Tesco Value Pancakes Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Snacks
Newest Review: ... appear to be too dry as I had feared. I found them to be more durable than I had first thought too and they didn't fall apart ... more
by - written on 30/03/10 (Very useful, 96 readings)
When I was a child, I used to love scotch pancakes. As I grew older I went off them, but recently I brought a pack for the first time in years to see if they were how I remember them to be. As I wasn't sure if I would like them or not, I just brought the Tesco Value ones as it wouldn't be much money wasted if I didn't like them. For the price of just 29p I got a pack of six pancakes. My first impression of them wasn't too bad. They seemed to be of a decent size and thickness, just how I remembered them to be actually. They looked of a better quality than I thought they would be and had a nice moistness to them so they didn't appear to be too dry as I had ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/10/09 (Very useful, 61 readings)
Tesco Value Pancakes are part of the striped "Value" range that you will find spread throughout the store. They tend to be the lowest priced item available in the product you are looking & therefore quite cheap. The Pancakes vary slightly in price but are usually between 25p or 30p. They are also reduced further as they approach their sell by date & can be purchased sometimes for as little as 10p per pack. They are also suitable for freezing. The Pancakes can be eaten cold straight out of the pack or can be cooked a variety of ways. They have already been pre cooked though. They can be a little floppy & dry if you eat them ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/07/09 (Very useful, 40 readings)
I love Pancakes and tried these ones last week. It was only after I read the review by Claribella that I thought I should write about them as well, but I think we came to the same conclusion pretty much. These are part of the huge selection of Tesco Value range, which is the cheapest range in the shop. It is a budget range, but i've found some good buys in this range. It never hurts to try cheaper products and you may find something that can save you a bit money, which is always good. These cost 27p for a pack of 6. The bakery brand in Tesco is nearly 60p for the same amount and they look the same behind the cellophane. The packaging is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/09/09 (Very useful, 45 readings)
With the credit crunch and the economy being on a bit of a downer, as a family we have been watching, like many families, our pennies a bit more closely. It was with this view that when I saw Tesco Value Pancakes on a recent visit to their store that I thought I'd give them a try. The kids also like pancakes as well, so for a mere 29p I was sure to be on to a winner.................or maybe not. Usually of a morning I always put pancakes, crumpets etc onto the kitchen table. They usually go quite quick too. However when I bought these Tesco Value I was looked at, as if I'd gone bonkers. The first to try them was our four year old. He had his cold, with a bit ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/10/09 (Very useful, 39 readings)
I only brought these after reading so many BAD reviews about them, well they were good reviews but they all said how bad the pancakes were. They are only 29p for 6 so I thought I'd get some to see if they were as bad as all that. I've ate all 6 of them now and they're ok, a bit dry and rubbery but like anything you can improve them if you're careful about what topping you add to them. I've ate one dry straight out of the packet and that was like stale cake. It was very dry and hadn't got much flavour, it was so dry it made me cough! lol The others I toasted and had with different toppings and they weren't that mad and not much ... Read the complete review
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