Belvita wholegrain breakfast biscuits crunchy oats (300g) NOW ONLY £1.00 @ Asda
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Belvita wholegrain breakfast biscuits crunchy oats (300g) NOW ONLY £1.00 @ Asda

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Found 1st Jan 2013
Belvita Wholegrain Breakfast Biscuits Crunchy Oats (300g) NOW ONLY £1.00

(All other biscuits in the range vary from £2.00 to £2.49)
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£1 in Morrisons too.
They're yummy!
Excellent price for some very tasty biscuits. The £2.49 price point on these is a complete joke.
These are yummy, but I know that a lot of people are starting diets today (thus many diet offers hitting supermarkets). Its easy with they way they are marketed to think they are a healthy breakfast. Although fairly low in cals they are also very small, if you are looking for a healthy breakfast and get time to eat rather than eat on the run (which I have done in past with these!) try weetabix, you will get filled up longer and it works out cheaper.

Doesn't detract from the fact that if this works for you and you like them then its a great deal so HEAT!
who eats a biscuit for breakfast? a fatty i guess
These are awesome and healthy.
Maybe people who start work early and are in a rush Ellis!!!!
juicyjackie

These are yummy, but I know that a lot of people are starting diets today … These are yummy, but I know that a lot of people are starting diets today (thus many diet offers hitting supermarkets). Its easy with they way they are marketed to think they are a healthy breakfast. Although fairly low in cals they are also very small, if you are looking for a healthy breakfast and get time to eat rather than eat on the run (which I have done in past with these!) try weetabix, you will get filled up longer and it works out cheaper.Doesn't detract from the fact that if this works for you and you like them then its a great deal so HEAT!



So true! not great for keeping you full for long. Better off having porridge / wheetabix (healthier and more filling)

Good price though, I have these in-case I'm in a rush.
Nice spot for a great price.... been cutting down my calories gradually since the Summer and these have been a mainstay of my 'regime'..... managed to drop over 1 and a half stone since then and still going down... Works for me!
I've voted hot based on the price but I think a lot of people buy these based on the perception that it's a healthy breakfast alternative. Per 100g these biscuits contain 5g more sugar and 5g more fat than the Oat So Simple breakfast bars (used as an example as I'm a fan of the taste) which are not marketed in such a manner.
yum!
They also contain acrylamide which causes cancer
Orcinus_orca

They also contain acrylamide which causes cancer



Doesnt everything apparently cause cancer these days?
well acrylamide caused cancer in rats when tested, it is formed when carbohydrates are baked/fried/roasted, eg crips, biscuits, bread
good deal, but not much better than eating cookies
I actually cannot believe people think these are healthy...no wonder there's an obesity problem!!! if you're strapped for time in the morning have porridge!
Bexyboo1312

I actually cannot believe people think these are healthy...no wonder … I actually cannot believe people think these are healthy...no wonder there's an obesity problem!!! if you're strapped for time in the morning have porridge!



People believe they are healthy because of the way they are marketed, and because we repeatedly hear "breakfast is the most important meal of the day" so scurry around buying stuff like this thinking something is better than nothing. I have lost 6 stone since Jan 1st 2012, it was hard, now I force myself to eat a breakfast but due to my job I get time to eat weetabix, not everyone gets time. One idea could be is to make your own batch of fruity flapjacks using oats and unsweetened dried fruits. Make them on a Sunday, slice and refrig and grab on the go. It does work out good value and you can control what is in them and alter depending on your dietary needs.

But I will say it again, if you dont give a hoot about health angle and just want a biscuit then good value for a usually overpriced produce
@Orcinus_orca this is the second deal I have looked at where you have commented on cancer causing ingredients - wtf?!?!
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