Walkers Sunbites Sour Cream & Black Pepper Reviews
Product Type: Walkers Snacks
Description:Brand: Walkers / Bite size wholegrain snacks
Newest Review: ... in the pound shop obviously priced at £1.00. The Sunbites are made by Walkers and are described as multigrain crispy snacks. ... more
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Walkers Sunbites Sour Cream And Cracked Black Pepper 6 X 25G
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Last Update 06.03.2014 06:59
by - written on 13/02/08 (Very useful, 141 readings)
A Whole Lot of Goodness (well...for a crisp!) I love crisps. Crisps, as my hips and thighs will tell you, do not like me. Whe I was pregnant I had a bit of a thing for prawn cocktail Walkers, which I've never quite gotten over, so finding a good value, healthier way of eating crispy crisps has been, of course, on the top of my to-do list since having Eva. Himself discovered these. Sunbites. And sunny they certaily make me feel! they are crispier than crisps, more wholesome (full of wholegrain goodness!) and have less fat in them. All good. A full 28g bag only has 0.6 gramms of saturated fat, which is pretty good going. At 130 calories a bag, they ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/05/11 (Very useful, 44 readings)
After talking to my friends about eating healthy & dieting during a lesson, we all got so hungry that we needed to head to boots to grab our daily 'meal deal'. I do usually pick things like special k bars, tuna sandwiches and fruit which are all, as you will agree, healthy. Although as I was particularly hungry I decided to pick up this bag of crisps that caught my eye. They were part of the meal deal offer so I thought I would give them a shot. I am unsure of their original retail price as this is the only way that I buy mine. The packet is a beige colour with a picture of the sun coming up over a field. It is a very 'farm' style picture and depicts the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/05/11, updated on 18/04/12 (Very useful, 61 readings)
Having been on a chiefly failed attempt of a diet these past few weeks I have been looking into healthy lunch options and snacks to try. I am not normally a crisp lover and rarely buy them to eat except for parties and perhaps an odd bag in the pub every now and then. These Sunbites crisps from Walkers were on special offer at the time at only £1 for 6 bags of crisps. The usually retail for about £1.50 per multipack but like most walkers bags you'll find they are often on special offers in all the major supermarkets. The packet is a creamy, pale green colour and distinctly lives up to its name of Sunbites. The Walkers logo branding is subtly located in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/04/11 (Very useful, 41 readings)
Being on a reasonably tight budget I tend to look out for the offers and noticed these 'new' crisps on offer at £1 for a pack of six (Sainsburys). I say new as until i came to do this review I thought they were a new Walkers product. Having seen the above old packet picture, I realise they have been re branded with a newer modern style packet. *The product* The product is made by Walkers which was founded by Henry Walker in the 1880's and is now the countrys leading brand name in crisp type snacks. Sour Cream (and cracked black pepper) flavour Sunbites are a Wholegrain Crispy snack made with 61% wholegrain, which according to the packet makes them ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/05/10 (Very useful, 73 readings)
This is my second week of healthy eating, and sadly I didn't have any food to prepare for lunch today as I spent the weekend away. So it when it came to getting lunch from Asda, I was looking for a healthy, savoury alternative to crisps and found these Walkers SunBites. I expected them to be full of secretly bad ingredients, but they are actually 67% wholegrains, including wheat, oat flour and corn, rice flour, sunflower oil, sugar, sour cream and black pepper flavour. Apart from one or two added flavourings, they looked reasonably healthy and have a lot of fibre. Each pack will set you back 131 calories, 2.4g of sugar, 6.1g of fat, 0.6g of saturated fat and ... Read the complete review
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