Sainsburys Basics Vanilla Ice Cream Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Dessert / Yoghurts
Newest Review: ... you feel happy about ingesting so much junk? Also, better quality ice cream which costs more money makes me feel guilty, and ... more
by - written on 24/05/12 (Very useful, 49 readings)
Out of all things, I am quite picky about the ice cream that I consume, and I cannot stand the taste of cheap, inferior quality ice cream, which unfortunately this product was. However, it is very very cheap for ice cream, considering that the price of vanilla just keeps increasing these days, and I was therefore not too disappointed in something that I was not expecting much from anyway. If you don't feel like spending a lot on a simple cold treat, then this Sainsburys Basics Vanilla Ice Cream may be the option for you. However, though I do like to save as much money on my grocery shopping, ice cream is just something that is worth paying more for a better quality ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/04/10 (Very useful, 40 readings)
My sister was nagging for ice cream when I went shopping the other day, I'd only took a bit of cash out with me so I deffo didn't have enough for anything exciting. I didn't think I had enough for ANYTHING actually and that was the only reason I took a chance on this Basics Vanilla Ice Cream. It comes in a normal sized tub, I think it is a 1 litre tub of ice cream and only cost 69p. I wasn't expecting miracles with it being so cheap but the ice cream is deffo nicer than you think it's going to be. It's not rock hard when you first take it out of the freezer but I recommend you leave it out for a few minutes before you try and dig your spoon in, it bent the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/03/10 (Very useful, 36 readings)
It's nice to have a treat once in a while, but ice cream can be soo expensive, especially when my wife likes the Ben and Jerry's tubs, which she normally devours in minutes. So since going on a economy drive, we decided to give this a go, and its got to be said, we were both impressed. Naturally, we didn't get drawn to this by the eye catching designed packet-because its not. If anything, it's a little off putting, with the Sainsburys Basics style logo and design all mover it, It does little to suggest that a nice tasty ice cream is hiding in the tub-but it is. The tub is 2litres, and it says it soft scoop. Most ice creams, especially cheaper ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/10/09 (Very useful, 67 readings)
I really fancied ice cream and sauce the other day so quickly had a nose at the ice cream freezers in sainsburys. As I am at the moment using most of their basics range I decided to see if they had their own basics ice cream and luckily for me they did. Sitting there in a 2 litre white and orange plastic tub was Sainsburys basics Vanilla Soft Scoop ice cream. As I've said the tub it comes in is the usual basics white and orange nothing spectacular and it is a little thin and flimsy but I'm not eating the tub right! It clearly tells us on the tub that it's Vanilla, Soft Scoop - Simple Flavours do Puddings Favours with a picture of a bowl of ice cream next to it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/04/10 (Very useful, 89 readings)
I bought this ice-cream for my grandchildren for when they come to visit soon, as they love sweets and cakes and I like to give them a treat and I thought I would give this one a try and see if they like it and I have already had a couple of servings as I cannot resist sweet things. It comes in a white plastic tub with the orange and white colours of the Sainsbury's lower priced range of products, and inside it is a white ice-cream which is soft and light and easy to scoop out of the tub and it has a replaceable lid. The tub is a good size approximately 8 inches by 3 inches rectangle shape and for 2 litres it was priced at only 70p and I thought it ... Read the complete review
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