Walkers Wotsits Really Cheesy Flavour Reviews
Product Type: Walkers Snacks
Description:Type: Crisps/Snacks / 17.5g. Made with 100% Sunseed Oil, each standard bag now has: Up to 40% less salt. And only contains up to 4% of a child's guideline daily amount of saturated fat.
Newest Review: ... than the rest of the bag. The Wotsits logo on the bag is yellow bubble writing and is below the Walkers (who made them) logo. ... more
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Last Update 19.12.2013 17:13
by - written on 27/01/08 (Very useful, 1597 readings)
I don't really snack on unhealthy things but for some reason since Christmas I have undulged in one or two things that I wouldn't do as a rule, with many people saying to me, you don't normally eat that, are you pregnant...lol. On my last visit to Tesco, they had an offer on 3 12 packs of Crisps for £3, so I had one French Fries, one Doritoes and one Wotsits. I used to eat Wotsits all the time as a kid, that and Monster Munch and used to get excited then, I'm still a big kid and got excited when I had my first pack of Wotsits for a while. When opening the pack of 12, I noticed that the packaging of Wotsits had somewhat changed over the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/02/08 (Useful, 111 readings)
These are one of those processed foods that you know you should not eat but are just so addictive once you start. As a snack food they are something that I buy occasionally rather than on a regular basis however I avoid eating them when I'm out as they can leave your teeth in a right mess with orange bits everywhere. These are cheese flavoured puffs that have a very strong cheddar taste to them. They also have a very satisfying crunch when you bite into them or alternatively you can just let them melt in your mouth as they go all mushy. It is a rather strong cheese taste and not at all mild, it does have a slightly artifcial tange to it which is to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/06/11 (Very useful, 97 readings)
One of my favourite snacks is Wotsits so you will always find them in my cupbolards, they come in 6 packs and 10 packs and even different flavours now but the cheese ones are my favourites. A 6 pack usually costs around £1.50 a pack so I usually watch out for them going on 3 for £3 or I often find them in the discount type stores. The packets are housed in a blue plastic bag which holds the same information that is on the back of each packet. Each packet is dark blue on the front and white on the back, the front of the pack is a lighter shade in the middle than on the outside of it and wotsits is written so it looks like it is written in the crisps, there is a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/09/10, updated on 17/09/10 (Very useful, 146 readings)
Now im sure im not the only person that loves a nice packet of crisps. There perfect for when your on the run, have know other food or cant be bothered to make anything. Wotsits have always been a strong favourite of mine as they taste delicious and have a good strong flavour. Sometimes i like plain crisps, but when im looking for something with a bit of va va voom ill get these. Im sure pretty much everyone has tried wotsits and if you havent you must, as your missing out. I mean they turn your fingers orange so you pretend your an essex girl. Taste and texture : Now im sure you would never off guessed this ... but there really cheesy. The cheese taste is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/05/10 (Very useful, 67 readings)
When I was a boy I remember all my friends absolutely loving "cheesy" wotsits, they were in everyones lunchbox and at every party you ever went to. I was never a fan of them myself as I hated the overwhelming smell that eminated from both the colourful bowls filled with the puffed perpetrators and from you're best friend himself as his face and hands would inevitably be covered in the telltale artificial orange hue. So for most of my childhood I steered well clear. As a grown up however (in name only) I decided to see whether my hatred of the humble wotsit would still hold true, so I bought a bag making sure to wait until I got home ... Read the complete review
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expensive, not too readily available