Aunt Bessies New Range Review And Giveaway

                                   Aunt Bessie's






Since its first Yorkshire Pudding was made in 1974, Aunt Bessie’s has maintained the belief that everyone should enjoy traditional family meals any day of the week, regardless of busy schedules or skill in the kitchen. Knowing the importance of good, tasty meals, Aunt Bessie’s has created a wide range of products that are quick to make, have that delicious homemade flavour, and provide that helping hand to bring busy families and friends together.


 


                                 Aunt Bessie’s Fast Facts


  •  The first ever Aunt Bessie’s Yorkshire Pudding was created for a Butlins holiday camp in 1974.
  •  Aunt Bessie’s Ltd produces up to a staggering 20 million Yorkshire Puddings a week at its busiest time and half a billion annually.
  •  In the last 15 years, Aunt Bessie’s products have become so popular that Aunt Bessie’s Ltd has grown its retail sales value to £190m.
  • Aunt Bessie’s is owned by the William Jackson Food Group.


                             New Range Of Frozen Foods





 

Homestyle Gravy

When you’re serving up a family meal, timing is key and making the gravy right at the last minute can be a real hassle. Aunt Bessie’s new frozen Homestyle Gravy provides the perfect solution to ensure that you can get stuck into your favourite meals without any last minute fuss. In Classic and Perfect for Chicken flavours, it’s the perfect accompaniment to a wide range of red meat, sausage and chicken meals.
Aunt Bessie’s Classic and Perfect for Chicken Gravy are available from all major retailers at MRRSP £1.69.

               Home Cook Casseroles

 
Casseroles are a great wholesome family meal option, especially in winter, but we don’t always have the time or experience to make one from scratch. For busy mums and families that love proper homemade meals, Aunt Bessie’s new Home Cook Casseroles are a great way to help keep the family fed with deliciously hearty meals any day of the week. In Tender Beef and Succulent Chicken varieties, they provide a tasty option that takes just a minute to prepare and 1.5 hours in the oven.
Each pack of Aunt Bessie’s Casseroles serves two people. Available from all major retailers at £2.99, they can be found in the frozen aisle near the prepared meal options.



                             Yorkshire Puddings

Yorkshire Puddings are a great British tradition and are perfect for any occasion. In addition to the family favourite of Aunt Bessie’s Irresistible Yorkshire Puddings, Aunt Bessie’s has also created Perfect for Sausage Yorkshire Puddings – an innovative, boat shaped Yorkshire created especially for sausages. A versatile alternative to the traditional Yorkshire, these puddings are suitable for kids and grown-ups alike. And, just in time for Christmas, Aunt Bessie’s is introducing brand new Special Yorkshire Puddings, which have a richer, more savoury flavour, are bigger, deeper and crispier, and are designed to make Christmas meals hassle-free.
Both Aunt Bessie’s Irresistible Yorkshire Puddings and Perfect for Sausage Yorkshire Puddings are available in all major retailers, priced at MRRSP £1.59 and £1.69 respectively.
Aunt Bessie’s Special Yorkshire Puddings are available in Morrisons, Sainsbury’s and Waitrose priced at MRRSP £1.79.


 

                                               Accompaniments

To complete the perfect family roast, Aunt Bessie’s has launched two tasty new accompaniments. Containing only the best quality ingredients, Aunt Bessie’s Apple & Herb Stuffing Balls combine breadcrumbs, apple, onion, herbs and butter to make stuffing that tastes deliciously homemade. As well as being a great accompaniment to pork, Aunt Bessie’s Apple & Herb Stuffing Balls also go perfectly alongside Aunt Bessie’s new Roasting Vegetable Mix. Cutting out the hassle of preparing roast vegetables yourself, this tasty new accompaniment is ideal for busy mums and families who want to cook nutritious and filling meals.
Both Aunt Bessie’s Roasting Vegetable Mix and Apple and Herb Stuffing Balls are available in stores now, priced at MRRSP £1.79 and £1.49 respectively.




                                                      Desserts

Whether you’re looking for a quick and tasty family dessert option or fancy an indulgent sweet for two, Aunt Bessie’s has created five new desserts to suit every occasion and taste. All are free from artificial colours, flavours and preservatives, and can be popped in the oven and served to perfection within a matter of minutes – ideal for busy couples and mums on the go.
Aunt Bessie’s Apple Crumble and Rhubarb Crumble come in a Perfect for Two size – ideal for couples dining together. For a family meal, Aunt Bessie’s Rhubarb and Custard Crumble provides plenty of servings and will have the whole family coming back for seconds. Finally, as a real treat Aunt Bessie’s have also launched created Tangy Lemon Sponge Pudding and Gooey Chocolate Sponge Pudding – the perfect treat to complement dinner, any night of the week.
Aunt Bessie’s Perfect for Two Apple Crumble is available in Asda, Morrison’s, Tesco, Waitrose and Co-op (from £1-£1.29), with Perfect for Two Rhubarb Crumble (£1) available in Morrison’s and Waitrose. Aunt Bessie’s Family Size Rhubarb and Custard Crumble (£1.79) is available in Iceland and Waitrose, and Tangy Lemon Sponge Pudding and Gooey Chocolate Sponge Pudding are both available in Iceland (£1.50).



                     Where to go for more info on Aunt Bessie’s

For those looking for a helping hand or to serve up something different at meal times, visit the Aunt Bessie’s Facebook page www.facebook.com/auntbessies, follow @AuntBessie’s on Twitter or go to www.auntbessies.co.uk for plenty of hints, tips and recipes.


                                        My Review


I was sent a selection of products to try for myself 

This gravy is great so simple to use and ready in a flash i love the little portions it comes in just add boiling water and heat in microwave or on the cooker very tasty.

Roasting veg now im not really one that loves veg especially not swede but i thought since they were kind enough to send me some i better try them lol from the minute i opened the packet my mouth was watering mainly because of the smell of the honey glaze these only take around 30mins to cook in the oven so does all of the range i got sent which is great as there is no remembering to put something in or take it out which i am really rubbish at.
yummy i love stuffing and these were really full of flavour love that they are apple and herb makes a difference from sage and onion
These had to be my favourite i normally love making yorkshires myself but liked these due to them being the shape for sausages

My dinner was really nice and the yorkshires were really good.

For desert i had the apple crumble now i know it says perfect for 2 but i ate it all myself shhh thats between us :-) anyway it was really lovely it was not overly dry topping like some and the apple was really nice..

I love the new range from Aunt Bessie's and since they dont take long to cook i think they are perfect if you are really busy and dont have time to cook in my case i wanted to be lazy and make dinner as simple to make but tasty to eat and i succeeded thanks to Aunt Bessie's 

So how would you like a competition?. Well you are in luck as i have Two prizes where you could win £10 in Aunt Bessie's vouchers.

Same rules as always good luck :-)






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89 comments:

  1. Yorkshire Puddings .. not tried the boat shaped ones yet but will do now

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  2. I like the yorkshires, i haven't tried the boat shaped ones yet, but they look yummy with sausages inside! i'm intrigued by the frozen gravy too-i will have to check that out x

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  3. You can beat the yorkshire puddings

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  4. I've bought the Yorkshires and the Roast Potatoes before, and they're both excellent, but I think you have me tempted on the lemon pudding. I might have to take a trip to Iceland.... :oP

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  5. Yorkshire Puddings of course. Nothing beats Aunt Bessie's Yorkshires.:)

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  6. yorkshire puddings, i always keep some in incase i dont get time to make my own xx

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  7. yorkshire puddings you cant beat them

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  8. the roast potatoes - fantastic!

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  9. Mine is the yorkshire Puddings - perfect every time! I love them!

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  10. My kids love the boat shaped yorkshire puddings x

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  11. yorkshire puddings
    jillwebb@blueyonder.co.uk

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  12. Yorkshire Puds!

    @rachiegr

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  13. I love the carrot and swede! Could eat a whole packet to myself!
    xxx

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  14. the yorkshire puddings are great

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  15. I'm following you on GFC as pookybearcheung

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  16. The sage and onion stuffing balls.

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  17. Yorkshire puddings!!

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  18. I like the Yorkshire puddings

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  19. my Aunt Bes faves are her Yorkshire puddings

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  20. Croquette potatoes - perfect every time

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  21. The mashed potato. Delish!

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  22. Following on Newtworked Blogs as Zoe Howarth

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  23. Already following by GFC, Networked Blogs and e-mail!

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  24. grainne marnell-fox25 November 2012 at 14:09

    roasted veg are fab, tried them yesterday x

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  25. The sage and onion stuffing balls.

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  26. Yorkshire Puddings of course.....

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  27. I follow via GFC & Networked Blogs..

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  28. Aunt Bessie Mini Roasts are superb! I have them all the time - not peeled a spud since we discovered them!

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  29. yorkshire puddings

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  30. It has to be the roast potatos in duck fat, yum

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  31. yorkshire puddings - both the usual shape and the boat shapes are fab!

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  32. I love the yorkshire puddings. :)

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  33. Yorkshire Puddings; can't have a Sunday roast without them

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  34. Yorkies - tried to make them myself but they're always as flat as a tack. Love the look of the sausage shaped ones.

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  35. Yorkshire Puddings

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  36. Yorkshire Puddings

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  37. midweek roasties mmmmm

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  38. The stuffing balls are great because they are really easy to just heat up.

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  39. Yorkshire puddings.

    (Btw, I tried to submit this comment yesterday but I used a different pc and I now don't think it worked having submitted another comment elsewhere today, as the "prove you're not a robot" box never popped up. Sorry.)

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  40. Brambly Apple Crumble

    Following via GFC as Alice Hindley

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  41. It has to be Yorkshires :)

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  42. I love the sticky toffee pudding. Yum!! x

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  43. The Roast Parsnips, my homemade ones are never as good

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  44. The yorkshire puddings - perfect every time
    @jen1984j
    jen jackson

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  45. My favourite is the yorkshire puddings, although I really like the Roasties too! :)

    Naomi xxx

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  46. I love the carrot and swede mash, its so delicious!

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  47. You can't beat the yorkshire puddings

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  48. Yorkshire Puddings - i love them..

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  49. oh Yorkshire puddings :) ya can't beat em xx

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  50. I follow on GFC and Network Blogs thankyou xx

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  51. Yorkshire Puddings! :)

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  52. Aunt Bessies roast potatoes are the best! :) We usually have them with our Christmas dinner. :)

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  53. I Like the honey roasted parsnips the best

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