Tesco Ready to Eat Custard

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... When you do want custard it can be a slight hassle to get out the powder and make it yourself, so in this day and age of so many things being ready made, why not get some ready made custard? Tesco Value Ready to Serve Custard is not the most attractive product in the whole wide world, but ... Read review

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Community Level 5Nathan_Innit

Nathan_Innit

For the Food Drive

AdvantagesIt's not a half bad dessert

DisadvantagesWhat would the chefs say

"...get some ready made custard? Tesco Value Ready to Serve Custard is not the most attractive product in the whole wide world, but what blue line product is? The tins not even nice to look at, this particular tin that I've got at the moment - and I guess it's just luck of the draw, seems to have a lot of black marks around the bottom that not even the label stuck around the tin can hide. As for the label itself, well I know Tesco do try and make their ..." Read review
17.05.2007

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Community Level 3carolinemu

carolinemu

custard in a pot

Advantagesa good alternative to a yogurt

Disadvantagesnone

"...background with the logo of tesco in red, and in blue the words are written ready to eat custard, very easily opened with the foil top. **Other information** It is suitable for vegetarians, not suitble for anyone with nut allergies as the product is made in a factory that uses nut ingredients, this custard can be eaten hot or cold, if eaten cold it is best kept in the fridge, if eating hot, microwave in a 650 watt oven by removing foil lid, ..." Read review
30.03.2003

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Community Level 5debbie_mar...

debbie_marway

A real scrummy pudding

AdvantagesReally yummy, no preparation, always on the shelf.

DisadvantagesIts got calories!

"...well a whole carton of TESCO CUSTARD poured over a slice of my mums homemade chocolate cake. Forget the calories, I donít get weighed in till next Tuesday, so will have to starve from tomorrow otherwise I will suffer the wrath of Sharon. Anyway, as I feel sick and a complete pig of myself, hereís a brief description of this scrumptious yummy desert accompaniment that I have just hogged down. WHAT DOES IT LOOK LIKE? Itís thick and gluppy ..." Read review
01.07.2004

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Type Custard
Manufacturer Tesco

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Listed on Ciao since 30/03/2003

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