Tesco Everyday Value Ice Cream Scoop Reviews
Product Type: Tesco in Homeware
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Ice cream scoop
Newest Review: ... spoon. ===The Ice cream Scoop=== The scoop is what I would call a medium size and creates medium balls of ice cream. I've ... more
Customer Tesco Everyday Value Ice Cream Scoop Reviews (12)
by - written on 17/03/13 (Very useful, 14 readings)
Introduction: During the summer months I decided to start using an ice cream scoop to make good looking deserts as the table spoon is absolutely hideous at making ice cream based deserts. I would usually eat packaged ice cream cones. But after buying this cone from Tesco my perspective of ice cream eating has completely changed. The price: This scoop is price at £2.50 at tesco. This is a normal price for such a good product for the price as asda sell very cheap and slightly useless plastic scoops for 70p and sainsburys usually price theirs at £3.50. As you can see the price is reasonable comparing to other competitors. Ease of use and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/10/12 (Very useful, 33 readings)
==Tesco Everyday Value Ice Cream Scoop== We love ice cream in this house and we are also a big dessert fans which means most days after dinner we end up having something a little sweet to end the meal with. When I was growing up we had a lot of desserts too which is probably why I have carried on the tradition. I always remember mum having a proper ice cream scoop which was why when I saw this in Tescos for a mere 75 pence I couldn't help but buy it! The scoop itself is a pretty basic contraption and it consists of a black plastic handle and metal scoop and one end. There is a hole in the handle to allow for the scoop to be hung up if you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/02/13, updated on 11/02/13 (Very useful, 46 readings)
I've had a few ice cream scoops in my kitchen draw over the years.. one I found perfect for using was a plastic white one which had a lever to push the ice cream out of the scoop and was quite handy.. however after using it quite a lot, the white scoop started turning yellow after all the washes it had and it was beginning to look quite grubby that I binned it and searched for another one. I found this ice cream scoop in Tesco, I thought I bought it for £2 but reading previous reviews everyone is stating between 70p-£1 so maybe that's the correct price or I bought it before the price was reduced. The ice cream scoop is pretty basic, but does the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/02/13 (Very useful, 36 readings)
I really love ice cream and I always find that a regular spoon just does not scoop it out of the tub as well as a proper ice cream scoop does. When stocking up for my university flat, I picked up one from Tesco (Tesco Everyday Value Ice Cream Scoop). At the time, this cost me about 70p although as it was a while ago now, it could have gone up in price. I don't physically go into Tesco anymore and I can't find it on the website to be able to check the price. As this is a Tesco Value product, the ice cream scoop is very basic looking. The handle is made from black plastic, which has a hole in the bottom so you can hang it up. The handle is just long enough for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/12/12 (Very useful, 51 readings)
I am partial to a bowl of ice cream, particularly when sat at home watching a film in the evening. The only gripe I've had with this is that my ice cream always seems to be rock solid and my cutlery isn't the toughest, many of spoons have bent where I have tried to get the ice cream out of the tub. When I spotted this ice cream scoop in Tesco I thought it would be a perfect alternative to bending all of my spoons. The ice cream scoop currently costs around the 75 pence mark. It is available to buy from Tesco stores or online if you do your shopping that way. The ice cream scoop is nothing special to look at with a black handle and silver spoon, it ... Read the complete review
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