Thursday, 12 January 2012

Nairns Oaty Bakes Review

Nairns, the Scottish bakery based in Edinburgh, are well known for their range of oatcakes and oat biscuits. They also make Oaty Bakes, individual packets of crispy, bite sized oat-based snacks.

Nairns Oaty Bakes are ideal for those who like snacking or who are looking for something a little different to crisps. Because they’re made from oats, they are chewier so take longer to eat. Also, each pack holds around 20 Oaty Bakes, so a packet takes longer to get through than a regular bag of crisps. Oh, they taste delicious too.

Nairns Oaty Bakes are available in three flavours: Cheese, Sweet Chilli and Caramelised Onion. Each pack holds 23g, with the Cheese and the Caramelised Onion worth 99 calories per pack and the Sweet Chilli has 101 calories.

Oaty Bakes are made with wholegrain oats and are baked rather than fried. They’re wheat free and contain no artificial colours, flavours, preservatives or GM ingredients.

All flavours are suitable for vegetarians.

You can find Nairns Oaty Bakes in branches of Waitrose, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons and Holland & Barrett. They are also available worldwide - see link

Nairns Caramelised Onion Oaty Bakes
Nutrition informationPer Caramelised Onion pack: 99 calories, 1.7g protein, 14.4g Carbohydrate, 2.5g sugar, 3.9g fat, 0.4g saturated fat, 1.4g fibre, 0.5g salt.


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