Last week we came back from our weekend away to find a red card from the postman informing us they have tried to deliver a parcel. When I got the chance to get down the sorting office, I was very excited to find a very interesting looking package. I couldn't wait to open it up and was surprised to find this cheeky little monkey looking after a packet of Walkers Hoops and Crosses.
Each bag of Hoops and Crosses only has 85 calories, making them good for those watching their weight and if your worried about feeding your child crisps, you can be assured that they are made from wholegrains and don't contain any artificial colours or preservatives.
I had planned on sharing the packet of crisps around the family, but Noah claimed them as his own as soon as he saw them! Luckily, I did manage to steal a couple from him so that I could have a taste as well! I'm not normally a fan of Roast Beef flavoured crisps, but the flavouring of these were not too strong, so I quite enjoyed them. If I had them in a different flavour I'm sure I would love them even more.
Hoops & Crosses currently come in three flavours, Roast Beef, Prawn Cocktail and Salt & Vinegar. All of the flavours are suitable for vegetarians. I'm a fan of Salt & Vinegar and Prawn Cocktail crisps, but Aled is more of a Cheese/Cheese & Onion boy.
I thought that the packaging is probably aimed more towards kids, but it's not so babyish that it would stop me from having them in my own lunch box, although at the age of 14, I think PJ would prefer more 'grown up' crisps in his. Noah would have no fuss with these for his lunch or as a snack, but I do think the flavour options would put Aled off at the moment. I may have to purchase a bag of the other flavours to see what his opinion of them would be.
All in all, I was pretty happy with these crisps and I would buy them again, although I would like to see more of a variety of flavours available.
Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post, but the views and opinions are my own.