Sainsbury's Lemon & Raisin Pancakes Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Snacks
Description:Type: Breads/Cakes / 8 per package
Newest Review: ... not to the extent I do and she only bought some for herself when she saw these Sainsbury's Lemon & Raisin Pancakes. ... more
by - written on 06/02/08 (Very useful, 122 readings)
Browsing through the aisles in Sainsbury's I had such a fancy on for something sweet and I came across these. I have eaten the raisin pancakes on many occasion and I love them so these were a nice new surprise! The Packaging.... Clear and brown see through plastic wrapper. In white writing tells me that they are indeed Sainsbury's Lemon & Raisin Pancakes and a picture of the pancakes on the front of the wrapper and a small at a glance nutritional table, handy for when shopping and knowing what your buying! On the back of the wrapper, gives me full rundown on nutritional values, ingredients, allergy advice, how to store information, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/03/09 (Very useful, 145 readings)
Sainsbury`s Lemon and Raisin pancakes make a good if not a tiny bit expensive teatime treat. The packet contains eight pancakes and costs 96p, I know on the face of it that doesn`t sound dear but the delicious pancakes are only a couple of mouthfuls. The eight pancakes are laid neatly in a beige coloured cardboard sleeve and they have a poly-propolene wrap over them that has been heat sealed at either end. The product is plainly presented which is helpful because it keeps the cost of the goods that little bit lower and both the cardboard and the plastic wrap are both recyclable. Each pancake is about the same size as a crumpet, the pancakes probably ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/03/09, updated on 18/03/09 (Very useful, 30 readings)
On a very recent shopping trip to Sainsbury with my wife I decided I would have some pancakes, there is nothing new in that by the way, I love pancakes and almost always get some with every shopping we do. My wife enjoys a pancake too but not to the extent I do and she only bought some for herself when she saw these Sainsbury's Lemon & Raisin Pancakes. These did not appeal to me in the slightest but once my six pancakes had gone and she had not opened hers yet it was time for me to give them a go. They looked just like any other light brown pancake except for the raisins peeking out all over the place, I like raisins so these were ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/06/08 (Very useful, 48 readings)
Now, I don't know what your opinion is on these Sainsbury's Lemon And Raisin Pancakes, but I absolutely despise them! Strongly citrus lemon scotch pancakes!? It tastes quite bad. Then they have added in some raisins for your eating pleasure too. How delightful.....well not really. There are five people in my family, and only one of them likes these crazy, crazy pancakes! Also, when you try and take them out of the packet, a bit of the pancake falls off! you are then left with a quarter of a pancake in your hand! So, thats even more delightful. For size..... they'll fit into your hand easily, so thats certainly an advantage! But you ... Read the complete review
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