£2.00£1.54 per 100g
- 40% less fat than regular vegetable chips
- A tasty alternative to crisps, enjoy Walkers Baked on-the-go or paired with your favourite lunchtime sandwich
- Made with no artificial colours or MSG
- Suitable for vegetarians
Suitable for vegetarians
|Typical Values||Per 30g (%*) Serving||Per 100g|
|Energy||551 kJ||1838 kJ|
|131 kcal (7%*)||437 kcal|
|Fat||4.6 g (7%*)||15 g|
|of which Saturates||0.5 g (2%*)||1.5 g|
|Carbohydrate||20 g||66 g|
|of which Sugars||5.1 g (6%*)||17.0 g|
|Fibre||1.2 g||3.9 g|
|Protein||2.1 g||7.0 g|
|Salt||0.43 g (7%*)||1.42 g|
|This pack contains 4-5 servings|
|* Reference intake of an average adult (8400 kJ/2000 kcal)|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (3)
Low tasty snack
While it's true that these have about 17g of carbohydrate/sugars per 100g as another review states, that's not per serving. If you buy the bag with 6 portions, one portion is only 23g with less than 4g of sugars. You would have to eat more than 4 portions or 100g to get 17g of sugars.
Its got wheat in!
Again, my fault, I didnt read the ingredients, and the biggest ingredient in these sweet potato crisps is wheat. The other baked crisps are potato, so I presumed they would be as described in the title.
So much added sugar!...
It's my own fault - I didn't read the back of the packet before purchasing. I just saw the fact that they were baked veg crisps and assumed they were a more healthy option. Upon tasting the first crisp however I was struck by how incredibly sweet they were. Admittedly they are sweet potato crisps, but still... When I read the ingredients I saw that glucose syrup was one of the top ingredients. In crisps?! These crisps have over 17g of sugar per 100g which is insane. In context, soft scoop icecream has around 8g per 100g and 'regular' crisps have around 2g... Needless to say I won't be buying again. 40% less fat is certainly not worth the increased sugar.