Ambrosia Devon Custard with Apple Compote & Crumble Reviews
Product Type: Ambrosia Dessert / Yoghurts
Newest Review: ... it cold. I'm also all for comfort food, so a pot of warm custard, apple and a bit of crumble sounded lovely. The first ... more
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Last Update 25.05.2013 09:41
by - written on 22/06/10 (Very useful, 49 readings)
The crumble pud is made up of two pots - one larger one containing ambrosia custard with the fruit compote running through it, and a smaller pot with crumble for you to pour over the custard.I like to treat myself in new ways which are perhaps a little more beneficial than a chocolate bar. However, at nearly 200 calories this dessert is about the equivalent of a packet of malteasers or a flake, and i know which i'd prefer. I decided to try this dessert as you can warm it up in the microwave quickly after a meal, or eat it cold. I'm also all for comfort food, so a pot of warm custard, apple and a bit of crumble sounded lovely. The first problem arose ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/05/10, updated on 22/05/10 (Very useful, 63 readings)
We tried this product for the first time this week which had been ordered through Sainsbury's on-line store. The description as a 'twin pot' led Scottie and I to believe that there are two puds in the package - not so! What you get is a small amount of custard with some vague taste of apple, as a compote mixed into it, in one of the pots and in the other pot attached, a small amount of tasteless crumble. This bears no relation to a true apple crumble which you can make for less than the cost of this product and sufficient for four people. Of course, this is one of the disadvantages of ordering on-line, for without physically picking up the product you can ... Read the complete review
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