Del Monte Mango Smoothie Reviews
Product Type: Del Monte Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Type: Ice Cream / Ice cream. Brand: Del Monte. The new Del Monte Strawberry and Banana Smoothie will join the existing Mango and Raspberry variants which have taken the freezer by storm in their first year and delivered sales of £5.3 million. Del Monte ... more
Newest Review: ... we liked the shape, rounded a little like a Solero or Magnum without the chocolate on, and it looks nice and solid on the ... more
by - written on 06/08/07 (Very useful, 724 readings)
When the fact that a friend arriving twenty minutes late for lunch meant that I could not have the mango cheesecake for dessert it meant the end of a friendship, this might seem harsh but over my lifetime I have had many friends but I have never come across the combination of my favourite pudding, cheesecake, with my favourite fruit, mango, so I was not best pleased at his tardiness. I do love pretty much anything mango flavour and hence I was pleased to get hold of a three pack of mango iced smoothie made by the man that likes to say yes at Del Monte. In texture and appearance these iced smoothies reminded me of the orange solaro ice cream, they are about the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/04/08 (Very useful, 197 readings)
Ok, to start off I shall confess....I hate ice cream. Utterly hate it, I think it tastes like cows. There, I've said it - hang, draw and quarter me I don't care, but I refuse to eat it. I'm not very good with dairy milky things in general to be honest. So these ice lollies are an absolute godsend! They are the closest things to ice cream...without tasting anything like ice cream. They are filling, more-ish and an absolute delight to eat. Price I got mine out of Sainsbury's. They were 1.99 reduced to 99p. Bargain! I bought these ones and the strawberry and bannana ones too. (I made the fatal mistake of opening the box on my way home from the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/03/10, updated on 17/03/10 (Very useful, 37 readings)
Ice cream and lollies is not something I usually eat at all really unless it's blistering hot weather (which it really isn't now lol). However my mate likes that sort of thing so when we go shopping together (I am staying with her at the moment) she'll pick stuff up like this and I usually end up trying it. This was something she purchased last week, x's 3 boxes all in one go. Not because they were on offer of anything but because she enjoys them and as she was purchasing them she was raving how healthy they are! The Packaging: Light peach and white box to which the front and the back of the box are the same in appearance. I am told that they are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/11/09 (Very useful, 80 readings)
I'm a sucker for ice cream and ice lollies, especially in summertime. Now that it's colder though. I'm not eating as many, but I have found one which I continue buying all year round. Del Monte Mango Smoothie Lollies come in packs of three, and are not ice lollies. They are iced smoothie lollies. If you were to melt them you'd be left with a mango smoothie, not a load of mango flavoured water. The lollies are priced at £2.29 for a pack of three, which I'm sure you'll agree is very expensive. I found that over the summer, more often than not Tesco had them on offer. I bought them several times for £1 or £1.50 a pack. Currently they have them on 2 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/11/09, updated on 24/08/11 (Very useful, 77 readings)
At this time of year, ice creams and the like don't usually feature too heavily in my shopping basket, but when I see some on special offer, I make room in my freezer. These were reduced at the supermarket - a pack of three 90ml lollies cost £1, about half their regular price. They are long life - the best before date is about two and a half years into the future. Del Monte Mango smoothie are my favourite alternative to ice cream and nicer than ice lollies. Made from 30% mango puree, they are basically a frozen version of a fruit smoothie - smooth and creamy like ice cream, but without the dairy. ===What are the lollies like?=== The smoothies ... Read the complete review
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