Aunt Bessie's Midweek Minis Yorkshire Puddings Reviews
Product Type: Aunt Bessie's Food
Description:Manufacturer: Aunt Bessie's / Food Type: Other
Newest Review: ... but I guess from the location that it probably was, or that they were just trying to catch people's eye. These come in a ... more
Customer Aunt Bessie's Midweek Minis Yorkshire Puddings Reviews (3)
by - written on 23/03/10 (Very useful, 55 readings)
We caught site of these in Asda lst week. Well I better say the wife did, as she was looking everywhere as usual. Trying to see if any good bargains out there. These were stacked in 1 of the end freezers and cost £1. Not sure if this was a special price, but I guess from the location that it probably was, or that they were just trying to catch people's eye. These come in a plastic bag. It is blue like the other Aunt Bessie's items. The picture on the front looks alright. It makes a face with the food, so I guess showing this to kids may make them want to eat them. As it mentions you get 18 in the pack. After opening the bag I see that they aren't ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/01/10 (Very useful, 23 readings)
I brought these Midweek Mini Yorkshire Puddings in Tesco after I read a review on here about them saying how good they are. I like cooking my 2 year old sister a proper hot meal with gravy when I've got her at dinner time so today after we made a snowman I did her sausage and mash and put her a couple of these in because she LOVES Yorkshire pudding. They come in a bag of 18 and the Yorkshire puddings are very mini, I can't tell exactly because the shape of them is all wrong but I reckon 2 ½ - 3 of these would make up a full proper sized one from Aunt Bessies. They cook dead quick, today I put them in as I was starting the mash and by the time it was all on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/12/09 (Very useful, 81 readings)
As I had over stocked on the fresh chickens from Tesco's a few weeks back, My freezer was bursting as I had frozen them and now needed to make some room ready for Christmas bits and bobs. So I asked my Son and his Girlfriend over for Sunday lunch.That would at least get rid of two of them ( as I had purchased my turkey 9kg and needed to get that in!), so hunting around in Morrisons for some yorkshire pudding ( I would usually make my own, but was on a tight time allowance!)nope they only has the huge ones, so I had to pop into Tesco's on the way home (I know some people will be thinking "well we only have Yorkies with Roast Beef", but my lot love them with any Read the complete review
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