Walkers Mighty Lights – Crisps For The Whole Family #review

“Would you like some free crisps?”

Who is going to say no to that? Walkers sent us some of their new Mighty Lights crisps to trial and I have to say we liked them.

Walkers Might LightsThe kids were suitably impressed with the three flavours we were send (ready salted, roast chicken and lightly salted) and tested them rigorously. Roast chicken came out on top as best flavour with cheese and onion not far behind.

These have been enjoyed not only at home with lunch but as part of school packed lunches and while crisps in general are considered not the healthiest snack by some lunch box critics no-one can complain about these.

Mighty Lights are made with 30% less saturated fat, no artificial colours or flavourings and are as tasty as they are healthy for an occasional snack.

The husband takes a packed lunch each day to work and also took these, he found them less oily than some crisps I’ve sent him with and apparently the flavour reminds him of proper roast chicken, not the roast chicken flavouring he is used to. I would call that a success.

I was happy to let the fellas test these out on my behalf as I am on Slimming World however was thrilled when opening my latest SW magazine to find this:

SW friendly walkers might lights

It turns out that not only are Mighty Lights great for Roy and the boys; I can enjoy them too without the guilty feeling that comes with eating crisps when on a healthy eating plan. (And I have tested them and they are brilliant! They have quite a crunch to them although are fine for my 2yr old and I love ridged crisps anyway).

You can find more about these new crisps at http://www.walkersmightylights.co.uk/ and our rating is a whopping 10/10. We’ve bought several packs since and they look set to be firm favourites.

For a snack that is great for all the family these definitely get the thumbs up.


*We received these bags of crisps free of charge and were asked to write an honest and impartial review of our thoughts on them. I have been paid £40 for taking part in this campaign (regardless of whether they received a positive or a negative review).