Sainsburys Taste The Difference Lemon Drizzle Cake Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Dessert / Yoghurts
Newest Review: ... of cakes on offer, the lemon drizzle cake just stood out to me. After opening it out of the packaging, you get a small cake ... more
by - written on 08/03/08, updated on 31/08/11 (Very useful, 214 readings)
I have to confess that I have a bit of a passion for Sainsbury's Taste the Difference Lemon Drizzle cake. In fact, when ever I have the slightest excuse for a celebration I can't resist buying it when I am in Sainsburys. If you like cakes and the taste of lemon, I'm sure you'll like it too. The cake is part of the Sainsburys Taste the Difference range and therefore is slightly more expensive than your average run of the mill cake. However, just lately, I seem to have come to the conclusion that there are somethings in life that are definitely worth paying a little extra for, and that includes lemon drizzle cakes! The packaging is pretty good as it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/03/08 (Very useful, 102 readings)
Now I'm not a big fan of cakes bought from shops as a rule and as a stay-at-home mummy I ought to be ashamed of myself buying any really. I do make cakes when I know we've got people coming round, but as I'm trying to lose weight at the moment buying them or making them often is a bit of a bad thing, as it is impossible not to eat them once they are there. But Sainsbury's Taste the Difference range Lemon Drizzle cake is great for a shop bought cake - though it does taste shop bought it is moist and rich and not too sweet, so it's pretty yummy. I bought some over Easter to thin out the chocolate a bit and I have to say it is really delicious. It isn't a good ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/04/10 (Very useful, 99 readings)
My mum asked me what I fancied as we were going to have a treat after our Sunday meal, I wasn't sure so I asked for a surprise but said I'd fancy some sort of cake but nothing too heavy. When she got back from the weekly shop my mum had bought a lovely looking Lemon Drizzle Cake from Sainsbury's and I couldn't wait to try it. Price: This cake was £1.99 for a cake which serves 6 quite decent portions actually. I didn't think this was a particularly bad price for the cake as it is in the Taste the Difference range at Sainsbury's, obviously thought it's not as cheap as other cakes out there. Packaging: The Lemon Drizzle Cake comes in a recyclable ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/12/08 (Very useful, 287 readings)
The Sainsburys Taste The Difference Lemon Drizzle Cake is stylishly packaged in the classic maroon of the `Taste the Difference Range`. The box is constructed from recyclable card and the cakes nestles inside of the box in a covering of plastic film. Sainsburys Taste the Difference range is marginally more expensive, but If I am not on one of my budgeting weeks i`m more than happy to pay the extra for that little bit of something special. A slice of cake goes hand in hand with a cup of afternoon tea, like many of you we like to ring the changes and will often have a Mr Kipling's Manor House Fruit cake or even some French Fancies. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/09/08 (Very useful, 172 readings)
My sweet tooth will lead me to strange places (most notably the dentist), but I also love Bakewell tart and anything with lemon in it. Therefore I cannot resist offering round my opinion on this lovely Lemon Drizzle Cake. Despite having barely survived a GCE in Home Economics, I love home made cakes. My mum's are the best - obviously, that goes without saying - but since I am quite busy it seems too stressful to try and bake my own. Home Econonmics put me through the mill of baking, pastry making, the whole gamut from profiteroles to wholemeal quiche (suited to the taste of a teenage vegetarian). Lemon drizzle cake is a basic sponge mix, based on the classic ... Read the complete review
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