Sainsbury's Mini Sausage Rolls Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Snacks
Description:Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Snack
Newest Review: ... colour of Sainsbury's with the name of the product and the promise that Sainsbury's Mini Sausage Rolls are made with British ... more
by - written on 07/04/10 (Very useful, 180 readings)
Sausage Rolls have always been a favourite of mine, and most of us will admit that we like a good Sausage Roll every now and again. Sainsbury's Mini Sausage Rolls seem to be my family's choice and my mum buys these every so often especially if we're having people over and she's putting on a little buffet. Price: For 20 Mini Sausage Rolls you pay £1.59 in Sainsbury's, although they're often on offer at 2 packs for £2.50 which isn't too bad and they can be frozen so you might as well get 2 packs in and save some money. They are a bit more expensive than the 50 Sausage Rolls you can get in a bag already frozen for £1 at many supermarkets but I personally think ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/10/09 (Very useful, 127 readings)
Sometimes, in our house, we have the nights when we just want to get in loads of junk food and little mini snacks and just have a 'party' style tea with lots of sausage rolls, mini sausages, cheese on sticks etc and it really is yummy and great fun for the whole family. There is minimal washing up and although it can be a little expensive sometimes I don't mind paying more to not have to bother with lots of washing up and cooking before I can eat when I get in from work. These Sainsbury's Mini Sausage Rolls can, naturally, be found in Sainsburys stores and on the www.sainsburys.co.uk website and they are available from the chiller cabinets. At present 20 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/01/09 (Very useful, 282 readings)
Sausage rolls and Vol-Au Vents took pride of place at every party or wedding reception I ever went to...a good few years ago mind you! Now sausage rolls are pretty common or garden and many of us buy them regularly for a snack or a quick meal. You would never think that sausage rolls could vary so much, but if you pay a penny or two extra then on the whole the tastier the product. I have tried numerous own brands and cheaper versions and the majority have been a disappointment. The pastry is a huge factor, a buttery flaky pastry is half of the attraction, though I must admit I do live a good shortcrust pastry too. These mini sausage rolls are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/08/08 (Very useful, 445 readings)
Neither myself or my daughter are big fans of sausage rolls but when we were preparing for my granddaughters birthday party we knew most people like them as buffet food. My daughter was determined not to make the annual mistake of buying 100 frozen horrible sausage rolls that get wasted because they're hard or burned. Instead she went to the chiller section in Sainsbury's and bought two packs of their own brand Mini Pork Sausage Rolls. These are ready to eat but can also be warmed through in the oven for a few minutes. She served them cold and they were very nice indeed. The sausage rolls are certainly bite sized being only about 1 inch long and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/10/09 (Very useful, 59 readings)
I'm not so keen on full sized Sausage Rolls. It isn't about the quantity of them, as I can just as well eat probably all the pack of the Mini ones, the mini ones are just more tasty in my view. I often buy them frozen and cook them myself, but I saw these while shopping in Sainsbury's and decided to give them a try. Priced at £1.49 for 20, I thought they were slightly more expensive than Asda and Tesco versions, but Sainsbury's is a little more expensive for most things. These are in the chiller section and next to the other Pies and Pastry type items. Each Mini Roll has 61 calories and 4.1g fat, but Sausage Rolls were never the healthiest snack ... Read the complete review
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