Aunt Bessie's Chunky Croquettes Reviews
Product Type: Aunt Bessie's Spices & Seasoning
Description:Brand: Aunt Bessie's / Type: Other Vegetables
Newest Review: ... but for some reason has a pathetically small freezer section so I was pleased to see that on this visit it was fully stocked ... more
by - written on 12/05/13 (Very useful, 71 readings)
One of the downsides for me of my current living arrangements is that I am so rarely home in an evening to cook a meal that I simply cannot remember what food I have in my freezer without going home to check, so when I realised this week that I had run out of potato 'things' to go with my planned meal I had to make an emergency run to the shop. My local store is luckily a Sainsbury Local which does tend to have a good range of items but for some reason has a pathetically small freezer section so I was pleased to see that on this visit it was fully stocked with items on offer in the larger stores including these Croquettes. Croquettes for anyone unsure are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/10/10 (Very useful, 107 readings)
With the cold weather drawing in and winter approaching, I'm starting to prepare more "comfort food" meals that are warming and filling. Freezer foods come in handy here and I love potato croquettes. I usually buy Tesco's own version but the mysteriously disappeared from our local store for a few weeks and I had to find an alternative. This is where Aunt Bessie comes to my rescue! Her Homestyle Chunky Potato Croquettes were there instead and usually cost £1.63 but I bought them on special offer for just £1.00. Aunt Bessie says: "Fluffy mashed potato in a crunchy crumb coating. Aunt Bessie's Homestyle Chunky Croquettes have a fluffy centre ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/10/10 (Very useful, 57 readings)
I was surprised to find there wasn't a review of these, as these are fabulous and go so well with a number of things. We're a big fan of the homestyle potatoes and chips- you could say they've won over our freezer! They are sold in most major supermarkets in the freezer section and normally cost about £1.63, although them being on offer for just £1 is common too. They come in a blue packet with the distinctive Aunt Bessie logo on it, you definitely can't miss it! Their nutritional information is as follows: (As cooked product) Energy: 170kCal/713kJ Protein: 3.3g Carbohydrates: 23.1g Sugar: 1.8g Fat: 7.4g (Saturated fat: ... Read the complete review
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