Walkers Baked Ready Salted Reviews
Product Type: Walkers Snacks
Description:Type: Snacks / Walkers Baked are slowly baked to give you all the great taste and healthier qualities of baking. All ... more
Newest Review: ... the Ready Salted Variety. On first inspection it looks like much of the others Walkers crisps with similar colouring and ... more
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Walkers Baked Ready Salted Crisps 6 X 25G
70% less fat No MSG, preservatives or artificial colours Suitable ...
Last Update 13.03.2014 17:28
by - written on 28/11/07 (Very useful, 110 readings)
First sold in September 2006, WALKERS BAKED is a relatively new addition to the Walkers Crisps range and is a product which they are using to try to attract customers who are interested in a more healthy style of eating. Now I don't think that crisps are ever going to be considered 'healthy' but these crisps contain 70% less fat than regular crisps, 98 calories per bag, and the pack sizes are only 25 grams. This is quite a small amount to have in a packet these days, although it does mean that you don't eat too many. The only problem I have is that I often buy 2 bags and eat them one after another! How do they taste? Well to be honest I mainly buy these for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/01/08 (Very useful, 35 readings)
I'm not a big crisp person - I have far too much of a sweet tooth! - but I do like the odd packet now and then. I've always been put off by the fat content though - a 35g bag of standard Walkers crisps contains 11.4g of fat - more than a Crunchie! Walkers Baked, however, are really good for the waistline - they slash that figure by 70%, to 2 grams! Plus, there are only 98 calories per packet. OK, so they're still not as good for you as fruit, but at least you can feel slightly less guilty about your craving for salty snacks! These low figures are because they're baked rather than fried, which actually makes them taste more like potatoes than 'normal' ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/12/07 (Very useful, 113 readings)
Like most big brand names my Walkers crisps are available in most supermarkets, mine came from Sainsbury's on special offer at 25p a bag. The bag is predominantly red on one side and full of information on the other. Content weight 25g. NUTRITIONAL CONTENT In the bottom left hand corner of the package a large 70% number informing us that these chips have 70% less fat than Walkers crisp generally. Below this guide facts concerning content of Calories, Sugar, Fat, Saturates, Salt and how much they full fill Adult's daily amount, not much for example the chips inside are 98 calories but only 5% RDA. All useful stuff when planning a healthy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/02/10 (Very useful, 27 readings)
Walkers "Baked" is something a little different for those tired of the regular potato chip style crisps. The noticeable difference is in their shape - slightly thicker and more solid, but also containing small ridges. Essentially, they are in the old style of McCoys "ridge cut chips", but with the folds cut down, so that they are almost flat, but still somewhat noticeable. The Ready Salted version of the Walkers Baked can be bought in variety packs of 6 (with Cheese and Onion, and Salt and Vinegar), or purchased separately, in any decent newsagents or snack shop. As for the taste, it isn't vastly different to normal Ready Salted ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/06/09 (Very useful, 19 readings)
These were a real revelation to me - I'm a big fan of crisps but it's easy to see the effects of eating them or abstaining for a few days in terms of their effect on your weight. I've never like most of the 'diet' crisps I've seen in the past because they were either too puffed up and full of air or too much like easting compressed cardboard. So I tried some of these when offered by a friend and was impressed. Firstly they do actually taste of potato, which is nice, and have a solid texture not too dissimilar from a normal thick crisp in terms of density. They have thin ridges, which I'm ambivalent about but I know some people who love or hate ridges on their ... Read the complete review
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