Asda's Strawberry Trifle Reviews
Product Type: Asda Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Brand: Asda / Type: Trifle
Newest Review: ... custard, jelly, sponge and strawberries contained with a plastic bowl shape. Sadly there was no sprinkles to be seen which ... more
by - written on 11/12/09 (Very useful, 252 readings)
Trifle tends to become a more frequent dessert for our family during the winter. I have no idea why, but I don't complain. Last night an Asda branded strawberry trifle was cut and dished out shortly after dinner. It had been a fair few months since I last had trifle, so I was excited for the dessert. Until my mother told me it had pieces of strawberry in it. I generally don't like much fruit and always find the idea of fruit in my cakes to be unpleasant. The trifle was quite a large serving ( enough for a family of 5 or more ), costing around £1.50. There was 600g worth of cream, custard, jelly, sponge and strawberries contained with a plastic bowl shape. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/09/09 (Very useful, 165 readings)
At the weekend I just fancied something sweet - yes, I know I am a diabetic but my blood sugar is finally under good control and I had been working hard all day selling lifeboat souvenirs on the prom here in Llandudno! That's my story and I'm sticking to it! Anyway Dave popped out to Asda and came back with one of their strawberry trifles for us to share. The Cost The trifle was a 600g one and cost just £1.74 and I doubt that I could have made one for that price, especially when you factor in the amount of time it would have taken me. Having said that it is very unusual for me to have shop bought trifles - on the rare occasions that I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/01/09 (Very useful, 106 readings)
As you all know the Asda stores are mammoth sized and you need to set an afternoon aside to make the most of your visit. So much to look at and such a vast choice, We must have spent nearly an hour looking around the electronics department. Fairy liquid and Mr Muscle cleaners were all on special offer at ridiculously low prices as you entered the store, many people were stocking up and had a dozen or more bottles in their shopping trolleys. I couldn't even guess how many different types of ready made puddings Asda have on offer, it surely must run into the hundreds. More often than not we have an Adsa Fruit Cocktail trifle, but there ... Read the complete review
by Dennis - written on 30/10/08
Overall the trifle was rather delicate and soft, the cream was whipped into shape and rather tasty, then came the custard, very nice 9/10 abit sickly but good quality. But the main problem with Asda's Strawberry Trifle is the spongey bit. It completely spoils the eating experiance and turns a delicious desert into a disasterous one. The sponge was airy and dry and i only like sponge with no air. I am not an expert on cooking although my brother has a GCSE in food technology and he believes that i have a valid point when saying that the sponge is a bad point of a traditional British pudding. I would urge Asda to think about ... Read the complete review
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