Wouldn't buy again
They taste like a reasonable jam tart but the most smallest amount of jam in every one. Thought it might be a one off so few weeks later o bought them again and was the same. For the price it would be nice to actually get some jam
My coeliac daughter loves these.
Nice Tarts, Shame About The Palm Oil
These are quite nice considering they're free from, not overly sweet but still tasty. Just a shame that they contain so much palm oil.
My husband is a coeliac so I sometimes buy from the Tesco free from range when I don’t feel like baking. I’ve bought Sainsbury’s gluten free jam tarts before and was surprised at how delicious they were. Naively I assumed the Tesco ones would be similar if not the same. I was so wrong. They are truly awful - the pastry has the texture and taste of bendy cardboard. Avoid and save your money.
INEDIBLE ... they are so VERY sickly sweet. Would have preferred not to have given it any stars at all! It is almost as if the manufacturers feel that because they are 'free from', that to compensate, more sugar than usual is needed.
Excellent, don't taste much different from regular jam tarts.
Horrible. Too much sugar, gave me chest pains, serious fatigue/tiredness, a headache and bloating after eating them. But when I eat the free from tarts from other brands this doesn’t happen to me. Don’t think I’ll be buying again unless I’m desperate to get a snack but I have to remember that this is basically lots sugar and jam
Poor item for the free from range, they still cont
Poor item for the free from range, they still contain egg unnecessarily
They used to be much better, and bigger, with an a
They used to be much better, and bigger, with an actually short crust. They still taste okay, but the pastry is soft and it's more like cake than a tart.