Kingsmill Love to toast Pancakes Reviews
Product Type: Kingsmill Snacks
Description:Brand: Kingsmill / Type: Bread
Newest Review: ... which can be useful when rushing out of the door. --- Overall Verdict --- Delicious! From Sainsburys for the normal ... more
by - written on 11/04/11 (Very useful, 91 readings)
I've always liked Scotch Pancakes in the past, so when I got the chance to try these for free I couldn't refuse. These are the Syrup & Sultana filled version of Kingsmill's "Love to Toast" Pancakes. --- The Pack --- Being made by Kingsmill, they come in a much more colourful wrapper compared to the own brand products I am used to. The plastic wrapper is mainly yellow all over with half the front of the pack left clear so you can see the pancakes. The front has the name of the product in a large font and then a picture of a knob of butter that is over the clear section. This makes it look like there is a bit of butter melting on them. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/03/10 (Very useful, 77 readings)
Recently I have been getting a bit bored of the same old breakfast, so I thought I would try these. Unless I had them as a child and don't remember I don't think I have ever had them. I got Kingsmill simply as it's a brand I had heard of and they were fairly cheap. A packet of 6 was 69p, I have since seen sainsburys own version though at 29p for 6 so I think I will give those a try too. The first thing I noticed aout these is their texture, I wasn't really ure what to expect, but they are very soft, one side is brown and one side is a bit paler with a similar pattern on to a crumpet, they were quite small in size, but not as thin as I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/03/10 (Very useful, 74 readings)
I am a great fan of Kingsmill products and buy their bread and rolls all the time. Although I am a great fan of baking, I haven't felt like making our favourite scotch pancakes for a while, so though I'd try these. Kingsmill love to toast pancakes, come in a clear plastic wrapper, with some splashes of bright yellow for added colour and quite bold lettering, advertising the product. The 6 pancakes, sit on a cardboard backing, which gives them added support and protection. When you open them, you find that the pancakes feel very soft and fresh and are a gorgeous golden brown colour. I love mine with some margarine and jam and they make a lovely light ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/03/10 (Very useful, 76 readings)
I have been eating pancakes for a long time, well since I was seven years old and have tasted many over the years. I'm normally a Warburtons man myself yet I have to say when it comes to pancakes, Kingsmill are the leaders of the pack. The pancakes come in a see through packet which has yellow edges and the 'love to toast' logo on the front of it. Each pack has six generous sized pancakes. As to be expected they are round and have an appetising golden colour, they are spongy yet firm to touch. One of the reasons I prefer these pancakes to others is that they are lovely and thick. If you tear one in half they are noticeably fluffy and light inside. So light ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/02/10 (Very useful, 38 readings)
*Price & Availability* I have often seen these Kingsmill Love to Toast Pancakes in supermarkets and recently bought some in Iceland on a multibuy offer; Two Kingsmill Love to Toast products for £1.00. The regular price for a six pack in Iceland is around 75p, a little more in other supermarkets. *Nutritional Bits* Each pancake contains 74 calories, 6.3g sugars, 1.2g fat, 0.2g saturates and 0.4g of salt. These are fairly low values following the adults guideline daily amount. Contains egg, wheat, milk and gluten so will not be suitable for some allergy sufferers. *What Did I Think* I have not had scotch pancakes since ... Read the complete review
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