Sainsbury's Fresh Cream Doughnuts Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Snacks
Description:Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Cakes
Newest Review: ... with a decent amount of jam, not too much to make it sickly and not too little too go unnoticed against the lashings of ... more
by - written on 26/02/12 (Useful, 35 readings)
Sainsbury's doughnuts with cream and strawberry jam from the chiller cabinet are a little slice of heaven on a plate. Ok, so maybe not heaven, but they come close. A nice long sized doughnut with a decent amount of jam, not too much to make it sickly and not too little too go unnoticed against the lashings of sweetened cream that's piped along the length and spills out of the top. Then there's a dusting of icing sugar (sometimes very skimpy which spoils the effect) over the top and you have one heck of a good cake to brighten any day. I do have one word of caution though, check the dates on these as they start to get a little stodgy bordering on heavy the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/04/10 (Very useful, 127 readings)
Both me and my friend who I am currently staying with love afternoon tea and that includes a bit of cake usually lol. We tend to be really busy clearing her house out at the moment and never really stop moving so we have made a bit of a habit of stopping in our tracks mid-afternoon for a bite of something sweet with a nice cup of Yorkshire tea (I'm in Yorkshire at the minute lol). My friend spotted these in Sainsbury's the other day costing a pound for a box of two so picked them up for us to try out. I love doughnuts so was pretty pleased when these rocked up with fresh cream in them cos I love that too (even if my hips don't lol). The ... Read the complete review
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