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Frozen mixed fruits 1kg £2.50 @ Tesco
Frozen mixed fruits 1kg £2.50 @ Tesco

Frozen mixed fruits 1kg £2.50 @ Tesco

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On offer now was £3.50 now £2.50 until 22nd May.
A selection of strawberries, blackberries, raspberries and blackcurrants.

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Frozen mixed fruits.

Is there nothing that Disney won't endorse?

FREEZIN_WOLF

Frozen mixed fruits. Is there nothing that Disney won't endorse?



Let it go lad......;).....
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Heat, got these on Friday

nice these in a morning breakfast shake.

Usually pay £2 for the 500g bag, so this is a bargain, heat.

Made smoothies with ours this morning, glad it's still on offer , will have to stock up, really big strawberries and blackberries in the bag I bought.

lovely fruit

This is a bargain considering that rip-off Sainsbury's is charging £2 for a 480 gram bag

Nutri bullet plus ice cream plus frozen fruit plus vodka = sorted

I've never tried frozen fruits before, so I might give it a try.

good for porridge to cool it down quickly

Overnight oats for me, makes it gooey love it

Frozen mixed fruits.

Is there nothing that Disney won't endorse?

These are great for sticking in G&T or Vodka and lemonade.

Funny enough I got these on Saturday evening.........and they are pretty decent. Goes well with Alpro Yogurt too, currently on offer for £1 a tub in Tesco too........defrost the fruit first though

FREEZIN_WOLF

Frozen mixed fruits. Is there nothing that Disney won't endorse?



Let it go lad......;).....

Excellent for smoothies

time to dust off​ the nutribullet. heat added.

Heat, sweet deal.

Only trouble is that the smallest fruits (blackcurrants) naturally sink to the bottom of the bag. Shake it up to get 'distribution'!

Yup, used to make loads of these in the summer with the Magic Bullet!! About the only thing it was used for

nandbb

Yup, used to make loads of these in the summer with the Magic Bullet!! … Yup, used to make loads of these in the summer with the Magic Bullet!! About the only thing it was used for



Isn't a Magic Bullet a bit different to a Nutribullet?

Overnight oats with frozen fruit, myprotein unflavoured whey and a spoonful of peanut butter. Tasty, filling breakfast.

delboyd

Isn't a Magic Bullet a bit different to a Nutribullet?



Didn't JFK invent that?

tinkerbellian

Made smoothies with ours this morning, glad it's still on offer , will … Made smoothies with ours this morning, glad it's still on offer , will have to stock up, really big strawberries and blackberries in the bag I bought.



I'm honestly so happy to see somebody online using "bought" instead of "brought", It's such a rarity nowadays that I'd like to thank you.

Pretty sure they're cheaper in Lidl's.

Bought a kilo of strawberries on Saturday for 2.39.

Why have cherries disappeared from Tesco and Aldi? any one know.

delboyd

Isn't a Magic Bullet a bit different to a Nutribullet?



Lol - I know where you're going, but it *is* also a blender...
argos.co.uk/pro…747

Whilst this is a good price it is only 25 p cheaper thna they used to be ...I've had these for the best part of a year and just over a month ago, they brought out the 'floor scrapings version of these bags for £2.75 and the actual packets went up to this £3.50 from the 'reasonable' £3.00 that they were. imho they are the best selection/quality if you like blackcurrants in your mix!! But again imho the Lidl alternative berries'n'cherries is better value and only because of the cherries better tasting too @£2.39 for 750g

The damaged bags(formerly referred to as floor sweepings lol, are actually ok if you are using them for overnight oats or mixed in smoothies etc. but has a lot of raspberries 'beads' rather than whole fruit

Lidl's is great quality and best price. but these Tesco bags are a really handy size and very good quality frozen fruit inc Black currants )
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