Sainsbury's Basics Rice Pudding Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Dessert / Yoghurts
Newest Review: ... of you. There - that was fun, wasn't it? You can lower your hands now. Anyway, after tea tonight I felt a bit short ... more
by - written on 28/01/08 (Very useful, 135 readings)
Browsing through the shelves in Sainsbury's I really had a fancy on for something sweet pudding wise. I was thinking along the lines of some kind of sticky toffee pudding and custard and terribly high in fat, unhealthy sort of things when I started to think back to when my Mother used to make horrible homemade rice pudding, suitable for diabetics as my Dad was one. However it made me think fondly of tinned rice pudding and I thought I'll get some of that it has to be more healthy than me eating a huge sticky toffee pudding all to myself in one sitting! There were plenty of brands to choose from but still on my mission of trying out economy brands I opted for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/11/10 (Very useful, 128 readings)
I love Rice pudding, I love making my own as it is just such a delicious desert for all the family, I love the canned ones too and I have tried lots of brands, shops own brands and also the branded ones, as I think in a can they are so quick to eat, it is just open the can and eat, just the way I like it to help my sweet craving. I buy this one regularly from Sainsbury's it is their own lower priced product, it comes in a basic looking can, the wrapper is in the usual colours of orange and white for the lower ones, it does not look very attractive but the rice pudding inside is a really nice consistency, it is not a runny pudding, it is solid and it tastes ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/12/09 (Very useful, 78 readings)
My mum is on a mission to try lots of value products from the supermarkets she shops in as she says I am eating her out of house and home with my favourite foods, lol! One of my favourite puddings is rice pudding as it is a yummy and milky dessert that can be eaten hot or cold at any time of the day or night :) I have tried Morrisons value rice pudding and now this Sainsbury's one too and they are both good! My mum says this 425g of Sainsbury's costs only 18p which is awesome, although you can tell the difference in quality a bit compared to Ambrosia or other brands... The tin is in the Basics range so has a plain white label ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/04/09 (Very useful, 309 readings)
Background: Ever since I was a child I have enjoyed the taste of Rice Pudding. In those early days of my life my mother used to make it for us, it was a treat and we used to argue about who would have the skin on top. These days there is a far easier way to enjoy rice Pudding as it comes very conveniently in tins that require little effort and time to produce a satisfying pudding for all the family to enjoy. Price: When Rice Pudding was first made in tins, it was the branded companies that started this trend, they produced a good quality product that was quick and easy to enjoy, hense its popularity. The Supermarkets were soon ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/03/09 (Very useful, 147 readings)
I have always wanted to make my own rice pudding, I absolutely adore the stuff, but as I'm so lazy I just purchase tins instead. I've always stuck to Heinz, for no particular reason and have always enjoyed this brand. But I am constantly looking for ways to save money so when I seen a tin of rice pudding in the Sainsburys Basics brand for just 13p I had to try one out. So upon opening the tin (the same I would a Heinz tin), Yes it was a little runnier than the usual brand I used, but really I expected this. It was more the taste I was concerned about though. The taste was a delight! It tasted creamy and sweet and hell of alot better than what I had ... Read the complete review
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