Birds Eye Supermousse Reviews
Product Type: Birds Eye Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Brand: Birds Eye / Type: Mousse
Newest Review: ... other difference is the sauce. Specifically, there's a lot less of it. My childhood manner of eating a Supermousse was to eat ... more
by - written on 16/11/10 (Useful, 35 readings)
Like others, I can remember Supermousse from childhood and really enjoyed them when I was younger. I was happy to hear that they'd made a comeback and bought a stawberry and vanilla pack from Tesco. The thing is, the recipe seems to have changed and it's really not for the better. Where I distinctly remember a creamy mousse - in terms of both flavour and texture - the new stuff is almost flavourless and has a strange, almost icy consistency. Perhaps back in the 80s/90s they were using ingredients that are frowned on today. I can't think of another reason why they'd have opted for this recipe otherwise. The other difference is the sauce. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/03/10 (Very useful, 18 readings)
I can't remember Birds Eye making these, but remember the Supermarkets Value range sold 10 of these little Mousse tubs for about £1. I actually had some of those recently as they were a blast from the past, and when I saw that these ones were new out then we just had to try them. It was more the wife and her buying the new thing that was on offer. These seemed pretty expensive at a normal retail price of £1.49 for the 4 Mousses, but they were on offer for £1. They are in the freezers and next to the other frozen desserts. The pack for these was ok. They were in an outer wrapper which was colourful enough. It stood out next to the other ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/03/10 (Very useful, 79 readings)
When I was a little lad I used to eat these all the time and then one day birds eye just stopped making them, I don't really know why. But the good news is that they are back on the market. Other good news is that they are bigger than they used to be. They now have a bigger circumference and are also deeper, meaning more mousse! For those of you who have never had them before, they are not like your average mousse that you eat from the fridge. With this one you can keep them for a lot longer as you are supposed to freeze them and then 30 minutes before you eat it just remove it and let it stand. I however like to eat them from the freezer and then are ... Read the complete review
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