Hartley's Raspberry Jelly Reviews
Product Type: Hartley`s Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Brand: Hartley's / Type: Jelly
Newest Review: ... that I have used, is a good old blast from the past that hasn't changed since I was a nipper...Hartley's Raspberry Jelly. == ... more
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by - written on 22/05/10 (Very useful, 47 readings)
-Introduction- I love hartley's jam, so when choosing a jelly to buy, this was the natural choice. I am a fan of strawberry and orange jelly, but bored of the same old, so I thought I would give raspberry a go instead! It comes in a 135g cardboard box. Inside the jelly is sealed in a plastic packet. The jelly is a block, with 12 smaller blocks which can be 'pulled' off. -Positives- The flavour of this jelly is so rasberry! It's really yummy! AND the product contains no artificial colours which is great! It has a lovely rapsberry colour and taste. YUM! The packet is nice and small, no wasted packaging. What you see ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/07/09 (Very useful, 94 readings)
I hadn't had jelly in a while, and there's always a pack in the cupboard. I was a little disappointed to find that it had obviously been sat in there feeling unloved for too long because it was out of date so I bought another one. I didn't have to think about which brand to buy; Hartley's is my first choice every time, partially out of habit and partially because I can trust that it's reliable. From it's birth in 1871, Hartley's has produced a well-known range of jellies that are probably the most purchased of all brands. The range has since expanded to include several flavours, as well as sugar-free versions with less calories. Raspberry is usually ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/07/09 (Very useful, 37 readings)
I love jelly and there is something so special about making it from scratch. There are many versions of jelly in the Hartley's range including ready to eat pots and low calorie versions however the most traditional and my favourite are the blocks you have to make yourself. One flavour I have tried is the raspberry! The jelly can be found in all supermarkets including Tesco, Asda, Ocado etc. They can be found in the aisle alongside all other jellies and products such as angel delight. In Tesco they are often along the frozen aisle in their own little shelves. Outside the freezers of course! They come in a pack weighing 135g, and this costs only 28p. I think ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/12/08 (Very useful, 53 readings)
All of my family like jelly and I usually try to make sure I have some in the fridge as a low calorie, low fat, sweet snack. I have tried granules, which I found were difficult to totally dissolve and so I returned to the old fashioned jelly blocks. I've tried the supermarket value versions which don't offer a strong flavour (plus you can pretty much only get them in strawberry and raspberry flavours) but do offer the benefit of being really really cheap. Not worth the trade off I thought on balance so I switched to the standard supermarket version. I was fairly happy with this in terms of price and quality but when I saw that Hartley's raspberry were on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/09/13 (Very useful, 43 readings)
Mum seemed to always be making things in the kitchen, home cooked meals, cakes, puddings. The kitchen was a right hub of activity when I was growing up. One of the favourite things my mum used to make, was trifle, she even left the fruit out because she knew I wouldn't eat it, ah those were the days. Now that I have a child of my own to look after, I try to replicate what my mum did, by trying to cook and bake things for my daughter from scratch, it's also good to teach your child where food comes from and how certain dishes are made. One of the main ingredients that I have used, is a good old blast from the past that hasn't changed since I was a nipper...Hartley's ... Read the complete review
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