Snacks are very popular in our house. Whenever we go on a long car journey the kids expect a “snack pack” making up comprising of cheese, crisps, raisins, a drink etc.

So when a packet of Walker’s new Hoops and Crosses was delivered to our door I can safely say they didn’t last long! I didn’t even get chance to take a photograph of them! So here is one taken from The Grocer website so you can recognise them in the supermarket.20213_walkers-baked-hoops-and-cro

They were also accompanied by this little fella – who our 3 yo feel instantly in love with!

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The great thing about Hoops and Crosses is they are made with wholegrains and have no artificial colours or preservatives. So it is a great way for children to up their healthy fibre intake. They are also baked rather than fried making them a healthier alternative to some snacks. Each packet contains 85 calories.

We received the Roast Beef flavour, but they are also available in Prawn Cocktail and Salt and Vinegar.

The boys informed me they were delicious. They also shared them with the monkey and a few of their other furry friends who enjoyed them too.

They are perfect for packed lunches, picnics or as a snack.

Thank you to Walkers and Tots 100 for our tasty treat. We will definitely be looking out for them in the shops to keep us fueled on summer adventures!

Disclaimer: we received a packet of hoop and crosses for review purposes and was compensated for our time taken writing this post. All opinions are our own.

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One Response to Hoops and Crosses: A Review

  1. Granny says:

    Yum yum!

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