Smiths Savoury Selection Bacon Flavour Fries, Cereal Snacks 24 g (Pack of 24)
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- Per bag: 130 calories, 8.5g fat
- Smiths bacon flavour fries taste delicious as they are made from the finest ingredients
- Ideal with all types of drinks, they are best when consumed immediately after opening
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A classic Smith's snack. Crispy bacon flavoured and full of taste.
Sunflower Oil, Maize, Rice, Soya Grits, Seasoning [Flavouring, Whey Powder (from Milk), Lactose (from Milk), Flavour Enhancer (Monosodium Glutamate), Hydrolysed Soya Protein, Wheat Rusk], Salt, Yeast Powder, Colours (Ponceau 4R, Sunset Yellow, Green S)See all Product description
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I remember days when my father was in the pub, drinking away, and would occasionally bring me treats whilst I sat in the car in the car park. Child care in the 80's was great! With no wifi, smartphone or mp3's to keep us busy, it was imperative that the public houses sold something to keep the hundreds of children locked in a car across the country happy, and with this product they knocked the proverbial ball out the park. Loved by kids and adults alike, these little bad boys pack a punch and a half.
You always had crisps from childhood that were so overly flavoured, the odd one would make your eyes bleed (with happiness). Whilst you only get a handful in a pack, each one is so flavoured you don't need 20+, just one every few minutes and your eyes will roll back whilst you dribble like George Best in his hay day.
At the moment of writing this review I’m coming down from my latest Scampi filled weekend binge and was disgusted to check the snack cupboard this morning and notice I’d done it again, all packs are gone. I sometimes think there’s a phantom snack eater in my house, who comes in the middle of the night and eats the remaining packs before covering my chest in crumbs to frame me for it every time.
I live in Belgium and come back to the UK every 3-4 weeks, not to visit my family, but to pick up more Scampi fries! The annoying thing about these bad boys is my wife’s taken a liking to it. I mean FFS, is nothing sacred anymore. It was bad enough trying to make these last a month when it was just my drunk clutches grabbing bags of these on my way to the fridge for some night time ‘fine dining’.Read more ›
I have tried to buy these at my supermarket but could never find them.
I always try Amazon as they seem to stock absolutely everything and was `over the moon` to find them in packs of twenty four.
When a large box arrived I couldn`t wait to get into the contents and over the next two weeks I ate the lot, even hiding them from my grandchildren!
I still think they are the best snack ever, although a little pricey, as one bag is never enough, you just have to eat two at least.
I didn`t feel so guilty when I read the cheese moments are made from cereal.
By far the best snack ever invented.
THESE BAD BOYS ARE SO FLAVOURSOME IT'S ILLEGAL TO PRODUCE THESE IN LARGE BAGS DUE TO THE DANGERS OF MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION.
EAT THESE SPARINGLY, TOO MANY IN AN EVENING CAN LEAVE YOU WITH A BACON TASTE IN YOUR MOUTH FOR 20+ HOURS AND THEY REALLY ARE A 'HEAVY' SNACK. MY RECORD IS 4 BAGS IN ONE EVENING, AND WHILST I THINK I COULD EASILY BREAK THIS RECORD I DON'T THINK I'D WANT TO, IN THE SAME WAY ALCOHOL LOVERS STOP DRINKING AT POINTS THROUGH FEAR OF BEING TOLD THEY NEED TO STOP DRINKING ENTIRELY.
TAKE IT SLOW AND PREPARE FOR A MARATHON OF BACON GOODNESS OVER YOUR LIFETIME
AS MENTIONED BY MANY, FRAZZLES ARE CHEAPER, READILY AVAILABLE IN MOST SHOPS IN THE UK AND HAVE THE SAME FLAVOUR PROFILE, BUT TO ME, IT'S LIKE COMPARING THE BEST CUT OF MEAT WITH THE CHEAPEST. SAME FLAVOUR PROFILE, DIFFERENT UNIVERSE ENTIRELY.
IF I WAS TO EVER GO CHARLES MANSON AND SET UP A RETREAT IN THE BOONIES WITH A SET OF CRAZED VOLUPTUOUS FOLLOWERS, THE POISON OF CHOICE FOR A MASS ORCHESTRATED SUICIDE WOULD BE 'DEATH BY BACON (AND SCAMPI) FRIES. I COULDN'T THINK OF A BETTER WAY TO GO IN A PG, NON-SEXUAL, EXPLICITLY RESTRICTED ENVIRONMENT LIKE AMAZON.
GIVE YOUR HEART THE JOY IT DESIRES, FILL THOSE ARTERIES WITH WADS OF PORK SATURATED GREASY GOODNESS. DON'T TAKE THE PILLS, TAKE THE PORK.
**TIP - THERE'S A UK STORE THAT SELLS MANY ITEMS FOR THE PRICE OF A POUND. IT TOOK IT'S NAME FROM PLACES LIKE DISNEYLAND AND WONDERLAND. YOU CAN GET MULTIPACKS OF 3 BACON AND 3 SCAMPI FRIES FOR 1 POUND A PACK OF 6.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Yummy. Yummy Bought to take over to family in Canada as they are loved so MUCH!!!!Published 11 days ago by Jane Sarah
A box of scampi fries for hubbys birthday. He will be over tbe moon believe it or not.Published 13 days ago by Dana
Disappointed that they didn't come on a wall card, as was shown in the photos, but delivery was the very next morning and they still taste great. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Jack Jarvis