Half Price Birds Eye Chicken Dippers. 513g. Was £3.15 Now £1.57 Sainsburys - HotUKDeals
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Was instore today and saw these. 28 in the bag.. Great buy for the kids. Online too.
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#1
We had some the other day "new improved" it said on the packet, they tasted worse than the older ones we had which were not improved :x
#2
Yeah but the kids love em. :thumbsup:
#3
IS it only meat that read the title as Chicken Diapers?

I'd rather make my own for them with fresh chicken thats not been "mechanically" removed, chopped and shaped! Takes just a few minutes to do hassle free and proper fresh ingredients!
#4
Birs Eye food is OK, not full of nasties and uses chicken breast no MRM meat.

http://www.birdseye.co.uk/our-food/product/crispy-chicken-dippers/
#5
deanos;3405826
Birs Eye food is OK, not full of nasties and uses chicken breast no MRM meat.

http://www.birdseye.co.uk/our-food/product/crispy-chicken-dippers/


:oops::oops::oops:Shows how long it is since I bought any of their stuff then:-D

I'd still rather make my own, let the kids get involved in making what they are eating:thumbsup:
#6
Oh yeah i agree m8, but sometimes if you are in a rush these are ideal :thumbsup:
#7
A great price
#8
deanos;3405874
Oh yeah i agree m8, but sometimes if you are in a rush these are ideal :thumbsup:


Maybe but timewise their is no difference overall they take 5 minutes to make but less time to cook as the Birds eye are frozen so overall the same:thumbsup:
#9
I dont always have fresh stuff in the fridge, like i say these are ideal for a backup to have in the freezer :thumbsup:
#10
You guys wanna swap recipes?
#11
rosie2008
Yeah but the kids love em. :thumbsup:


you feed your kids **** food then?

lol
#12
I think if I end every one of my posts like this I'll look like as much of a smug **** as you guys do! :thumbsup:
#13
stepp
you feed your kids **** food then?

lol

My kids are probably older than you, so not MY kids. lol Meant kids in general. :-D
1 Like #14
stepp
you feed your kids **** food then?

lol


Dont think you really have a right to judge what people feed their kids. Not everyone has the time or money to buy all the ingredients and make every meal from scratch.
#15
harlzter
Maybe but timewise their is no difference overall they take 5 minutes to make but less time to cook as the Birds eye are frozen so overall the same:thumbsup:



I'm being picky here,but i for example have a "crisp plate" in my microwave,combination oven which when i bought it was the only microwave with that function,made by Whirlpool

It can cook one of those frozen individual pizzas in 7 mins for example

Every home should have one lol it actually cooks stuff on the crisp plate the same as it would in an ordinary oven,i cook all my processed frozen food in it,pizzas,crispy chicken,potatoe wedges
#16
cbryanp
Dont think you really have a right to judge what people feed their kids. Not everyone has the time or money to buy all the ingredients and make every meal from scratch.


I disagree, it's more of a time issue.

If you prepare some good quality homemade foods in bulk and freeze them down, it's very cost effective.
banned#17
cool post thanks indeed :):santa:
#18
stepp
you feed your kids **** food then?

lol


Thats a poor comment
1 Like #19
stepp
you feed your kids **** food then?

lol



**** ?? are you an idiot or are you unable to read properly ? made from 100%chicken breast not ****** mechanically sucked up rubbish , now explain your ignorance, hate the retards on here sometimes.

Now all the foody freaks , these are ok if you want to feed your kids them , its not going to kill them ffs, stop preaching to people trying to feed their families.
#20
These are certainly not food of the gods, and are also not exactly super healthy - 5 dippers gives 12g of fat - 17% of a child's daily intake - also 20% of their daily salt intake.

Still, everything in moderation as they say.
#21
stepp;3406264
you feed your kids **** food then?

lol


Amazing.
People watch a FAKE cockney on the TV and all of a sudden they are experts in cooking.
Please feel free to read the blurb on these items first and then make an opinion.
And remember, Jamie Oliver makes a fortune out of advertising Sainsburys.
Stepp, You dont!!!
I noticed STEPP never bothered to reply to any of the replies
#22
Yes, was in Sainsburys today and noticed / bought them ... good price ... hot.
#23
If you think they are a good price press HOT if you dont press COLD. And leave people to make up their own minds as to what to feed their kids. This is a 'price' related forum not 'food' forum.
:)
#24
harlzter
IS it only meat that read the title as Chicken Diapers?

I'd rather make my own for them with fresh chicken thats not been "mechanically" removed, chopped and shaped! Takes just a few minutes to do hassle free and proper fresh ingredients!

I posted this in `DEALS` as its a GOOD DEAL for those who buy these or would like to try them. I dont think you could make 28 home made dippers with chicken breast for this price anyway. UNLESS--- you know a good deal on chicken breast?? Always good to have opinions on here but I think most mums find it quicker and easier to just pop these in the oven and at that price----great for those on a budget.
Happy mums-Happy kids :thumbsup:
#25
Heh I wish folks would just vote on whether the deal is hot or not instead of bringing out the Food Police or have tit for tat ongoing arguments on the forum. Ffs just vote on whether you are saving or not and whether it's a good deal on what you would normally pay. If you don't want to buy them then fine. I don't need a lecture from folks as to whether it's good for me or not, I'm big enough and ugly enough and wise enough to make that decision for myself thanks and I have a sister who is already a pain in the ass because she works in health awareness and I already have to listen to her spouting ****. Just vote on whether it's a good deal please. PS: I have a dad amd mum in their 90's (and they have pals) who had the worst diet imaginable, pork pies, cheap cuts of meat etc and they are till going strong so it aint all about the food you eat...okay rant over.

Oh... and I won't be buying them but I do think it's a hot deal because it is one (whether I like them or not).

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