Wednesday, 7 March 2012

Mini Highland Oatcakes - NEW

Mini Oatcakes Sainsbury'sIf you’re looking for a savoury snack to much on, but aren’t in the mood for a packet of crisps, you might like to try oatcakes.


These Mini Highland Oatcakes from Sainsbury’s have a crunchy, grainy texture which is quite different to wheat-based crispbreads or crackers. And if you're watching your weight, each oatcake has just 22 calories



They may look like a biscuit and have the word ‘cake’ in their name, but they’re not in any way sweet. And although they’re pleasant enough to eat on their own, they go well with cheese in place of crackers and are ideal as canap├ęs when topped with something like cream cheese and smoked salmon.

Mini Oatcakes Sainsbury's
Mini Oatcakes Sainsbury's

Mini Highland Oatcakes are made from 80% oats and have roughly the same thickness as a £1 coin. Widthways, they measure just under 5cm (2”) across the centre. 

Mini Oatcakes Sainsbury's
Mini Oatcakes Sainsbury's

Each box contains two separately packed trays of mini highland oatcakes and they're available in Sainbury’s supermarkets. 

Nutrition Information: Per 5g oatcake: 22 calories, 0.5g protein, 2.8g carbohydrate, 0.1g sugars, 0.9g fat, 0.3g saturates, 0.4g fibre, trace salt. Suitable for vegetarians. High in Fibre.






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