Tesco Value Digestive Biscuits Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Snacks
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Biscuits
Newest Review: ... marshmallows to make rocky road. All hail the digestive biscuit! The tesco value biscuits (now rebranded "everyday ... more
by - written on 14/05/12 (Very useful, 83 readings)
I'm a big fan of digestive biscuits, nothing beats them to dip in a cup of tea (don't dip too long though or you end up with half a biscuit in your cup!). They are also pretty versatile for a biscuit, I love them with some cheese or a bit of butter on them, maybe slightly weird but I'm a huge fan of mixing sweet and savoury things together! You can also bash them up and mix with melted butter to make a cheesecake base or bash them up and mix with chocolate and marshmallows to make rocky road. All hail the digestive biscuit! The tesco value biscuits (now rebranded "everyday value") come in a pack of 400g which contains around 25 biscuits. Currently ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/10/11 (Very useful, 36 readings)
I love a digestive biscuit! In fact, it is the only biscuit I would ever buy for dunking in my morning coffee! I usually only buy McVities, since they are the ultimate in digestives, but this week, money has been a bit tight, so I thought I'd try out Tescos Value digestives instead. The packaging is the usual white/blue packet with the red Tesco logo and they come in a 400g packet. The biscuits themselves look remarkably like McVities, but when I tasted one it was very clear that they are not quite so good. Texture-wise, when you bite into one, you get a sugary texture to the biscuit and I found them to be much more sweet than the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/11/10 (Very useful, 71 readings)
I am currently attempting to improve my diet and reduce my bad snacking habits but the temptation for digestive biscuits is just too great! I usually favour Tesco's Value range Milk Chocolate Digestives, but the plain ones have their uses as well. These Digestive Biscuits are part of the Value range by Tesco and cost just 23p for a 400g packet. The biscuits come in a simple plastic wrapper, with the easy to spot blue and white packaging. There is an easy open tear tab at one end, and unlike other easy open packaging, this one actually works! The only problem is that the end biscuit always seems to get knocked or sustain a little damage so then when you open ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/05/10 (Very useful, 103 readings)
I use digestive biscuits for all manner of things, not just for a quick dunk! As you may have read from my previous reviews, I am no stranger to cheese, and its marriage with anything which will act as a carriage to my mouth of said dairy product. Digestive biscuits are fantastic with a dollop of butter and a slab of cheese. I also like to use digestive biscuits as a base when making cheesecake. Put the required amount of biscuits into a bag and give them a good pummelling with a rolling pin, place the crumbs in the base of your baking tin and pour melted butter over these, and into the fridge till everything sets. Another lovely thing to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/04/10 (Very useful, 63 readings)
I always have biscuits and cakes in the cupboards for when I am hunting around for a snack as I have a sweet tooth and anyone who reads my reviews know I snack a lot and love my food and my wife buys different varieties for me to eat and enjoy, and we have grandchildren who visit us often and it is always nice for them to have a treat when they visit us. This 400g packet my wife bought for only 31p from the Tesco Value range and it is a very basic shiny thin plastic wrapper in the usual colours of blue and red and it has a tear open strip and inside the biscuits are a nice golden round biscuit and the texture is nice and crumbly and they melt in the mouth ... Read the complete review
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