Fairfields Farm Heat & Eat Crisps | Review & Giveaway

Crisps are a pretty big deal in our house, with all four of the males being obsessed with the damn things. Me? Well, apart from nacho’s, which are one of my most favourite things to put in my mouth EVER, I’m not really that bothered by them. In fact, I’d go as far to say that I don’t really like them. I’d have to be really hungry and there be nothing else in the house for me to consider opening a bag.

Fairfields Farm Heat and Crisps are a whole new ball game though. They are lush!

I was intrigued by these crisps, which are available in sea salted or cheese and chive flavour because they are the first ever microwaveable crisps. Yes – you pop the bag of crisps in the microwave! You open the bag, remove the dip (more about that in a moment) and whack them in for 30 seconds. Now, I love hot nachos, but hot crisps? Hmmmm.

They’re good. Really good. If you don’t fancy heating them up, they’re just as tasty cold. They’re quite thickly cut, but not so thick they go all claggy in your mouth. They’re absolutely loaded with flavour, even without the dip. I thought they might go a bit soggy but they retained their crunch perfectly.

Let’s talk about that dip though. The cheese and chive ones come with a pot of caramelised onion chutney and the sea salt flavour has tomato salsa. My only complaint is that the pots are maybe a tiny bit on the small size – they’re so lush that I just wanted more! The caramelised onion one was gorgeous, and we caught Benjamin dipping his finger in on more than one occasion. The tomato one was really tangy and complimented the saltiness of the crisps perfectly. I did, however, prefer the combination of the salted crisps with the onion chutney.

At the moment, they’re only available in Tesco and selected East of England Co-op stores, but they are definitely one to look out for. I’ll be adding these to our Christmas food shopping list, that’s for sure!

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364 thoughts on “Fairfields Farm Heat & Eat Crisps | Review & Giveaway

  1. Sea salt(+_+)(+_+)or favourite cheese and chive… gorgeous happy Christmas everyone

  2. The cheese and chive ones come with a pot of caramelised onion chutney sound absolutely lovely as I really like caramelised onion chutney too.

  3. Both sound lovely, but if I had to choose which to try first I would go for cheese and chive.

  4. I don’t like cheese & onion crisps, so it would have to be “Sea Salted with Tomato Salsa Dip” for me.

  5. I love the sound of cheese and chive, but I am sure my family would be tempted to go with the straight salted ones. Such an intriguing idea!

  6. sea salted – they would go with most dips and would be great with a sprinkle of black pepper too!

  7. Cheese and Chive – I was torn until I read about the caramelised onion dip. Sounds delicious.

  8. Cheese and Chive – I was torn until I read about the caramelised onion dip. Sounds delicious.

  9. I would definitely like the Sea Salt crisps, although I might go for the Cheese & Chive just because the dip sounds delicious.

  10. That’s an interesting take and rather yummy new angle on a familiar snack. Intriguing!

  11. I think I’ll go with the classic sea salt as you just can’t go wrong! 🙂

  12. Sea Salted with Tomato Salsa Dip! Though they both sound lovely. My mind has just been totally blown at this concept, I am in love

  13. Cheese and chive sound delicious especially alongside the caramelised on ion chutney lovely

  14. Sea Salted sounds like the flavour for me – although I wouldn’t turn down the cheese and chive either 😀

  15. Cheese and chive flavour with the caramelised onion dip sounds like a lovely combination.

  16. Chhese and chive sound yummy – especially with that caramalised onion dip

  17. Cheese and chive sound yummy – especially with that caramalised onion dip

  18. It’s all about the Cheese and Chive – the combo of the creaminess of the cheese, accompanied by the punch of the chives, sounds amazing!

  19. The cheese and chive flavour would be my pick, you can’t beat that combination 😀

  20. Ooooft definitely Cheese & Chive! We recently went to a chip and dip restaurant in Soho and it was so delicious! The sweet crisps were incredible and I had them with a nutella and chopped hazelnut dip, so good!

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