Rowntree's Fruit Pastille Ice Lollies Reviews
Product Type: Rowntrees Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Brand: Rowntrees / Type: Ice Cream
Newest Review: ... this packet there are 4 lollies all individually wrapped in a plastic wrapper. The cardboard box that the lollies comes in is ... more
by - written on 08/08/11 (Very useful, 160 readings)
Rowntrees As a child I was pretty much a one trick pony as far as sweet treats went, it was chocolate all the way, well.. most of the way Rowntree's fruit pastilles were amongst a very few non chocolate treat that I really enjoyed. My daughters seem to share my taste, and as my youngest is a lollipop fiend she was delighted to see (many years ago now) a lollipop version of her favourite fruit pastilles, we have been buying them fairly regularly ever since. In our house lollipops aren't just a cool summer treat they are enjoyed all year round, as a low calorie refreshing snack, they aren't calorie free, but at 61 calories per lollipop they are not ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/06/10 (Very useful, 88 readings)
In this hot weather we're experiencing at the moment I love nothing more than a nice fruity flavoured ice lolly to cool me down and refresh my taste-buds. They cost a fortune when out and about and so me, now living by the seaside I can actually purchase my own and take mine with me to the beach. ......which saves me a fortune! I spotted these in Asda the other day and a box was on offer for a pound (for four of them) and I decided to get a box for me and my flatmate to try out as I do love Rowntree's Fruit Pastilles yet had never heard of anything frozen by them before! The Packaging: Green coloured box with a picture of one of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/06/10 (Very useful, 85 readings)
In these days of so called British summer it is time to eat an ice lolly and not look a bit weird and strangely out of sync with the rest of the world. So on a rare midly warm day I bought a Rowntrees Fruit Pastille Ice Lollie which comes in at £1 for 4 lollies. They are well a bit of colour in otherwise drab summer day, it is long and thick with bands of colourful fruit layers. The colours are reminiscent of the pastilles with a yellow, red, green, orange and a strange purple/black colour and are assosciated with different fruit flavours. Taste Fruit pastilles are high on fruit flavour with of course seeing a fruit and high on sugar and they are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/06/10 (Very useful, 110 readings)
Recently the weather has started to brighten up, so I thought that I should stock up on ice lollies and ice cream. I was in Tesco and went to the freezer section to see the selection they had. Normally I go to Iceland to get things like this as they are normally cheaper. I was pleasently suprised when I saw that they had offers on a variety of their ice lollies. I was attracted to the 'Fruit Pastilles' lollies because the bright packaging stood out from the rest, plus they were only 99p a box. There are four in a box which makes this a good bargain! I picked up a few boxes as I think it's always grab these kind of things while you can when they are on offer. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/10/09 (Very useful, 50 readings)
I'm not too sure about eating fruit pastilles sweets proper, but Rowntree's do make excellent fruit pastille flavoured ice lollies. These are available in supermarkets in four-packs at a surprisingly variable range of prices. I've paid as little as 99p for 4 when they're on special offer, or even 99p for 6 when they were doing a 'get 50% free!' promotion last summer, but have also seen them selling at the around-two-quid mark for 4, which seems a bit pricey, until you consider that if you buy these exact same ice lollies individually from an ice-cream van, you'll be paying 80p - £1 for just one. Still, personally I wouldn't consider these so far ahead of the ... Read the complete review
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