Asda Smart Price Custard Creams Reviews
Product Type: Asda Snacks
Newest Review: ... big and oblong in shape. On the front of the pack we are told that they are Asda Smart Price Custard Creams and that they ... more
by - written on 16/04/11, updated on 16/04/11 (Very useful, 54 readings)
My boyfriend is a right piglet when it comes to biscuits. He will think nothing of eating a whole packet in one sitting and in all honesty I got sick of buying premium brands just to get devoured by him with little care and/or notice....and actually no thanks lol! So the other week I made a decision. Anything he simply scoffs I will buy from now on as cheap as possible which will save me a few quid a week when he comes to stay and also really to test him....will he even notice after-all that I'm bying economy stuff? The Packaging: The packet is white and bright green plastic and rather big and oblong in shape. On the front of the pack we ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/01/11 (Very useful, 73 readings)
As a not so well off student, I have recently begun to try some more of Asda's own brand products. I am a great lover of snacks, even though they are terribly bad for you so I decided to try quite a few of the cheap packets of biscuits. Sometimes, I think Smartprice products are hit and miss so I was prepared to be disappointed with their biscuits. This product comes in plain white packaging with the well known green asda writing on. There is no picture of the product inside so if you have never tried these, you really have no idea what you are in for. Most people know what custard creams look like already but if you don't, look on another, more expensive ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/05/10 (Very useful, 47 readings)
Asda, like the majority of supermarkets these days, has a budget range of products which it calls 'Asda Smart Price'. The range is cheap and sometimes offers excellent value for money and sometimes appalling value for money. Thankfully, as we are a high biscuit consumption household (as some of you may know by now), the Smart Price Custard Cream Biscuits fall into the earlier category, and are a steal at 30p for 400g. Asda Smart Price products are easy to find (only in Asda mind you), being packaged in very plain green and white packaging, with the words 'Asda Smart Price' clearly identifiable. There's no hiding the fact that the Smart Price Custard Creams ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/05/10 (Very useful, 11 readings)
Due to financial difficulties in recent months i have been forced to watch the pennies even more so than before, i have always liked a good bargain and in my opinion Asda smart priced as always proved this and always purchase this brand where ever possible as they offer the best value for money without compromising on the taste, this has proved no exception with the smart price custard creams. I have tried most of the makers of biscuits but find that they all taste the same despite the difference in the prices; I will from now on be purchasing these ones as i now believe with the other brands you are paying for the label, instead of the biscuit itself. The packaging is .. Read the complete review
by - written on 20/01/10 (Very useful, 16 readings)
These custard creams are in a no frills packaging with a white packet with a res sash. It simply states custard creams, so its easy to spot in the buscuit aisle, usually sat on the bottom shelf with the more expensive ones to hand. Custard creams are basically two plain sweet biscuits sandwiched together with a dollop of cream in the middle. Some people prefer to "dunk" , some just to bite, some prefer to pull off the plain part and lick the cream, i prefer to put it all in my mouth at once and chew. They are not crumbly when dunk and dont get so soggy that they fall in youe tea, they have a sweet, gorgeous taste, one to savour and I must ... Read the complete review
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