Emily Veg Crisps Review
These were spotted recently in Tesco and are part of the new wave of vegetable crisps. Emilys Veg Crisps contain 95kcals per pack and contain a mix of French Beans, Sugar Snap Peas and Black Edamame beans seasoned with salt and are part of your 1 of 5 a day.
The first thing I noticed was it was a bit more difficult to get into the pack and made a bit of a mess of opening, or rather, tearing it open which is due to the extra thick foil pack that it is in. The photo shows the entire pack and it does look rather sparse but when you think about the veg crisps on the market it is comparable to some. The long beans were surprising in taste because they were sweet like they had sugar on them, I didn’t read the ingredients on the pack first so I thought these like pea crisps but like I said the long beans(which are sugar snaps) are sweet. The lighter coloured and thinner crisps taste like tea, a pea tea? They just have that taste of tea and are not sweet. The round beans are harder to the bite and have a more subtle taste, not strong at all but earthy in a nice way. Altogether they make a slightly sweet and slightly salted veggie bean mix that’s actually quite nice….its just not much of it.
Overall its a good product, not too salty like many veg crisps and a mix of high quality veg you don’t get elsewhere but I’m still wondering if I’d buy it again at that price tag of £2.
Black Soybeans, Sugar Snap Peas, French Beans, RSPO-certified sustainable Palm Oil, Salt
|Typical values||Per 100g||Per Pack 80g|
|of which saturates||5.3g||4.2 g|
|of which sugars||31.2g||24.9 g|
*Prices correct at time of publishing
NOT MUCH CONTENT BUT WHATS THERE IS GOOD