Birds Eye Hash Brown Waffles 459G £1 @ Tesco
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Birds Eye Hash Brown Waffles 459G £1 @ Tesco

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Found 21st Feb 2013
Down in price from £1.65 to £1 ... nice with the Sunday breakfast.. yum yum

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They are so good! Also they are 75p in Morrisons at the moment but heat added anyway because not everyone has a local morrisons!

they are yummy

sorry but people eat this stuff?
Potato,Vegetable Oil ,Potato Flakes ,Onion ,Salt ,Egg White Powder ,Stabiliser (E464)# ,Dextrose ,Toasted Onion Powder ,White Pepper ,# E464 is derived from a natural plant material. We use it to control the level of fat absorbed by the waffles and to maintain their shape & texture
Edited by: "Wongy110" 21st Feb 2013

thewongwing101

sorry but people eat this stuff?Potato,Vegetable Oil ,Potato Flakes … sorry but people eat this stuff?Potato,Vegetable Oil ,Potato Flakes ,Onion ,Salt ,Egg White Powder ,Stabiliser (E464)# ,Dextrose ,Toasted Onion Powder ,White Pepper ,# E464 is derived from a natural plant material. We use it to control the level of fat absorbed by the waffles and to maintain their shape & texture



At least there's no horse listed...ohh..E464 is industry code name for Red Rum... Damn.. Ill have to go back to my homecooked food instead.

MuffinsTasteLovely

At least there's no horse listed...ohh..E464 is industry code name for … At least there's no horse listed...ohh..E464 is industry code name for Red Rum... Damn.. Ill have to go back to my homecooked food instead.


who knows if there was 101p cashback i would probable still buy it

Yum!! I love these

These look amazing

xSparksx

They are so good! Also they are 75p in Morrisons at the moment but heat … They are so good! Also they are 75p in Morrisons at the moment but heat added anyway because not everyone has a local morrisons!

beat me to it.. also birdseye chicken burgers half price in morriedogs 75p and there well good..

Wow! I've never heard of these. Don't tell my kids, they'd go wild for them as part of a healthy, in moderation, full English breakfast. I'd be tempted to buy them in Morrisons for 75p but if the kids get hooked, they'll be sad when I refuse to buy them at full price. They're a bit expensive compared to hash browns at roughly the same price for (new smaller pack size) 700g. Hot from me anyway.

Come on health Nazi these are not bad. Oven cook not deep fried. There is nothing in these that is scary in moderation.

At least there is no horse / dog whatever tescos put in their own brands in these.

Got these for 75p out of Morrisons the other day

love these!!

thewongwing101

sorry but people eat this stuff?Potato,Vegetable Oil ,Potato Flakes … sorry but people eat this stuff?Potato,Vegetable Oil ,Potato Flakes ,Onion ,Salt ,Egg White Powder ,Stabiliser (E464)# ,Dextrose ,Toasted Onion Powder ,White Pepper ,# E464 is derived from a natural plant material. We use it to control the level of fat absorbed by the waffles and to maintain their shape & texture



You balk at vegetables, spices and salt but are ok with lamb lungs, sheep's wot-nots and whatever else gets thrown into Haggis? Seems backward to me.

For the record I enjoy both - hash brown waffles topped with haggis and brown sauce is excellent!


Edited by: "Xb0xGuru" 23rd Feb 2013
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