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Ambrosia Peach Crumble Puds

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Brand: Ambrosia / Type: Other Desserts

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      08.04.2010 20:12
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      WILL BUY AGAIN WHEN ON OFFER

      Mmmmmmmmmmmmm *Product* Peach Crumble Pud is one in a new range of dessert pots from Ambrosia. The range includes rhubarb and apple crumble as well as jelly puddings. Crumble pud is a dessert snack which has a serving of Devon Custard with peach compote and a side serving of crumble. *Packaging* Crumble puds come in a split plastic container (recycle). One end is the custard and compote and the other end is your crumble topping. The tub resembles a slight wider Dairylea Dunker tub. There is a foil label on top with the name of the product, a description, calorie information and a lovely picture of a peach and crumble. Mmmm! There is a label going around one end of the pot with your nutritional info, ingredients, company claims, preparation guidelines and company details. *To Prepare* Crumble puds can be eaten hot or cold. To heat, remove the crumble part, remove the lid and pop in the microwave for 40secs stirring half-way and add your crumble and enjoy! *Ingredients* Skimmed Milk , Sugar , Peach (7.5%) , Buttermilk , Wheat Flour , Water , Vegetable Oil , Modified Starch , Whey , Invert Sugar Syrup , Pectin , Locust Bean Gum , Salt , Raising Agents (Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate, Sodium Bicarbonate) , Flavouring , Colours (Curcumin, Annatto) , Crumble Content (12%) , Total Milk Content (52%) . *Nutritional Information* The dessert is 125g and 100g contains : 148kcal 23.8g sugar 4.5g fat *Availability and Price* Available from most supermarkets in the tinned fruit aisle. Current prices Asda 68p instore 71p online? Tesco 64p *My Opinion* Don't you ever just get sick of yoghurts? I know I do but I am always looking for a snack. We do sometimes have desserts though if we don't fancy anything big these are ideal. I bought some whilst on offer in Asda but this offer is no longer on. I put these in the fridge as I like them chilled though they can go in the cupboard and have a good date on them. The pot is a perfect size and the 2 seperate compartments is an ideal arrangement. The custard is Ambrosia Devon which is delicious and the peach compote is mixed around in it. There is a delicate scent of peach which is delicious. The crumble looks yummy and has a nice sweet biscuity scent off it. I have had these hot and cold and both are equally tasty so it really depends on your preference. I tip my crumble onto the custard and mix in. These are tasty and quite filling. The custard is creamy and thick and the compote works well with it. Ideal for something different as a dessert. Personally I feel the price is a bit steep though I wouldn't hesistate to buy these on offer.

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