Not as good as Woolies cheese rings nowdays
Woolies Cheese rings are more cheesey..( more cheese flavour) i have been buying Cheezels for years, now i have tried Woolies Cheese rings and now im conveted as well as the family, for half the price Woolies brand cheese rings are So Much better by FAR !
Purchased in June 2020 at Woolworths for $3.00.
Cheezels are now rubbish. How to kill a great product.
What happened to cheezels? They are small, ugly shaped, oily, no longer fluffy and can't even fit them on you fingers. I eat cheezels every month and I was disgusted today when I opened the box. I'll never buy them again. I think homebrand ones wouldn't even be this bad
Purchased in May 2020 for $2.00.
Cheese flavoured sandpaper
These things are like sandpaper, shreds the roof of your mouth...why is everyone not mentioning this?
Purchased in March 2020 at 7-Eleven.
dehydrates you really fast
haven't had cheezels in a longtime - what happened to them have zero cheese flavor leaves a bad taste in your mouth
also heaps of salt dehydrates you really fast - dry lips and really thirsty only after a handful will never buy them again
Purchased in January 2020 for $2.00.
Always fresh. Always delicious. These little crunch circles are a special treat. The mimic's come nowhere near. Put a bowl out when you have friends over and they will quickly disappear. Geared for the kids market but I bet many adults indulge. Perfectly cheesy and salty. An Aussie legend!
Purchased in January 2020.
Who doesn't love a good Cheezel?!
When on half price special and before a birthday party, these are the best snack! They are always delicious and super moreish! Sometimes a little too cheesey when you eat a whole packet, but I mean, everything in moderation....right?
Purchased in June 2019 at Woolworths Physical store for $1.00.
Love these. There are an Australia Day staple. A childhood classic born into Australia and for each and everyone of us. Cheezels are for the everyday Australian. They are inexpensive and a tradition. What a brilliant invention. I commend this brands diligence and discipline.
Purchased in June 2019.
you cant go wrong with cheezel's. when i came to australia i didnt know what to expect of this odd food but now that i have tried them the cheesy rings of pure bliss are something i cannot go without!
Purchased in February 2019 at Coles.
I'll never stop buying Cheezels!. There a great treat for the young and old. A packet or box brings lots of chatter, laughter and fun when it comes to the kids counting rings on their fingers. Today I found a piece of hard tinsel kind of material when melting a ring in my mouth. I though I had a chipped a slither of tooth
Purchased in March 2019 at Woolworths.
creation of god
If someone proposed to me with a cheezel i would say yes, they are purely heaven. Very very dope, tastes better when you dab with it, just personal experience. Buy it, it's great. They are worth more than five stars, I'd give them all the stars in the sky. I want to live my next life as a cheezel. They are very cheezy (fits the name) and fits perfectly around your finger. Good for meet ups, movies, friends, breakups, everything.
Love the taste. It's overpowering chese flavouring is just so addicting that I even eat the little crumps left after enjoying all the rings. Cheezels are deliciously salty that makes me crave for it almost every week. Price remains the same through the years but its packaging became smaller.
Too overpowering and fake flavour
Obviously you can't expect high nutrition in junk food but Cheezels really lack everything besides a fake taste. They will leave you thirsty and with high salt intake. Getting all the oil over your fingers should be enough to turn you away let alone the overpowering fake flavour they use on these things. Avoid at all costs!
Questions & Answers
Why do you add so much salt in Cheezles? So bad for health.
Well, they do declare their salt content in their ingredients. That therefore is what democracy and self choice is about. If you think they have too much salt buy another product. When enough people reach that tipping point then they will produce a less salty product. That is how the market, wrongly or rightly, works. Right now I love them the way they are. But I wont eat them everyday because it would not be kind on my health. So enjoy everything in moderation I say!
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