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Bubbly Bursts (like pop a ball) 99p instore Home Bargains
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Bubbly Bursts (like pop a ball) 99p instore Home Bargains

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Posted 24th Nov 2018Local
Found these instore (Airdrie) today - I haven’t tried them, but they look like pop a ball (sold in Lakeland I believe (very expensive) or amazon. But these are only 99p which I think is a bargain and will be ideal as wee add on gifts. They sell them in strawberry or blueberry. You add them to drinks, cocktails, or deserts. I think they are (or were) quite trendy! Great for a quid.
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Were they in with the general food items or gifts?
They were sold alongside the alcohol 🥂
these look great thanks for sharing @theredw0man
Any idea what's in these?
I’ll post a picture of ingredients.....
Haylhoo15 m ago

Any idea what's in these?

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Will look out for them in store. Thank you!
awesome been looking at this,but very expensive in Lakeland for wat there are
Edited by: "Pricklerickle" 24th Nov 2018
Pricklerickle24/11/2018 19:34

awesome been looking at this,but very expensive in Lakeland for wat there …awesome been looking at this,but very expensive in Lakeland for wat there are


Absolutely, I always fancied trying them but refused to pay Lakeland prices for them. Looking forward to trying these with a glass of prosecco later
theredw0man57 m ago

Absolutely, I always fancied trying them but refused to pay Lakeland …Absolutely, I always fancied trying them but refused to pay Lakeland prices for them. Looking forward to trying these with a glass of prosecco later


i reckon there be lovely for in gin
Daft question is it one ball or a little box of a few
gill180849 m ago

Daft question is it one ball or a little box of a few


It’s a little tub of many, all floating around in strawberry juice, the packaging says three servings which seems about right.
I’m having them just now with a glass of prosecco.... must say I wish I could compare with the extortionately priced Pop a Balls , but they’re just wee balls full of sweet juice that burst in your mouth. Not sure how much they enhance the drink tbh but they look ‘cute’ and I’m still going to buy more to give as gifts, just won’t be rushing out to buy myself any I’d say. Still a great price I think compared to the expensive stuff, and a good ‘talking piece’ with a festive tipple🍸 🍹
Are these suitable for vegetarians??
garamasala201520 m ago

Are these suitable for vegetarians??


Can’t say for sure, but I’d say it is as they use carrageenan in place of gelatin
These were right at front of shop by star buys in huddersfield
They're usually used in bubble tea - which was popular in Thailand and Asia in general but they're very popular over here now. Those ones are called popping boba
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