Warburton's Blackpool Milk Roll Reviews
Product Type: Warburtons Snacks
Newest Review: ... from the start. Weaning wasn't such an issue but I was worried he was not getting enough calcium in his diet. He refused to ... more
by - written on 04/06/04, updated on 04/06/04 (Very useful, 1341 readings)
I?d seen Warburton?s milk roll before in my local Sainsbury?s but due to the smallish size and the largish price, I had always declined my temptation to make the purchase. However, on a recent trip to my local Sainsbury?s I spied a loaf that had been reduced from its usual 62p by a WHOPPING 20p leaving me to pay 42p! Now okay that might not count as bargain of the week, but at least it gave me a chance to try the product at a lesser price. Looking at the packet you?d be forgiven for thinking this product is anything but a loaf of bread. The unusual round shape of the loaf is far ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/07/03, updated on 22/07/03 (Very useful, 305 readings)
When I lived at home and had to make a shopping list for the coming week, brand names didn’t usually appear. I’d write “Cornflakes” and it went without saying that I meant Kellogg’s. Peanut butter meant Sunpat, and Coke meant proper Coca Cola, not that horrible rip off cheap stuff. With bread, the only thing I needed to specify was the shape – round or square. What we called “round bread” was this one, Warburtons Blackpool Milk Roll which I think has now dropped the “Blackpool” in its name. I’m not sure why this became my loaf of choice – perhaps it was the fact that it was “local” for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/03/10, updated on 10/02/12 (Very useful, 302 readings)
In my ongoing quest to discover the perfect lunch box sandwich. I decided to give Warburtons Blackpool Milk Roll a go. It was to be a first for my six year old son. I remember eating it when I was very young - perfectly formed, soft, very white sandwiches! As I live in Blackpool, what could be better? Sadly, all other options I have tried are better! On removing the first slice from the packet, it appeared dry and stale around the edges. White in the middle but discoloured towards the crust. I assumed that this could be put down to 'first and last slice imperfection'. I often find that the first and final slices of a loaf of bread are quite dry and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/02/10 (Very useful, 129 readings)
Getting through so much bread me and my mate who were on holiday recently were spending a fortune on the stuff which is why when we were in Sainsbury's and saw this reduced from it's usual price of 69p a loaf to 35p we decided to give it a go! The Packaging: Blue and white plastic bag with the slices lined up single file inside and tied to one end. On the front and the back of the bag I'm told it is Warburtons 'Family Bakers Since 1876' and that it is Milk Roll 'With calcium for healthy teeth & bones' and that it is a thin slice and soft crust loaf. Other information on the bag includes an at a glance nutritional chart as well as a full ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/02/10 (Very useful, 143 readings)
I first came across Warburton's milk roll over a year ago, and since then have become addicted to the stuff! With this loaf being called a milk roll, you'd expect it to contain more milk than a normal loaf of bread. And you'd be right! The higher milk volume means that the bread contains more calcium per slice, which as we all know is very useful for keeping teeth and bones healthy. The higher milk content also means that the bread tastes a lot sweeter than other loafs. This taste takes a little getting used to initially and I find that I need to be very sparse when applying butter or margarine as too much can leave this already sweet bread tasting very ... Read the complete review
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