Warburtons Baked Pitta Chips Reviews
Product Type: Warburtons Snacks
Description:Brand: Warburtons / Type: Crisps / Snacks
Newest Review: ... 'sea salt and malt vinegar Escapes 100 calories per bag'. The bags only contain 24g of pitta's which is about average for ... more
by - written on 14/10/11 (Very useful, 95 readings)
I saw these crisps in the supermarket last time I went and was filling the trolley with movie snacks. I was after a big sharing bag for dipping into sour cream etc, and this one caught my eye because it was new on the shelf, it was by Warburtons (don't they do bread?!), and they claimed to be healthier than crisps because they're baked not fried. I'm not sure how relevant this is when you're smothering them with sour cream, but it made me feel slightly better so I ended up bringing them home. The packaging makes this look like a premium product, there's nothing cheap about it and it looks classy and inviting. There were two flavours available in the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/09/11 (Very useful, 72 readings)
Whilst shopping in a local independent grocery store, I was picking out some crisps and snacks to buy when my eye happened upon a black coloured package of snacks I had not come across before. From the well-known bakers and bread manufacturers Warburtons, the "Baked Pitta Chips" looked to be a sort of different snack than any I had tried before, being made from pitta bread rather than potato. Intrigued, I decided to buy the snack which is packaged in a bag, similar to crisps and other snacks. They cost me around 75 pence for the 40g bag. I believe there is a variety of around five assorted flavours of the Warburtons Baked Pitta Chips available, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/09/11 (Very useful, 118 readings)
Warburtons Baked Pitta Chips are new to the market and can be conveniently found in the grab bag crisps aisle at the supermarket. My flavour is Sea Salt & Malt Vinegar but they come in 5 different flavours to suit all tastes. The bag contains 150grams of dried pitta bread, seasoned to flavour. The packaging boasts no artificial ingredients and in the case of Salt & Vinegar, that they are approved by the Vegetarian Society. The front of the bag has the Warbuton name branded across the bottom of it, whilst the words "Baked Pitta Chips" take centre stage, with a salt shaker and vinegar bottle. The Chips are pictured to both ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/10/13, updated on 18/10/13 (Very useful, 55 readings)
I'd never heard of Pitta Crisps until I bought some yesterday from Home Bargains. I still hadn't heard of them as I was eating them until I had a quick look at the pack and saw my mistake....... They were a six pack of what I thought were posh looking salt and vinegar crisps for 69p. I didn't even notice the brand 'Warburtons' just saw 'sea salt and malt vinegar Escapes 100 calories per bag'. The bags only contain 24g of pitta's which is about average for multi pack crisps, 100 calories is slightly less than normal potato crisps. They also boast natural flavours and are made with sunflower oil. These are baked/ dried triangles of pitta ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/09/12 (Very useful, 131 readings)
Having a bit of a get together with friends yesterday saw me nipping down to my local B & M store with a friend to get a few bits and pieces. I knew things would start off rather civilised with my lot and so bought some snacks to nibble on and these Warburons Baked Pitta Chips in Sour Cream & Chive flavour sounded rather nice and from a brand I trust and with an RRP of £1.00 for a large 85g bag but being on sale for 29p a bag I felt unable to resist them! The Packaging: Well my bag is an olive green colour and on the front of the bag we are told what they are and who they by and then on the back of the bag we are told a bit about the ... Read the complete review
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