Dr Oetker's Super Cook Milk Chocolate Chips Reviews
Product Type: Dr Oetker's Baking & Ingredients
Description:Brand: Dr Oetker's / Type: Chocolate
Newest Review: ... hunting for something that would give my potentially prize-winning baking more interest. Thinking for a short while, I ... more
by - written on 08/05/10 (Very useful, 160 readings)
Although i'm not the world's greatest chef, I have been known to make a pretty good cake in my time. I normally opt for the good-old-fashioned sponge variety, and my secret ingredients make sure it's moist little number. When I say 'secret ingredients', i'm speaking of common-or-garden additions rather than anything sinister like the milk from a cat, or a badger's renal juices. Anyway, after years of making the same tried and tasted cakey-concoction, I was informed that my cake *may be* a little boring... Of course, I took the criticism on board, and went out hunting for something that would give my potentially prize-winning baking more interest. Thinking for a short ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/02/10 (Very useful, 28 readings)
I've written a few Super Cook reviews today and thought I'd tell you about these chocolate chips while I'm at it. They are milk chocolate and come in 100g bags, I'm not sure of the price because I've never actually brought them myself but they can't be that expensive probably about £1.00. My mum makes wicked chocolate chip cookies and she usually uses these, she doesn't put that many chips in the mixture so you get a nice chocolate taste but without it being overboard. If you eat one of these chocolate chips on their own it doesn't taste that nice and isn't creamy or rich like the milk chocolate you buy to eat. You don't notice it when you put ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/01/09 (Very useful, 198 readings)
What is it? ******** Little small mini blobs of milk chocolate. Special Features? ************** Not really, they are very simple little things but very nice for sprinkling into your cake mixtures, onto your desserts or just for decorating the cake. Also very handy as a substitute during times when I have run out of chocolate, i.e. you can also eat them straight from the packet. Are they good? *********** Besides being highly accessible and adaptable, I feel what the chocolate chips contain themselves matter very much. There's 'chocolate' and then there's 'chocolate flavoured' things, which means, to me, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/02/09 (Very useful, 32 readings)
The packets are 100g and they cost about 85p this does seem expensive but that is an awful lot of chocolate chips for your money. These are what I would call generic chocolate chips this meaning that I would use them for everyday baking and if I was baking to seriously impress then I would opt for something else. I use these for the vast majority of things though. To give you a rough idea of what 100g means in terms of a recipe, I use these in a double chocolate cookie recipe and use half a pack so around 50g sometimes up to 75g. You can also, as I do, use them to decorate. As far as buying them goes they are available from most supermarkets and some smaller ... Read the complete review
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