I was asked by Walkers to review their new, healthy, lower fat and wait for it....ridged... range of crisps. I suspect they are aimed at kids what with the funky hunk of a ridge character giving it some - flexing his muscles and all - but do not let that deter you from chomping on them yourself my friends.
Every year, when we go to France, my son picks up their 'Monster Munch' bag of crisps. It looks nothing like a Monster Munch. Its the love child of a ghost meets Pac Man reject. His only saving grace is that he is Ketchup flavoured. Now, you may have a child that eats their food sans ketchup but I don't. Making organic baby food has counted for nothing with this one. The only way I could get him to eat anything (even rubbish stuff like chips and nuggets) was to add 'dip'. That's its name in this house. My son is a ketchup freak it pains me to say. Blame the parents. I digress somewhat.
Voila Mr Ketchup. Here he is in his medieval get up giving it large. Giving it the French ready to do battle with l'anglais. Could he really take on The Mighty?
Mr Mighty, I am pleased to say, wins hands down. He is the real deal. He's ridged for goodness sake. He has 30% less fat than standard crisps (Monsieur Ketchup has...well lets not go there) and comes in good old fashioned 1970's style flavours - roast chicken (which happen to be vegetarian although not sure why a veggie would want to eat something masquerading as chicken?), lightly salted cheese and onion.
The kids loved them and you can check out the range at walkersmightylights and best of all they're only 114 calories.
I was given 3 bags of Walkers Mighty Lights to review and was paid some money which will go towards my 40th birthday cake. Kids will love these as the logo is funky and if you fancy a low fat treat then I don't think 114 cals is too bad. Views, as ever, are my own.