Tesco Egg Custard Tarts Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Snacks
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Cakes
Newest Review: ... these tarts contain Gluten, Wheat, Wheat Flour, Eggs, Milk and Soya (and may also contain nuts as the equipment used to make ... more
by - written on 26/06/11 (Very useful, 131 readings)
It is far too tempting when doing your monthly/weekly shop to divert your trolley to the ever growing cake and pastries isle; you can almost feel the calories piling on as you contemplate which sugary snacks to pick up. My guilty pleasure are egg custard tarts which I like to purchase from pie and pasty shops such as Greg's but I recently discovered that they have packs of 2 and 4 in Tesco cheaper! I usually buy the 2 pack as I live alone and don't want to waste food with it going past its sell by date. For a pack of 2 you have to part with a small £0.50p meaning the small tarts are 25p each, bargain! If you want to purchase a pack of 4 this will set you back ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/06/10 (Very useful, 96 readings)
My bf has a really sweet tooth. Whilst he's stopping at mine at present I did go out and stock up on lots of chocolates, sweets, biscuits and cakes in a huge way before he arrived to stay but the lot vanished into his tummy within a couple of hours which left my cupboards emptied of goodies! He started moaning on then that I had nothing in for him to nibble on so whilst I went out to grab a few bits and pieces I did grab us a box of these to try as I know he likes them and I hadn't ever had the from Tesco's before and was looking forward to one of them greatly with a brew! The Packaging: I bought us a box of two of these and the packaging ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/05/10, updated on 17/07/11 (Very useful, 68 readings)
Every week without fail, a box of Tesco 4 Egg Custard Tarts seem to fall into my trolley! I simply cannot resist them when walking past the refrigerated cakes, as these are always my number one choice. The tarts come in an attractive looking cream coloured box with transparent plastic so you can peer inside at the delicious delights. The image on the side of the box shows one of these scrumptious delights cut through the middle so you can see the the custard inside. What I love about these tarts is that the consistency of both the pastry and custard filling are absolutely perfect. Believe me when I say I've tried every brand available; all of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/07/09 (Very useful, 54 readings)
I love cakes and pastries but don't often buy them - however I am partial to an egg custard tart and have loved them since a child when they were a real treat. I 've found that Tesco Egg Custard Tarts are the best so far if you exclude our local bakery. The pastry is just the right depth - not so thick that you feel you have to chew it too much, nor to thin that you feel shortchanged. It has the right consistency that the tart is easy to get out of the silver foil holder it comes in with out breaking up, thats if you haven't picked the edging off beforehand of course. The pastry isn't so crumbly that it disentigrates nor so hard that you break your ... Read the complete review
by lkburdekin - written on 08/03/09
After skimming through a number of the reviews already written for this product, I find it rather amusing that I am not alone in the fact that until recently (I am now 22) I would not touch these cakes with a barge pole!!! I couldn't understand how anyone could eat them. As a child, these had no appeal to me whatsoever. As a child, I suppose if it wasn't a doughnut, or had no cream or chocolate in it, I didn't see the point! However, with being ill at the minute and having to stick to plain foods only, I find these are one of the few cakes I can eat when I venture into a bakery such as Birds or Greggs. So when I was in Tesco a couple of weeks ago and saw ... Read the complete review
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