Tesco All Butter Croissants Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Snacks
Newest Review: ... product, the Tesco logo and some basic nutritional information. On the back of the packet you can find more detailed product ... more
by - written on 10/02/10 (Very useful, 114 readings)
I always make sure my family and I have breakfast every morning, as it really is an important meal and gives you the best start to your day. My youngest son and I prefer toast, while everyone else heads for the cereal. Sometimes, though, we fancy a change and Tesco All Butter Croissants make a very nice breakfast. Tesco All Butter Croissants, do contain lots of butter and because of this, taste quite filling. I always cut them open first, before heating them up in the oven for a couple of minutes. I find that if I heat them up first, they are far more difficult to slice into and I tend to rip them apart. Once heated, I love to spread a thin layer of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/11/09 (Very useful, 136 readings)
Whilst shopping in my local Tesco supermarket the other day, I noticed that there were several bargains to be had throughout the store. Noticing that the bread aisle had a little counter of 'reduced price' produce on display, I actually managed to get quite a few little bargains, including a French stick and a garlic-flavoured ciabatta bread. Another item that I got which was a 'cut price' item on this occasion was a four pack of Tesco's own branded 'All Butter Croissants', which were reduced to around 40 pence or so. As these never last long in our household and I KNEW they would get scoffed before they spoiled, I stuck them in my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/06/09, updated on 24/08/09 (Very useful, 19 readings)
As a family who love croissants we have become experts over the years on who supplies good and who supplies bad croissants. After buying Tesco All Butter Croissants we have stopped experimenting to find perfection. These croissants are mouth-wateringly delicious and extremely good value for money, recently costing £1.30 for half a dozen. We heat them in a warm oven for ten minutes (just long enough for fresh coffee to perculate) which crisps up the outside layer of pastry and warms the inside ready for the butter and blackcurrant jam. It is our Sunday morning treat for breakfast but these croissants are equally as tasty with bacon and melted cheese used as a filling . Read the complete review
by - written on 17/08/08 (Very useful, 112 readings)
I don't like to eat breakfast instead I am more likely to have a mid morning snack of fruit or a cereal bar as I am never hungry enough to eat breakfast. I do however like to eat croissants as a snack. I normally buy the Tesco All Butter Croissants, they come in either a packet of 4 or a packet of 8, I'm reviewing the packet of 4 as 8 is just too much for my husband & I to eat. They cost £0.88 for a packet of 4 which is a fair price making them a mere £0.22 each. They come in clear plastic bag so that you see them before you buy them. The front of the packet has a streak of blue across it on which the name is written and the Tesco logo is there. On the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/06/09 (Very useful, 170 readings)
After enjoying Tesco's 'Mini Croissants', I decided to give their slightly larger and more expensive siblings a try, which retail at £1.50 for the pack of eight (working out at 18.8p for each one). As well as the eight pack, Tesco sell their full size croissants in packs of six and four, and actually, the latter represents the best economy, with each croissant retailing at only 15p. You would think that there would be a standard quality to these croissants, but my personal experience suggests differently... The first time I bought Tesco All Butter Croissants, they were absolutely delicious - moist and flakey, with a subtle buttery flavour which ... Read the complete review
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