We were sent a selection of Walkers Mighty Lights to review, lightly salted, cheese & onions and roast chicken. New Mighty Lights have 30 % less fat than traditional chips and are lightly ridged . They are made from potato and contain no artificial colours or preservatives and no MSG, which as a mum is pretty important to me. They are also suitable for vegetarians.
My boys do not have packed lunches very often, but we do like a family pack of chips to share and love enjoying them with some homemade dip, which Mighty lights lightly salted would be perfect for as they have a light ridge so hold more dip!
As it is back to school week next week, the boys have been making shrinky dink name tags for their new school bags adn I decided to show tham what I used to do with chrisp bags when I was younger. So we have made some Walkers Mighty Light Keyrings.
For anyone that wants to shrink their crisp packets here is how it is done:
- Preheat the oven to 175 degrees (without the fan if possible)
- Place a layer of silver foil over a cold baking tray
- Iron your crisp packet (I put it under a towel)
- Place the crisp packets on the tray and then place in the oven
- Watch as they miraculously start to shrink (you think nothing is happening and then POW all of a sudden they start)
- As soon as they stop getting any smaller remove from the oven and place a heavy book over them to ensure they stay flat
I punched a hole in the packet before placing in the oven for the one we turned in to a keyring. We then put an old keychain through the hole.
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