So I’m gone from this here blog and when I come back it’s a review! Where is Lindy and what have you done with her? Well I’ve had loads going on and a haaaaaay-uge post in the making so you’ll have to accept my apologies and take this post.
So lets get back to the Hoops and Crosses! A while back I was asked if I wanted to review a new product from Walkers and in a moment of weekness I said yes. I’m now very happy I did as the crisps were yummy! Package arrived on Saturday and it was a gloriously sunny day when we opened it. Squidge immediately jumped up and down as she’s a sucker for a stuffie! As you can see not only did we get a bag of crisps to review we also got a book and a stuffed Monkey, christened Cheeky by Squidge. She took Cheeky out with us all weekend. Made we walk around with him on my head and I was subjected to numerous Cheeky hugs.
As for the crisps I’d like to tell you that I had a chance to savour them, to really try them out so I could give you an detailed review but I can’t. Squidge LOOOOVED them and ate them all! Well, not all, she did give me two- a hoop and a cross. I can tell you that they were very yummy. I wouldn’t be a good Weight Watchers leader if I didn’t tell you that the bag was 2 pro points and well worth it! They’re baked, full of wholegrain goodness and the roast beef ones we tried were packed with flavour. Sooo our verdict is- if you’re looking for an healthier alternative for your kids lunch box then you could do worse.
The nitty gritty
- 85 calories per bag.
- 56% wholegrain corn meal per bag.
- Hoops and Crosses are made from wholegrains, have no artificial colours or preservatives.
- Hoops and Crosses come in 3 flavours- Roast Beef, Prawn Crackers and Salt & Vinegar
- Suitable for vegetarians
This is a Sponsored review- opinion is totally my own and Squidge’s