Warburtons Potato Cakes Reviews
Product Type: Warburtons Snacks
Description:Brand: Warburtons / Type: Bread
Newest Review: ... tend to buy two packets when I see them and freeze one as they are quite often sold out in my local tesco and asda. Sainsbury ... more
by - written on 27/06/10 (Very useful, 212 readings)
A very, very long time ago I had some home made potato cakes....and I adored them and until I spotted these in Asda (costing 65p for a packet of 6 of them) I had forgot all about them so was really, really pleased to spot these and couldn't wait to try them to see if they were anywhere as good as the one's I had fallen in love with years ago! The Packaging: The 'cakes' come in a cardboard sleeve and with a see-through plastic packet over them that is easy to tear into. On the front of the sleeve I am told that they are Warburtons 'Family Bakers Since 1876', 6 Potato Cakes 'A delicious tasted way to start the day' and there is a photograph of one of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/03/10 (Very useful, 109 readings)
I like a Scottish breakfast now and again (no I don't mean salty porridge), and without a doubt potato cakes, or should I say "tattie scones" are an essential part of this. So as well as your scone, you'll have, as expected bacon and eggs, but also Lorne sausage, Scottish black pudding (smoother, with less fat - Hall's is great, as is Co-op's own), and if you are really lucky a slice of 'clootie dumpling' - if anyone knows where to get clootie dumpling south of the border, let me know. Now back to the potato cakes, or potato scones as I prefer to call them Most people I know toast these and butter them. I like to give them a good frying ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/11/09 (Very useful, 73 readings)
After having tried the Warburtons Crumpets, and really enjoying them, I decided to give their Potato Cakes a go. I usually buy the Tesco's own brand ones or make my own, but the reviews for the Warburtons ones were very good, and persuaded me to buy a pack. There are six potato cakes in a pack, and they are round and quite thick. Each potato cake weighs, on average, 53.5g. I bought mine in my local Tesco, and they cost 57 pence. The potato cakes can be toasted or grilled under a preheated medium grill for 2-3 minutes. I used the toaster, and they turned out well, and were delicious covered in butter. My husband also had some for a snack too, and we both found ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/09/09, updated on 16/09/09 (Very useful, 364 readings)
They are perhaps not the most obvious choice but potato cakes are my favourite food. When that silly question arises between friends of what one food we'd take to a desert island to live on for the rest of our lives I always reply with "potato cakes!". Infact I'd go as far as to name the particular brand of potato cake - Warburtons. The brand call their product 'potato scones' but they are similar to farls and cakes and are always situated alongside other potato cakes in supermarkets. The scones come as a six pack. They are wrapped in clear film and inserted into a paper insert which has all product information printed on it. An easy read guide to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/05/09 (Very useful, 73 readings)
The packet I bought called these 'Warburton's Potato SCONES' but they're the same thing (what's in a name?) I bought these in a bargain shop called B&M for 79p for a packet of six as I fancied a change. They're suitable for vegetarians and for home-freezing. The allergy advice warns that they contain wheat gluten and are produced in a bakery that uses soya, egg and milk. You can eat them hot or cold. If you try them cold they're very soft and not too chewy. They taste a bit like a savoury pancake to me. They can be a bit bland if you eat them plain so I like to dip mine in hummus. They don't smell very appetising and they have no ... Read the complete review
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