Heinz Sticky Toffee Sponge Pudding Reviews
Product Type: Heinz Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Type: Puddings / Puddings. 10.5 ounces.
Newest Review: ... it in the microwave for 2-4 minute (depending on the power of your microwave). It really is that simple. Cost These puddings ... more
by - written on 21/08/07 (Useful, 129 readings)
I bought this out of necessity when I was on a college trip in Jersey. Being hopelessly unskilled in everything culinary, I bought it thinking it would be a doddle to cook. It was, once two friends helped me interpret the instructions! I don't think the instructions aren't difficult to follow - I suppose for the complete beginner anything's difficult! What really confused me was the microvaving - I am not in possession of a microwave at home, so the instructions were completely alien to me. Of course, the pudding can be cooked in the oven, but there wasn't enough time. Upon opening the tin, the sweet smell of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/02/08 (Useful, 53 readings)
These puddings are lovely and very easy to cook, you can either cook them in a conventional oven or a microwave. The most difficult part i found was getting the pudding out of the tin. I removed the top of the tin with the tin opener and shook the tin to death, banged it and shook again but the pudding wouldnt budge so i resorted to taking the botton of the tin off with a tin opener aswell and pushed the pudding out. It smells very sweet and looks horrible when you first get it out of the tin, the toffee which sits on the top of the pudding looks like it is a jelly but once it has been heated up in the microwave it melts to a very lovely if somewhat ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/03/13 (Very useful, 91 readings)
I do enjoy my puddings but quite often after cooking a dinner, it is nice to have a dessert that doesn't require much preparation. Packaging As I already mentioned, this product comes in a tin. On the front of the tin there is a rather appealing picture of the Sticky Toffee Pudding as well as all the usual information such as how to cook it. The tins are 300g in size. Cooking This product is cooked in the microwave. To cook, you need to take the cake out of the tin and put it into a microwavable bowl. Then you simply place it in the microwave for 2-4 minute (depending on the power of your microwave). It really is that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/04/10 (Very useful, 129 readings)
Heinz seem to have been making these tinned puddings for as long as I can remember and I can still picture my mum serving them up to me as a child. My favourite used to be the strawberry one, but as this is not suitable for vegetarians, I don't buy it anymore. Heinz Sticky Toffee Sponge Pudding is gorgeous and so easy to make or should I say heat! Remove the can top, marked 'open this end first' and run a knife between the sides of the can and the pudding, to loosen it off. Turn the can over into a microwaveable dish, then open the other end of the can. Push on this end until the sponge drops into the dish. Microwave on full power for around 1 1/2 minutes, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/12/09 (Very useful, 268 readings)
When I was younger the thought of any sponge pudding didn't appeal to me and regularly refused to even taste any preferring to either go without or have something different. As time has gone on though my taste buds and preferences have changed and not so long ago we had one of these Heinz Sticky Toffee puddings for dessert and I absolutely loved it. We have a second tin in our cupboard at the moment and I could really eat it right at this minute but rather than spoil my diet I have decided to write a review about it instead thereby tormenting myself lol. Heinz must have had a rebrand since Dooyoos picture was added as my tin is completely different ... Read the complete review
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