Betty Crocker "Shake to make" Pancakes American Style 25p + 30p off future betty crocker purchase (instore and pos store specific) @ Asda - HotUKDeals
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Was in Asda Hamilton and was going to pick up the normal one which was £1.32 but next to it there was the American Style pancake mix, not sure how it greatly differs but it gets good reviews. These however are marked up at 25p each and like the tesco deal a few months back they also have the 30p off any other betty crocker voucher on the label. your 5p up and you have pancakes how can you go wrong.

I dont know if this is store specific etc so please update accordingly
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#1
couldnt you techincally buy them all for just 25p then ?
#2
you could if you wanted to but wouldnt be in the spirit of hotukdeals and letting others benifit.

however im assuming you mean buy one at 25p then take that voucher and buy another then repeat
#3
i'm quite good at doing pancakes, but this didn't work, tried 2 different pans, 3 pancakes, all got stuck, couldn't turn it ... threw it all into bin
#4
Worked for me, very lazy but very good i thought

Homer like pancakes........hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
#5
I very lazily used these once - they all stuck.
Definitely a right Crocker s....!
#6
Hot price - rubbish product :p
#7
Made some of these the other day, have to agree with the others they're not great!
#8
Usually make my own pancakes can't beat them, thought I'll give these a god, the mixture is like a lump, it sticks to the pan, horrid product.
#9
It does state american style. They have a thicker mixture and should only be made about 3-4" in diameter each. I can't say that I have tried this product, though I use proper american mix (Betty Crocker) which you just add water to and have no problem with these sticking. You do have to turn them with a spatula though rather than flipping them.
#10
This reminds me of....

http://img.shinyshack.com/l_betty_crocker_bisquick_baking_mix.jpg
a great mix for making blueberry pancakes..... anyone seen this is any supermarkets ??
I've looked in a few before, found nothing.
#11
I'm not going to vote, but I think the thick plastic packaging is completely unnecessary and very irresponsible on Betty Crocker's and the retailer's part
#12
Every time I've used these they've come out fine, although I prefer the traditional style as you can get about 6 pancakes out of them. Are you sure you're just not greasing the pan's first?
#13
£1.30 in asda southampton centre
#14
Used these on pancake day as I was lazy - worked absolutely fine as long as you don't try and make them massive.
#15
theADDict
This reminds me of....

http://img.shinyshack.com/l_betty_crocker_bisquick_baking_mix.jpg
a great mix for making blueberry pancakes..... anyone seen this is any supermarkets ??
I've looked in a few before, found nothing.
I nearly bought this last week, can't remember if I was in Asda or Tesco, but it was definitely one of the two!
#16
Mmmmm, I've looked in 3 different Tescos and maybe 1 asda....but never see it anywhere.
Tesco seem to stock every other Crocker mix except this one.

Thanks for the reply though, let me know if you see it next time.

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