Marks and Spencer Smokey Bacon Lentil Tubes – Making icky sound healthy

I remember when Walkers cheese and onion crisps weren’t suitable for vegetarians but their smoky bacon crisps were. As I don’t like cheese and onion I didn’t mind and smoky bacon is a very artificial-tasting flavour at the best of times!

This is probably because smoky bacon crisps are generally flavoured by a lot of paprika and very little else, but it does mean that every manufacturer that I’ve noticed has veggie friendly smoky bacon crisps.

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(Lentil picture from Wiki)

The start of every year does seem to involve all the local supermarkets trying to push ‘healthy’ foods onto consumers – it is debatable how healthy or edible these foods really are. In Marks and Spencer I couldn’t avoid the huge display of ‘healthy’ crisps which were made with lentils rather than potato – which made them a *mere* 90 calories per bag.

I rarely eat crisps but these sounded interesting and were on offer, so conned by a combination of money off and healthy snacking I bought a multipack of smoky bacon lentil crisps.

The fairest thing I can say about them is they were not nice, I didn’t even finish my half of the initial packet that I shared with my ever-patient husband. He didn’t actively hate them as much as I did, but he hasn’t remembered that there are still four more individual packets in the cupboard so they can’t have been good!

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