Purchased 2/9/21 - totally inedible due to being s
Purchased 2/9/21 - totally inedible due to being sold more or less as raw dough! Tried toasting them for longer and made no difference. Used to buy regularly as very comparable with branded ones, but have noticed for the last few months they taste very different. Please go back to your old recipes bakers
OK ...v. low price
Yes bit soggy but I find toast them for bit longer there ok @@@
It's the price that saved it from 1 star
As others have recorded, underbaked soggy offerings. They are extremely economical, but with a disagreeable texture and unpleasant taste probably better not waste the money.
NOT VERY NICE
THE LAST FEW PACKS OF THESE WERE NOT VERY NICE AT ALL. VERY SOGGY IN THE MIDDLE. STUCK TO THE TOASTER.
Have tried them a couple of times and when taken o
Have tried them a couple of times and when taken out of the packet the dough is so under cooked they are like sticky paste
The nicest own brand crumpets I've found!
Good value alternative to the leading brand of crumpets. The majority of the time, these are nicely flavoured, well risen crumpets, but sometimes you get the odd one (or odd packet) which are really flat and unusable. The texture can also vary from packet to packet, sometimes they are nice and fluffy and other times they are a bit more stodgy so the quality control is a bit poor and there's definite room for improvement. Overall, they are good value and I often buy these rather than paying three times as much for the leading brand.
These were half cooked. Brown on part and white on part so they toasted unevenly. Tasteless as well. Will not buy again.
Used to be superb value, what’s happened?!
I understand these are cheap but they are terrible! They used to be well risen, fluffy and a good equivalent to branded crumpets but they have just got worse and worse to the point of being flat, misshapen, unrisen and borderline inedible. What on Earth has happened to them?! New manufacturer? Bleugh.
Undercooked and doughy, taste like wallpaper paste
I would normally pop a crumpet into my electric toaster for a bit longer than a slice of bread, but I could not find a setting to get these cooked. They still tasted doughy even if I left them in until the underside was burning.