6 September, 2017

Knoppers Wafer Biscuits Review

GIFTED: It’s been a summer of snacking.  You forget, don’t you, how much kids eat when they’re home from school and they demand constant variety at all hours of the day.

Knoppers Packaging & Wafer

Whilst we try to get as much fruit down them as possible and to deny Ieuan his insatiable quest for crisps, there are times when you just want something that’s fun, tasty, not too calorific and preferably portable.

Caitlin & Ieuan & The Leaning Tower of Knoppers

Plus, you’ll never be stuck if you can’t find the Jenga set.

I like my snacks to have a little pleasure built in.  My dad’s favourite biscuit, for example, is the Rich Tea. At the risk of sounding like Peter Kay, there’s little pleasure in one of those.

I am also occasionally guilty of using snacks to bribe the kids or to pacify them when it’s just too long a gap between meals – as happens every Friday when Caitlin has ballet.

Ieuan Hobbis eating a Knoppers biscuit with a glass of milk

Ieuan is the personification of ‘hangry’ when his blood sugar’s down and we’ve learned to get him a glass of milk and something not too substantial but enough to fill his tummy.

Knoppers are a new crispy baked wafer biscuit with a milky hazelnut filling and a chocolatey wafer coating. It weighs in at a reasonable 137 calories (a four finger KitKat is 250 calories) and each one is individually wrapped, ideal for slinging in your bag or the glove box of the car.

Knoppers wafer biscuits have already launched in 50 countries around Europe and are extremely popular so you may well have come across these if you’ve been lucky enough to travel lately.  But now they are over here and, judging by the taste, likely to be equally as popular.

Caitlin eating a Knoppers

We all loved the taste of these and whilst Caitlin and Ieuan take them to Tae Kwon-do and ballet, the Husband throws them in his travel bag en route to the airport or London, where he spends most of his time.

Far better for him than succumbing to the Danish Pastries which apparently lie in wait for him at Cardiff Central Railway Station.  And, when he gets the train home, lots of the food places at Paddington are closed – unless you want a pasty.  Who said London is an international capital eh?

Knoppers are a more solid wafer biscuit than a couple of the rivals on the market and denser, with the filling running through the wafer, rather than being soft, piped in cream. You feel as if you have had a decent snack when you have one – although be warned, they are very moreish.

Have you tried Knoppers Wafer Biscuits?

247 responses to “Knoppers Wafer Biscuits Review”

  1. Fiona jk42 says:

    Normally my go-to snacks are biscuits or granola bars. However, in the run-up to Christmas I have resolved to forgo these in favour of healthy snacks such as grapes and carrot sticks, so that I can lose a couple of pounds which I will then undoubtedly put on again over the holiday season.

  2. Scott lambert says:

    Look yummy

  3. Gemma Massey says:

    I love yoghurts and jelly pots, pears, baby bells and salt and vinegar crisps. Not all at the same time though lol.

  4. Gem Cook says:

    Dried Fruit & Nuts

  5. Sarah Boxer says:

    Nuts – preferably roasted, salted almonds.

  6. Angela Macdonald says:

    A biscuit or a couple of pieces of chocolate

  7. Karen Richards says:

    Love snacking on grapes or cheese and crackers

  8. Christine Hall says:

    I aim for a healthy snack but somehow a chocolate biscuit jump right into my hand.

  9. ellie spider says:

    yoghurt and chocolate covered sunflower seeds that i get frm the local deli at the indoor market – they are delicious and I keep a bag in my desk drawer at work

  10. Claire Little says:

    crackers

  11. Simone Griffin says:

    My kids love breakfast bars at any time of the day if they’re hungry x

  12. Jo Hutchings says:

    My little boy loves Milky Ways as a special treat at snack time.

  13. frances hopkins says:

    Dried bananas

  14. Katie says:

    On SW plan at moment so usually Raspberries or a pink and whites

  15. Emma Davison says:

    Grapes or an apple

  16. Kirsty Woods says:

    A banana always does the trick for me 🙂

  17. Lia Burns says:

    Biscuits for me normally rich teas x

  18. Michelle Wild says:

    Crisps…. I cannot resist them.

  19. Miss Tracy Hanson says:

    Chocolate Trackers or crisps and a dip.

  20. Katrina Adams says:

    Mine is crisps! I know it shouldn’t be but if they are in the house then I eat them. I try not to buy them for just that reason

  21. Sue Robinson says:

    We love rice krispie squares, just right to keep hunger pangs at bay and satisfy my sweet tooth at the same time.

  22. Anneka says:

    Have a break? Have a KitKat lol that’s a naughty treat a healthy one has to be a banana ?

  23. Catherine Gregory says:

    A bag of mini cheddars

  24. Amanda Jayne Davis says:

    I’m a sucker for a packet of crisps

  25. sharon martin says:

    grapes or cookies

  26. Sue Bebbington says:

    Love Kit Kat

  27. Adrian Bold says:

    Crisps – lots and lots of crisps!

  28. Kate Davies says:

    I suffer with the low blood sugar ‘hangry’ issue too so I always have a small pack off raisins or nuts in my bag.

  29. James Travis says:

    Bananas

  30. Jennifer Baker says:

    Hobnobs!

  31. Karen R says:

    At work it tends to be an apple xx

  32. Stewart Biddle says:

    Salt and vinegar rice cakes

  33. Sarah Wilson says:

    Bananas!

  34. Pauline black says:

    Penguin biscuits

  35. Rebecca Mercer says:

    Crisps

  36. Emilia nastaly-howard says:

    I love celery sticks with humus 🙂

  37. Helen Craigs says:

    A Banana

  38. Bev Cannar says:

    Malted milk biscuits

  39. Jenny Prest says:

    Bananas!

  40. Linda Bird says:

    Usually a pink and white, popped in the microwave for about 8 secs so the marshmallow is all squidgy…delicious! Love the jammy pink and whites too.
    I have tried these wafers and they are lovely, highly recommended.

  41. jen jackson says:

    carrot sticks

  42. Fiona Johnstone says:

    Custard creams are my favourite

  43. Alison Macdonald says:

    Oat cakes with houmous or if i fancy something sweet a banana

  44. Vicki-Anne Smith says:

    Jaffa Cakes!

  45. paul jackson says:

    custard cream or bourbon biscuits

  46. Tammy Neal says:

    I Love pink and white wafers to snack on. Yum xx

  47. jacqui rankine says:

    pineapple

  48. Ellen Stafford says:

    Kitkat chunky! Bad I know!

  49. Tracey Belcher says:

    A breakfast bar is one of my go to snacks

  50. Danielle Pooley says:

    A mixture of roasted nuts!

  51. Natalie Gillham says:

    I love salted almonds and green olives!

  52. Robyn Clarke says:

    An apple

  53. Bananas! Filling and healthy! 🙂

  54. Ali Fanstone says:

    I love grapes easy to eat and always available

  55. Angela L Paull says:

    Dried mango slices

  56. Lisa Wilkinson says:

    A cereal bar

  57. Cathryn Crawshaw says:

    yummy flapjacks

  58. Melanie Pennie says:

    Toast … with just butter!! 🙂

  59. Andrea A says:

    My go-to snack to stave off hunger pangs is a handful of cereal like Cheerios.

  60. Kelly L says:

    Biscuits and tea!

  61. REBECCA TOWNSEND says:

    Yoghurt coated raisins

  62. Paula T says:

    Anything we have in the house, I’m terrible for junk food x

  63. Kirsty Norton says:

    I always have a punnet of grapes in the fridge so I can pick a few off and munch on them

  64. Simon Keeping says:

    Biscuits, any type of biscuit, except for rich tea, I don’t like rich tea!!!

  65. Krzysia says:

    Whatever’s close to hand! Mostly it’s a biscuit such as a custard cream or digestive. Sometimes it’ll be an apple.

  66. Amanda Gregory says:

    Redskin peanuts for me.

  67. georgina sudron says:

    A chocolate bar keeps of the hunger pangs

  68. Laura Muir says:

    Mini cheddars!

  69. Lynne OConnor says:

    Apple and cheese slices

  70. elaine stokes says:

    apple or grapes, with cheesy biscuits

  71. jamie Millard says:

    GRAPES

  72. sandy ralph says:

    a packet of crisps nomally

  73. Gillian Hutchison says:

    A chocolate biscuit

  74. Sarah Evans says:

    Crackers with cream cheese on

  75. Emma Byrne says:

    My go to snack is Belvita biscuits 😀

  76. Tess D says:

    My go to snack is a banana

  77. Heather Hibbert says:

    The mini cheesecakes from Aldi are my vice

  78. Sarah N says:

    I eat a lot of fruit. I raid the fruit drawer in the fridge when I’m hungry

  79. Sam Parkes says:

    Cheese and onion crisps

  80. Tricia cowell says:

    A banana

  81. Donna Sadler says:

    Plain Cashew nuts are mine. Love them!

  82. Donna W says:

    If I’m being good, a small handful of mixed nuts!

  83. Chris Fletcher says:

    Usually a handful of nuts!

  84. Cassandra Mayers says:

    Generally Biscuits. Im addicted!

  85. Nikki Hayes says:

    A yoghurt – I like the thick and creamy ones as they are more filling :o)

  86. Paula Phillips says:

    Either a Twix or a packet of crisps.

  87. Patricia Avery says:

    A handful of nuts 🙂

  88. Laura Pritchard says:

    A banana always makes me feel full!

  89. carol boffey says:

    its normally a mars

  90. chloe brill says:

    yogurt raisains

  91. Anthea Holloway says:

    A small square of chocolate usually does the trick!

  92. Meryl Thomas says:

    Toast- I can make it savoury (with cheese or vegemite) or sweet (with jam or marmalade).

  93. JULIE WARD says:

    Pringles, have to stop myself eating the whole tube

  94. tina Glover says:

    Mine is a cereal bar…. I keep one in my handbag for my daughter after school as shes always starving on the way home. these look like a better alternative though as they are less filling x

  95. Rose Stephenson says:

    A kit kat or a bowl of cereal

  96. Inga Andersen says:

    An apple from the fridge, it’s cold and cut into chunks it lasts a while 🙂

  97. Elanor Rice says:

    Has to be Pringles crisps, cashew nuts or a ginger nut. Or all three together……I know, so bad 😉

  98. nicky pearce says:

    snickers

  99. Carly Belsey (@carlychoc2) says:

    Flapjacks, we all love them. The kids like just the plain ones but I love them all, especially the ones with healthy seeds in too

  100. sheri darby says:

    Nuts – I’m nutty about them

  101. Caroline J Robinson says:

    Definitely crisps, their my downfall

  102. hannah igoe says:

    sunflower seeds are a quick little snack

  103. Charlotte says:

    i try to snack on carrot sticks as i find it hard to cut down but it doesnt always work, especially when pringles are involved 😛

  104. Lyla says:

    chunky kitkat

  105. Christina Palmer says:

    Either Fruit or popcorn as I try to be good most of the time

  106. Leanne Perrett says:

    if im being good some fruit if im being naughty a few biccies 🙂

  107. paula cheadle says:

    I love crisps

  108. Rachel Butterworth says:

    Banana chips.

  109. Nadia Josephine says:

    I love pink lady apples or cherry tomatoes as a nice healthy snack!

  110. toni pearson says:

    peanuts

  111. Susan Sargent says:

    I try not to snack, but I would go to the fruit bowl for either grapes or a banana

  112. Stacy Fenemore says:

    grapes or satsuma

  113. michelle o'neill says:

    bananas

  114. katherine s says:

    Biscuits or buttered crackers.

  115. Hali Kinson says:

    My favourite snack has got to be oreos

  116. John Shakspeare says:

    chocolate

  117. Jessica Barber says:

    Chocolate digestive biscuits! 😀

  118. maureen moss says:

    a digestive biscuit chocolate if I have them

  119. Nicola M says:

    Usually some cashews.

  120. claire griffiths says:

    bananas i cant get enough of them or grapes or raisins

  121. Becky Duffy says:

    Apples for me, recently someone suggested I dip them in peanut butter and I’m now obsessed with this!

  122. Clarice Bailey says:

    brunch bars

  123. caroline kelly says:

    Pom bears

  124. Sarah Carter says:

    My go to snack is kale crisps

  125. Rich Tyler says:

    Nuts or Grapes

  126. Elzbieta Znyk says:

    Fruits or cheese strings.

  127. Linda King says:

    Bananas ?

  128. Elaine Savage says:

    currently I am into chocolate rice cakes

  129. Iris W says:

    I like dark Ryvita with meridian crunchy peanut butter

  130. katrina walsh says:

    My real love is flapjack but when I’m feeling healthy its bananas

  131. I like to snack on grapes and cashew nuts, and if i’m really peckish I will have carrots with houmous

  132. maria blythin says:

    bourbon buiscuits x

  133. Stevie says:

    I love caramel wafers.

  134. justine meyer says:

    Crisps i’m afraid x

  135. maria says:

    breakfast biscuits

  136. Mel Turner says:

    Cereal bar

  137. Laura Loo says:

    I will usually go for a banana

  138. James Miller says:

    Bananas

  139. Kim Neville says:

    Always chocolate oops 🙂

  140. Angela Kelly says:

    I love a cheeky chocolate Digestive.

  141. Faridah BROOKER says:

    Crisps

  142. Abigail Cullen says:

    Chocolate Digestives

  143. emma walters says:

    popcorn 🙂

  144. Judith Allen says:

    If there’s an open packet of biscuits about, then those. Any sort.

  145. pete c says:

    mine is cashew nuts

  146. Angela Treadway says:

    Almonds x

  147. Kim M says:

    Like chocolate digestives x

  148. Clare Hubbard says:

    Milky ways

  149. claire woods says:

    AN APPLE

  150. Ruth Harwood says:

    Chocolate, pref Dairy Milk!!

  151. Katie says:

    Cheese or nuts

  152. Jeanette Leighton says:

    A packet of crisps

  153. William Gould says:

    I don’t usually get hunger pangs, but I do sometimes get a craving for peanuts late at night!

  154. zoe brown says:

    popcorn low calorie ones

  155. Jessica Barber says:

    Digestive biscuits!

  156. fiona waterworth says:

    bananas

  157. MARK THOMAS says:

    Bananas or a cup of coffee

  158. Susie Wilkinson says:

    Cereal Bars

  159. I love a yummy packet of crisps, nom nom x

  160. Deborah Mackenzie says:

    at the moment it is crackers with butter.

  161. Sue Johnson says:

    Fruit for me

  162. Sarah Courtney says:

    Flapjacks x

  163. caroline doherty says:

    A handful of nuts

  164. Denise Davies says:

    I try not to eat choclate.
    So go for some cherries

  165. Roger Bufton says:

    Biscuit.

  166. Liana says:

    I’m a cake person but I love a biscuit which is easier to eat at work when I inevitably get the munchies!

  167. Carole Nott says:

    has to be a dip into the biscuit tin

  168. Flapjacks!! They are my fave go to snack as they are sweet and filling! My kids love them as an after school snack too! x

  169. Carole E says:

    Flapjacks

  170. astrid c says:

    often dried fruit

  171. melissa crowe says:

    crisps are my snack x

  172. Jayne Townson says:

    Mine is crackers and cheese or sliced up apples. These sound yummy, thanks for the giveaway.

  173. Hayley F says:

    Bourbon biscuits x

  174. julie laing says:

    cashews

  175. Helen Tovell says:

    We like to have jaffa cakes not too bad for you and tasty and and satisfy the sweet cravings

  176. Pauline Hill says:

    Knoppers Wafer Biscuits if i have any if not a custard cream

  177. Jo Carroll says:

    A bit naughty but I love to nibble on peanut M&M’s 🙂 x

  178. Amanda Baggott says:

    A banana

  179. Keith Hunt says:

    caramel rice cakes

  180. Rebecca Sutton says:

    I always nick my daughters little boxes of raisins, handy little snack.

  181. Emma Eminoglu says:

    I love peanut butter on rice cakes with sliced banana.

  182. Kelly White says:

    Crisps!

  183. Lorna Roberts says:

    peanut butter on rice cakes 🙂

  184. MANDY DOHERTY says:

    Bananas or strawberries

  185. Sarah Mackay says:

    Would be sultanas

  186. Lindsey Jones says:

    A banana

  187. Margaret Clarkson says:

    a banana

  188. Andrea Upton says:

    Love biscuits but try to have fruit

  189. Kat B says:

    Usually a banana, but sometimes a cheeky chocolate bar!

  190. amy bondoc says:

    sunflower seeds, or some toast 🙂

  191. Christine Lockley says:

    A hobnob (or two, maybe 3, lol)

  192. Lisa Parker says:

    Marmite on toast x

  193. lynn neal says:

    A slice of buttered toast!

  194. cheryl hadfield says:

    biscuits

  195. Lauren Bates says:

    I’ve been loving nakd bars but if we don’t have any I usually just sack on whatever fruit we have in the house 🙂

  196. Lynne Durkin says:

    I try to be good and head for a banana or cherry tomatoes but failing that it’s usually a chocolate biscuit x

  197. Kim Styles says:

    Popcorn!!

  198. Sarah Pybus says:

    Apple with nut butter 🙂

  199. Carolyn Heyworth says:

    Love crackers and cheese

  200. Claire Nellany says:

    Blue ribands!

  201. TRACY JAMES says:

    i normally grab a banana but there are times when i give in to chocolate biscuits

  202. Alice Matthews says:

    A ryvitta and peanut butter.

  203. Jean Cassell says:

    Fruit and nuts

  204. Ali Thorpe says:

    Crisps for me.

  205. sam macaree says:

    cheese

  206. Rebecca Brown says:

    Crispnreads and chunky cut veggie wedges with houmous and mozzarella cheese

  207. Ren Taylor says:

    unfortunately mine is crisps but I wish it was fruit x

  208. Julie dixon says:

    Great prize! I love these ?

  209. stuart hargreaves says:

    I wish I could say fruit but it’s a Snickers bar other chocolate bars are available

  210. Fiona says:

    Cheese! Or crisps 😉

  211. james rowlands says:

    Cookies

  212. Corinne Wright says:

    If I’m being honest I’d have to say crisps!

  213. joanne Darnell says:

    a nice apple

  214. Naila says:

    It’s usually cookies or sometimes a quick cheese sandwich, 🙂

  215. Jade Hewlett says:

    Biscuits

  216. clair downham says:

    crisps

  217. Sheena Batey says:

    A pot of coffee and some fruit

  218. Solange says:

    Pistachios.

  219. Kevin Honey says:

    A nice ripe peach

  220. Sheila Evans says:

    Sliced apple, red grapes and mature cheddar – but I have a sweet tooth and would love to win this prize and give some to children in the family to try!

  221. melanie stirling says:

    Biscuits usually.

  222. Amanda tanner says:

    always chocolate

  223. laura banks says:

    cookies

  224. Michelle Ferguson says:

    Plain chocolate digestives

  225. Andrea Fletcher says:

    Any kind of fruit.

  226. laura stewart says:

    strawberrys and grapes x

  227. Sue McCarthy says:

    Mini Cheddars or a Tracker bar

  228. Margaret gallagher says:

    Peanuts I love them

  229. Graham Ross says:

    Peanuts

  230. nichola betteridge says:

    usually biscuits…hard to just have 1!

  231. abigail edkins says:

    oranges or a digestive biscuit

  232. Tracy Nixon says:

    A custard cream or two!

  233. Sally Collingwood says:

    Try to eat fruit but its so hard!

  234. Jennifer bruce says:

    My go to snack is any biscuit we have in the cupboard! Hubby has a savoury tooth but I have a sweet tooth. I always make sure we have biscuits in, just in case of visitors, but really they are for me!

  235. Victoria Prince says:

    Mine is usually almonds! I love the sound of these, they look delicious too 🙂

  236. iain maciver says:

    a mcvities digestive

  237. Suzanne says:

    Dried apricots.

  238. Tracy Hanley says:

    Homemade oat and raisin biscuits

  239. Sam says:

    My go to snack is a pink and white (Can’t leave those SW goodies behind)
    For the kiddies they really love a piece of fruit!

  240. Sarah Cuttle says:

    Lovely!

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