These Roasted Peanut Puffs were produced by Ellert, in Hertfordshire. Made with farm grown corn and peanuts this crunchy corn snack was blended with sunflower oil, cooked and then coated with ground roasted peanuts. They have the same consistency as cheese balls or puffs, but have a decent flavour of roasted peanuts, rather than cheese. Per 100g serving (but I ate the lot in one go...) they were 500 calories, with 24g of fat and 2.3g of sugar. Suitable for vegetarians and made with no artificial colours, the ingredients included; corn grits, peanut kernels, sunflower oil and tomato. These would go rather well with a few beers and a very long movie, considering the size of the 140g bag. I was dubious at first, thinking these corn snacks would be dry and dull in flavour, but once I’d poured them into a large bowl and started popping them into my watering mouth I quickly realised I just couldn’t stop. Next time I’ll put a longer movie on and grab me a few more cans of beer. Happy munching!