Sainsbury's Basics Pain au Chocolat Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Snacks
Description:Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Bread / Cakes
Newest Review: ... known to join them as it would be rude not to....... I usually buy cook from frozen pain au chocolat and croissants, but ... more
by - written on 18/05/13 (Very useful, 58 readings)
As with most children, my two love anything which has chocolate in it and both became very partial to a breakfast pastry whilst we were on holiday in Italy one year. At home they have cereal during the week but as an occasional treat are allowed pain au chocolat at the weekend, and I have been known to join them as it would be rude not to....... I usually buy cook from frozen pain au chocolat and croissants, but they had run out in Sainsburys one day so I opted for fresh instead, and seeing that they did Basics ones thought we would try them as I have generally been impressed by other items in the Basics range and I'm always partial to a cost ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/04/10 (Very useful, 117 readings)
I really do like pastry types of cakes so when my mate saw these the other day in Sainsbury's priced at a mere 99p for 4 of them she decided to treat us. I have had this type of thing before but paid loads more for them in the past so I was a little wary of what they'd be like to be totally honest with you! The Packaging: The 'Pains' come in a see through plastic tray that has a see-through plastic cover over it with blocks of orange and white colouring in sections all over it. I am told on the front of the packet that they are Sainsbury's 'Basics' '4' Pains Au Chocolat 'A little smaller, still a big treat', there is a scribbled on picture of a hot ... Read the complete review
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