New York Bakery Plain Bagels Reviews
Product Type: New York Bakery Snacks
Description:Brand: New York Bakery / Type: Bread/Cakes
Newest Review: ... straight off the supermarket shelf and into my cupboard. I will start with what I like about these Bagels. For one they are ... more
by - written on 24/01/13 (Very useful, 25 readings)
This is a review of New York Bakery Plain Bagels which I purchased during my first online shopping order with Ocado. The Bagels were on offer but I noticed that you can freeze them so I went ahead with the purchase with a view to eating five and freezing five. What are they? Bagels are a high density round bread with a hole in the middle. You can use them for sandwiches or toasting and I use them as a breakfast option. You can buy sweet versions with cinnamon and raisons but I prefer the savoury plain or sesame seed bagels. The bagels are suitable for both vegetarians and vegans. How I have mine First of all with a steady hand you need to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/05/10 (Very useful, 43 readings)
Ive been moaning to my mom how much I fancy a bagel recently and I think I started to annoy her because when she went to the Co-Op a few days ago she bought me a bag of these "New York Bakery Plain Bagels". Who ever said that moaning gets you nowhere? Since she got them Ive been eating them with absolutely everything and now Ive only got one left which Im trying very hard to save for as long as possible LOL. Useful Information: Number Per Packet: 5 Bagels Price: £1.20 Stockists: Any Supermarket Nutritional Information: [Per Bagel] 216 calories 7.7g protein 42.8g carbohydrates, 5.1g of which sugars ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/05/10 (Very useful, 47 readings)
Yes, the breakfast brigade is back again. So, Mother eventually made it back from Cyprus and the two of us went on a massive food shop so that we finally had food in the house again. I only became a fan of bagels recently but the New York bagel was and always has been an automatic first choice for me. For those of you who don't know what bagels are, think of a ring doughnut made out of bread; that's the easiest way to describe it. They come in stacked packs of 5 and come in a variety of flavours such as plain, seeded and cinnamon and raisin. Today I am reviewing the plain variety. For a pack of 5 it costs £1.29 from Morrisons, slightly more than the own brand versions .. Read the complete review
by - written on 12/04/10 (Very useful, 46 readings)
I do love a bagel and I love this brand in-particular when it comes down to thinking about it! I usually get through a couple of packets a week of these as they make a nice breakfast to a nice supper and with the plain bagels (these) the options of fillings is actually endless and I never get bored of eating them no matter how many I eat lol! The Packaging: Largely see-through plastic bag which is tied to one end with a yellow band of plastic on it with the best before date clearly displayed on there. On the front of the bag there is a picture of the statue of liberty on there and I'm told that these are Authentic Stone Baked, New York Bakery Co. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/04/10 (Very useful, 38 readings)
I have always loved these bagels as a bit of a special bread for a lunch time sandwich as they make life a bit more interesting than plain bread. I have tried many brands of bagels and think that these ones are the best so I always snap them up whenever I see them on special offer. There are other flavours in the range which are also tasty but these are the standard and the best plain bagel (for me) around. They are currently on offer at Tesco at buy one get one free I think and thats good because at about £1.20 (its been slowly going up recently), with 5 in a pack theses are 25p each, but on BOGOF, its only 12.5p! Bargain! I like my bagels toasted, ... Read the complete review
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