Dr Oekter pud in a mug. Was 85p now 17p @Tesco
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Dr Oekter pud in a mug. Was 85p now 17p @Tesco

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Found 8th Oct
Hot pudding with a sauce for 17p each
They are normally 85p each but.....

On offer 3 for £1 combined with Any 3 baking products save 20%

When put through the till it comes up 3 for 49p

All flavours included

They taste very nice as just had one lol

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great price was looking at similar on qvc yesterday and they were £10 for 3

Very good deal for the convenience factor, but at full price you are better off using a recipe for microwave mug chocolate cake..its dead easy and costs pennies... just flour, egg, sugar, butter and chocolate from what I remember. I've not made one in a few years but I used to be able to make them in under five mins when I was more practiced.

CelicaGT-Four8 m ago

microwave mug chocolate


Hmmm. must try that... Whisk 1/4 cup flour, 5 tablespoons sugar, 2 tablespoons cocoa powder, 1 egg, 3 tablespoons milk, 3 tablespoons vegetable oil and a dash of vanilla extract and salt in a large mug until smooth. Microwave until puffed, about 2 minutes.
foodnetwork.com/rec…697
Edited by: "Musicrab" 8th Oct

Musicrab7 m ago

Hmmm. must try that... Whisk 1/4 cup flour, 5 tablespoons sugar, 2 …Hmmm. must try that... Whisk 1/4 cup flour, 5 tablespoons sugar, 2 tablespoons cocoa powder, 1 egg, 3 tablespoons milk, 3 tablespoons vegetable oil and a dash of vanilla extract and salt in a large mug until smooth. Microwave until puffed, about 2 minutes.http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/food-network-kitchen/instant-chocolate-cake-recipe-2105697

Be sure to try it! You get a lovely hot moist mug cake that's sticky in the middle. Honestly, they are really nice! I think I used that recipe too but judged it by eye after I'd got the hang of the ratios. I sometimes used to drop a couple of squares of real chocolate in the mix too, so you get lovely molten chocolate in the middle. Then I got fat and stopped eating cake pmsl.

Ohhh Drattage. Never heard of these...was in Tesco yesterday, wish I'd known, i'd have grabbed 36748483 of them!

These are so rank. Don't bother, even at tuppence.

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adamguest19859 m ago

These are so rank. Don't bother, even at tuppence.


Seriously....they great. So chocolatey and yummy

Normally make my own but with this offer I thought I'd grab aload and pleased I did.

Trying toffee one next

we bought 3 for £1 2 weeks ago, tried chocolate chip and it was revolting, cross between a part cooked yorkshire pudding and a dumpling, even my dog wouldn't eat it.

1. Link is bad.
2. Not showing 3 for £1 to me.

charleaward811 h, 14 m ago

we bought 3 for £1 2 weeks ago, tried chocolate chip and it was revolting, …we bought 3 for £1 2 weeks ago, tried chocolate chip and it was revolting, cross between a part cooked yorkshire pudding and a dumpling, even my dog wouldn't eat it.

I hope 'even my dog wouldn't eat it' is a figure of speech and you didn't actually fed chocolate to the dog.

Here’s a better recipie: 2 tablespoons each of coconut oil, ground almonds, coco powder and sweetener of choice (I use Truvia), one egg, 1/2 tsp baking powder, 1/4 tsp vanilla. Beautiful!

My verdict for what it's worth - the chocolate ones are really nice and moist but the plain one with choc chips (and no sauce) is way too dry and stodgy.

adamguest19854 h, 0 m ago

These are so rank. Don't bother, even at tuppence.

Well Its by a doctor.

These smell like farts. Eggy farts. If you like eggy farts then this deal is for you. Im gonna pass.

These are decent. Add your own choc chips....

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20% off when you buy 3 or more Home Baking
Offer valid for delivery from 04/10/2017 until 24/10/2017

Any 3 for £1.00
Offer valid for delivery from 04/10/2017 until 14/11/2017
Edited by: "scorpiok" 8th Oct

Picked up some tonight. Choc chip seemed nice to be fair. No stock of sticky toffee though :-(
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