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Tesco Value Custard Powder 70g 6p

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6y, 1w agoFound 6 years, 1 week ago
70g packet custard powder - 6p!

Couldn't see it listed, apologies if a repeat.

Perfect with apple crumble in front of a roaring fire..
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#1
WARNING - THIS PRODUCT HAS BEEN LINKED TO THE PHENOMENA OF SPONTANEOUS HUMAN COMBUSTION
#2
COULD GET VERY HOToO
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"Perfect with apple crumble"

Not if you intend on eating the apple crumble after you pour this crap all over it!
#4
ben777neb
COULD GET VERY HOToO


Which is for the best other wise it gets quite lumpy.
1 Like #5
I really don't know why people would buy value products of things that aren't expensive anyway. You can get a decent brand packet of custard power for about 75p and it's 100x better than this stuff.
#6
looks like somthing else ;)
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I think it is sensible to try the cheapest brand of any product, if you don't like it then try the next one up until you find the one you like. The most expensive isn't always the one you prefer.
#8
shane2010
looks like somthing else ;)


I felt an Al Pacino moment coming on when I saw this...
#9
davidclack
I think it is sensible to try the cheapest brand of any product, if you don't like it then try the next one up until you find the one you like. The most expensive isn't always the one you prefer.


thats a lots of crap you'd have to ingest. I'd value my health more than a few p
#10
is this proper custard powder or an instant mix?

Thanks
#11
I tried some the other day and I like it.
#12
looks like cocain from the picture...
#13
Guys you are missing the point custard powder is just cornflower colouring and vanilla favouring. This will just be the same without the colouring. White custard is actually what people have on their Christmas pudding (it looks like snow?).
If this was just cornflower this would be very cheap, asda stopped doing their own cornflower and I have to buy branded which is about 4 times the price for exactly the same thing!
#14
....and a miserable Christmas was 'ad by all!! lol
“Tiny Tim...can you taste the additives Tiny Tim, that’s why you’re so sick?!”
#15
thats a lots of crap you'd have to ingest. I'd value my health more than a few p

I wasn't aware that all lower cost products are crap, incidentally the Lidl Christmas pudding at £2.99 came top in the Which test.
#16
Man goes to the doctor with a blancmange sticking out of his ear.
Doctor asks 'what happened to you?'
Man says 'sorry, you'll have to speak up, I'm a trifle deaf'
#17
Weenie Beenie
I really don't know why people would buy value products of things that aren't expensive anyway. You can get a decent brand packet of custard power for about 75p and it's 100x better than this stuff.


some people don't particularly enjoy or believe in paying extra only for a brand name. You should watch that Food Billions TV show that's on at the moment, might make you think twice about throwing your money away ;-)
1 Like #18
You are all pretty grippy!!! I know it is an economic crisis but come on!!
#19
tried it, and quite nice it is too.
dont knock it if you haven't tried it.

toad
#20
teddyshady
looks like cocain from the picture...


Looks like a night in Rotherham, oh sorry you said that already..
#21
For those knocking this and talking about it like it's some kind of industrial fall-out being marketed as custard powder, have any of you actually TRIED it? I usually buy Asda Smart Price custard powder and actually prefer it to Bird's, which is several times the price. The Asda stuff actually mixes better, too.

I think Tesco are missing a trick here... they should put the price UP to at least 99p per single pack, then all the wallies who are blindly brand loyal will try it thinking (and convincing themselves) that it's one of the best custard powders out there.

This reminds me of people that insist on only buying Panadol rather than generic paracetamol at a fraction of the price, or Zirtek instead of generic cetirizine hcl, etc, etc. Wake up and smell the coffee (err, custard powder)!

Edited By: ian_uk1975 on Dec 01, 2010 20:47
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ian_uk1975
For those knocking this and talking about it like it's some kind of industrial fall-out being marketed as custard powder, have any of you actually TRIED it? I usually buy Asda Smart Price custard powder and actually prefer it to Bird's, which is several times the price. The Asda stuff actually mixes better, too.

I think Tesco are missing a trick here... they should put the price UP to at least 99p per single pack, then all the wallies who are blindly brand loyal will try it thinking (and convincing themselves) that it's one of the best custard powders out there.

This reminds me of people that insist on only buying Panadol rather than generic paracetamol at a fraction of the price, or Zirtek instead of generic cetirizine hcl, etc, etc. Wake up and smell the coffee (err, custard powder)!


No the "wallies" who don't buy this would not buy it if it was 99p per pack, Its just that some of us can afford better quality groceries, Don't be a hater, man :)
#23
Granted I have not tried this custard but I have tried plenty of other value products to know they're exactly that, value. Also I never said you should buy birds, I still buy shops own brand custard, morrisions usually, just not the absolute cheapest value stuff.
#24
jonny619447
No the "wallies" who don't buy this would not buy it if it was 99p per pack, Its just that some of us can afford better quality groceries, Don't be a hater, man :)

lol, believe me when I say I can afford more expensive custard powder. I'm just saying that 'quality' groceries aren't always proportional to the price paid. The cheap stuff is often just as good, especially when it's something as simple as custard powder.
#25
Weenie Beenie
Granted I have not tried this custard but I have tried plenty of other value products to know they're exactly that, value. Also I never said you should buy birds, I still buy shops own brand custard, morrisions usually, just not the absolute cheapest value stuff.

Glad you said 'value' and not 'crap'. I never said you said I should buy Birds; I'm simply saying I tried Birds just the other day as it was on offer and thought it inferior to Asda Smart Price, which is the cheapest of the cheap.
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ian_uk1975
jonny619447
No the "wallies" who don't buy this would not buy it if it was 99p per pack, Its just that some of us can afford better quality groceries, Don't be a hater, man :)


lol, believe me when I say I can afford more expensive custard powder. I'm just saying that 'quality' groceries aren't always proportional to the price paid. The cheap stuff is often just as good, especially when it's something as simple as custard powder.


I will quite often buy homebrand products for basic things as well like lasange sheets etc. Not much they can mess up with that but tesco value is another level of cheapness and 6p custard is 6p for a reason!

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