Birds Eye 4 Steam Bags Broccoli Florets, Chunky Carrots and Sweetcorn Reviews
Product Type: Birds Eye Spices & Seasoning
Description:Brand: Birds Eye / Type: Sweetcorn
Newest Review: ... respected TV chef recommended them as a quick and easy way to add more great tasting vegetables into your children's diet and ... more
by - written on 14/04/10 (Very useful, 214 readings)
I was always under the impression that microwaveable food was bad for me, with the vast amounts of 'TV dinners' available and microwaveable pizzas and burgers (think Chicago Town & Rustlers, respectively) etc, so when I heard about microwaveable vegetables I wasn't 100% convinced, can they really be good for or will they be like the rubber carrot section of those TV 'roast dinners'? Despite a number of adverts suggesting that they keep "100% of the goodness locked in" when they freeze the veg, I was still not pushed to try them until a well respected TV chef recommended them as a quick and easy way to add more great tasting vegetables into your ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/04/10 (Very useful, 65 readings)
I first bought these when I saw them on a deal in Morrisons, they were doing the 4 bag pack for just £1 as an introductory offer, and I thought they looked nice so I would give them a go, at just £1, if I didn't like them it wasn't such a waste. These little bags actually turned out to be a staple part of my freezer stock from that day, as they really impressed me. They are so easy to cook, just pop them into the microwave (different times for different wattages) rip open the bag when they go ping, and pour onto your plate, job done! Now why isn't all healthy food this easy? These bags come with Broccoli, Carrots and Sweetcorn, and as they are from ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/04/10 (Very useful, 70 readings)
I love fresh vegetables. However there are times when it is handy to use some pre-prepared stuff and I always like to have some in the freezer! I spotted this offering in Asda costing a mere pound and thought it sounded just what I needed in the freezer as a 'just in case product!'. The Packaging: Light blue and green plastic bag which depicts the earth and sky and on there there is a photograph of the vegetables. I am told that it is Birds Eye 'Field Fresh', 4 Single Steam Bags 'Broccoli florets, carrots & sweetcorn' and that it microwaves in 4 minutes, that each bag counts as one portion of your recommended fruit and vegetable portions a day ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/10/09 (Very useful, 122 readings)
I have a real love of vegetables, even going as far as to say that I don't feel that my dinner is complete without at least a selection of three different types on my plate. One of my other favourites' is rice, preferring this to pasta on my current diet plan of choice (slimming world). So after a recent shopping trip I decided I really fancied some delicious vegetable rice, after locating a bag in the freezer aisle I was pleased to see that the product I will now review was on offer. The product I will now review is - "Birdseye - 4 steam bags, rice, broccoli, sweet corn and peas" With initial reason for buying being the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/09/09 (Very useful, 271 readings)
As I am trying to lose some weight at the moment I am trying to vary my shopping habits as well as save money by doing so. Whilst browsing the freezers in Sainsburys the other day I came across Birds Eye Steam Bags of Veg on offer, two bags for £2, otherwise they are roughly £1.76 per bag. The outer packaging is a large bag in grass green and sky blue with the squiggly tear drop Birds Eye logo stamped proudly in the middle. We are told that this packet contains 4 steam bags containing Broccoli Florets, Carrots and Sweetcorn. Next to this is a picture of a microwave with 3 mins written on it as well as a pie chart telling us that each bag is 1 of your ... Read the complete review
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