Hartley's Strawberry Jelly Block Reviews
Product Type: Hartley`s Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Brand: Hartley's / Type: Jelly
Newest Review: ... strawberries!). The Hartley's familiar green logo is on the front together with the wording "Strawberry flavoured ... more
by - written on 20/05/10 (Very useful, 536 readings)
I'm more of a savoury person rather than a sweet person but now and again I really do crave something sweet. It doesn't take me much to get my sweet fill but I tend to have this craving for around a week and then it disappears! Currently I'm craving jelly and I have turned to Hartley's as I have always liked their jellies. As much as I like their individual pots I find it too expensive this way so I opted for the strawberry jelly tablet (as it is called!) because I could make individual pots (I have my own little moulds) and eat as and when and not worry about it being too expensive! *** Hartley's *** For as long as I can remember I have always ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/04/10 (Very useful, 113 readings)
I picked up 3 packets of Hartley's strawberry jelly for just £1 the other day as they seemed too good a bargain to miss & I think they usually sell at around 65p. Our local convenience store is normally quite expensive but they often have good deals. To be honest I usually buy Chivers & didn't realise that Hartley's made jelly as well as jam but as I like their preserve I thought I'd get 2 for the storecupboard & I'd make the other up over the weekend - wrong!! When I decided to write a review to tell you how nice it is I thought I'd better taste 1 (of the 12) cubes but have ended up eating half the packet so I'll be making a very small ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/03/10 (Very useful, 225 readings)
Hartleys jelly has been around for years, as we are on quite a tight budget we always go for the cheap brands of jelly, which i am not a big fan of as they dont seem to have much taste! I decided to give hartleys jelly a go when they were on offer in asda for 2 for £1 which i thought was a bargain as i think they are usually about 70p each. We always buy it in strawberry flavour as it is my favourite, but we also love the lime, blackcurrant, raspberry and orange flavours. We always have a few of these in the cupboard as they are such a cheap desert and so easy to make. The instruction on the back of the box suggest two easy ways of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/03/10 (Very useful, 26 readings)
I brought a pack of this strawberry jelly from the shop by me the other day, it was 89p but I think that's a bit over the top and it would be cheaper in the supermarket. I knew it would be a good one because Hartleys stuff is always nice... and I was right, as jelly goes this is delish! It comes in a block and you have to break squares off, the squares are quite big but they come apart easy and when it comes to stirring them into boiling water they dissolve good and you don't have to stir the jelly for very long to get it all in. I did mine with half boiling water and then when it was all dissolved I poured cold water in because that helps it set ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/12/09 (Very useful, 154 readings)
We're not really big pudding eaters in my house - generally I feel that as my daughter gets a dessert as part of her school meal, it's not really neccessary to have one after dinner at home . But at weekends, I do like to make a big bowl of jelly . Lets face it, as desserts go, it's one of the easiest to make - so easy in fact that my daughter now makes it while I supervise,making sure she doesn't scald herself with the hot water . The packaging is as pictured above, and inside is the bright reddish pink 135gjelly block in a clear wrapper, with the block divided into smaller chunks that can be torn apart. Making this is simple, tear apart the ... Read the complete review
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