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Sainsburys Creme Brulee £1.00

£1.00 @ Sainsbury's
I've just come back from Sainsburys a while back. Picked up a few of their creme brulee 2x100g which are normally priced at £1.75 each. They come in these cute glass dishes too which I'm hoping to get… Read More
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1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago
I've just come back from Sainsburys a while back. Picked up a few of their creme brulee 2x100g which are normally priced at £1.75 each. They come in these cute glass dishes too which I'm hoping to get a bit of use out of afterwards.

There were some other desserts for £1 too including tiramisu and panna cotta but I don't think they came in glass dishes.
kushie Avatar
1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago
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1 Like #1
Cute glass dishes lol. Had these the other day, nice. I only buy creme brûlée when £1
1 Like #2
Taste great and even better now down to £1. Thanks OP.
#3
Norwichlad
Cute glass dishes lol. Had these the other day, nice. I only buy creme brûlée when £1


Are they any good? I haven't got round to eating them yet. And trust me, free glass pots come in handy when you work with Montessori kids. They're forever breaking them. Even just as a paint/glue/plant pot :)
#4
I don't seem to have the knack of making the crispy sugar topping - I have tried the grill and a blow torch but no luck !
#5
Hmm, now I remember those satchets of sugar! I tucked in too quick to notice them.
And the glass is great for olive oil and vinegar dips
#6
Thanks op, one of my fav desserts.:)
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kushie
[quote=Norwichlad]
[quote=lindalindalin]I don't seem to have the knack of making the crispy sugar topping - I have tried the grill and a blow torch but no luck !

Make sure the grill is at red hot prior to putting them under, leave for 3-4 mins, then put straight into the fridge for 10-15 mins....Voila, crispy on top :{
#8
Does anyone else remember when Sainsbury used to do these in different flavours? :) Yum

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