REVIEW: Walkers Mighty Lights Crisps

It’s no secret that Tigger is a fussy eater, he knows what he likes and sticks to it (much to my frustration).  One of the things he does like is Walkers Ready Salted crisps, which whilst they are yummy they are not necessarily something he should be eating on a regular basis due to the fat content etc.

Walkers have recently released a new addition to their range… Walkers Mighty Lights…

Walkers Mighty Lights Crisps

  • 30% less fat (than standard potato crisps on average)
  • No articfical colours or preservatives
  • No MSG
  • A source of fibre
  • Suitable for vegetarians
  • Made from real potatoes
  • Available in three delicious flavours; Lighty Salted, Cheese & Onion and Roast Chicken

The crisps are slightly thicker than their standard potato crisps, with ridges which help lock in the flavour.  

Walkers Mighty Lights Crisps

Taste testing the crisps I was a little apprehensive as with 30% less fat I wondered whether it also meant 30% less flavours.  I needed have worried the same delicious taste comes through with every mouth. 

So whilst I tucked into a yummy packet of Roast Chicken, which still baffles me how vegetarians can eat them… I realise they are not made with real chickens but surely eating Roast Chicken flavoured crisps is still cheating?? Anyway, Tigger was more than happy to munch a packet of Lightly Salted.

With just three flavours currently available I do wonder whether they will soon introduce some of their other popular flavours; Salt and Vinegar? Prawn Cocktail? and how about a plain Cheese??  I would personally love to see these in a big family sharing bag, making family film night that little better whilst we are snuggled on the sofa tucking into a tasty snack.

Of course with the back to school lunchbox run ahead of me I have now found something new to add to both Roo’s and Tigger’s lunchboxes, as long as they don’t pinch my Roast Chicken packets!

Boo xxx

Disclosure Policy: I received a selection of Walkers Mighty Lights FOC for the purpose of review.
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