Tesco Value Strawberry Cheesecake Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Type: Cheesecake / A digestive biscuit base topped with a cheesecake filling and strawberry sauce.
Newest Review: ... meal because there is little goodness from the desert and a lot of excess fat and sugar. It is good as a treat but not a ... more
by - written on 02/05/11 (Very useful, 75 readings)
There was a time not so long ago (last summer) when I was absolutely obsessed with cheesecake. I loved it so much that I would have it for desert practically every day (I know, not very healthy). As Tesco's is very close to where I live, I get most of my groceries from here. Tesco's have a good collection of cheesecakes. They have the big cheesecakes which are better for when sharing with a group of people or for when people come over. Then there are the smaller individual ones that are much better if only one or two people are going to eat it. I often get the single Tesco value cheesecake because I tend to be the only one wanting to eat it. Also not everyone in my house Read the complete review
by - written on 26/02/11 (Very useful, 31 readings)
I have set myself a little challenge to see how far I can reduce our shopping budget on a monthly basis and as such have been trying a few bits from the Tesco value range to see how they compare. I personally am a huge fan of cheesecake so when I saw this in the fridges I decided to give it a try, it costs 44p for 100g of product. The cheesecake comes in a slightly tapered, transparent plastic pot with a white foiled lid white has a little tab to pull back to open. On the lid there is the Tesco Value logo with a picture of a spoon of cheesecake next to it, underneath it says Strawberry Cheesecake made with real strawberries for a great taste. You get two ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/03/10 (Very useful, 97 readings)
I am always looking for ways to save money on my weekly food bill and have been trying out some of the Tesco value range of products. Last week, whilst shopping I fancied a treat and decided to try a Tesco value strawberry cheesecake. I love the Tesco finest strawberry cheesecake but don't love the price ticket and at just 42p for a 100 gram pot, the value version was not too expensive! Tesco value strawberry cheesecake comes in a small plastic pot with a foil pull back lid. The lid has the uninspiring Tesco value colours of blue, red and white. I think the packaging is cheap and nasty and really doesn't inspire me to want to try this cheesecake. However I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/03/10 (Very useful, 31 readings)
** Tesco Value Strawberry Cheesecake ** I am a big fan of supermarket cheap home brand food products. A lot of our weekly shopping is made up of budget brand stuff. It helps our wages go a lot further so we are always on the look out for other cheap things we can add to the list. The only rule is: it has to be good. Last week we picked up a Tesco Value Strawberry Cheesecake. There was a bit of debate around the trolley as everyone likes cheesecake but my girlfriend is not over keen on strawberries. But the group decision won out and we added one to the trolley. The packaging as you would expect for an item from the Tesco value range was ... Read the complete review
by LAURALILIA - written on 03/06/09
***Tesco Value Stawberry Cheesecake*** I decided to buy this as I love cheesecake, but no one else in my household does. I knew it would probably not be as good as a full size version, but at least I could have a taste of it from time to time. ***What's it like*** It is part of the value range at Tesco and so has the blue and white cheap looking packaging and has the notable VALUE logo. It's shelf life wasn't too long, but that is probably unlucky on my part. It is in a cheap looking plastic tub and has three layers of a type of strawberry gel on top, a soft cheese layer and of course a biscuit base. Calories wise it ... Read the complete review
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