Hartley's Sugar Free Raspberry Jelly Crystals Reviews
Product Type: Hartley`s Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Brand: Hartley's / Type: Jelly
Newest Review: ... Acid, Salt There is also a warning that it contains a source of Phenylalanine (details taken from Tesco groceries ... more
by - written on 01/12/13 (Very useful, 61 readings)
*Purchase* This is a review of the raspberry flavour jelly crystals made by Hartley's. They come in a double sachet for which I paid 75p for. There are different flavours in the range including orange, lemon and lime, strawberry and blackcurrant. You can purchase blocks and also ready made pots of jelly. Recently there has been a new quick set version of the crystals that has come out (quick setting as in they set in an hour). Whilst I like the pots - they are nice and convenient, they are a bit more costly than the sachets. I tend not to use much of the blocks as they take a longer time to set than the crystals. The blocks are really good ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/06/10 (Very useful, 672 readings)
I started using Hartley's Sugar Free Jelly Crystals when I was on a low fat / low carbohydrate diet and was struggling to find things that were satisfying my cravings for "something sweet". As the packet states that there is less than 10 calories per serving and no added sugar I thought it would be an ideal product to try. I routinely now buy the jelly crystals every week and tend to stick to the orange and raspberry flavours which I feel are the most fruity. You can get them in all major supermarkets, but I buy mine from Tescos for 39p for a double sachet. They're handy to have in the cupboard and at that price it doesn't break the bank either. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/02/10 (Very useful, 226 readings)
A low calorie sweet treat for all the family! *The Product* Hartley's Sugar Free Raspberry Jelly Crystals are little crystals when mixed with water and left to set, create jelly. The jelly can be put into moulds, you can add fruit, have it on its own or add to a dessert such as triffle. *The Packaging* The crystals come in a duo sachet pack for 2 individual servings. Each side contains 23g. The front of the packaging has Harley's in their normal green banner and also tells us the name of the flavour and the fact that it is sugar free in big bubble effect letters. At the bottom of the packaging it states that there is less than ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/11/09 (Very useful, 579 readings)
Well Hartleys are very well known for their Jams and especially their Jellies, kids love them, adults love them, most people love them. This was a favourite in my house when my children were little and not feeling to well, especially if they had a sore throat, as this just glides down easily. You could only buy these years ago in a hard jelly square that was cut into cubes so you could break them off easily and then pour hot water over to melt. This would take a few minutes to melt down, but nowadays you can buy the jelly in sachets in a powder form. The one I have today is the Hartleys Sugar Free Raspberry flavour Jelly, which comes in two ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/06/09 (Very useful, 431 readings)
Goodness, after reading a few negative comments and reviews on dooyoo regarding those who write food reviews, I almost feel I should apologise for yet another food review. But, I won't. I love food and enjoy discovering new products, even though they may not be new to everyone and I'd like to share my thoughts and opinions with those who care to read them. For most of my childhood and ensuing adult hood I've disliked jelly. Whereas my friends would devour the stuff at parties, I'd avoid it like the plague. To me it was like plastic and tasted artificial with little substance. When I grew up and became calorie conscious, I soon discovered sugar free ... Read the complete review
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