Tesco value batter mix - pancakes or yorkshire puddings 7p at Tesco, instore, get some for pancake day - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HotUKDeals, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HotUKDeals app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
356Expired

Tesco value batter mix - pancakes or yorkshire puddings 7p at Tesco, instore, get some for pancake day

£0.07 @ Tesco
as in title, 128g packet. Just add one egg. 7p Bargain!!
mummyto3kids Avatar
6y, 1m agoFound 6 years, 1 month ago
as in title, 128g packet.

Just add one egg.

7p Bargain!!
More From Tesco:
×
Get the Hottest Deals Daily
Stay informed. Once a day, we'll send you the deals our members voted as the best.
Failed
mummyto3kids Avatar
6y, 1m agoFound 6 years, 1 month ago
Options

All Comments

(28) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
#1
Pancake day is late this year isn't it not til march 8th. I make a toad in the hole with these a bargain
#2
hot!
#3
I use these all the time, and I am asked to take them when I am visiting family who live abroad. They are the best and beat all the expensive packets
#4
The egg required costs more than the mix
#5
This price is pretty standard. I usually buy ten or so at a time. We made pancakes this morning with them funnily enough and I will be having Yorkshire puds with my roast later today too. They are always perfect giant puff balls of tastiness. Those batter mixes that cost so much are a mugs game.
#6
Always this price at Tesco, Asda, Sainsburys etc etc!
#7
Usual price for these i think. Cheap as chips but rare to find in my local tesco's as there's always just an empty space on the shelf where these should be.
6 Likes #8
Or alternatively, buy a bag of plain flour - just add an egg, milk & water and you have batter.

Edited By: W1zz on Feb 13, 2011 16:42
banned 1 Like #9
W1zz
Or alternatively, buy a bag of plain flour - just add an egg, milk & water and you have batter.


too much trouble for this lazy lot haha
#10
Cheaper than flour
#11
Yep, cheaper than flour, and zero mess. HOT!
#12
W1zz
Or alternatively, buy a bag of plain flour - just add an egg, milk & water and you have batter.

+1, I was wondering if I missed something but... oO
#13
Foxy102
Yep, cheaper than flour, and zero mess. HOT!


1.5Kg Tesco Value Plain Flour = 52p

11 * 128g packets of mix (1.4Kg) = 77p and 11 empty wrappers to dispose of..


Edited By: W1zz on Feb 13, 2011 17:53
#14
W1zz
Foxy102
Yep, cheaper than flour, and zero mess. HOT!


1.5Kg Tesco Value Plain Flour = 52p

11 * 128g packets of mix (1.4Kg) = 84p and 11 empty wrappers to dispose of..


Don't forget the cost of the milk lol!...

...plus the 1.35kg of Tesco Value Plain flour I will have to throw away later in the year!
#15
Do you have to add milk/water too? If so, surely just as easy to measure out your flour, add a milk and an egg?
#16
zannaz82
Do you have to add milk/water too? If so, surely just as easy to measure out your flour, add a milk and an egg?


No milk required!

Saw this review for the sainsburys one - http://www.dooyoo.co.uk/food/sainsbury-s-batter-mix/1221303/

Some people need to get a life!

Don't even need an egg BTW!!!

Edited By: Foxy102 on Feb 13, 2011 18:06
1 Like #17
This is fab, use it loads for pancakes and yorkshires

I also discovered the Tesco value custard powder this week at 7p as well, have used it tonight- just add boiling water so no additional cost- and it was great!!!!
#18
Hi - best pancake recipe is Delia's (just google it)

The secret is a good whisking - use a machine if you have one. Get the batter nice and frothy and it won't stick to the pan.
1 Like #19
Ingredients

For the pancake mixture

*

110g/4oz plain flour, sifted
*

pinch of salt
*

2 eggs
*

200ml/7fl oz milk mixed with 75ml/3fl oz water
*

50g/2oz butter

To serve

*

caster sugar
*

lemon juice
*

lemon wedges

Preparation method

1.

Sift the flour and salt into a large mixing bowl with a sieve held high above the bowl so the flour gets an airing. Now make a well in the centre of the flour and break the eggs into it. Then begin whisking the eggs - any sort of whisk or even a fork will do - incorporating any bits of flour from around the edge of the bowl as you do so.
2.

Next gradually add small quantities of the milk and water mixture, still whisking (don't worry about any lumps as they will eventually disappear as you whisk). When all the liquid has been added, use a rubber spatula to scrape any elusive bits of flour from around the edge into the centre, then whisk once more until the batter is smooth, with the consistency of thin cream. Now melt the 50g/2oz of butter in a pan. Spoon 2 tbsp of it into the batter and whisk it in, then pour the rest into a bowl and use it to lubricate the pan, using a wodge of kitchen paper to smear it round before you make each pancake.
3.

Now get the pan really hot, then turn the heat down to medium and, to start with, do a test pancake to see if you're using the correct amount of batter. I find 2 tbsp is about right for an 18cm/7in pan. It's also helpful if you spoon the batter into a ladle so it can be poured into the hot pan in one go. As soon as the batter hits the hot pan, tip it around from side to side to get the base evenly coated with batter. It should take only half a minute or so to cook; you can lift the edge with a palette knife to see if it's tinged gold as it should be. Flip the pancake over with a pan slice or palette knife - the other side will need a few seconds only - then simply slide it out of the pan onto a plate.
4.

Stack the pancakes as you make them between sheets of greaseproof paper on a plate fitted over simmering water, to keep them warm while you make the rest.
5.

To serve, sprinkle each pancake with freshly squeezed lemon juice and caster sugar, fold in half, then in half again to form triangles, or else simply roll them up. Serve sprinkled with a little more sugar and lemon juice and extra sections of lemon.
#20
diabeticguy

Stack the pancakes as you make them between sheets of greaseproof paper on a plate fitted over simmering water, to keep them warm while you make the rest.


A completely unnecessary bother... you couldn't make them stick if you tried!

However like you, such things are a past memory.... (or at least they should be!) low carb (Low GI or Low GL) is the only way to go with ANY sort of Insulin resistance! Forget what the NHS and most Endos tell you about filing yourself full of carbs, as a means of lving with diabetes and ditch the regime quick, and get well again!

My Grandmother lived and died in, and way beyond Hell, in a captive situation (Nursing home), following a so-called diabetic diet meticulously, & NEVER got any degree of control, but plenty of blindness and ulceration - and I was going the same way too until I discovered a Low Glycaemic Index diet.
eg. http://www.lowcarbdiabetes.co.uk & http://www.lowglycemicload.com/
#21
Foxy102
zannaz82
Do you have to add milk/water too? If so, surely just as easy to measure out your flour, add a milk and an egg?


No milk required!

Saw this review for the sainsburys one - http://www.dooyoo.co.uk/food/sainsbury-s-batter-mix/1221303/

Some people need to get a life!

Don't even need an egg BTW!!!


Of course you need an egg otherwise it won't turn out right. You can't just cook flour, milk and water. If you don't use an egg you need to use something else in place of it, like vegans do.
#22
rqmusicfan
Foxy102
zannaz82
Do you have to add milk/water too? If so, surely just as easy to measure out your flour, add a milk and an egg?


No milk required!

Saw this review for the sainsburys one - http://www.dooyoo.co.uk/food/sainsbury-s-batter-mix/1221303/

Some people need to get a life!

Don't even need an egg BTW!!!


Of course you need an egg otherwise it won't turn out right. You can't just cook flour, milk and water. If you don't use an egg you need to use something else in place of it, like vegans do.


I stand corrected.
#23
nihcaj
diabeticguy
Stack the pancakes as you make them between sheets of greaseproof paper on a plate fitted over simmering water, to keep them warm while you make the rest.
A completely unnecessary bother... you couldn't make them stick if you tried!However like you, such things are a past memory.... (or at least they should be!) low carb (Low GI or Low GL) is the only way to go with ANY sort of Insulin resistance! Forget what the NHS and most Endos tell you about filing yourself full of carbs, as a means of lving with diabetes and ditch the regime quick, and get well again!My Grandmother lived and died in, and way beyond Hell, in a captive situation (Nursing home), following a so-called diabetic diet meticulously, & NEVER got any degree of control, but plenty of blindness and ulceration - and I was going the same way too until I discovered a Low Glycaemic Index diet.eg.http://www.lowcarbdiabetes.co.uk &http://www.lowglycemicload.com/

Hey thanks for the links nihcaj, your Gran suffered the same fate as my mum, diabetes is a truly evil disease. I am not yet diabetic but showing signs of insulin intolerance so I need as much help as possible. I've heard eating raw or 'living foods' has reversed diabetes, cinnamon and saffron very useful also. You are right about how diabetics are given the wrong advice, all those sugar free foods contain ASPARTAME and no-one should be touching that.

As for this product, I'd stick to flour and eggs good people.,

Edited By: accusedgirl on Feb 13, 2011 23:53
#24
Its always this price at Morrisons
#25
cazzabird
Its always this price at Morrisons

The Morrisons batter is far superior, I often make Toad in the Hole and also Sunday's Yorkies and noticed that the batter rose much much better and also tasted considerably better from Morrisons. I always shop at Tesco, but when I asked the mother in law to bring some batter mix for our Sunday dinner I now dont buy any other. Its the one in the Yellowy/Brown packet.

Edited By: Supalynz on Feb 14, 2011 12:13
#26
i cant believe people buy these...
#27
I do buy these all the time, can't really add heat though as it's always this price and isn't really a 'hot deal'... These are worth buying, the non-value ones aren't because costs a lot more than just using the ingredients.
1 Like #28
At 7p a packet it saves buying a big packet and having to measure out what you need.

Value noodles are as good as Bachelors and I find a lot of Tesco Value items are better than their more expensive equivalents.

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Looking for Twitter login?
Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!