Green's Cheesecake Mix Reviews
Product Type: Green's Baking & Ingredients
Description:Brand: Green's / Type: Mix
Newest Review: ... were two packet mixes, one contained the biscuit base and one contained the cheesecake topping. To make the biscuit base took ... more
by - written on 17/05/11 (Very useful, 436 readings)
I love nothing more than my man coming home from work to a home cooked meal and sometimes a delicious dessert too. It's fair to say that I can be pressed for time some days as I work long shifts and it's not always convenient to spend hours being a domestic goddess and whip up some home 98made desserts. It's for this reason that I purchased this Greens cheesecake mix. I paid 69p for this on a special offer from Tesco with the normal price there being around 80p. It's a fantastically low price even when it's not on offer and I would not hesitate to purchase it again. This mix comes packaged in a cardboard box, there is a pop out back to the box which shows you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/02/10 (Very useful, 617 readings)
Velvety! *about the product* The product I am going to review is a cheesecake mix made by Greens. Horace Green was a local Brighton baker who believed baking was the warmest way to show you care. It's thanks to his deliciously simple recipes that families have being doing just that since 1907 (a bit of information from the box). *the packaging* The cheescake mix comes in a green cardboard box which is recyclable. The front of the box has a enticing picture of the finished cheescake and the name of the cheesecake. One side of the box has the ingredients, allergy warnings and nutritional information. The other side has company ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/09/09 (Very useful, 252 readings)
When it comes to cheesecakes I think they can taste very different depending on where you get them. I have yet to find one of the frozen variety that I like, the little individual pots you can buy are usually nice and when I went to New York I had some 'proper' cheesecake which was delicious but so rich I really couln't manage much. Years ago I used to get chocolate cheesecake in little pots but the supermarket stopped selling them and I have never found them since. Greens Cheesecake mix is one kind that I do like. We don't often have puddings in our house except for on a Sunday and we will maybe have a cheesecake once a month. Greens Cheesecake is a very ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/07/09, updated on 16/07/09 (Very useful, 304 readings)
I do like cheesecakes but often find they taste just too rich, and after two mouthfuls I've had enough..this is where this packet mix from Green's is different. I remember my mum sometimes used to buy this when I was a child and the taste was simply divine. For years I didn't see it in the shops but then one day I spotted it at Asda for the amazingly low price of 45p! After stocking up on a few boxes I was keen to 'make' my first homemade cheesecake for a taste of my childhood past. To make it is so simple that even I can manage it without causing some disaster or setting a fire alarm off! Everything you need is included in the pack ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/05/09 (Very useful, 908 readings)
Greens Cheesecake Mix: I love cheesecake but I am not too keen on the frozen ones as they always seem a bit lame. Making cheesecake isn't too hard but its faffy and generally there are things I would rather be making in my kitchen. In Asda, (well on asda.com), I saw these cheesecake mixes for a mere 55p each and decided it would be rude not to try them. You get a box much like the boxes on any other cake mix and it contains a little packet of biscuit crumbs, (to form the base), and a packet of cheesecake filling mix. You will also need milk and butter. To make the cheesecake is simple, you just line a cake tin, (something like a Victoria sponge ... Read the complete review
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