walkers Baked Mango Chilli crisps are quite tangy ... more
by - written on 04/02/10, updated on 04/02/10 (Very useful, 57 readings)
I have been enjoying Walkers Baked crisps for a while now, but have only just found the Mango Chilli ones. I am not a fan of spicy flavours but I knew my husband and sons would love these and I was right. They have been a great success! Walkers Baked crisps are made exactly as they say, they are baked, not fried and therefore have 70% less fat than the average crisp. They are actually baked twice over and this makes them really crunchy. This is the main attraction for me, as I love crunchy, crinkled crisps and for some reason they always seem to have the best flavour too. Walkers Baked Mango Chilli crisps are quite tangy and very spicy, my husband ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/08/09 (Very useful, 45 readings)
Continuing the new trend for healthier, baked crisps are Walkers unusual Mango Chilli flavour. *Packaging* The crisps come in multipacks of 6 bags. The front of the multipack and individual bags are orange-yellow with Baked written across them nicely outlined in red, an image of the crisps and some slices of mango and chilli. They embody the warm flavour of the crisps themselves. The bags are 25g each, and are the common size for 25g bags with just as few crisps as usual and just as much air! *Texture and look* The crisps are baked, along the lines of Pringles. They are flat, quite thick and irregularly shaped. They have slightly indented ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/07/09 (Very useful, 118 readings)
Can't remember why I decided that buying a multipack of mango and chilli flavoured crisps was a good idea but I'm glad I did. These crisps are part of Walkers Baked range, which contains 70% fat, and is the first (and hopefully not only) adventurous flavour in the range. They are packaged in a pale orange bag which stands out from the other packets. Walkers baked crisps are not made from sliced of potato (at least from what I can gather) but are twice baked potato flakes. What this means is that you have a ridged, thicker than usual, very crunchy crisp to enjoy. I don't think this way of making crisps is that unusual I guess Squares, Discos and a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/06/09, updated on 16/01/10 (Very useful, 115 readings)
I have always been a lover of savoury snacks. When I spotted this bright orange bag of multipack crisps in Tescos I thought they deserved a second look. The pack is a very eye-catching colour and also shows the traditional walkers sun logo. The multipack bag contains 6x25g packets. Walkers Baked snacks are not really crisps as they are not formed from sliced potato, they are much thicker and I think they are made from potato powder which is formed into ridged shapes and then baked. I find the baked crisps much more satisfying than traditional crisps and they have a good crunch. The Mango Chilli flavour is my favourite. It has quite a sweet ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/07/09 (Very useful, 258 readings)
I hate the way normal bags of crisps seem to be getting higher in calorie and fat content when at the same time the contents of the bag seem to be getting less! In my never ending quest to try and provide my family with a healthy diet without being too strict I decided to try the Walkers Baked Crisps, which claimed to have 70% less fat content than a normal bag of Walkers Crisps. The Walkers Baked Crisps come in the usual 25g bag and are available in 6 different flavours: Mango Chilli, Cheese and Onion, Bacon and Cheddar, Sour Cream and Chive, Ready Salted and Salt and Vinegar. Not the greatest of choices when you think how many there are to choose from in ... Read the complete review
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