Ambrosia Low Fat Custard Reviews
Product Type: Ambrosia Dessert / Yoghurts
Newest Review: ... cheaper custards out there and you can make your own, but I love the taste of Ambrosia and it reminds me of when I was a kid ... more
by - written on 05/02/08 (Very useful, 64 readings)
I've always loved custard! To me its a real 'feel good' food, though not the way my Mother always made it, so since being old enough to make an informed choice no longer am I stuck with my Mum's gloopy, nasty, lumpy offering! I always buy tinned custard! I've tried loads over the years but this so far is, by far my favourite...so far lol! The Packaging.... As on the photograph at the top of this review. It's a green and blue tin with a kind of village scene on the front and clearly tells me what it is and who it is by. It's a 425g recyclable tin you have to open with a tin opener. On the back tells me a little bout the company, how to heat (if ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/05/10 (Very useful, 88 readings)
Since Mr. Benn's minor heart attack a few years ago it is important to keep down Cholesterol levels so when we do have something that involves saturates I look for a low fat alternative for treats. I used to use Ambrosia Devon custard but for a healthy option I switched to Ambrosia low fat Devon custard as sometimes on the weekend I chop up some fresh fruit and pour over cold Ambrosia low fat custard as a treat. There are cheaper custards out there and you can make your own, but I love the taste of Ambrosia and it reminds me of when I was a kid and my mum always gave us this and used to put it on the top of trifles because she used to say it was thicker than ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/01/10 (Very useful, 15 readings)
Ambrosia Low Fat Custard I have been buying this for a number of years now, due to the fact that I am absolutely rubbish at making instant custard. The reason why I do buy this is because as it says this is low fat, it saves me the time and it is also extremely tasty. Custard like this one, not one I have made, maks a lovely combination with sweet pies and anything yummy or even on its own it tastes great. This comes in a 425g can without the pull top lid which is a little bit annoying as I hate undoing the lids with the can opener. Ambrosia is very well known and has a great reputation! The can is the same as the one above in the image and it has a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/08/09 (Very useful, 26 readings)
AMBROSIA LOW FAT CUSTARD Stepping into Sainsbury.s feeling hungry and wanting that something sweet, decided to buy a reduced apple and blackcurrant pie, and some of this delicious Ambrosia Low Fat Custard. Guess i know what you are thinking perhaps buying a pie then buying low fat custard kinda defeats the object, but i wanted something sweet, and seeing low fat custard was thinking it both with the small slice of pie wouldnt be too bad. This came in a tub ready made, for 41p, which is plenty for myself, and easy to open just pull back the foil lid and heat for a few minutes then its ready. This simple dairy custard is a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/03/09 (Very useful, 821 readings)
Ambrosia Low Fat Custard was recommended to me in my Weight Watchers meeting a few weeks ago and now I always pop a couple of the individual little pots in my trolley as they're a tasty standby to have in the cupboard, nice for pouring over a Weight Watchers cake or adding to jelly to make a trifle. I've never eaten any other ready to eat custards so can't compare this to its full fat counterpart, but this is a really delicious custard and you could serve it to anyone and I doubt they'd have any idea that it was a diet food. I usually make my own custard, but once I've added the sugar and milk it made for a rather calorie laden dessert. In comparison these ... Read the complete review
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