Tesco Coconut Macaroons Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Snacks
Newest Review: ... 1/2 of your GDA for just a snack. The macaroons are produced in Netherlands for Tesco. It should be stored in a cool dry ... more
by - written on 09/03/10, updated on 10/03/10 (Very useful, 121 readings)
My friends love making macaroons which taste really good but I haven't seen them for a while so as I miss them, I also miss those little macaroons they used to make for me. Last week, while checking out for bargain in tesco. I found this yummy treat, very tempting as well as the price which only cost 2 for £1. It's also affordable for a regular price of 79p. I grabbed 2 to try and I'm so glad I did because I truly adore the taste. MACAROONS Enclosed in a plastic wrapper and comes in a clear plastic tray which has two sections with three macaroons in each section. Each pack consists of 6 macaroons which are on a round piece of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/02/09 (Very useful, 465 readings)
How come all of the naughty things in life are the best??!! I can categorically state that everything I enjoy is bad for me (HmmHmm) If only I enjoyed eating a fat free yoghurt or a slice of fresh melon rather than a fresh cream doughnut or an extra sticky lardy cake. Try as I might I cant walk past the aisle that is laden with temptation, it is too much to expect. Tesco Coconut Macaroons have to be packed with a certain amount of care, so they have designed the clear plastic tray to accommodate three macaroons in each side. The outer clear plastic wrapper is trimmed with pale blue.The wrapper states that the packet contains six ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/08/08 (Very useful, 469 readings)
A firm favourite in my home, with both family and friends alike, are Tesco Coconut Macaroons. No sooner is the packet opened but they have all been eaten. I have been buying these coconut macaroons from Tesco for a lot of years. The colour of the packaging in the picture above has been updated, and instead of blue it is now green. Each packet contains six macaroons, which are on a clear plastic tray. The tray has two sections and there are three macaroons in each section. This is all enclosed in a clear plastic wrapper. The packet opens easily, but I find that the wrapper tears very easily. This is never a problem to me as there are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/07/09 (Very useful, 44 readings)
I went through a phase of loving macaroons a few years ago, then for some reason stopped eating them. I have no idea why. I had a Bounty recently (well two) and that reminded me how much I liked coconut flavoured things and I was suddenly reminded of the macaroons that Tesco sold for just under £1. The pack that is in the supermarket now has obviously changed slightly since the above picture was taken. That's what they looked like in the old days. Now the wrapper is mostly see-through but for a part on the left which has a light green flash stating what they are with some kind of funky pattern. Each macaroon has 139 calories. The macaroon is white coconut ... Read the complete review
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