Tuesday, 8 May 2012

Walkers Sunbites Wholegrain Crispy Snacks

Walkers Sunbites are another alternative snack to crisps. They’re made using wholegrains so you’re getting a bit more fibre. Plus they have 30% less fat than regular crisps. They’re available in multi-packs of six, with a typical pack containing 120 calories.

Sunbites are very addictive and seriously tasty. These corrugated, square shaped bites have a texture which is a bit like a combination of prawn crackers and crisps. 

Although they have a reduced fat content, they don’t have that dry taste that some reduced fat crisps end up with. 

However, with 21.5g of fat per 100g, they are still a high fat product. A typical pack contains 5.4g of fat. The calorie count isn’t too bad, but that's because there aren't many Sunbites per bag (see photo).
Contents of a 25g pack of Sweet Chilli Sunbites
Walkers Sunbites are available in the following flavours:
Original – 117 calories
Sour Cream & Black Pepper - 120 calories
Roasted Onion & Rosemary - 120 calories 
Cheddar Cheese and Onion - 120 calories 
Sweet Chilli - 120 calories

The wholegrains used include corn, wheat and Quaker whole oat flour which accounts for 67% of the ingredients. There are no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives and they're are suitable for vegetarians.

Nutrition Information: per 25g pack (Sweet Chilli): 120 calories, 1.8g protein, 15.3g carbohydrate, 2.4g sugars, 5.4g fat, 0.6g saturates, 1.7g fibre, 0.17g salt. Medium sugars, High fat, Medium saturates, Medium salt.


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