Newish supermarket snacks you've investigated


#141

Nutella B-ready. Fucking crap compared to a Bueno. Disappointed.


#142

theyre aren’t cheap either are they


#143

first up, a not-new-at-all snack that has nonetheless blown my mind this week:

SX522

these are straight-up the best biscuits going. and when you dunk them in tea? next level.

okay, crisps then.

got these over Xmas, ooft. the crisps themselves have that proper potato kind of taste (some crisps weirdly taste of nothin’ much at all), and the flavour? knocked it out of the park, here.

and I bought all four flavours of these from Asda the other day. not pictured are the delicious manchego cheese and green olive ones that I finished pretty quickly. currently on the chilli and honey ones and the heat is real.


#144

Went to Aldis’ this morning…

Didn’t crisp up as much as hoped in the time stated in the box and were a bit greasier than anticipated. They’re in a lightish southern-fried batter kind of thing.


Reasonable/10, but reckon I’d stick to just whacking chunks of plain halloumi in the oven or in a pan for a few minutes in future.

Oh, it doesn’t serve 3 either - that plate was half of the pack - so does two as a snack or one for a lunch, I would say.


#145

Fucking hell though, they sound incredible.


#146

Yeah those biscuits are :100:

Might make some of my own.


#147

Reckon if you’d done it homemade, or had it from a bar/restaurant/van on the street it’d be banging. The supermarket imitation is a bit of a disappointment though.


#148

I really want to make some biscuits. my mum used to make some from some strange old recipe that no other biscuit has come close to.

those ones I posted too, obv. imagine not having to pay at best a quid for ten. need to reverse engineer me some.


#149

https://www.tesco.com/groceries/en-GB/products/276603573?sc_cmp=ppc
These a dead good.