Fru Key Lime Pie Reviews
Product Type: Fru Food
Description:Food Type: Pies / Manufacturer: Fru
Newest Review: ... glass ramekin dish that can be washed and reused and the portions are just perfect so as not to overfill you but not to leave ... more
Customer Fru Key Lime Pie Reviews (4)
by - written on 15/08/11 (Very useful, 44 readings)
I like Gu desserts but I do find them costly. However last week in Tesco a pack of two of these key lime pie desserts were reduced to a £1. The key lime pies unlike other desserts come in a glass ramekin. Which once you have finished the pudding you can wash out and re-use. The glass is of very high quality and I have re-used mine several times and they are still going strong. The key lime pie is described on the packet as; an 'exotic biscuit base made with ginger palm sugar, topped with tart Peruvian key lime curd and silky mascarpone cheesecake' When you open the dessert you can smell the zingy limes. What I like about these desserts ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/11/09 (Very useful, 146 readings)
Though there are plenty of benefits to living alone (never having to wait for a shower or fight for the TV remote or clean the kitchen or worry about giving people the wrong impression whilst wandering around in your cheerleader uniform and so on and so forth) one big downside is having no one to share treats with. This, combined with a woeful lack of self control on my part when it comes to all things sugary, means I rarely buy in whole cakes and pies because they disappear rather too quickly. I love cheesecake, and I know you can buy it in smaller packs of slices, but normally it comes in twin packs with two large slabs of the stuff, which is still too tempting. GŁ ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/03/11 (Very useful, 46 readings)
After always seeing these tempting fruity treats in the cream fridge in my local supermarket, I have always been tempted to buy them for a cheeky little treat, although the price tag has generally put me off them. They do look rather small, so paying over £2 for what seems like a bitesize dessert, is rather annoying, although when I saw a pack reduced I just had to take the plunge and buy a pack of these little key lime pies. The packaging is a bright green, with 'Fru' clearly labelled. (Fru is part of the Gu Company, which tend to offer delicious chocolate desserts and snacks). The pack seems quite heavy when lifted to say it's just cheesecake, but that is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/07/12 (Useful, 18 readings)
The Gu Key Lime Pie desserts come in beautiful packaging, the pack of two desserts are presented in a dark black and vibrant green designed box which is very luxurious. Each dessert is presented in elegant glass ramekin dish that can be washed and reused and the portions are just perfect so as not to overfill you but not to leave you needing a second helping. They are slightly more costly than the average dessert but are frequently on offer in the larger supermarkets and are definitely worth the full cost compared with other makes of Key Lime Pie. The dessert it's self is zesty, creamy and thick on top with a beautiful crunchy biscuit butter crust which crumbles and ... Read the complete review
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