Sainsbury's Profiteroles With Chocolate Sauce Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Type: Other Desserts / Choux pastry with a creamy filling and a sachet of chocolate flavoured sauce.
Newest Review: ... were ready to eat. They serve up to 4 people but i know my other half could have eaten the whole packet. I opened the ... more
by - written on 07/04/10 (Very useful, 116 readings)
My partner is a huge fan of cream cakes and profiteroles are his most favourite. Walking down the freezer aisle in Sainsbury's I came across these, they aren't an item I would normally purchase but priced at only £2 I decided to give them a go. They took around 4 hours to defrost and they were ready to eat. They serve up to 4 people but i know my other half could have eaten the whole packet. I opened the packaging to see there were approximately 20 profiteroles, they are each around and inch and a half in width. The soft textured pastry of the profiteroles is nice and soft and when broken you will find a lovely thick tasty cream inside. They are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/02/10 (Very useful, 70 readings)
It's Wednesday, and, in need of a mid- week pick me up I popped into Sainsbury's on the look out for something sweet and naughty. On seeing these Profiteroles I was instantly drawn to them, and the picture on the packaging promised everything I wanted so I put a pack in my basket, paid, and made my way home, I couldn't resist these for long, so we ate them just, and they were very yummy indeed! Price: At £2 for the box these seem pretty expensive, but they are meant to serve 4, which is a plenty big enough portion unless you're really needing a sweet treat. I couldn't see any other profiteroles at Sainsbury's when I got these so I didn't have chance to compare ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/01/09 (Very useful, 261 readings)
The Sunday roast is more often than not followed with a light dessert, if any of the family are coming then I try to push the boat out and buy something extra good. Yesterday afternoon we went to have a look in Comet electrical, the washing machine is on the blink again. On the small retail park they have a Marks and Spencer's food outlet, I suggested we go in and take a look around, but I'm sad to say that is all it was...a look around. Their high quality products were all beautifully displayed in the chiller cabinet, a superior selection that needed a superior wallet. Hence the only thing we came out of the store with was a Marks and Spencer's Insurance ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/10/08 (Very useful, 226 readings)
SAINSBURY'S 20 PROFITEROLES WITH CHOCOLATE SAUCE Cost: £1 (@ 26.9.08) for a box of 20 and a sachet containing 68g chocolate sauce NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION (per serving of 5 profiteroles with 17g chocolate sauce):- Calories: 270 Kj: 1124 Protein: 4.2g Carbohydrate: 24.8g - of which sugars: 16.7g - of which starch: 4.5g Fat: 17.0g - of which saturates: 10.8g - of which mono-unsaturates: 4.8g - of which polyunsaturates: 0.8g Fibre: 1.0g Salt: 0.2g - of which sodium: 0.06g INGREDIENTS: Reconstituted skimmed milk, whole milk, butterfat, sugar, water, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/12/08 (Very useful, 161 readings)
I really like Profiteroles, but I wasn't so keen on these ones. Surely they are all the same product? Not so. These are sold in Sainbury's and cost £2 a box. I got these on buy one get one free a few weeks ago. These are frozen and have 20 Profiteroles in the box. I wouldn't say that I thought £2 was expensive for this product, but I usually buy Asda's ones and they cost £1 for 20 and they are also frozen. Anyway they were worth it a bit more since they were on offer. There is a seperate sachet of Chocolate sauce and to look at the sauce it looked pretty thick. It was also really dark brown, so looks a bit rich chocolate. It's not long to ... Read the complete review
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