Heinz snap pots beans + spag hoops £1 a pack in Asda - HotUKDeals
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hi all, hope this hasnt already bean (he he) posted. asda have the 4 x snap pots packs on offer at the mo, they are usually about £1.75 a pack for 4 little tubs of beans or spaghetti hoops but at the mo they are on roll back to just £1. I know the little tubs may not be for everyone but i bought some today as they are the perfect amount for beans on toast, also got some for my nan as she loves these pots but wont pay the full price. got these in the asda norwich but they are online also and would assume they are nationwide.
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#1
These are nice, but a pain in the ar#e to use, they are so full that you struggle to pull the lid off without spilling it and burning yourself...
#2
never tried these but i do find i get a bit much in a tin so i will give them a go
#3
veryyyyyyyyy hoooooooooooooot from me!!!!!!!!!!!!!

heat and rep added. i love these, they are very convenient, and the size is just the portion for my little girl..
#4
These are a great idea - I really looked forward to them - but they don't taste the same as Heinz beans or spag hoops from a can. I only wish they did. They are exactly the same product but to my mind they are more "gloopy" when heated up. Mind you, kids probably don't notice - so great for them.
#5
Have been really disappointed with Heinz lately - The beans and tommy sauce have gone very watery. I would probably get Branston myself and put half the tin in a bowl in the fridge. Probably cheaper too if you can be bothered with the 'fuss'.
#6
I'm a big fan of these. I always used to end up throwing away the half tin that went in the fridge. 25p for each of these, plus the equivalent of 20p for two slices of tasty multi-seed batch loaf, makes a tasty, cheap, light meal.
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These are nice, but a pain in the ar#e to use, they are so full that you struggle to pull the lid off without spilling it and burning yourself...


These are great at this price and very convenient. I dont recognise the above problem as you have to pull the top right back (but not quite off) before you heat them, thus once heated you dont actually have any further tearing off of the top to do?! :?
#8
thanks for this, these are the only beans my kids will eat, and they are just the right size - but usually cost well over £1.
#9
I prefer the spag hoops as they are easier to 'harpoon' with a fork than the beans
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#10
got some .. these are great for bachelors as they are small in size ....
and the good thing is they are microwavable ..
#11
These are great for our daughter at UNI. Microwavable and no washing up bar the fork! :thumbsup:

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