Nutella B-Ready Biscuits, 6 pieces (Pack of 16) £15.84 Prime / £20.59 non-Prime @ Amazon
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Nutella B-Ready Biscuits, 6 pieces (Pack of 16) £15.84 Prime / £20.59 non-Prime @ Amazon

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Found 21st Oct
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£0.99/pack

Nutella B-ready is a crispy baked shell with a tasty Nutella filling. It's a combination of creamy Nutella and a unique baguette shaped shell developed to create the perfect balance of taste and textures.

  • Puffed wheat crispies. Crispy shell. Creamy Nutella.
  • Perfectly baked for an elevenses break! - on the go, at home and at work.
  • Free from artificial colours and preservatives.

20 Comments

99p in tesco at moment on offer

Waiting for diabetes inc comments, heat added.

Diabetes Inc™

iEimis4 m ago

Waiting for diabetes inc comments, heat added.

it IS becoming a big problem,but hey,bury your head in the sand,see if goes away

Where is the sugar tax

chasolo11 m ago

it IS becoming a big problem,but hey,bury your head in the sand,see if …it IS becoming a big problem,but hey,bury your head in the sand,see if goes away


It might be, but diabetes isn’t something you can catch from eating too much sugary food

pinkleponkle8 m ago

It might be, but diabetes isn’t something you can catch from eating too m …It might be, but diabetes isn’t something you can catch from eating too much sugary food


Sugar can make you obese which leads to type 2

pinkleponkle15 m ago

It might be, but diabetes isn’t something you can catch from eating too m …It might be, but diabetes isn’t something you can catch from eating too much sugary food

your wrong,maybe not direct but certainly is a major factor.leads to weight gain,then obesity,then guess what. . . . . .

iEimis6 m ago

Sugar can make you obese which leads to type 2


Because type 2 diabetes is linked to high levels of sugar in the blood, it may seem logical to assume that eating too much sugar is the cause of the disease. ... Studies do show that sweetened foods can up type 2 diabetes risk, but sugar alone isn't necessarily enough to cause the disease on its own.

pinkleponkle2 m ago

Because type 2 diabetes is linked to high levels of sugar in the blood, it …Because type 2 diabetes is linked to high levels of sugar in the blood, it may seem logical to assume that eating too much sugar is the cause of the disease. ... Studies do show that sweetened foods can up type 2 diabetes risk, but sugar alone isn't necessarily enough to cause the disease on its own.


Yeah, I am not saying it has a direct impact but obviously sugar doesn’t help to someone who builds weight easily and has a slow metabolism for example.

chasolo3 m ago

your wrong,maybe not direct but certainly is a major factor.leads to …your wrong,maybe not direct but certainly is a major factor.leads to weight gain,then obesity,then guess what. . . . . .


Does eating too much sugar cause diabetes? No, it doesn't. Type 1 diabetes happens when cells in the pancreas that make insulin are destroyed. This happens because something goes wrong with the body's immune system. It has nothing to do with how much sugar a person eats.

Sugar doesn't cause diabetes. But there is one way that sugar can influence whether a person gets type 2 diabetes. Consuming too much sugar (or sugary foods and drinks) can make people put on weight. Gaining weight leads to type 2 diabetes in some people. Of course, eating too much sugar isn't the only reason why people gain weight. Weight gain from eating too much of any food can make a person's chance of getting diabetes greater.

you just said it doesn't,then it does lol

Ffs, who cares about diabetes...I'm hungry!!

Am I the only one who doesn't like the 'crispy shell?'

What you die from now is mainly down to luck.....for you can almost bet it won't just be old age
So eat... drink and be merry....for tomorrow or the day after....it's a bye bye from him and a long goodnight from her

F.D10 m ago

Am I the only one who doesn't like the 'crispy shell?'

Yes, you are. Lol

F.D1 h, 19 m ago

Am I the only one who doesn't like the 'crispy shell?'



Nope I don't like it.

A soft bread would have been better.

F.D1 h, 41 m ago

Am I the only one who doesn't like the 'crispy shell?'


No, it's disgusting, far too sickly

I just had one about half hour ago. Wouldn't buy them again even if they were 10p. Yak.
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