Asda Bramley Apple Crumble Reviews
Product Type: Asda Dessert / Yoghurts
Newest Review: ... size family box. I would suggest that in this one there is enough for 2 Adults, possibly 2 Adults and one child or 3 ... more
by - written on 06/03/11 (Very useful, 87 readings)
When it comes to puddings I simply love them, particulary the hot kind! One of my firm favourites is apple pie and apple crumbles and I'd love to say that I'm a whizz at making them up from scratch myself but quite simply I'm not and when you can buy one costing just a pound and already made up in Asda I often think why bother anyway?! lol This came simply in a black plastic carton with a see-through plastic section over the top of it and in a dark green box and on the front of the box we are told that it is Asda 'Chosen By You' Bramley Apple Crumble 'Sweet bramleys grown in the UK topped with crunchy, butter enriched crumble and then there is a photograph of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/02/10 (Very useful, 59 readings)
After just sitting down to my normal sunday roast dinner, I am now awaiting my Bramley apple crummble. Every Sunday its the same, the meat of my roast may change but the pudding never does. The packaging is slightly different from the one pictured above. There is a picture of the finished apple crumble of the box which is green. the Writing is white and green positioned in a black box just to the and above the picture. This states the Brand which is Asda and the name of the product and the fact that it serves 4 people. Im not to sure about this as me and my partner seem to be able to finish it off between the 2 of us. It also states that it has no artificial ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/12/09 (Very useful, 111 readings)
Apple crumble and custard, apple crumble and cream or apple crumble and ice cream - take your pick. I would choose to enjoy a bowlful of hot apple crumble that is smothered in rich, creamy custard. We both enjoy hot puddings and the Asda Bramley apple crumble is one of our regular buys. Apple crumble is easy enough to make but when you are short of time or the inclination then the Asda crumble is a good stand by. There is nothing fancy about the crumble at all, Asda have produced a good hearty fruit crumble that is large enough for three helpings for the princely sum of just under 90p, add a few pence for the topping and you have a tasty and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/03/09 (Very useful, 539 readings)
Review of Asda Bramley Apple Crumble This is not a product that I would normally buy myself bordering on the side of being calorie conscious, however my mother recently bought this crumble to serve as a dessert when we were visiting. In the interests of review readers I felt it deserved a review as it was surprisingly good! ==The product== A traditionally styled apple crumble, presented in a foil dish ready for oven cooking at home from frozen. The product strap line reads "A sweet Bramley apple filling with a crunchy butter enriched crumble topping" I couldn't put it better myself! ==Packaging, cooking ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/06/11 (Very useful, 105 readings)
I have always loved Apple Crumble. I like Apple pie too but just prefer the crumbly bits to a pie crust.. I have eaten many different brands of Apple Crumble and am sometimes disappointed so I usually end up buying the ones I am used to and have what I am looking for. What I really like in an Apple Crumble are plenty of the crumbles topping and I also like the apple to be in smaller pieces and not big chunky pieces. I was in Asda the other day and I fancied an Apple Crumble. I came across this one priced at only £1.00 for 400g of product. Its another one of Asda's 'Chosen by you' range and comes in a Green box with a Black stripe across the top. Within the ... Read the complete review
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