Sainsbury's 25% Less Fat Custard Creams Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Snacks
Description:Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Biscuit
Newest Review: ... do not break as I have experienced with some other cheaper ones. These biscuits are wrapped in a plastic wrapper and they ... more
by - written on 18/07/08 (Very useful, 101 readings)
Ok As I'm back to munching through tons of biscuits again I bought these the other day and thought I'd review them for you! Custard creams are not really a big favourite of mine but they are a favourite of my Mothers so we shared these over a cuppa! The Packaging.... A foil yellow coloured wrapper with a photograph of the biscuits on the left hand side and on the the front of the packet I'm clearly told that they are indeed Sainsbury's Custard Creams '25% less fat' and there is an at a glance nutritional guide on there as well so you can see how good (or bad) they are for you. The best before date is also stamped on there. On the back of the packet ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/07/10 (Very useful, 69 readings)
I often like something sweet to take to work with me and always find a few biscuits is very satisfying and I came across these biscuits from the Sainsbury's basics range and thought I would try them as they were cheaper than the branded ones and for only 51p for a 400g packet I think it was a very good price. I found them very tasty and to my satisfaction and I really could not tell the difference between these and the high priced ones and they are of a good size and the quality is very good, the texture is not crumbly like I thought they would be and they do not break as I have experienced with some other cheaper ones. These biscuits are wrapped in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/07/09 (Very useful, 26 readings)
The Sainsbury Custard Creams is a one of the essential foods in my biscuit cabinet. I started buying these biscuits a while ago, I was in a "quest" to find an addition to my already large collection of biscuits and cookies. I noticed it quite easy in the store because of its distinctive packaging with biscuits and a slightly gold background. I enjoy custard in general and have had many different types of custard based biscuit from a wide range of brands in both premium and value ranges. The design on the biscuit is quite simple with the word "Custard Cream" stamped on the middle of the biscuit, accompanied by some simple designs. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/11/08 (Very useful, 101 readings)
I started to buy these in the hope that it might make me think I could eat them, get my sugar fix and then I wouldn't put on any weight - however although they are 25% less fat they still contain calories and lots of not so good things that don't gel too well with most weight loss diets. If you're going to eat a biscuit these are slightly better for you but they are still not healthy. Anyway, they do actually taste quite nice and I have found through experience that they hold together better than the full fat variety. The biscuit part of this treat is not as crumbly as its fatty counterpart and there for it is less messy to eat. The cream portion is ... Read the complete review
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