|We liked the packaging with the little Crisp Man on the front|
Anyway I digress, I was intrigued by the claim of 30% less fat on the Mighty Lights so I could hardly make them wait until they went back to school, however 'now' was about 6pm and nearly bedtime so they did have to wait until the next day and the next picnic. We started the tasting with the Lightly Salted which was probably our least favourite actually - they are still tasty but they have extra seasoning as well and to be honest I like my 'plain' crisps just that - plain with salt. The kids munched through them - the ridges make all the flavours good and crunchy but the next flavour out - the Roast Chicken was definitely a favourite. Bigger Miss even asked 'how much are these crisps, 'cause I want you to buy them Mummy?' (She knows I rarely buy crisps unless they're on offer or cheap!)
In fact the first two packs got munched so quickly that I didn't even manage to take any photos until we only had the Cheese and Onion left! I was pleasantly surprised at the flavour as they are not normally my favourite but I liked these- a good taste without being overpowering. The girls agreed and preferred these to other Cheese and Onion crisps.
|yum yum, crunch crunch - every last crumb was eaten!|
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post and I was sent three packs of crisps for purposes of review but all words and thoughts are my own.