Community images

  • Dunkers
  • Dunkers box.
  • dunkers
  • cow

Reviews - Kraft Dairylea Dunkers

Cheese Spread

> Show product information

Product Quality
Smell
Taste
Value for Money

User reviews

Filter by
Review type
  • Reviews with images (2)
  • standard reviews (13)
Product rating
  • (8)
  • (4)
  • (1)
Sort by Helpfulness
  • Helpfulness
  • Product rating
  • Date

Excellent

“Slam Dunk”

published 10/01/2003

quick easy snack and suitable for veggies

gone too soon

I’m not a huge fan of processed food but I really do like these Dairylea Dunkers from Kraft foods. You can buy individual packs or, like I have, packs of three. They come in a variety of flavours; salt and vinegar, pizza, smokey bacon and original. I have tried the salt and vinegar. Your...

> Read review

Smell
Product Quality

Did you find this review helpful? Yes 0

Excellent

Perfect for Lunch boxes

Prices vary greatly

I have three children and finding different things to put in their lunch boxes everyday can be a challenge. As mentioned in previous reviews, my strict grocery budget and "rules" have let me to only buying this type of product if they are £1, which these Dairylea Dunkers are currently in Asda...

> Read review

Taste
Smell
Product Quality
Value for Money
Packaging

Did you find this review helpful? Yes 0

Excellent

“Dreamy Smokey Dunkers”

published 19/08/2002

Great source of calcium, great quick snack, great ...

I couldn't work out exact nutritional info!

No that is not the name of a basketball team! That is my catchy title for this opinion on Dairylea Dunkers – the Smokey Bacon kind, made by Kraft. Now, there are a few varieties available: The original breadsticks Smokey bacon Salt ‘n’ vinegar Pizza crackers Jumbo chipsticks But...

> Read review

Smell
Product Quality

Did you find this review helpful? Yes 0

Super

“Do the double dip dunk”

published 05/12/2002

The cheese spread dip gains a new dimension

It can get messy

Do you remember the horror you felt in childhood when different foods on a plate were allowed to TOUCH EACH OTHER? The sheer revulsion caused by the baked beans invading the fish fingers' territory, or the sausages getting friendly with the mash? As a littl'un I don't think I would have liked...

> Read review

Smell
Product Quality

Did you find this review helpful? Yes 0

Excellent

HAND SIZE SNACK

NONE

When my grandsons comes to visit,which is more or less daily they don’t always want anything too filling to eat or maybe they just expect something a little different because they are visiting nan and granddad. We decided to buy some dairylea dunkers as they appear to be favourites with all of...

> Read review

Smell
Product Quality

Did you find this review helpful? Yes 0

Excellent

“Are You Addicted To Dunking?”

published 29/10/2005

Low Fat, Low In Calories

Not Suitable For People With Certain Allergies

I have always been a big fan of Dairylea Cheese Spread and used to enjoy the Triangles on a slice of bread when I was a kid. As an adult I have continued to buy the Cheese Spread occasionally but tend to buy it in a tub rather than the triangles. In recent years I have become aware of other...

> Read review

Smell
Product Quality

Did you find this review helpful? Yes 0

Super

“Do you like dunking?”

published 29/09/2006

Good for packed lunches.

Some of the cheese dip is always left by my son.

I have a 7 year old son who is very fussy with his eating. He has packed lunch to take to school as he did not eat the school dinners when I was paying for them. I am always looking for something easy to put in the lunchbox and healthy ish and I find Dairylea Dunkers ideal. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I have...

> Read review

Smell
Product Quality

Did you find this review helpful? Yes 0

Good

“Get dunking in a yogurt.”

published 03/06/2007

Great for kids lunch boxes.

Not enough biscuits.

Dairylea dunkers fromage frais I have been a fan of dairylea since my teens, i used to make myself some toast and then add dairylea slices and put them in the microwave till melted, you might think that it is disgusting but i actually thought they were lush. I happened to be walking through my...

> Read review

Smell
Product Quality

Did you find this review helpful? Yes 0

Super

Handy little snack

Expensive, not enough dippas

I noticed Tesco were selling new dairylea dunkers that were salt'n'vinegar twists! When I was little my favourite crisps were helter skelters and the picture on the tubs show a similar twist with some dairylea on it! It costs £1.39 for 4! You usually buy them in the fridge section of Tesco's and...

> Read review

Smell
Product Quality

Did you find this review helpful? Yes 0

Excellent

The greatest thing ever to hit the roof of my mout...

Packs arent big enough!

Have you ever fancied a savoury snack and been bugged by the fact that there is never an equally yummy dip to go with it? NO?! Are you kidding me! Well I had on many occasions and then one day, when the sun was shining and birds were singing I was graced with the presence of the greatest snack...

> Read review

Smell
Product Quality

Did you find this review helpful? Yes 0

Super

HANDY FOR PICNICS AND SNACKS

NOT MUCH TO THEM

When I do the weekly shop, I am always on the look out for ‘easy foods’. I.e. things that don’t need a great deal of preparation or cooking. Its not that I am lazy, its just that I am when I’m out and about, I hate having to disrupt my day round meal times. Breakfast and...

> Read review

Smell
Product Quality

Did you find this review helpful? Yes 0

Excellent

“How do you dunk yours?”

published 27/11/2009

Tasty, filling and yummy

Packs are small

I first eat these a few months back and fell in love with them straight away. They are a perfect snack food so I take them to work as a gap filler. I like them as they are a change from the usual gap fillers of crisps, cereal bars, chocolate or biscuits. They come in a pack of four 47g packs and...

> Read review

Taste
Smell
Product Quality
Value for Money
Packaging

Did you find this review helpful? Yes 0

Excellent

a great snack for the times you just need a someth...

always wanting more

I often buy snacks but usually just for the kids, and well i saw the kraft dairylea dunkers ( jumbo munch ) in my local supermarket and they were on special offer from there usually price which was £1.59 to 94p for a pack of 4,( but i would definatly buy them even at full price), so i thought i...

> Read review

Smell
Product Quality

Did you find this review helpful? Yes 0

Most popular similar offers

Our recommendation for Butter, Margarine & Spreads