Asda Assorted Jam Tarts Reviews
Product Type: Asda Dessert / Yoghurts
Newest Review: ... packaging in the picture isnt the same as whats in my store it just a plastic wrap over the jam tarts but i havent noticed ... more
by - written on 06/04/10 (Very useful, 66 readings)
When I was in Asda last week when I saw this pack of Jam Tarts and they really caught my fancy, I hadn't had a Jam Tart in what seemed like years so I thought I'd pick some up for a treat over the Easter weekend. Price: At 53p for 6 Jam Tarts I thought these were really good value working out at just under 9p each, they're also on offer at the moment at 2 packs for £1 until the 26th of April. This isn't that much of a saving but it's not too bad and they have a pretty good shelf life on them, not that they'd be hanging around for long. Packaging: The packaging for these is pretty standard, they come in a red cardboard box, half of which is covered ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/03/10 (Very useful, 16 readings)
I don't eat that many jam tarts but when I was at my aunts yesterday she offered me one and it was so yummy I asked where she'd got them from, I was a bit surprised when she said they was the Asda own brand one because I'm sure I've had them before and not been that mad keen on them. She gave me the rest of the box to take home because she's on a diet and said once they're open she can't rest until they've all gone! lol The thing is that at her house I had a strawberry one and that was delish, but when I tried the other 2 flavours last night they weren't half as good! lol You get 6 jam tarts in a box and they are strawberry, apricot and apple ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/02/10 (Very useful, 145 readings)
I Walked past the usual bakery section in Asda recently looking for something sweet for later, and came across the packaged cakes section. My partner loves jam tarts, so I popped a pack into my trolley. The Asda assorted jam tarts come in a pack of 6, which include three different flavours - strawberry jam, apricot jam and apple and blackcurrant jams. They come in a shortcrust pastry case. The jam tarts are packaged in a small foil case, in rows of three. With one of each flavour in each row. These are then placed into a plastic tray, that is wrapped in the plastic packaging. Through the packaging, you can see the jam tarts, these look very ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/03/09 (Very useful, 124 readings)
I have previously reviewed Mr Kipling Jam Tarts, which I like very much and often purchase, but recently I thought I would have a change and give some supermarket brand ones a try in my never ending quest to save some pennies. Asda Jam Tarts are made up of sweet shortcrust pastry cases with jam fillings. There are two strawberry jam tarts, two apricot ones and two apple and blackcurrant ones in a pack of six. The jam tarts are packaged in an attractive red box with a photo on the front and sides of yummy looking jam tarts surrounded by fruit. I think the box is quite attractive if you're bothered about things like that, certainly it wouldn't be a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/05/12, updated on 10/05/12 (Very useful, 35 readings)
Everybody likes a jam tart, well thats mostly true and i have to say i do like a jam tart and i normally make my own however when i was in asdas this week that jam tarts were on offer at only 50p which is a pretty good saving as there normally 78p The packaging in the picture isnt the same as whats in my store it just a plastic wrap over the jam tarts but i havent noticed that thay are changing the all the asda brand packaging so maybe we are just a little behind the presentation of the jam tarts is ok they come in tinfoil cases and are stacked in 3 piles of 2 which a card insert am guessing this is to stop them from sticking in the pack i believe ... Read the complete review
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