Asda Simply Porridge Syrup Flavour Reviews
Product Type: Asda Breakfast
Newest Review: ... grease proof type packets. Bizarrely the satchets aren't showing up on the Asda website today but I know they are very much ... more
by - written on 13/10/10 (Very useful, 55 readings)
Intro I've never really been a breakfast person; well apart from the cup of coffee and the ciggie, which I'm guessing doesn't count as a proper breakfast. I have over the last few months been a bit peckish on rising and have tried several options to quench my appetite. My favourite, by far being Cornflakes. It is heading now towards the colder mornings, not that you can tell the difference much up here in good old Scotland. So I decided to try ASDA Simply Porridge. The Product It comes in a two varieties, Golden Syrup and Original, and it is the former I think I like best. I do much prefer proper porridge, but it this hectic world ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/06/10 (Very useful, 89 readings)
Whenever I used to eat breakfast I felt sick. However, this all began to change when I stopped at my friends recently and she insisted I had some breakfast. She loves Asdas porridge and insisted I gave it a try despite the fact she knew I had always hated porridge. Whenever I had porridge in the past I always felt bloated and sick afterwards. I gave the porridge a try seen as she kept insisting I tried it and I would have felt rude not trying! First thing that struck me about the porridge was the fact they porridge came in sachets in a yellow box. When she first pulled the yellow box out of the cupboard I didn't expect the porridge to be in separate sachets I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/07/09, updated on 26/07/09 (Very useful, 103 readings)
I simply porridge and I love, love, love it covered in a hefty dollop of syrup!Usually I buy oats or plain porridge and go wild with a syrup tin first thing however I saw this in my local Asda store and decided to give this a go because I am trying to be a little healthier and trying to limit my intake of products bad for me but still, I want nice tasting food and thought this would be a nice alternative to my usual choice! The Packaging.... Bright yellow box with a picture of a spoon of the porridge on it and then in white, yellow and blue writing I'm told it is Wholegrain Goodness Asda Simply Porridge, Syrup flavour and that it microwaves in 4 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/05/09 (Very useful, 100 readings)
Porridge. Not really the best breakfast cereal in the world but sometimes I buy it just so I can have something warm and relatively healthy to give me a kick-start in the morning. Whilst trawling the isles of Asda recently I came across the Asda Simply Porridge range. Whilst it's available in the usual porridge format of sachets or just standard oats, what caught my attention about this particular branch off of the brand was that it was in a large and tall tub, quite like a tube of Pringles but wider. It comes in both original and syrup flavour [so naturally I want for the syrup flavour] and costs just £1.24 for 500g. OK so not as cheap as the Smart Price ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/03/09 (Very useful, 105 readings)
I don't normally have breakfast, but have decided to try and start having porridge every morning to help fill me up and give me that extra energy for the day. Admittedly, I'm quite lazy when it comes to cooking - especially when it comes to things like porridge where there's a lot of messy washing up to do afterwards - so I thought I'd try out some microwaveable porridge from Asda (Simply Porridge). I opted for the Syrup version as I love to add lots of sugar/honey usually INGREDIENTS Oatflakes, Sugar, Flavourings, Stabiliser (Soya Lecithins). PACKAGING The box contains eight pouches of porridge oats, with the ... Read the complete review
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