Aunt Bessie's Bramley Apple Pie Reviews
Product Type: Aunt Bessie's Dessert / Yoghurts
Newest Review: ... above £3.00 so £1.49 for a good sized pie that happily serves four isn't bad at all. I wish the smaller one was available ... more
by - written on 21/10/12 (Very useful, 60 readings)
I can't think of anything better than a steaming, sweet, crumbly apple pie after Sunday lunch on a cold afternoon. So that's why when I was in Tesco's last week and knew I would be cooking today for the family I picked one up, and who better to turn to than old Aunt Bessie for a classic dessert that the whole family favour? ~ Aunt Bessie's~ Aunt Bessie's were the first producers of the frozen Yorkshire pudding in 1974. Aunt Bessie's is now part of the limited Jackson food group and now produce more than 20 million Yorkshires a week, as well as its other delicious accompaniments, meals and desserts. Aunt Bessie's produce a huge variety of frozen ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/04/10, updated on 19/04/10 (Very useful, 131 readings)
INTRODUCTION My Mum and I fancied an apple pie for pudding one Sunday lunch, so on a recent shopping trip to Waitrose I paid a visit to the frozen desserts section. Initially, I looked for an own brand version which was out of my price range, so I thought again. Then, I came across an Aunt Bessies's Apple Crumble, but I had one of those (though a different brand) the other week then I came across the Apple Pie. AVAILABILITY Aunt Bessie's Bramley Apple Pie cost £1.79 in Waitrose and can be found in the frozen desserts section of all good supermarkets. At the time of writing, Waitrose had this product in a 2 for £3 offer, but I didn't have ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/03/10 (Very useful, 120 readings)
When going to a friend's house a few weeks ago I was stuck on what to take over in the way of dessert. It was quite recently that they had been to my house and we had a cheesecake so I did not want to go down that route, after having a good look around in my local Tesco I was spoilt for choice really but as this was a few weeks ago now and knowing that the weather forecast was going to be rain, wind and generally not a nice day I decided to go down the traditional route of an apple pie, you can not beat a bit of warm apple pie and custard! I was also aware that when buying an option of dessert for not just me but other people as well that something like an apple pie is .. Read the complete review
by - written on 06/07/09, updated on 06/07/09 (Very useful, 95 readings)
I buy lots of Aunt Bessie's ready-made products. It is not that I am lazy, or a particularly bad cook, or that I feel the need to save time and "cheat" like Delia - although these are all valid reasons; my reason is based purely on cost. I often find that to make something from scratch, in addition to the main ingredients, many recipes demand a pinch of this or a teaspoon of that and by the time I have finished buying all these ancillary spices and seasonings (many of which never get used again), it is far cheaper to buy the item ready made. With this in mind I bought an Aunt Bessie's Bramley Apple Pie priced at £1.99 along with a carton of Aunt ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/06/09 (Very useful, 37 readings)
I'm a huge fan of the Aunt Bessie's range in general, especially their yorkshire puddings, potatoes and glazed parsnips. So obviously I expected to really like this Aunt Bessie's Bramley Apple Pie as well. It looks delicious on the box, it's convenient to store as it's a frozen pie, and it only costs £1.95 in Tesco for a pie big enough to serve the whole family comfortably. My first grumble with this pie was that it took nearly an hour to cook. The packaging recommends you cook it from frozen, and suggests it takes 45-50 minutes to cook. It was more like an hour for us. We put it in as we were serving the dinner, and then all had to wait another twenty ... Read the complete review
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