Ambrosia Banana Custard Reviews
Product Type: Ambrosia Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Brand: Ambrosia / Type: Puddings
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Ambrosia Banana Custard 150g
Full of dairy goodness A source of calcium 100% natural flavours ...
Last Update 18.06.2013 03:58
by - written on 06/07/12 (Very useful, 69 readings)
I love custard! I'm a huge kid when it comes to custard and I'm very happy to eat it on its own, poured over a pudding, hot or cold! When I was younger I remember having these all of the time as a dessert so when I saw them in Tesco's and remembered how I used to love them so much I had to pop a few pots into my trolley! This particular custard pot is made by the ambrosia food company which is famous for its naturally low-fat products made in the heart of Devonshire. The ambrosia creamery started off in 1930 producing tinned rice pudding and since then has continued to provide us with the creamy tasting ambrosia desserts we have grown to love! ~ Product and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/10/10 (Very useful, 144 readings)
==Background:== Recently I have tried to substitute eating chocolate and biscuits for more healthy snacks. I am trying to eat more fruit but I must admit I find it a bit bland and unsatisfying. So now I am trying various alternatives and with that in mind this week I purchased Ambrosia Banana flavoured custard. ==Price:== At my local Tesco supermarket I found that a 150g pot cost 41p. Although I bought three as there was a special off as I could get these three for £1. Ambrosia does a comprehensive range of custards and has become associated with this and a range of rice puddings. In the Ambrosia flavoured custard pots you can also ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/10/10 (Very useful, 91 readings)
Ambrosia Banana Flavour Custard is so nice it's hard to put into words sweet from the banana, creamy from the custard and has a great texture and sense of fun of eating banana custard. Ambrosia custard comes in 150g pots, with a foil lid and we buy them for our two little boys (26 and 11 months), they are the perfect dessert for two boys. They keep in the store cupboard rather than the fridge and are about the right size for a little stomach to cope with as a lunchtime pudding. As they are packaged there isn't the messy saucepans and overuse of milk, powder etc and as they are at room temperature you don't have to wait for them to cool down for the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/05/10 (Very useful, 41 readings)
How come I ever forgot about ambrosia banana custard? I have no idea yet when in Sainsbury's today I spotted it and remembered all the times I used to sit every Sunday night with a pot of this in front of the heater watching telly. I absolutely loved it and my mam always made sure we had some of these on standby in the fridge yet somehow I forgot about this custard completely till I seen it. Ambrosia banana custard comes in a small pot rather than a tin like other custards. The pot is white and yellow in colour and contains 150g. A single pot of this custard costs around 45p. The thing that makes this custard different to standard is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/02/10 (Very useful, 25 readings)
I had a pot of this today after I brought it for my 2 year old sister and she turned her nose up at it, I'm not somebody who usually eats cold custard from a pot but I wasn't going to waste it because it hadn't been touched! Ambrosia custard is always yummy but I'm not sure about this one because even though I like banana custard this one tastes a bit forced to me and I'm just not mad keen on the over all flavour of it. The custard is rich and creamy, it's very thick with the usual gorgeous Ambrosia taste but the banana taste that has been added to it makes it a bit too sweet for me. It's weird to describe because it's proper synthetic but the ... Read the complete review
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