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  • Rosa_Damascena
    Rosa_Damascena Posts: 6,259 Forumite
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    The honey and oat loaf is lovely but you don’t get much for £1.99 sadly. Got it free twice though - lovely jubbly.
    This tends to be my go-to if I ever cross the £50 spend boundary. Doesn't stay fresh for long though.
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  • 2childmum2
    2childmum2 Posts: 184 Forumite
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    We love the honey and oat loaf, although have only ever had it as a freebie
    The Lidls near us haven't had it for 2 months now - not even a space for it on the display. We assumed it had been discontinued
  • Rosa_Damascena
    Rosa_Damascena Posts: 6,259 Forumite
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    edited 27 February at 7:03PM
    Has anyone been converted to the Lidl bakery having been tempted by up to 27 days of goodies? I was surprised how nice the pain au chocolat is.
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  • GillyLucy
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    The chocolate fudge brownie was to die for.
    I cut it into 4 pieces and ate over 2 days but I could easily have just stuffed it down in one go.
  • Cornucopia
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    The bakery products are often very good - BUT they are also relatively expensive.   I've had a good range of freebies during the promotion, some of which I'd have never bought and probably won't buy again (YumYum, I'm talking about you).   That's not because it wasn't good, but it's just very indulgent.  

    Some Lidl's have had a locally packed multi-buy of the Ancient Grain Rolls - the price has varied, but I've bought them at 4 for 99p.   That's the kind of price that they need to be for them to be worth buying (for me).   
  • Rosa_Damascena
    Rosa_Damascena Posts: 6,259 Forumite
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    GillyLucy said:
    The chocolate fudge brownie was to die for.
    I cut it into 4 pieces and ate over 2 days but I could easily have just stuffed it down in one go.
    They were out of stock 3 days in a row last week so I didn't sample my freebie!! Not a big fan of brownies, but I liked the Belgian bun :)
    No man is worth crawling on this earth.

    So much to read, so little time.
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