Monday, 3 December 2012

Gluten Free Crisps - Jack Pots Cheese and Onion

jack pots cheese and onion crisps
After being so impressed with the Jack Pots Sea Salt and Cyder Vinegar crisps I decided it was time to try another flavour. Round of applause for Mature English Cheddar and Spring Onion flavoured Jack Pots, for they are a snack sensation.

jack pots crisps
Quality Crisps
Jack Pots are among the best, if not the best crisps I've ever eaten. The quality of potatoes, cooking oil and flavourings are superb and there's a just made taste about them which you really notice if you've recently had other brands of crisps.

Tesco Finest Crisps fell foul of being eaten between the salt and vinegar Jack Pots and these ones. I enjoyed the Tesco crisps to a degree but there's no comparison between potatoes, cooking oil or flavourings, they lacked and they also provided my crisp pet peeve, they left an unpleasant aftertaste.

Jack Pots Cheese and Onion are spot on flavours, imagine a jacket potato with grated cheese and sprinkles of finely chopped spring onion, that what these crisps taste like. The real thing.

jack pots gluten free label
Clear Labeling
As mentioned in my post about the Sea Salt and Cyder Vinegar flavour, Jack Pots also come in Sweet Thai Chilli and Lightly Salted, those are gluten free too. The one to avoid is the Roast Beef and Horseradish flavour, those do have gluten in them.

If you are a fan of cheese and onion crisps you will love these. Just the right amount of flavour covering each crisp with a delicate crunch. I've become a huge fan of Jack Pots since discovering them, I hope there's going to be additional gluten free flavours because I'm not a fan of just salted crisps and sweet chilli doesn't do it for me. I'll wait in anticipation but continue to enjoy the great flavours I've sampled so far. They really are top quality crisps.

New recipes coming this week.


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