Sainsbury's Scotch Pancakes Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Snacks
Newest Review: ... but I do feel that it is okay to have a treat now and again and these Scotch pancakes are definitely a treat! The pancakes ... more
by - written on 14/02/10 (Very useful, 64 readings)
I love these ready made pancakes and have tried loads of different ones from the supermarket. These Scotch Pancakes from Sainsburys are the best out of all of them though because they've got a mega fluffy texture and are only about 65p for 8 pancakes. You cook them under the grill for a couple of minutes on each side or if you're doing the full pack you can just put them all in a bit of tin foil and stick them in the oven for a few minutes to warm through. When they're cooked you want them so that they don't look any different but the top isn't quite as spongy feeling. Then you can either spread them with butter or drizzle maple syrup over them. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/06/08 (Very useful, 80 readings)
Sainsbury's Scotch Pancakes come with 8 in a pack and are very sweet. They are easily breakable, but they are nice and moist. I usually buy these and very much enjoy them, I really get quite unhappy when they run out. They taste really sweet and syrupy, they have a really beautiful texture, too. It's a very cakey, yet squishy kind of texture that I really love. Sainsbury's recommend that you should try eating them with strawberrys and cream. I however, enjoy them very much when they have been toasted and with lots of melting butter on them, mmm.....delicious! These pancakes are really more for the people who have a sweet tooth, as they have ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/05/09 (Very useful, 63 readings)
Its become a tradition in our house to have pancakes with maple syrup as a treat for breakfast on a Sunday. We've tried all different varieties so this is what I thought of sainsburys effort. What you get/How much You get 8 scotch pancaks which come in a cellophane wrapper. They cost 89p. They are slightly more expensive than say Warbies or Kingsmill but you are getting 8 instead of 6 so i think they are good value. How i eat them and what i think: I always put mine on a plate and warm in the microwave for 30 seconds then top with a little maple syrup. The pancakes themselves were light and fluffy. They were not at all hard, in fact more ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/03/10 (Very useful, 78 readings)
Sainsbury's Scotch Pancakes Description: Bakery items, 8 per package. Recently I have been trying to lose the few extra pounds that I managed to put on over the festive season. I have been swapping takeaways for healthy meals and avoiding snacking too. The healthy eating plan has been going really well and I am pleased with the results, but I do feel that it is okay to have a treat now and again and these Scotch pancakes are definitely a treat! The pancakes come in packs of 8 and are wrapped in a yellow and clear cellophane wrapper which allows you to see the pancakes inside. They will cost you around ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/02/10 (Useful, 28 readings)
This is how Pancakes should taste. They are fluffy, sweet and have a hint of Syrup about them. Yes, theya re more expensive than the Budget ones, but a whole world of difference. You get these in packs of 8 from Sainsbury's and they cost about 90p. The pack isn't too exciting, but at least you see the Pancakes through the pack. They are a good enough size and look golden and fluffy. For test purposes - of course, I tried 1 of these hot and cold and they were nice either way. I would say the hot one has a sweeter taste to it, perhaps it was the Scotch taste coming out of it more. These were thick enough, but not too ... Read the complete review
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