Farm House Fare Luxury Sticky Toffee Pudding Reviews
Product Type: Farm House Fare Dessert / Yoghurts
Newest Review: ... attractive though perhaps a little old fashioned looking. I suppose it is part of the branding, it does look like it might ... more
by - written on 06/04/10 (Very useful, 115 readings)
We have just had these as part of our dinner. We got them as part of a meal deal from Sainsburys where we could get a main, a side and a dessert for 2 for £5. Individually, I think the puddings were about £2. We found them in the chiller section of the supermarket and the puddings were packaged individually in plastic containers and around this was a cardboard sleeve. I do like the way the puddings are kept seperately as it does mean that if you wanted to eat one and keep one this would be easy to do as the best before date is not for over 6 weeks. The puddings look ever so slightly different to the dooyoo picture and I would imagine that Farmhouse Fare ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/10/09 (Very useful, 52 readings)
Farm House Fare Luxury Sticky Toffee Pudding is a complete delight. You can find it from the chilled food section of supermarkets. It's nicely packaged and looked quite 'premium product' to me, though it's not 100% prepossessing when you first see what's inside the box, as it's packaged like takeaway food, right down to the cardboard lid. (It comes in an oblong aluminium foil carton enclosed in a cardboard outer sleeve.) The colour of the uncooked toffee sauce surrounding the pud is also slightly distressing at first - this looks far too pale - but rest assured, this caramalizes to a beautiful russety brown once it's been heated through. The cardboard outer layers . Read the complete review
by - written on 24/05/10 (Very useful, 67 readings)
I would have to say that this Farmhouse Fare Luxury Sticky Toffee Pudding claims the prize for the nicest shop bought sticky toffee pudding I've tried to date. The price is £3.50, which although at first glance might seem a little steep, I think is actually quite good value considering that actually the pudding is quite large (about the size of a loaf tin) and would serve between four and eight people. It comes in a takeaway-style tin tray with a cardboard lid, and whilst they recommend that you heat it in the oven, you can also remove from the tin and heat in the microwave, which is handy. After heating in the oven for around 20 minutes, the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/04/11 (Very useful, 24 readings)
Availability and Price This product is available from selected supermarkets - I have bought it from Sainsburys a number of times from the chilled desserts section for around £4. Packaging It comes in a tray (which you bake it in) which is inside a cardboard sleeve. The sleeve is reasonably attractive though perhaps a little old fashioned looking. I suppose it is part of the branding, it does look like it might have come from a farm house! Preparation When you want to use the product, you place the tray (on a baking tray) into the over and cook for around 20minutes. When this has been in the oven for a few minutes it starts to smell ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/01/10 (Useful, 57 readings)
Sticky toffee pudding is one of my all time favourite pudding and I was getting sick and tired of eating the heavy stodgy rubbish stuff. I saw this at half price in Tesco and the packaging it quite simple but has a old style country feel to it which appealed to me. So the cardboard sleeve looks nice but when you take it out you may feel a bit dissapointed because it is a simple foil take out container with a cardboard lid but don't be fooled! The pudding it's self looks a nice brown colour but the toffee sauce is really light, this again is nothing to worry about because once it's cooked it goes dark and the gorgeous toffee smell is really strong. The cake is ... Read the complete review
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