Warburtons White Sliced Loaf Toastie Extra Thick Sliced Reviews
Product Type: Warburtons Snacks
Newest Review: ... and therefore should never be in brown bread -it does not make that much of a difference with the amount of fat you're eating ... more
by - written on 25/10/09 (Very useful, 29 readings)
This extra thick Warburtons loaf is mad, the slices are so thick that a loaf goes in just over a day because there are hardly any slices in the bag! It's white bread with a nice thick crust. It's proper thick and I think it's best for toast and it's not very often that I use it for a sandwich because with 2 slices of this you need a very thick filling to be able to taste it over the bread! It's nice dipped in stew or soup though and because it's so thick it feels nice and stodgy and is wicked in the cold weather, especially buttered! lol Comfort food for winter. The bread's very soft when you first buy it and I remember the first time ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/10/09 (Very useful, 20 readings)
This 800g loaf costs a load of money (it's now about £1.30 a loaf) compared to other loaves around, but it is totally worth it. I am a bread fiend and I have tried most other branded sliced loaves out there and none have come close to matching the quality or taste of Warburtons white bread. Warburtons does a variety of white, sliced loaves and this is the thickest one available. Having tried the others I can attest to the fact that this is the nicest one going. The slices are really, really thick (more than half an inch, usually) and the bread is really fluffy inside. This bread is absolutely amazing when toasted as it retains it's fluffiness inside ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/09/09, updated on 13/09/09 (Very useful, 126 readings)
I love toast - topped with cheese, peanut butter, jam , marmalade - whatever I decide to stick on it, toast is one of the quickest snacks to prepare when I'm a little bit peckish but can't really be bothered to cook . Normally, I buy Kingsmill Everyday bread, but when I run out, I often nip to the corner shop, and sometimes find they don't have it . So, this is the loaf I'll usually purchase instead, Warburtons Toastie, with an 800g loaf costing arund £1.49 . It's probably cheaper in a major supermarket, but I don't mind paying a little extra at the corner shop if I'm in a hurry . The packaging is a kind of waxed paper , very traditional . Unlike ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/09/09 (Very useful, 139 readings)
This bread is exactly what it says on the packet "thickest slice". Apart from uncut bread, you will not find a thicker loaf!! It's not the healthiest variety on the market- as well as being so thick, I have only seen it in white so it hasn't got the wholegrain goodness etc ...But it sure is tasty!! It is very delicious both toasted and eaten as it comes, but if I had to pick then toasted would win! Bread is actually quite hard to describe, but with this, you get a real bite from it, there's actually something to sink your teeth into without it being too doughy. The loaf cost £1.29 for 800g but Warburtons is sometimes ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/04/10 (Very useful, 39 readings)
I know that white bread is not good for you and you are supposed to eat granary or seeded however there are times when only white will do. Warburtons thickest slice is fab and fits a great purpose for toast when you need that comfort slice of toast with loads of butter dripping of it or especially good for bacon sarnies. Bacon butties are not healthy and therefore should never be in brown bread -it does not make that much of a difference with the amount of fat you're eating so you may as well just go for the full unhealthy option!!!!! The bread is thick as it says on the packet and the crusts are nice and soft and as I have been known to take the crusts of bread and .. Read the complete review
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