Kingsmill Love to toast Crumpets Reviews
Product Type: Kingsmill Snacks
Description:Brand: Kingsmill / Type: Bread / Cakes
Newest Review: ... as shop-brand crumpets are bastardisations and filth across the board, it had to be Kingsmill. Good grief, they're bad. ... more
by - written on 20/04/10 (Very useful, 237 readings)
I am partial to a crumpet in the morning when I get to work and am very loyal to the warburtons brand of crumpet, so imagine my distress when I went to Asda on Monday morning to buy my weekly crumpet fix only to find that there were no Warburtons crumpets on the shelves. Instead, my only options were Asda's own brand or Kingsmill love to toast. Having tasted and enjoyed Kingsmill bread, I decided to opt for this brand of crumpet. ==What is a crumpet?== No a crumpet is not as the thinking man's saying goes an intelligent good looking woman / one who is the object of sexual desire. A crumpet is an English savoury /sweet bread snack that is very popular ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/04/10 (Very useful, 86 readings)
Mmmm..... I love crumpets. Comfort food at its best. I used to love sleeping over my Nan's house as a little girl because I knew she would have got some crumpets in for breakfast. Over the years I have continued to enjoy these savoury circles of warmth and have now passed that on to my son who also loves them. So what are they? Basically, crumpets are a bakery product which most people use as an alternative to toast. The bootoms are flat, while the top is full of little 'holes' and the inside is pretty much a big sponge. Most people, me included, eat their crumpets with butter spread on them. This is an art form in itself. Too much and they go really ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/04/10 (Very useful, 32 readings)
I'm not a fan of toast in a morning. However, whenever I want something warm and something that's not as much effort as a fried breakfast I turn to crumpets. The other day these Kingsmill crumpets ended up in my trolley whilst doing the weekly shop. These arent hard to miss on a shelf as they come in bright yellow packaging. I bought these reduced to around half price, as at 75p for six crumpets they are more expensive than own brand crumpets. These are usually around 20p less for eight crumpets. Crumpets are very easy to cook; you just warm them up by grilling or toasting for a couple of minutes. I regularly toast mine though get annoyed when they ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/03/10 (Very useful, 38 readings)
I usually just buy a supermarket's own brand of value crumpets as they work out quite a bit cheaper, but I saw some of these Kingsmill love to toast crumpets in Iceland for better value so picked up a couple of packs. Each pack contained 8 crumpets (2 extra free) and were on offer for 2 for £1 which was excellent value. These crumpets are much better quality than the value supermarket ones and you can tell this just from the look of them. Asda's Smart Price crumpets are very thin and so not very filling whereas these ones are pretty thick and fill you up much more. The only problem with them being so thick is that sometimes there'll be one that's ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/10/09 (Very useful, 31 readings)
I fancied something different from the cereal that I have been having recently so when I spotted these Kingsmill Love To Toast Crumpets on the ocado.com website for 70p (for 6) I just had to throw some in to my virtual basket because I generally love Kingsmill products and I didn't think that this one would let me down. They come in a plastic wrapper and a piece of card holding the 6 crumpets in place. It's a shame that the outer packaging can't be recycled as it's just taking up more space in the bin! I toasted them on the usual setting that I use to give golden brown toast and then I spread them with butter (quite a nice dollop) and then added ... Read the complete review
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Great quality, tasty and come in handy packs
For some I'm sure they would complain they are a bit too salty