Asda Smart Price Eggs Reviews
Product Type: Asda Baking & Ingredients
Newest Review: ... net weight is given, there is a nutritional chart listed and contact details for Asda are given. This is a cheap looking box ... more
by - written on 17/04/10 (Very useful, 90 readings)
I brought a box of these Smart Price eggs from Asda the other day because I was doing egg mayo sandwiches up for a little party at my sisters playgroup, it was one of the leaders birthday and we all took something in but had to be a bit careful because all the food had to be soft enough for the little kids to be able to eat safely. Egg mayo was the only thing I could think off but when I worked it out I needed a big box of eggs, I deffo wasn't paying £3.00 for them so got a box of 15 of these for about £1.30. The only difference to look at them is that these are not all exactly the same size and the shells are different colours. The big difference is that they are not Read the complete review
by - written on 17/04/10 (Very useful, 32 readings)
I was sent to Asda the other day to buy some egg. Most times when I am sent in to get something, I always buy the cheapest product | can find. I was shocked at how expensive a box of eggs costs, up to £2.04 for six! I opted for six smart price eggs, costing a very reasonable 91pence They were packaged in a plasic tray, so straight away you notice they are not packaged as well as others, this didn't matter for me though, as our fridge has an egg holder. The box just gets thrown away anyway. When you open up the box, the first thing I noticed was that they were a bit on the small side, but for 91p you can't complain. They were a little bit grubby compared ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/04/09 (Very useful, 42 readings)
My other half cooked a gorgeous fry-up yesterday and therefore I have a few 'new' things to review. Asda Smart Price eggs are eggs provided in a clear plastic tray which clips together with two hole/peg areas and there are 6 eggs which are in two rows of three. Upon snapping open the container I can see that there are indeed six eggs, a couple of them look like they need a good wash but apart from that they are fine, if a little on the small side. The eggs crack well and have a normal looking yolk, no strange double yolks here. Eggs are useful for frying, poaching, scrambling, boiling or using in recipes or cake mixtures. As far as I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/01/09 (Very useful, 118 readings)
The amount of eggs consumed varies greatly according to each household, we tend to use quite a few eggs per week. Boiled eggs for breakfast, an omelette for tea and that doesn't count the eggs that get used in baking or for making sauces. I would like nothing better than to be able to afford to buy Free Range eggs and to steer clear of the caged hen eggs, but the sad fact is that my purse strings wont allow that. At the moment Asda have packs of 15 caged hens eggs on special offer at £1. The eggs come from units that are approved by and operating to the BEIC Lion Quality code of practise. Asda are quick to point out that they care very much ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/11/08 (Very useful, 139 readings)
We usually shop in Asda and, as eggs are so versatile, we usually buy at least half a dozen with our weekly shop. For a long time we did buy the Smart Price ones and I really can't fault the quality of the eggs at all. The sizes are the same as other eggs, yolks are nice and yellow/orange and they taste much the same as any other egg. The price is probably the most attractive thing about the eggs: 82p for a box of 6 or £1.49 for 15. When you compare this to £1.26 for a box of 6 medium sized 'Barn' eggs or £1.36 for 6 medium sized 'Free Range', the Smart Price really are much cheaper. However, ss much as I really can't complain about the quality ... Read the complete review
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