Tesco Everyday Value Ready Salted Crisps 12 packs 66p

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MinimalistMommi Sat 27-Jul-13 13:16:02

I bought these yesterday for a picnic to a National Trust Property. I was expecting them to be rubbish but they were fine!
www.tesco.com/groceries/Product/Details/?id=257178862
The children even said how nice they were and were perfectly content with them along side their cheese and salad sandwiches I had made from homemade bread grin
I was pleased as each pack only contains 18g rather then 25g which they didn't even notice. We don't have crisps at home so they were still a treat!
While I was in the shop I compared them to the Tesco own brand version but in the coloured pack and these seemed slightly 'healthier' in that they seemed to have less fat and salt. There always seems to be the assumption that the very cheap stuff is more unhealthy but it's not always the case. www.tesco.com/groceries/Product/Details/?id=254926662

I also bought the Tesco Jaffa Cakes for 50p for 12. They were just as good as the original Jaffa cakes, there were only 11 in the pack though...angry

The bag of crisps will last us three picnics as we are family of four...not bad for 66p grin

We plan on doing plenty of picnics this summer so I'm trying to make the treaty bits as inexpensive as possible for anything that I don't usually buy organic or I don't make myself.

MinimalistMommi Sat 27-Jul-13 13:17:54

To make myself clear, the Everyday Value crisps seemed 'healthier' then the Tesco ready salted Crisps in the coloured pack which are £1.29 for six packs.

cece Sat 27-Jul-13 13:20:23

They do a mixed bag of ready salted, salt and vinegar and cheese and onion flavoured as well.

Yas1 Sat 27-Jul-13 13:25:10

Even the tesco everyday value cheese and tomato pizza are healthier than the normal expensive ones as they have less ingredients and less of the preservatives. My daughter prefers these to the more expensive ones.

MinimalistMommi Sat 27-Jul-13 13:27:40

That's good to know cece thank you!

MinimalistMommi Sat 27-Jul-13 13:31:32

yas I have rather made a rod for my own back, the only pizza my children will eat is the one I make and won't have ANY shop ones.

cece Sat 27-Jul-13 16:51:25

Tesco Value ketchup is fine too. As are their biscuits. This week I have tried the squash and

cece Sat 27-Jul-13 16:51:41

the kids seems happy with it.

Pantone363 Sat 27-Jul-13 16:55:20

Sainsburys own brand cereal bars are about 65p for 6. Perfectly nice!

bunchamunchycrunchycarrots Sat 27-Jul-13 16:58:03

Tesco value 500g cornflakes are lovely and only 31p.

MinimalistMommi Sat 27-Jul-13 17:30:33

pan my DD has been having those cereal bars for months, they're good value!

Snazzyenjoyingsummer Sat 27-Jul-13 17:37:39

Morrisons Savers tortilla chips, 23p a 100g packet and nicer than Doritos which are about eight times the price!

Snazzyenjoyingsummer Sat 27-Jul-13 17:38:34

They also seem to have fewer added ingredients than the big name brand versions.

Pantone363 Sat 27-Jul-13 17:39:09

500g cornflakes for 31p shock no way!!!

MinimalistMommi Sat 27-Jul-13 17:52:40

We don't have a Morrisons sad that is a great price snazzy

ParvatiTheWitch Sat 27-Jul-13 17:58:02

I got some similar, maybe slightly more expensive (77p I think) 12 pack of ready salted crisps at Sainsburys and they were nice too. It was their white and orange coloured packaging budget range.Will try the Tesco ones too now. Thanks OP.

twinteresting Sat 27-Jul-13 17:58:42

Sainsbury basics super noodles with chicken are also v free of yukky e numbers

SoftKittyWarmKitty Mon 29-Jul-13 18:02:03

I buy the Asda smart price crisps multipack of 12 for about 46p (I think). They're perfectly edible and I like the fact that they're smaller bags (18g) than branded ones, so DS gets a bag of crisps but not a huge amount. They only come in ready salted though. They don't do value ones at the little Tesco near me but if I ever go to a larger branch I'll pick up a mixed multipack. smile

SoftKittyWarmKitty Mon 29-Jul-13 18:03:32

Just seen the price of the cornflakes! Think I'll give them a try - at 31p if they're disgusting I'll just use them to make cornflake buns grin.

MinimalistMommi Mon 29-Jul-13 18:08:50

Love your username soft
Jealous of your 46p crisps, we don't have an Asda where I live.

YoungJoseph Mon 29-Jul-13 22:14:40

Yup those crisps are the best I have eaten for ages!
You can taste that they are not too salty, they are light and crisp with just enough flavour. They just like crisps used to be before they became gourmet, in huge foil packets that lasts for ever. There are a few duds in there but again just how they used to be.
The smaller packet size suits us as well.

MinimalistMommi Sat 03-Aug-13 10:46:25

Tesco Value shortbread is horrible! Tried it while camping, won't be buying those again!

escape Sat 03-Aug-13 22:26:18

Tesco crisps as above - lovely
Tesco EV biscuits - same as branded to me smile
Tesco EV Squash - orange & blackcurrant - both good -
Tesco EV 'Coco Snaps' cereal - no difference to coco pops imkidsho
Tesco EV Cornflakes? - sorry, couldn't abide them, soggy and flavourless.
Tesco EV 'cheese spread' - fab
Tesco EV Orange Juice & Apple Juice ( in cartons from fridge ) - great
Tesco EV scotch eggs - absolutely fine, not remotely grim meat/taste wise!
Tesco EV Chicken Korma - for a ready meal - ( about 95p) fine..

SoftKittyWarmKitty Sat 03-Aug-13 22:58:39

I lied about the Asda crisps, they're actually 66p for a pack of 12, sorry blush. Still cheap though...

princesscupcakemummyb Sun 18-Aug-13 20:25:56

in our house we love value products more then the branded ones

we buy tesco value custard creams & other value biscuits kids dont mind and nor do we
we buy tesco own brand beans spaghetti etc again no complaints from us we prefer them to the branded tins grin
own branded crisps kids enjoy them and they save a fourtune compared to the branded ones
tesco value ketch up and brown sauce much preffered compared to branded ones 10 out of 10 on alot of own brand products from our family
our kids also love the own brand fromage frays smile

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