Monday 6 May 2013

Review - Hoops and Crosses crisps from Walkers

We were recently sent a pack of the new Walkers Hoops and Crosses crisps to review. Research has shown that some children in the UK don't have enough wholegrain in their diet, and 27% have none at all. Hoops and Crosses contain 56% wholegrain, and the baked snacks are marketed as a perfect snack for parents to include in lunchboxes.

Our pack of Hoops and Crosses was Roast Beef flavour, and came packaged along with a lovely stuffed monkey which Harry instantly claimed! The other flavours available in the range are Salt & Vinegar and Prawn Cocktail.

Walkers Hoops and Crosses crisps review

Not surprisingly, the crisps are in the shape of hoops and crosses, and there were plenty in the pack. They were tasty, and would be a very satisfying snack. Because they are baked, they aren't greasy like some crisps. Although they are aimed at children, I'd probably be more likely to buy them as a snack for myself because they are fairly low in calories and filling.

Walkers Hoops and Crosses crisps review

Thank you to Walkers for giving us the opportunity to try them out!

This is a paid review.

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