Asda Smart Price Chocolate Mousse Reviews
Product Type: Asda Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Brand: Asda / Type: Mousse
Newest Review: ... Mousse, ingredients, allergy advice, weight (240g) and contact details for Asda are given. Cheap looking packaging this is ... more
by - written on 11/09/11 (Very useful, 65 readings)
My son has always been a big fan of yoghurts but he never tried a chocolate mousse until recently when I was having one and he wanted to try a bit. I like him to have different tastes and treats every once in a while and on discovering that he absolutely loved this mousse I was exceptionally pleased. I buy them regularly and as such will be reviewing them today. *~* Price and Availability *~* These are available exclusively from Asda stores as they are a smartprice product, although similar versions are available from other stores. They cost just 26p for a pack of four. Yes that small, it doesn't break the bank but it is a nice treat ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/12/09 (Very useful, 26 readings)
When my children finish all their evening meal I will allow them to have a dessert. I find this is a great incentive to make them eat all their greens!! Whilst some days I may make a desert like bread and butter pudding. Other days I simply don't have the time and so on busy days, my children will have a pot of chocolate mousse as a sweet dessert. I used to use other branded chocolate mousse. But whilst shopping I have been sampling more and more smart price alternatives. As generally, I find that the smart price products are very good value for money. Packaging The packaging is the same in colour as all other smart price products. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/11/09 (Very useful, 11 readings)
I'm eating one as I write this. . First of all, looking at the previous ratings for this product, I'm really suprised that it hasn't received higher ratings. These yoghurts are a regular on my weekly shop, and cost 32p for four pots. The packaging is relatively standard, and design is in line with the ASDA Smart Price range (a white background, with green writing and trim), with a simple picture of a broken chocolate cube on the front. Another important factor to mousses is the texture, and I am fairly impressed with this product. Not overly thick, but light, which, in my opinion, is exactly what you want from a mousse. I really enjoy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/11/09, updated on 17/11/09 (Very useful, 60 readings)
I picked some of these up from Asda earlier today. For the last couple of months, I'd been shopping at Sainsburys, as it was nearer to my home and I wanted to try out their range of products, but today was to cold for walking to the supermarket, and once I was on the bus, I figured I'd get the most out of my bus fare and go to Asda instead . I like to save my pennies! So, imagine the look on my face when , after months of shopping elsewhere, I noticed how expensive Asda is on some of their smart-price stuff - These were 32p for 4 , with their Sainsbury's rivals coming in at just 25p for 4. These pots are quite dull, white plastic with the green and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/11/09 (Very useful, 26 readings)
Being a student with a sweet tooth : a cheap treat is a luxury in my books. Whilst ordering for my shopping online (I don't have a car), I decided to treat myself on some non essential food, as it was so cheap and from the economy range! Amongst some other sweet value treats (which I will also review in the future) I bought a four pack of the Asda Smartprice Chocolate Mousse which cost me just 32p! A bargain. Obviously the packaging wasn't amazingly pretty - the standard white and green signature colours with the text and a small image of a broken chocolate cube. I found that the actual cartons holding the mousse were not very sturdy and when ... Read the complete review
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