Sunfeast Farmlite Oats with Chocolate Biscuits Review
Nutty and chocolatey, Sunfeast Active Farmlite Oats with Chocolate make a tasty coffee partner.
Tea time snacks like cookies and biscuits, even namkeen are being launched in healthier avatars. Whether it is baked multigrain chiwda or biscuits made without refined sugar and flour, manufacturers are focusing more on superfoods or good-for-health ingredients.
That being said, the unwritten rule for a tea/coffee snack is that it must be tasty. Tasty enough for you to go back for seconds.
We tried the chocolate variant from the Active Oats range of Sunfeast. Are these crisp like regular cookies? Could we taste the chocolate? What about ‘the bite’? All you need to know about these no maida cookies is covered in Team Mishry’s Sunfeast Farmlite Active Oats with Chocolate biscuits review.
Sunfeast Farmlite Oats with Chocolate biscuits made using wheat flour, oat flakes, chocolate chips, almonds, and other cookie ingredients. The pack mentions how these chocolate cookies are free of maida. Made using Aashirvaad Atta, we were curious to find out how the atta-oats-chocolate combination would taste. More importantly, how would it taste like with tea/coffee?
Following are details like price and packaging, taste and texture of these oats cookies. Are they simply chocolate-flavored or do they contain chocolate?
One box of these Active Oats cookies contains eight individual packs. Each pack has two biscuits which make one serving.
Wheat flour (atta) (31,3%), oat flakes(20.3%), sugar, refined palm oil, plain chocolate chips(6.2%), cocoa solids(1.4%), almonds(1.4%), and iodized salt are the main ingredients used in these biscuits.
First things first, these cookies weren’t just topped with chocolate chips but there were chocolate chips on the inside too! This elevated our experience significantly.
Talking about the chocolate flavor from the cocoa solids, these biscuits showed decent levels of sweetness with an intense chocolate flavor.
Similarly, the almond bits amalgamated well with the rest of the ingredients.
These cookies have a delectable chocolate flavor without the overloaded sweetness.
These cookies are made using refined palm oil. No industrial or rancid taste was noticed.
5. Bite/Mouth Feel
Typically cookies or biscuits with lower fat content are dense and hard to eat. These chocolate cookies were crunchy and feel fibrous!
The edges on them weren’t brittle or broken which makes it a decent option to be served to guests.
6. Nutritional Information
Following are the calories and macronutrient breakdown for Sunfeast Farmlite Oats with Chocolate biscuits review-
Per serve (18.75 g)- 91 kcal
12.6 g of sugar (where 4.6 g is sugar), 1.7 g of protein, 3.7 g of fats, and 1.2 g of dietary fiber.
A 150 g box containing eight individually wrapped packs of chocolate cookies is priced at INR 50. You get 16 biscuits in one box.
Sunfeast Farmlite Active Oats with Chocolate – Detailed Review
|Parameters||Sunfeast Farmlite Oats with Chocolate biscuits|
|Shelf Life||Nine months|
|Available Sizes||150 g boxes|
|Calories||Per serve- 91 kcal|
Oats are often thought of as bland meals. However, they are a great combination of good-quality proteins and fats. Additionally, this complex carbohydrate is loaded with fiber which helps in maintaining satiety for hours.
If you still can’t stand the taste or texture of oatmeal or overnight oats, these chocolate oats cookies can be a quick and easy evening snack.
- One box contains eight individual packs of chocolate cookies.
- Each pack has two pieces of these cookies.
- These cookies are made with oats, wheat flour, chocolate chips, cocoa solids, and almonds.
- Milk and vanilla flavors have been added to these biscuits.
- The 150 g box is priced at INR 50.
- It has a shelf life of nine months.
- Liquid glucose, invert syrup, and sugar are the sweeteners used.
- These chocolate deliver on the promise of ‘no maida’. Over 50% of the ingredients are made up of atta and oats, and they both add to the fiber content of these biscuits that are meant to be a healthier alternative to maida ones.
- The biscuits have a nice bite to them.
- These aren’t dessert-like sweet but have a definite chocolate flavor.
- The chocolate chips and almond bits add a unique texture.
- The chocolate chips are not just added as a topping but are also inside the cookie, melted. Yum!
- They looked identical and were unbroken.
- They have a fibrous texture.
- As biscuits that are supposed to be a healthy alternative, we feel that a better oil would have upped the nutrition quotient of these even more. A more desirable choice of sweeteners could have made a difference too.
Best Suited For
Looking for a flavorful and more healthy alternative to your regular digestive biscuits?
These chocolate cookies made with atta and oats are not overly sweet. They would pair well with coffee.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some interesting FAQs on Sunfeast Farmlite Active Oats with Chocolate biscuits
1. Is Sunfeast Farmlite Active Oats with Chocolate healthy?
As compared to other biscuits in the market, these have a decent nutritional value and are not too calorie-dense.
However, for optimal health, the consumption of packaged foods must be limited.
2. Is this cookie good for weight loss?
These cookies are relatively low in calories as the overall fat content in them is low.
However, weight loss is primarily based on calories in vs calories out.
3. Does this biscuit go well with tea?
We would recommend you to try these oats chocolate cookies with coffee.
4. How many grams of sugar are in this biscuit?
Per serve, (two cookies) you get 4.6 g of sugar.
5. What is the price of Sunfeast Farmlite Oats with Chocolate biscuit?
These biscuits are priced at Rs 50.
These chocolate oats cookies were a hit, in terms of taste. What we really liked about these cookies were the chocolate chips. The chips hadn’t just been added as toppings but they were also added to the batter with almond bits.
The chocolate chips on the inside were melted and lent a different texture. Perfect to be paired with a cup of coffee, these oats cookies can be an alternative to regular digestive biscuits.
That being said, we believe better (nutrient-dense) alternatives to refined palm oil and sugar could have been added.
Would you give these a try? If you do, let us know!
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