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£2.00 750gms frozen fruit LIDL Healthy eating !

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4y, 10m agoFound 4 years, 10 months ago
I was doing a shop in LIDL when I spotted these rather interesting bags of frozen fruit. I have been paying £2 a pop for 300gm in ASDA -
I'm on a health kick and have fruit with natural yoghurt.
750gms frozen fruit Strawberrys , mixed fruit , rasberries , blueberries available for £2 & the fruit is lovely.
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#1
Lovely warmed up with a little sugar/sweetener and ice cream (extra low fat of course....) YUM!
#2
Thil
Lovely warmed up with a little sugar/sweetener and ice cream (extra low fat of course....) YUM!

You just killed it!

Healthy desert and then you go and add sugar and ice cream to it, you may aswell just leave the fruit in the freezer in Lidl's..
#3
hope they're better than the tesco's frozen fruit. When it defrosts, it's like mush.
#4
vegasbaby
hope they're better than the tesco's frozen fruit. When it defrosts, it's like mush.

That's par for the course for any frozen soft fruit. Fine for cooking (pies, crumbles, cobblers) and for anything that requires a bit of mush (stirred into yoghurt, Eton mess).
1 Like #5
great in porridge
banned#6
Good price if they all are 750 gram bags. The pic looks like the mixed berry pack which is £1.39 in Aldi and Tesco for 500 Grams so Lidl is slightly cheaper.

Doubt the single packs of Stawberries, Raspberries etc are this price for 750g but would like to be proved wrong.
#7
Not really 'healthy' they are frozen!
1 Like #8
pnewbuy
Not really 'healthy' they are frozen!


So why does the fruit being frozen make them unhealthy? :o
#9
pnewbuy
Not really 'healthy' they are frozen!

You do know to defrost them don't you ?
1 Like #10
actually u may find frozen is better

its picked too early to be put in a store when fresh to extent shelf life
its picked when rpe and frozen within 2 hours( the law is 2 hours if i remember rightly)

these berry mixes with yoghurt,cinnamon and a little drip of honey or maple is the bomb.

also eggy bread with a bit of berry mix warmed up over the eggy bread,sprinkle cinnamon on the bread first though.

Edited By: ramiuk1 on Feb 27, 2012 18:53
#11
This is a regular stock item at Lidl. In fact, I'm sure the last time we purchased it, it was cheaper than £2. Btw, it's much better that the Tesco's frozen fruit.
banned#12
Frozen fruit is actually likely to be better. Supermarkets are known to spray preservatives on fresh fruit as obviously they go off very quickly.

It's usually strawberries and blueberries that they do this to since they are expensive to begin with (therefore higher standards for consumers in terms of aesthetics and life-span)...

flash freezing is in no way GOOD for fruit, but there is very little significant data to suggest that it is BAD for fruit...
#13
i use the asda or morrisons version to put on cereal (defrosted of course). I'll be picking this size of bag up tomorrow :)
#14
cowbutt

That's par for the course for any frozen soft fruit.


any thoughts on what this type of thing might be like for wine making? Got to get some on the go in the next few weeks and its either use frozen fruit or find somewhere that is selling "well" ripened fruit cheap.
#15
wjaime
Frozen fruit is actually likely to be better. Supermarkets are known to spray preservatives on fresh fruit as obviously they go off very quickly.

It's usually strawberries and blueberries that they do this to since they are expensive to begin with (therefore higher standards for consumers in terms of aesthetics and life-span)...

flash freezing is in no way GOOD for fruit, but there is very little significant data to suggest that it is BAD for fruit...



flash frozen is prob best way so it preserves the cells i would of thought
#16
ramiuk1
wjaime
Frozen fruit is actually likely to be better. Supermarkets are known to spray preservatives on fresh fruit as obviously they go off very quickly.

It's usually strawberries and blueberries that they do this to since they are expensive to begin with (therefore higher standards for consumers in terms of aesthetics and life-span)...

flash freezing is in no way GOOD for fruit, but there is very little significant data to suggest that it is BAD for fruit...


flash frozen is prob best way so it preserves the cells i would of thought

Is there anything it can't do ?
#17
Everyone is giving a "recipe" for eaten the fruits...
What about just eating them with nothing else on them, no sugar, no icecream, no nothing...
We tend to forget that we can drink regular water with no sugar in it, we can eat regular fruits with no sugar on them and so on.
HOT.
#18
Blend a handful frozen with a banana and milk.

Delicious.

Edited By: iNfy on Feb 28, 2012 06:14
#19
Voted hot! Defrost a quarter of the pack, blend with some Lidl 29p yogurt and a banana and you got a cheap smoothie
#20
£1.39 for 500g at ALDI.

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