Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Nairn's Muesli Breaks Oatcakes review


Nairn's recently sent me some of their Muesli Breaks Oatcakes to review. They come in individual serving packs.


Each pack contains 2 biscuits.


They're very thin and quite dry so you'll definitely want a drink with them. They have a nice oaty taste - they're not very sweet, compared to most breakfast biscuits, which could be a good or bad thing depending on your tastes ! They actually contain 41% less sugar than most similar brands.


Designed as a tasty, nutritious snack for on the go or at your desk, they are loaded with wholesome wholegrain oats, currants, sunflower seeds and pumpkin seeds and are packed with soluble fibre to help keep you going throughout the day. The ingredients list is reassuringly short and free from hidden nasties :  Wholegrain oats (66%), currants (11%), demerara sugar, sustainable palm fruit oil, sunflower seeds (6%), pumpkin seeds (1.9%), raising agent: sodium bicarbonate, sea salt.

Each oatcake provides 56 calories, 1.4g of protein, 7.4g of carbs of which 2.1g sugars, 2.1g fat of which 0.7g saturates and 1g of fibre. Don't forget to double that for each serving size as a pack contains two oatcakes.

star rating : 4/5

RRP : £1.69 for 200g (8 packs of 2 biscuits)


Disclosure : I received the product in order to write an honest review.

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