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Beans and 8 little sausages
Heinz Baked Beans Pork Sausages
Member Name: dthpsb
Heinz Baked Beans Pork Sausages
Advantages: The sausages in particular are very tasty
Disadvantages: A little expensive and the sausages make the beans taste a bit different
I am not a person that will always buy brand names, I am always willing to try cheaper brands in a bid to save money. There are however some brands that just cannot be beaten and Heinz has got to be one of those brands. If Heinz make it then you can be sure I won't be buying a cheaper alternative. Beans, spaghetti, tomato sauce, soup etc..all of which I buy Heinz. Out of all the different varities they sell I'm sure there is something for everyone.
Heinz Baked Beans Pork Sausages are one of my favourite things that Heinz make. I love their baked beans anyway but them little sausages they put in are just delicious. I know it's really basic food but sometimes simple is all you want.
Heinz Baked Beans Pork Sausages come in a 415g tin. The tin looks identical to a tin of beans apart from the little picture on the front has a sausage with the beans. It also does say "with pork sausages in a rich tomato sauce". They could easily be mistaken for a tin of Heinz Beans though.
A 415g tin costs between 80p and 90p depending on where you buy them from. I think this is slightly expensive and usually try and buy them when they're on special offer. I think the price of Heinz Beans are too expensive though, I suppose they can charge what they want when there isn't really any competition from other brands.
In the 415g tin you get exactly 8 sausages, I know this because if I'm giving beans and sausages to my boys to eat then I always have to make sure I share them out equally to avoid arguments.
When it comes to taste I think the sausages are really tasty, they have a loverly soft texture. The only complaint I can make about this product is that the sausages seem to affect the taste of the beans. The beans kind of taste of the sausage instead of tasting like beans. Now I don't mind this difference but my husband will not eat these beans because of this.
Heinz Baked Beans Pork Sausages are easy to heat. You can either heat them on the hob in a saucepan or using a microwave. I tend to heat them on the hob because I think that way you know they are throughly warm. The beans take a lot less heating than the sausages, therefore I think the hob is the most effective way of warming them up.
The nutritional information tells you that in half a can there is:
It does advertise on the packaging that the beans and sausages are a "source of fibre" and "low in sugar".
In conclusion I think Heinz Baked Beans Pork Sausages are a tasty product from Heinz that are quite nutritious and very convenient. If you can't be bothered to cook but don't want to eat junk then treat yourself to some tasty beans and sausages on toast.
Summary: Heinz gets it right again.
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