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Sainsbury's TTD Cheesecakes 2 for £5 (£3.99 each normally) (Instore & Online) @ Sainsbury's
Sainsbury's TTD Cheesecakes 2 for £5 (£3.99 each normally) (Instore & Online) @ Sainsbury's

Sainsbury's TTD Cheesecakes 2 for £5 (£3.99 each normally) (Instore & Online) @ Sainsbury's

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The following Cheesecakes are normally £3.99 each, but you can currently buy any 2 for £5 either online or instore.

Sainsbury's Red Berry Swirl Cheesecake, Taste the Difference.
Sainsbury's Tarte Au Citron, Taste the Difference.
Sainsbury's Ultimate New York Vanilla Cheesecake, Taste The Difference.

Red Berry vanilla Cheesecake

West Country cream and full fat soft cheese vanilla cheesecake. Swirled with a British red berry compote and baked on a rich and buttery shortbread.

Tarte au Citron

A French favourite that's zesty and refreshing. We make the filling with freshly squeezed lemon juice and cream, and pour it into our all butter Signature(TM) pastry. We then glaze it for a patisserie finish.

Ultimate New York Vanilla

We make our creamy vanilla cheesecake with fresh West Country cream & full fat soft cheese. Then bake it on a rich & buttery shortbread.

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Original Poster

Sainsbury's Red Berry Swirl Cheesecake, Taste the Difference

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Sainsbury's Tarte Au Citron, Taste the Difference

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Sainsbury's Ultimate New York Vanilla Cheesecake, Taste The Difference

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Yummy! :-D

Not worth full price but these are very nice, I've had them a few times when on offer. I'm getting a bit fed up of these kind of offers on fresh foods though, the majority of people (outside of families) will not eat 2 full cheesecakes before the sell by date, why not just do a £1 discount?

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Thowky;5203655

Not worth full price but these are very nice, I've had them a few times … Not worth full price but these are very nice, I've had them a few times when on offer. I'm getting a bit fed up of these kind of offers on fresh foods though, the majority of people (outside of families) will not eat 2 full cheesecakes before the sell by date, why not just do a £1 discount?



Stick the 2nd one in the freezer. ;-)

Good deal, however Cheesecake is very easy to make but these are good for when you haven't the time or inclination :-D :thumbsup:

the cheesecake is a lie.

cheese on cake?

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I tell you what they taste great, but I'm struggling to finish it, lol, glad the other one is in the freezer.

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beastman;5209708

cheese on cake?



A kind of cake made of cottage cheese or cream cheese, eggs, sugar, etc., usually baked with a bottom crust of crumbs.

http://www.theroyalchef.com/cheesecake.bmp

top cheesecake, go get some

good if you can't be bothered to make one but here's a cheap recipe that makes a much larger cheescake, and it's nicer imo (lighter texture).

For the top
- Grab two Sainsbury's basic cream cheeses (46p each i think)
- grab one small 150ml double cream (55p-ish)
- 1 lemon (30p)

For the base
- Pack of digestives (use about 12)
- add 70g butter
- some honey

- Crush biscuits in blender/food processor.
- Melt butter in saucepan, add the biscuits, add two tsp of honey.
- press down into 8" tin, leave in fridge for 30 min.
- Whisk the cream until it goes quite hard, add the zest of the lemon, and the juice.
- Add all the cream cheese, whisk until smooth
- add about 1 tablespoon of caster sugar, whisk in. If not sweet enough, add more. You want it to taste sweet but till have a cheese bitterness. If it's full on sweet it will over power once completed.
- put on top of biscuit
- leave in fridge for at least 24 hours for a firm texture. I never make it that far though lol.

This is a lot bigger than sainsbury's cheesecakes, and only for about £2.50 or so.
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Original Poster

Offer is still on, picked up two Tarte Au Citron Cheesecakes, popped them in the freezer as I'm only 1/4 through my second Vanilla Cheesecake from last week.
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