Asda Profiteroles with Chocolate Sauce Reviews
Product Type: Asda Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Type: Other Desserts / A pastry with whipped filling, topped with rich dark chocolate sauce.
Newest Review: ... for when u fancy a dessert. They are really quick to defrost and take i believ 1.5 hours at room temperature. They look ... more
by - written on 13/01/10 (Very useful, 52 readings)
It's hard to get profiteroles wrong admittedly, because even if the pastry isn't well constructed, cream is cream and chocolate is chocolate, and together they make for a pretty damn delicious combo. Thankfully, Asda have also managed to get the pastry right, making for a triple header of sumptuousness (is that even a word!?) that cements the fact that Asda's own products are actually of merchantable quality! Profiteroles are small balls of pastry (although can also be long tubes also), filled with cream, and then often covered with other adornments, which here is chocolate sauce. It is a simple dessert but a very tasty one, and incredibly cheap here, as a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/09/09 (Very useful, 31 readings)
When we got our Asda order delivered I was pleased to see my mum had ordered the profiteroles that I had asked for because I love profiteroles and they were only £1.00 for 16 profiteroles. They are frozen so you have to take them out to defrost but that doesn't take long and we ate ours as soon as all the ice had gone but while the cream was still proper cold. I think that for £1.00 they are wicked because they are proper tasty and not much different from some I had in the carvery the other day. The choux pastry is soft and the cream has got a smooth vanilla flavour that is a bit like vanilla ice cream when you eat them still cold like we did. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/01/10 (Useful, 36 readings)
The perfect dessert. For a good while i have been buying them for £1 for 16. They are in the frozen section so ae ideal to keep in the freezer for when u fancy a dessert. They are really quick to defrost and take i believ 1.5 hours at room temperature. They look exactly like they do on the box. You get 2 sachets of chocolate sauce and its a good amount. So if u wanted u could use half of them at a time. The choc sauce is easy to heat i even just pop it in hot water from the tap for less than a minute and its lovely glossy smooth sauce. The pastry is really soft and the creamy filling inside is lovely! I am a big fan of these and love them ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/11/08 (Useful, 22 readings)
I am a bit of a baker myself, and there is nothing i like better than making french desserts. Soemtimes though when there are no ingredients or i can't be bothered, ASDA IS THE PERFECT SOLUTION! I absolutely adore profiteroles and the first profiterole product i ever tried was a profiterole gateau as asda which was just heavenly. I was with my dad nosing around in the freezer aisle for other profiterole goodies and noticed these. I was absolutely spellbounded at the price....£1! Asda have a lot of desserts in this price range, some of which i have tried before and were amazing so i pciked them up. The pack contains about 15-20 profiteroles and 2 sachets ... Read the complete review
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