Ambrosia Creamy Rice Pudding Reviews
Product Type: Ambrosia Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Type: Puddings / Ambrosia creamy rice has been made in Devon, England since 1917. If you like Rice Pudding, Ambrosia provides you with a wholesome delicious treat without artificial colors flavorings or preservatives. Ambrosia Creamy Rice Pudding is a low fat ... more
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by - written on 22/10/13 (Very useful, 85 readings)
===The Product=== 400 gram tin of Ambrosia Rice Pudding. Blue label with signpost image which states 'welcome to Devon' and A cow. Made with fresh milk using only four ingredients. No added colours, flavours or preservatives. Suitable for Vegetarians and it is Gluten free. Food standard assured milk. Half a can is 198 calories and 24% or your daily calcium requirement. Made in the Ambrosia Creamery, Devon. Ambrosia is now owned by the Premier Food Group. Can be eaten hot or cold. To reheat - the pudding can be reheated on the hob or in the microwave (2 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/04/10 (Very useful, 140 readings)
The Ambrosia Creamery was founded in 1917 by Albert Morris and originally began making food for infants. As the years passed, their range expanded and their tinned puddings and custard are still very much in demand. I have always loved Ambrosia Creamy Rice Pudding and have been eating it since childhood. My mum did try serving up the homemade variety a few times, but I just didn't like it, as it always had a skin on top. This rice pudding comes packaged in a metal tin, with a paper label wrapped round it. The label is in attractive shades of blue and is decorated with a lovely country farm scene. You can also find Ambrosia rice pudding in pots, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/10/09 (Very useful, 102 readings)
One of my favourite desserts is rice pudding - in fact I could eat it for breakfast, lol! I don't mind what brand I eat but the best one is 'Ambrosia Devon Rice Pudding' made since 1917 by the company in their Lifton creamery with real Devon milk, in fact there is a glass and a half of milk in every 425g tin. These were recently on offer in Morrisons 2 for one pound so I got my mum to buy them as they weren't any more expensive than the supermarket's own brand at that price... The tin is recyclable and has a light blue label with a really pretty picture of green fields on the front. Described as: 'Ambrosia- proudly made in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/05/09 (Very useful, 105 readings)
I'd almost forgotten just how good 'Ambrosia Creamy Rice Pudding' was! It's been a good while since I had some, but when I warmed some up in the microwave the other night, I was for a brief moment, in heaven, this really is an incredible dessert! The packing is well known, well branded and attracts your eyes from across the supermarket aisle. I bought the tin after seeing it on offer from 'Tesco's' at buy three for £2.00. Usually the tins are 78p which is very respectable seeing as this is good wholesome food, that really does it's duty. Once I'd opened the tin and set it off in the microwave for a few minutes I was eager to see if it still had that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/05/09, updated on 02/01/10 (Very useful, 77 readings)
++What is rice pudding?++ Rice pudding is a dessert, originating from Asia. It is made from a combination of rice, milk, sugar and often cream. ++How and when do you eat rice pudding?++ Rice pudding can be eaten both hot and cold, and many people add things to it such as jam (and my partner has a habit of adding more sugar, which seems disgusting to me, but each to their own!). Rice pudding is most suitable to eat as a dessert (in case the name rice 'pudding' didnt make that obvious!). And I dont know if this is just me, but rice pudding seems to be a real comfort food, and since i was alot younger i have eaten it whenever i am ill ... Read the complete review
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