Askeys Ice Cream Cornets & Cones Reviews
Product Type: Askeys Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Type: Ice Cream / Top your cone with your favourite ice cream flavour!
Newest Review: ... promising them as a treat we can have at home! I came across the Askey brand of cones and cornets in my local Sainsburys and ... more
by - written on 26/04/09 (Very useful, 258 readings)
I love this time of year, the weather usually improves and we finally get a little bit of sunshine. In addition a bored six year old can finally get outside and play in the garden. Usually however he invites the entire street to come and play with him also which inevitably means that I end up spending a fortune on buying ice lollies and ice-cream cones for them all. I was shopping in my local Morrison's and decided that to save myself a fortune this year that I would invest in a rather large tub of ice-cream, a metal scoop and some Askeys cones. It is these that I will now review. The shelves were full of this type of product however the reason that I chose ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/05/08 (Very useful, 161 readings)
In the constant quest for "something different" ice cream wise, I found these little beauties hidden amongst the jellies and instant whips at my local Asda store. The product I will now review are "Askeys party cones". ~~~~~~ THE PACKAGING ~~~~~~ These come in a large rectangular box, blue and bright green in colour, on the front is the "askeys" brand name at the top over looking the product name. The title simply states "21 party cones", the 21 and the cones part of the text is a cream colour but the party part is in vivid and eye catching colours. In the right hand corner there is a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/08/11 (Very useful, 51 readings)
*** I once picked these up on whim whilst trolling the ice cream section. At the cheap price of £0.99 for 21 cones, it didn't seem like a bad deal. I also wanted that experience of scooping out some ice cream and plonking it onto a cone from the comforts of my own kitchen...strange? Perhaps. But I have never regretted buying this product, as I have found that it goes well with almost any ice cream. Packaging: Seven cones are wrapped in three foil wrappers and packaged in a cardboard box. The cardboard box is much like a cereal box, easy to open and close in the same way a cereal box does. I find that when the foil wrap is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/05/13 (Useful, 39 readings)
Now I have children ice creams are one of the many items on their most wanted list, especially on warmer days. If you buy them from a van or cafe they can be very expensive so I have resorted to making them at home and promising them as a treat we can have at home! I came across the Askey brand of cones and cornets in my local Sainsburys and they are now a store cupboard favourite. We use the ice cream cornet cups which come in a box of 21 - 3x7 in foil packaging which means you can keep them fresher for longer as they can go soggy if not sealed. They come in a blue cardboard box and are priced at £1.20 so a fraction of what you would pay for one from an ice ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/12/12 (Useful, 38 readings)
I love ice cream no matter what the weather. In fact, there is something much more satisfying about cold ice cream in the winter months. Since the ice cream van doesn't come during the winter, I end up buying shop bought ice cream cones and then fill them up myself with my desired flavor, usually mint chocolate chip. The brand that I usually buy cones from is called 'Askeys' and they are very easily found in big superstores. I purchase mine from Tesco for 75 pence. That is 75 pence for 21 cones. Pretty cheap considering they come nicely packaged in a big blue box and are sealed inside with plastic foil to ensure that they are crispy when you purchase them. I have to ... Read the complete review
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