Sainsbury's Basics, Morrison's RaspberryH:
The next one is the Sainsbury’s basics vanilla cheesecake. It says on the box that it has “A bit more biscuit, but still a good dessert.” One sixth of a cheesecake gives a whopping 17.3g of fat.
Geoff would love that.
Look at that – the biscuit base has instantly crumbled into dust. It’s so dry.
That’s pretty awful.
It just looks like a gone off cheese.
Looks like just a lump of soft cheese on a digestive biscuit. No wait, it is!
Oh, that’s so nasty. It’s wrong.
The cheesecake-y bit isn’t so bad but…Bindi, are you gagging?
Ugh. That’s so horrible. It’s like fat rolling around my tongue.
Um, yeah. Yeah, that’s going in the bin.
Sainsbury's Basics. Click to enlarge
I’m binning mine too. It’s just manky crushed up biscuit.
I’m having some crisps.
That is not worth £1.88. It’s disappointing. Right, next one.
Ah, this next one is my favourite to win.
Yeah, you think this is the winner. A Morrisons' vanilla cheesecake with raspberry sauce on a biscuit base.
Yeah, spread out like a raspberry ripple. It looks good.
£2.99, 16g of fat per sixth.
Yuck! Eugh, I just had some of the last one come back on me. Ew!
There’s a lot of biscuit base here, but it’s really nice. Half inch thick.
Morrison's Raspberry. Click to enlarge
Fork ready, I’m going for maximum raspberry.
I wanted that bit!
It’s really creamy and nice, but the raspberry mixes it up a bit. Mmm.
Jamie, you haven’t even had any!
Hiren, Arti and Hugh enter.
Hi guys, how are you?
This is Arti from Dennis Publishing. I think this is the first time you’ve been to these offices, isn’t it?
We’re hard at work, honest.
We’ve put on 50g of fat or something, each.