I was given a pack of Lovemore O’Choco biscuits recently.
The best way to describe them would be a form of GF Oreo cookie. and not being a fan of Oreos the fact that they where not dissimilar is not really a good thing for me personally, though I know Oreos are very popular with some people.
I found this product acceptable if there where nothing else to snack on but not something I would actively seek out as a treat.
Downside: The biscuits are rather crumbly/brittle and suffer from the gritty rice flour texture that so many GF baked goods have. Rather bland flavour that is very sweet and lacks a cocoa kick that the dark colouring seemed to promise.
All product reviews are made on genuine purchases.
The sandwich ‘thins’ from the Tesco Free From range are not bad at all. Probably one of the closest approximations to ‘proper’ bread that I have found yet.
These have a good flavour, decent texture and keep for several days. They also freeze well and maintain all the above qualities provided they are used quite quickly after defrosting; though of course that is the case with most baked products. Continue reading
In contrast to the previous post – these Tesco GF white chocolate and cranberry biccies are Yummy!!!!
as are these!
Taken me a while to think about this – but there is no other way – in order to take part in ‘cheese and biscuits’ over the festive season I bought a box of these.
Biiiiiig mistake. Not only do they lack discernible flavour, they also have (imho) the texture, colour and culinary appeal of plaster of paris.
Seriously to be avoided!
Tesco should hire me today as a mystery shopper.
Let me say that the staff I spoke with were all superb. Polite and helpful and more than willing to go that extra piece. The lad on the checkout had a smile and a chatter about produce and Christmas shopping – and yes, in the interests of bouquets among the brickbats, I stopped on my way out to compliment one of the floor managers on how polite the staff are. Continue reading
Gluten free bread is somewhat better in general terms than the first products that came onto the market some years ago. Or at least that is what I have told myself. Continue reading
I arrived home from a morning in the office where I was split between my Italian colleagues and my English clients. Three and a half hours of swapping business style and language can really be quit…
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