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350g frozen blueberries £1.00.99 reduced to £1 @ Tesco

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bargain frozen blueberries - 350g for £1. Absolute deal - 150g (fresh) can cost £3.99 some places - I take a small bowlful out the freezer the night before and have them on my bran flakes for breakfas…
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7y, 10m agoFound 7 years, 10 months ago
bargain frozen blueberries - 350g for £1. Absolute deal - 150g (fresh) can cost £3.99 some places - I take a small bowlful out the freezer the night before and have them on my bran flakes for breakfast - gert lush! I bought 4 packs earlier today! Super healthy deal!
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#1
Are they as nice as fresh though? I hate frozen veg. But for a quid its worth a try, love raspberries strawberries and blueberries on weetabix nom nom lol thanks
#2
Frozen blueberries make better blueberry muffins than fresh ones as they keep together in one juicy lump when you bake them :thumbsup:
#3
Out of curiosity - do you bake them frozen or do you defrost them? Whenever I bake using frozen blueberries I like to half-defrost them so the juice is all over the place; it creates lovely purple swirls in my cakes. :-)
#4
debbie79
Are they as nice as fresh though? I hate frozen veg. But for a quid its worth a try, love raspberries strawberries and blueberries on weetabix nom nom lol thanks


IMHO, fresh are 100000 times better than frozen (both taste and texture). However, for the price your paying, this is still a very hot deal!!
#5
Where are you finding these online? They don't seem to be there when I search for them. :)
#6
fresh blueberries are 99p at Lidl at the moment .... mmmmmmm !
#7
Hot deal for cooking or blending in smoothies, but for eating fresh these are nowhere near as nice as fresh blueberries
#8
I don't like blueberries.. yuk Lol :D
#9
qwertymz
Out of curiosity - do you bake them frozen or do you defrost them? Whenever I bake using frozen blueberries I like to half-defrost them so the juice is all over the place; it creates lovely purple swirls in my cakes. :-)


I stir them into the mixture frozen then they say together as they bake so you get less "purple swirls" but a more concentrated juicy bit.
#10
Fresh blueberries are £1 @ Morrrissons
#11
Poor deal; lots of cheap fresh blueberries around at the moment
#12
I love these, thanks for the headsup.

I blend them down and add into low fat greek yogurt. Yumm yummmm.
#13
littleterror
I love these, thanks for the headsup.

I blend them down and add into low fat greek yogurt. Yumm yummmm.


That sounds lovely - AND low fat! Shall try someday. I take it you blend them frozen?
#14
Hot deal; I love frozen blueberries mainly because you get a sizeable box and get to keep it for a while, unlike fresh blueberries which have to be eaten pretty much asap. I'm a blueberry junkie. :-)

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