Sainsbury's Crumpets Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Snacks
Description:Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Breads / Cakes
Newest Review: ... apart to reveal their lush spongey centres all ooozing with butter... and each time I pop them in the toaster I'm reminded of ... more
by - written on 20/03/11 (Very useful, 76 readings)
I haven't bought crumpets for quite a while as I have always thought of them to be too much extra to eat at breakfast. However as I have given up snacking for lent, I have decided that I need to make each meal count and so I have added crumpets to my breakfast. I decided to buy a pack of 12 from Sainsburys as they were just under £1, which seems very good value to me. The 12 pack comes in a light orange plastic wrapper that has the product name on it and all the product information. On the top there is a clear plastic window that allows you to see the crumpets inside. The pack is 30cm x 7cm x 10cm so it is quite noticeable on the shelf and it was partially the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/02/11 (Very useful, 43 readings)
Given the choice of toast or crumpets for breakfast I will take the latter everytime! Not just because I love them but because they are so filling and much tastier than the average slice of toast. Even as a child when my nan gave me them and long before I actually knew exactly what they were I have loved them and even now after learning how to make them I have never managed to produce anything that resembles in either look or taste of that you can buy in the shops and so much as I love baking and cooking I have decided to retire my crumpet making skills (or lack of!). My main supermarket of choice is Tesco mainly because it is the closest supermarket to my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/03/10 (Very useful, 42 readings)
I love crumpets, especially for breakfast, and I usually buy Warburtons, but they didn't have any left so I thought I would try these instead. I am usually a massive fan of Sainsburys basics range but these did not live up to the standard of other brands. These crumpets cost 57p for 8 or 79p for 12. I only got 8 as I just wanted to try them out, and I thought for that price it's woth a go, and the Warburtons cost 74p for just 6. The crumpets are very limp before toasted, they are nowhere near as thick as Warburtons and they look quite cheap. When toasted they didn't look much better. They toasted well, and didn't take very long, and the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/03/10 (Very useful, 23 readings)
I am always looking for ways to save money on my weekly shop and one of the best ways for me to do this is swap named brand items for own brand items. I normally shop in tescos, for my main weekly shop, but sometimes at the weekend I am passing Sainsburys so I pop in to buy some bits and pieces for lunch. The other day when I popped in they had some Sainsburys crumpets in the front of the shop on sale which made a nice change for lunch so I picked them up. I really like crumpets, but I had never tried Sainsburys own ones before. The crumpets came in a large pack so I split them and we had half fresh for our lunch and I put the others in a plastic bag in the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/03/10, updated on 20/03/10 (Very useful, 90 readings)
I love crumpets! They make such a nice change to having toast in the mornings, especially in winter when your carving something a bit more filling. They make the ultimate comfort food with me, especially when you spread them with loads of butter! Yum! ~~ The price ~~ I brought a pack of 12 crumpets in Sainsburys the other day for 79p! You can get a pack of 8 for around 60p as well, which I think is very reasonably priced, as a pack usually lasts a few days. ~~ The packaging ~~ The packaging is quite basic, and it works quite well. The crumpets sit on a little cardboard tray, piled in groups of 4. This is then wrapped in an outer plastic ... Read the complete review
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