FROM Christmas tree flavours to pigs in blankets and raspberry bellini, our favourite snacks have gone all festive.
JENNY FRANCIS samples a selection and rates their crispmas taste out of five.
Green like sprouts and taste like the real thing – but rather gross. Could add a bit of festive fun to a party.
The fun festive packaging, would brighten up any Christmas party but taste is a bit bland. Need a dip to go with them.
Lovely roast dinner experience, full of all the flavours. Smartly packed, strikes a festive note.
Taste like an expensive cheese, with bit of fizz, but nothing new. Packaging is classy but not festive.
Sweet, like cranberry, but more like a quirky dessert treat than savoury snack.
Dull bag but crisps taste like Mum’s Christmas roast, with a hint of all the flavours.
Taste exactly like Frazzles, which means smokey bacon. But there is no hint of sausage or roast dinner, so not very festive.
Salty with a hint of pine. Although I’ve never tried to taste a Christmas tree before, this is what I imagined. Original and tasty.
Imagine eating raspberries dipped in salt, out of a wine glass left out over-night after a party. Just the smell made me gag. Yuk!
Deliciously cheesy, with the perfect hint of rosemary. My favourite of the lot and a real festive treat.
Delicious taste of gammon, with hint of smokey whisky. However the flavour is not super festive, nor is the packet.
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These taste like the real deal, strong sausage flavour with a hint of bacon. Packaging is festive-red, flavour is perfectly Chrismassey.
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