Ambrosia Custard and Rice Pudding Desserts Reviews
Product Type: Ambrosia Dessert / Yoghurts
Newest Review: ... and a couple of times I've found one packet turns into two....but like I said at 100 calories each it doesn't feel too ... more
by - written on 18/01/08 (Very useful, 1435 readings)
Since falling pregnant with my 3rd little one late last year my appetite has increased ten fold and I'm constantly looking for a snack or something to nibble on to ease my hunger pains. Already having 2 demanding toddlers means that, until they're in bed at least, I don't have time to make myself up fancy snacks or large meals. I've always had a sweet tooth so deserts are always a favourite of mine and in my search for a new and exciting variety of desert snacks to stock up my fridge I discovered Ambrosia Rhubarb & Custard. Ambrosia Rhubarb & Custard- Most of us are familiar with Ambrosia for their range of tinned custard, rice puddings and other ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/04/10 (Very useful, 84 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 Custard and have been eating it since childhood. I have many happy memories of scraping the very last drops out of the tin and my youngest son loves to do this too. It really is the most gorgeous tasting custard and I have yet to find anything better! This custard comes packaged in either a tin or a thick cardboard carton. In fact, there is no lack of choice in the Ambrosia Custard department as you can also ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/11/09 (Very useful, 102 readings)
I must confess to having a strange relationship with Rice Pudding, visually I cant stand the stuff as it reminds me too much of awful school puddings I had to endure years ago but when I tasted it again many years later I found that I actually quite liked it after all. Thats why for me, these little pots of Ambrosia Rice pudding are ideal, I can eat them straight from the tub and dont have to look at a bowlful of it. The variety I normally buy in is the Low Fat one which comes in a 150g blue and white plastic pot with a foil peel off lid. Nutrition information on the pot tells me that the whole tub will provide: 137 kcals 5.0g ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/10/09 (Very useful, 93 readings)
I have just reviewed by favourite pudding which is Heinz Chocolate Sponge Pudding, but with every good pudding you need a good custard to put on top of it. The only custard I have ever bought and used is Ambrosia Devon Custard. In fact I can't ever see myself using anything different, maybe it is because I have childhood memories of that horrible lumpy custard you used to get at school or my mum attempting to make custard from powder. Either way I like custard to be straight out of a tin and to be the best brand there is available to buy. Ambrosia Custard (proudly made in Devon for over 90 years) comes in a 425g tin and costs 75p from Tesco, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/08/09 (Very useful, 120 readings)
Ambrosia - Food of the Gods, I think that Premier Foods of Lincolnshire who produce the Ambrosia products chose wisely when they named their ready made custards and milk puddings. Unless I strike lucky and find the Ambrosia low fat Devon custard on offer in one of the discount stores I will look to pay about 75p a can which is the normal RRP for this product. If I am in the mood then I make my own custard from scratch but there is the odd occasion when I just would far rather open a tin and not have to bother to scrub out the messy saucepan afterwards. Custard has always been a favourite in our household, we love it on tarts, steamed sponges and it ... Read the complete review
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