Heinz Beanz Snap Pots Reviews
Newest Review: ... you have to do is simply peel back the film and pop the pot in the microwave for a mere one minute, and there you have it - a ... more
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by - written on 11/08/10 (Very useful, 236 readings)
Beans on toast - can you beat it? When I discovered these little individual pots, I couldn't wait to try them out! *** What are they? *** There are four plastic pots, weighing 200g each, which are joined together, but snap apart easily, and they come housed in a cardboard package. Each pot has a plain, see-through plastic film on the top and the pot is plain blue, so the individual pots are design-free. All you have to do is simply peel back the film and pop the pot in the microwave for a mere one minute, and there you have it - a small, perfectly formed portion of piping hot beans. *** Beany madness? *** But is this convenience ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/03/10 (Very useful, 54 readings)
Heinz snap pot beans Although very expensive compared to just buying a tin of beans. These snap pots version do come in very handy indeed. They come in 200grams portions which is just right for 1 adult. The packaging is a green microvable pot with cellophane top left covered in cardboard with the famous heinz brand on. These are so quick so convenient and so easy to serve up I do love the idea of them. You just pop them in the microwave for a minute and presto they are cooked. These beans are good because they are so healthy and so full of fibre nobody can say they cant be bothered with the hassle of a healthy meal with these ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/10/09, updated on 12/10/09 (Very useful, 63 readings)
I love baked beans and Heinz were the best until they got even better! They started selling their lovely product in microwavable pots with 200g of beans per portion to make it easier and less messy to serve their juicy beans :) Great for snacking as an accompaniment for meals these are sold as '4 Snap Pots', all in rectangle green pots that are cellophane sealed to keep them fresh. You can usually get these with a best before date of a couple of months ahead and they are fine stored in a cupboard... Advertised as low on sugar and low fat plus high in fibre each portion counts as one of your five a day in terms of recommended ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/08/09 (Very useful, 65 readings)
In Tesco recently they had the four packs of Heinz beans Snap Pots for £1 instead of the usual price of £1.77. As I tend to have to buy the small tins of beans anyway these seemed like an ideal solution to either buying a big tin and wasting some, or paying a premium for the priviledge of buying a tiny tin. The idea of the Snap Pots is that they hold the perfect amount of beans for beans on toast and once you've removed the plastic top the whole pot can be popped in the microwave for 1 minute. It's as simple as that! Honestly, it really is simple. I think the idea is fantastic, they live in the cupboard as usual and once I've decided I want beans ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/08/09 (Very useful, 150 readings)
I will be the first to admit that where there is a suitable "value" or own brand product available, I will use it in order to keep my shopping budget down as much as possible. As part of this way of shopping, I believe I have already written about how wonderfully good value Tesco own brand tins of baked beans are. But at the moment, Tesco own brand beans have been relegated to second best, as I am buying Heinz Snap Pots. Basically, these are individual microwave portion of Heinz baked beans, sold in batches of four. Each pot is contains 200g of beans, so the same as one of the small tins of beans you can buy, or half a full size ... Read the complete review
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