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Shake To Make Pancake Mix 5p @ Asda instore

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5y, 9m agoFound 5 years, 9 months ago
Just picked up 2 shake to make pancake mix bottles for 5p each instore @ asda.
92p each or 2 for £1 online.
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#1
Prefer to make them myself but at 5p (including additives) this is a good deal.
#2
nice find, easier than all that messing about, especially if there's only two of you..
#3
Good price, but i'll stick to homemade!! Heat added
#4
What a coincident: I just found 5p. Is that a sign I should buy this?
8 Likes #5
MrPuddington
What a coincident: I just found 5p. Is that a sign I should buy this?


Save the 5p and put it towards a dictionary, then try looking up 'coincident'. I suspect that in the long-run this will benefit you more than pancake mix.
1 Like #6
Xeijin
Save the 5p and put it towards a dictionary, then try looking up 'coincident'. I suspect that in the long-run this will benefit you more than pancake mix.

X)
1 Like #7
FTCom
nice find, easier than all that messing about, especially if there's only two of you..


All that messing about?? mix together flour, egg and water/milk! Takes about 30 seconds.
6 Likes #8
MrPuddington
What a coincident: I just found 5p. Is that a sign I should buy this?

Watch your spelling and grammar on this site otherwise you'll have smart a***s making silly comments. :)
#9
How much do you actually get with this? In terms of litres or whatever?
1 Like #10
5426angela
MrPuddington
What a coincident: I just found 5p. Is that a sign I should buy this?
Watch your spelling and grammar on this site otherwise you'll have smart a***s making silly comments. :)

Do you mean alecs?
#11
zel69
Do you mean alecs?

Something like that!! X)
2 Likes #12
Who gives a toss
#13
great price i paid a lot more in my local asda today
#14
zel69
5426angela
MrPuddington
What a coincident: I just found 5p. Is that a sign I should buy this?

Watch your spelling and grammar on this site otherwise you'll have smart a***s making silly comments. :)


Do you mean alecs?


a**s - you mean a**se or ass? (_;)
#15
I don't understand how it's 5p if it's 2 for £1?!

I'm confused is it just going through the till at 5p each? I've got loads of the 7p batter mixes and easy enough to make your own anyway :)
#16
3 Ounces of Self Raising Flour.
2 Ounces of Sugar.
1 Egg.
1 cup / half a mug of milk.

Whisk with a fork and spoon into a hot'ish frying pan.

Feel happy that you have made something yourself, from scratch.
#17
serve warm with jam, or bacon and maple syrup if it's a sunday morning :)
#18
at 10p an egg wouldn't be cheaper to buy the 5p packet that has everything included
1 Like #19
wagamamaluva
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a**s - you mean a**se or ass? (_;)


No I mean smart a***s plural, there is more than one on here (_;)
#20
They are not 5p. I bought some yesterday. They are 2 for £1.
#21
just been my local tesco and there was a stack of em big sign 2 for £1 so no deal for me :(
#22
janner66
They are not 5p. I bought some yesterday. They are 2 for £1.

But this is what they call "tooodaaayy" :p
#23
Master G
FTCom
nice find, easier than all that messing about, especially if there's only two of you..


All that messing about?? mix together flour, egg and water/milk! Takes about 30 seconds.


Can't, the thought of cracking an egg and having that snot like horrible stuff touching my hand would make me throw up..........
#24
Are these the thick American pancakes or the normal thin ones?
#25
Jumpingphil
sammy12345
just been my local tesco and there was a stack of em big sign 2 for £1 so no deal for me :(


You should have tried Asda then, as that is where this deal was found. http://i305.photobucket.com/albums/nn219/jumpingphil/RollEyes.gif


:D
#26
Jumpingphil
samhale
Are these the thick American pancakes or the normal thin ones?


Wouldn't that depend on how much water you add, or indeed, how much you pour into the frying pan?


PMSL....... this thread gets better by the minute .....:D
1 Like #27
samhale
Are these the thick American pancakes or the normal thin ones?


In case you are wondering what size they are .........go into your kitchen cupboard and measure your frying pan for the answer :D
#28
Meathotukdeals
janner66
They are not 5p. I bought some yesterday. They are 2 for £1.


But this is what they call "tooodaaayy" :p


Does that mean we have to post the same deal every day then? Pancake day is not until 8 March. I hardly think they would reduce it to 5p from yesterday when there are two weeks left. Whhhaaaat Dooooo Yooooouuu Thinkkkkkk?
#29
Xeijin
MrPuddington
What a coincident: I just found 5p. Is that a sign I should buy this?


Save the 5p and put it towards a dictionary, then try looking up 'coincident'. I suspect that in the long-run this will benefit you more than pancake mix.


Are you saving for some manners then? I hear you can do a savings scheme with Park to be able to afford them for Christmas
1 Like #30
Caz42
samhale
Are these the thick American pancakes or the normal thin ones?


In case you are wondering what size they are .........go into your kitchen cupboard and measure your frying pan for the answer :D


Thick pancakes use self raising flour. Crepes or as we call call them in Scotland, crappy English pancakes, are the thin ones and use plain flour and no sugar. The size of the frying pan has no influence on how much a pancake rises, ie, how thick it is.
#31
Is this deal nationwide then? Has anyone else other than the OP managed to find it locally?
1 Like #32
Rich44
Xeijin
MrPuddington
What a coincident: I just found 5p. Is that a sign I should buy this?


Save the 5p and put it towards a dictionary, then try looking up 'coincident'. I suspect that in the long-run this will benefit you more than pancake mix.


Are you saving for some manners then? I hear you can do a savings scheme with Park to be able to afford them for Christmas


No, having read your post I have now decided to save up for a sense of humour. It will be my gift to you.

Edited By: Xeijin on Feb 23, 2011 13:29
#33
was 2 for a pound in mine last night
#34
Just got back from ASDA in Liverpool today and NO sign of 5p deal. 2 for £1 is still on, and I bought some anyway as that is a good deal in itself.
1 Like #35
Paulnug
Caz42
samhale
Are these the thick American pancakes or the normal thin ones?


In case you are wondering what size they are .........go into your kitchen cupboard and measure your frying pan for the answer :D


Thick pancakes use self raising flour. Crepes or as we call call them in Scotland, crappy English pancakes, are the thin ones and use plain flour and no sugar. The size of the frying pan has no influence on how much a pancake rises, ie, how thick it is.


Glad someone has a brain on here!
#36
janner66
They are not 5p. I bought some yesterday. They are 2 for £1.


I can confirm that they were not 5p each in my local ASDA today either. Same price as you - TWO FOR £1.

Also to clear up some earlier confusion there are two different types of mix AMERICAN or TRADITIONAL.


Edited By: TheBiker on Feb 23, 2011 17:51
#37
twoism
Is this deal nationwide then? Has anyone else other than the OP managed to find it locally?


Personally I don't think it is Nationwide as its certainly not 5p in my local ASDA, not yesterday or today but who knows! Perhaps it will be tomorrow!
#38
sorry ment asda whoops X)
Jumpingphil
sammy12345
just been my local tesco and there was a stack of em big sign 2 for £1 so no deal for me :(
You should have tried Asda then, as that is where this deal was found. http://i305.photobucket.com/albums/nn219/jumpingphil/RollEyes.gif
#39
Paulnug
3 Ounces of Self Raising Flour.
2 Ounces of Sugar.
1 Egg.
1 cup / half a mug of milk.

Whisk with a fork and spoon into a hot'ish frying pan.

Feel happy that you have made something yourself, from scratch.


​Then scrape straight in the bin.

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