Product Type: Walkers Snacks
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Everybody needs good Quavers
Member Name: scobeyjohnson
Advantages: Great cheese flavour, texture that melts in your mouth
Disadvantages: Not good if you don't enjoy cheese
When I go to the garage near to my work to buy crisps I will often come back with Tomato flavoured Snaps but on the odd occasion I will buy a bag of Quavers and I used to eat them quite a lot as a child as well. They are presented in a yellow foil packet these days for extra freshness with the green text printed on to what appears like a white cloud probably representing the fact that these potato snacks are so light and fluffy. You can buy these in all sorts of multipacks but I normally purchase them individually for between fifty and sixty pence.
These are free from artificial colours and each bag only contains 87 calories which is 5% of an adults daily intake and 6g of fat so I think that means they would be alright for an occasional treat even if you are trying to be particularly healthy.
The Quavers themselves are curly and the texture is very similar to a prawn cracker you can buy from Chinese restaurants and take a ways. They are light and crispy and the taste of cheese is very strong but very tasty, in a similar way to a Skip they melt in your mouth a little as well. They are soft and have no jagged or sharp edges when bitten in to like traditional crisps and so are very suitable for young children once this type of solid food is suitable for them.
These are great to eat with sandwiches or salads and are brilliant served in a massive bowl at parties or when you have friends over to watch a film or something and as I said before I think these really appeal to children
Summary: Famous curly cheese snack