Tesco Chocolate Brownie Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Snacks
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Cakes
Newest Review: ... husband, casually glanced over the allergy information, no dairy, then I glanced over the ingredients expecting to see milk ... more
by - written on 27/09/09 (Very useful, 140 readings)
I'm always looking for something different to give my granddaughters' after their dinner when they stay with me at the weekend, so when I spotted this fairly large Chocolate Brownie Tray Bake last week I snatched it up and thought what a lovely treat this would make. I must say I'm rather disappointed with it as it's the most un-Brownie like product I've ever eaten! I'm sure Tesco have just overcooked their standard chocolate cake mixture and packaged it as a Brownie, as they must surely be aware that Brownies are far more highly regarded than plain old chocolate cake! For a start it's very, very dry. So dry in fact that after taking a single bite ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/09/09 (Very useful, 69 readings)
I tried the smaller 80g brownie than the one in dooyoo's picture, but it's the same product. The individual brownie can usually be found in the lunch area with the single chocolate bars and costs around 80p. I think this is fairly expensive, but people like me I guess cough up for the convenience aspect. I wouldn't buy these regularly as it's twice as much as buying a chocolate bar, but some times you just don't fancy a slab of choccie but something more cakey. The brownie is chocolately but not rich, it tastes cheap and there aren't may chocolate chunks in it. Maybe they are made to have a longer shelf life and that's why they are so heavy and dry, I don't ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/08/10 (Very useful, 42 readings)
I am quite a brownie fan having a considerable sweet tooth. I stumbled across these one day on lunch and found it came in a little bar size for about 80p. I have since discovered it comes in a tray as in the picture and costs £1.12 and currently part of a 2 for £2 offer. They come in very simple packaging. The small one just comes in a cellophane wrap and the larger comes in cellophane and a foil tray. This is as the name suggests a simple chocolate brownie with dark chocolate chunks. Oddly enough, I have tried this several times, twice in bar form and once in tray form and have found different things. One of the bars I have tried I found very ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/04/12 (Very useful, 98 readings)
This isn't the best chocolate brownie I've had, and I usually make much better at home, so why am I reviewing this? Because let me tell you an amazing little secret...tesco chocolate brownie traybake is DAIRY FREE!!! What?? Did I just say that a commercial chocolate brownie is DAIRY FREE? Yes I did. I came across this by accident, I was browsing the packaged bake aisle and picked this up for my husband, casually glanced over the allergy information, no dairy, then I glanced over the ingredients expecting to see milk pop out at me (as it does after so many years of looking) and NOTHING. The Ingredients are: Sugar, Dark Chocolate (23%) ... Read the complete review
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