Sainsbury's Basics Chocolate Mousse Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Mousse
Newest Review: ... value version they have, so the look of it isnt very appealing nor does it really give you a good idea of what you are ... more
by - written on 12/04/10 (Very useful, 92 readings)
I picked up a pack of these whilst shopping in Sainsburies earlier, largely due to the other reviews on here. Cheers guys, I was not disapointed n the slightest! I have quite a sweet tooth and I like to have some kind of dessert after my evening meal. I am also trying to lose weight, but let's face it, fruit doesn't always cut it. Chocolate mousse, whilst not the healthiest thing in the world, isn't the worse, hence why I picked these up. Basics chocolate mousse can be found in the chilled section of Sainsburies, with the other yoghurts and yoghurt type desserts. It costs 25p for a packet of four, which works out at 6.25p a pot - a price you can't ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/03/10 (Very useful, 41 readings)
I love sweet things to eat as I have a very sweet tooth, and I came across these one day in Sainsburys and they are the Basics range of their products and for the price of only 25p for a pack of 4 I thought I would give them a try as it is very cheap for a multipack and so if I did not like them I could easily throw them into the bin as I would not have lost a fortune. I tend not to like to throw food away as it is such a waste as well as a waste of money. They are sealed together and can easily be broken into seperate pots to eat, each have a brown plastic bottom with a orange and white pull off top, with the logo of the Basics brand. Each pot is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/11/09 (Very useful, 36 readings)
I am constantly looking for new ways to enjoy the things I love and save money and I have recently been introduced to the budget chocolate mousses that the big supermarkets sell. In the past I have purchased aero mousses and other similar ones with 2 or 3 costing around £1 but in Sainsburys you can buy 4 of these 62.5g pots of chocolate mousse for just 25p which I am sure you will agree is a bargain price. The mousses are in individual pots which can just be snapped off from one another and these are a great size for putting in to a lunchbox. The mousses have a plastic lid on them which you just peel back and then you see the airy chocolate mousse ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/11/09 (Very useful, 31 readings)
Sainsbury's basic chocolate mousse --------------------------------------------- Sainsbury's is one of my favourite shopping places and I often roam around the shelf to find something new here. I tried this basic chocolate mousse few months back and really feel little guilty of defining this as a basic product. These Mousse's are just one of the best of the class. This comes in four plastic pots and sealed with a lid with Sainsbury's usual branding. Each pot weighs about 60 gram and the price is around 40 p which is an amazing value for money. Now the important aspect of taste - I would say the taste is really heavenly with very smooth ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/11/09 (Very useful, 15 readings)
I guess I should begin this review by saying a great big thank-you to all my Dooyoo chums for recommending this product so often. I was browsing the 'new review' section and noticed a review for these cheap but very cheerful chocolate treats. To be honest I was quite dubious about these chocolate desserts and was quite surprised by the number of people recommending them on Dooyoo. After shelling out 25p for a pack of 4 (oh yes, that's 6.25p per pot!) I too will be recommending them to everybody and anybody. Normally I don't have the sweetest tooth in the world but occasionally I do fancy something chocolatey after dinner. When you open the pot you get a good ... Read the complete review
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