12 Portuguese Tarts - £4.99 at Costco Instore Only
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12 Portuguese Tarts - £4.99 at Costco Instore Only

£4.99£5.9917%Costco Deals
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Posted 10th NovAvailable: National, South East, South, South West, London, East of England, West Midlands, East Midlands, Yorkshire & Lincolnshire, North West, North East, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland
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TheMightyClam10/11/2019 21:03

I was expecting something else..


Your not the only one. I’ve had a bath for nothing
Most eye catching title I have seen
I was expecting something else..
12 English Tarts likely to be bigger yet cheaper
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They are soooooo nice best in the market
johnboy2410/11/2019 20:22

They are soooooo nice best in the market


What do they taste like? Savory or sweet?
wildswan10/11/2019 20:23

What do they taste like? Savory or sweet?


Tho ones from Lidl taste like heaven...
wildswan10/11/2019 20:23

What do they taste like? Savory or sweet?


they are sweet fantastic warmed up with a little cinnamon sugar
Most eye catching title I have seen
Wow, didn’t realise they sold these! Trip to Costco very soon me thinks 🔥
I was expecting something else..
TheMightyClam10/11/2019 21:03

I was expecting something else..


Your not the only one. I’ve had a bath for nothing
Has anyone actually had these & can compare them with the freshly made ones from the Co-op or LiDL? When I saw the Kirkland label I wondered if they had been previously frozen & 'baked' (glorified reheating) in store, which could have negative consequences for the textures. Still voted hot, obviously, but would like to know more.
Loveeee these
12 English Tarts likely to be bigger yet cheaper
GothBoy10/11/2019 21:35

Has anyone actually had these & can compare them with the freshly made …Has anyone actually had these & can compare them with the freshly made ones from the Co-op or LiDL? When I saw the Kirkland label I wondered if they had been previously frozen & 'baked' (glorified reheating) in store, which could have negative consequences for the textures. Still voted hot, obviously, but would like to know more.


Are you actually implying that Co-op or Lidl stores make these "fresh"? I assure you they absolutely do not. Even in huge supermarkets, everything beyond the simplest bakes (e.g. pancakes, bread rolls) arrives in store pre-made and ready to heat.

Tesco's Finest loaves, for example, arrive frozen and parbaked and only need to be heated and bagged.
GothBoy10/11/2019 21:35

Has anyone actually had these & can compare them with the freshly made …Has anyone actually had these & can compare them with the freshly made ones from the Co-op or LiDL? When I saw the Kirkland label I wondered if they had been previously frozen & 'baked' (glorified reheating) in store, which could have negative consequences for the textures. Still voted hot, obviously, but would like to know more.


I'm pretty sure that all in-store bakeries just finish things like this when they 'bake' stuff.
So it's just fancy part baked stuff.
Still, Lidl do manage to get the timing right mostly with the pastry crispy and the custard just about right. Just a pity their bakery displays are open though. Natas really shouldn't be in the open with people and flies touching them.
Same applies to all their bakery items. I only buy if they've just come out of the oven, or early in the day
Title drew me in as I thought that was a great price for an orgy.
Bad.Actor10/11/2019 22:10

Title drew me in as I thought that was a great price for an orgy.


If they are genuine tarts, you don't need to pay. Bad deal. Bad deal. I had 12 Portuguese tarts yesterday, some might say a dozen, I say 12, and they said I was the best. The best. And I didn't pay a penny. And the tarts loved it.
bailey8710/11/2019 21:47

12 English Tarts likely to be bigger yet cheaper


Any more than a mouthful's a waste!
Lidl’s are 49p each and are amazing. Always get mine from the back though - less likely to have been touched or coughed on ;-)
A way to a mans heart is a portugese tart
Swipe right....or is it left Mmmmm tarts ...
Tarts in the Algarve only take euros.
Is this the equivalent of natas that they sell in nandos?
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