Cow & Gate Baby Cereals £2.21 each or 2 for £2.50 @ Tesco
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Cow & Gate Baby Cereals £2.21 each or 2 for £2.50 @ Tesco

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Found 28th Apr 2008
Cow and Gate baby cereal is currently on a 2 for £2.50 offer, most of the cereals are about £1.89 each but the 7 month + breakfast cereals including the apple and blueberry sunburst are £2.21 each and they are in the offer so saving £1.92!!!

Bargain.

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Hiya
Don't know if you have a Home Bargains by you but they have them at 25p and 49p a box.
See link hotukdeals.com/ite…ta/
Posted by Muchell

nikkib123;1985166

HiyaDon't know if you have a Home Bargains by you but they have them at … HiyaDon't know if you have a Home Bargains by you but they have them at 25p and 49p a box.See link http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/176248/cow-gate-baby-balance-breakfast-sta/Posted by Muchell



Yep, lots to choose from too, 4 for £1, 49p for the larger 7mths+ boxes, i have just stocked up, thanks for your deal!, which i voted hot! rep added too. thanks Muchell

karen3boysxxx;1985186

Yep, lots to choose from too, 4 for £1, 49p for the larger 7mths+ boxes, … Yep, lots to choose from too, 4 for £1, 49p for the larger 7mths+ boxes, i have just stocked up, thanks for your deal!, which i voted hot! rep added too. thanks Muchell



I have a cupboard full ha ha, I love Home Bargains (or H & B as I call it).
:thumbsup:

Original Poster

nikkib123;1985209

I have a cupboard full ha ha, I love Home Bargains (or H & B as I call … I have a cupboard full ha ha, I love Home Bargains (or H & B as I call it).:thumbsup:



How i wish i had a Home Bargains locally. :x

nikkib123;1985166

HiyaDon't know if you have a Home Bargains by you but they have them at … HiyaDon't know if you have a Home Bargains by you but they have them at 25p and 49p a box.See link http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/176248/cow-gate-baby-balance-breakfast-sta/Posted by Muchell



I completely missed that!!! will be going in tomorrow.:thumbsup:

got a box from home bargains today.49p

Not to put down the deal, but does anyone else find if you make this stuff up as directed it's really runny and you need to add loads more? I think it's because of the nutritional information. If you make it up with only one spoonful it's not too high in things, but when you have to add several spoonfuls it becomes high, so I think they tell you make it up thin to get round it??? Price wise great deal tho!

they had these in poundland awhile bk 2 for £1

I agree - in order to make them palatable for even my 4 month old, you have to add about twice as much as recommended, really hiking up the nutritional values.

Besides, my little girl has declared them disgusting, only fit for spitting across the room at unsuspecting guests. :thumbsup:

crissy_uk;1986708

Not to put down the deal, but does anyone else find if you make this … Not to put down the deal, but does anyone else find if you make this stuff up as directed it's really runny and you need to add loads more? I think it's because of the nutritional information. If you make it up with only one spoonful it's not too high in things, but when you have to add several spoonfuls it becomes high, so I think they tell you make it up thin to get round it??? Price wise great deal tho!



Hi, I think it is down to the milk you use (if using milk), My baby is on enfamil AR and it thickens up nicely, but my bubba has to eat it quickly, as they just go thin, its to do with the temp. Just add more porridge until you have the right consitency, and try letting it sit, it does go thicker. The porridge from home bargains was all add milk, i prefer to add water, then he can drink the milk, wish i had not bought sooo much now! nevermind
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