Product Type: Walkers Snacks
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SUITABLE FOR EVERYONE...GOOD FOR A DIET!
Member Name: angelboouk
Advantages: TASTY AND PLEASANT..FOR KIDS AND ADULTS
Walkers are a recognised brand who produce various crisp and potato snacks for adults and children alike.
Quavers are described as being a "light curly potato snack".
They are mainly aimed at children though adults can enjoy them too.
The most popular flavour is the original cheese flavour though you can also purchase salt and vinegar and prawn cocktain flavours.
The cheese flavoured Quavers come in foil bags. The bags are mainly yellow on the front and white on the back.
The front of the bag has the Quavers logo, flavour and a nutrition chart. There is also some little crisp images.
The back of the bag has all the required information about the product including nutrition, ingredients, other products in the range and how to contact Walkers.
Quavers come in various shapes and sizes and no two are the same. They are curly and yellow with an obvious orange speckled coating. The Quavers are thicker than standard crisps.
Potato Starch , Sunflower Oil (30%) , Cheese Flavour [Dried Milk Whey, Flavour Enhancers (Monosodium Glutamate, Disodium 5'-ribonucleotide), Flavouring, Dried Milk , Dried Cheese, Butter Acids, Soya Protein, Colour (Paprika Extract)] , Rice Flour , Soya Flour , Salt , Yeast , Dried Onion (Malt Flour from Barley) , Pepper , Wheat Flour , Colour (Annatto) .
Each 17g bag contains :
0.4g saturated fat
*Availability and Price*
Quaver can be bought in individual bags for around 50p. You can also buy multi packs in supermarkets for around £1.30 for 6. Poundland also sell the 6pk.
Quavers were a snack that I enjoyed when I was growing up. When my son started eating finger foods, I would always buy the baby crisps that cost a fortune and ended up getting wasted as he would only eat a few. My sister recommended letting him try Quavers and we haven't bought baby crisps since.
I buy a multi pack from Poundland every week and now my son is a toddler, he manages a full bag to himself though as a baby, Mummy was allowed to share his crisps! Being curly and smooth, my son could easily hold these. They are quite hard though dissolve nicely when nibbled at and place in the mouth. This means they are perfect for new nibblers as they become soft and slip down the throat easily with no risk of choking. I was confident and happy to give these to my son.
I occasionally have a packet of Quavers too. I find they are so much kinder to my sensitive teeth as they basically melt in your mouth and you really don't need to bite them. They are really light and floaty and the cheese on them is quite strong to smell but isn't overpowering once you eat the crisps. It turns into pleasant cheesy after taste.
These are super low in calories and fat etc so can be enjoyed as part of a diet and they taste yummy so you aren't compromising on that. They are cheap and you can have them in your cupboard for when you fancy a guilt free snack or something to keep the kids or hubby amused.
I highly recommend these.
Summary: A PERFECT HEALTHY SNACK