McDougalls Fairy Girl Cake Mix Reviews
Product Type: McDougalls Baking & Ingredients
Newest Review: ... and the Bang On The Door logo's are on the top of the box. On the back are the ingredients, nutritional information and ... more
by - written on 05/08/08 (Very useful, 168 readings)
I like to make cakes from scratch normally but when my friend bought her daughter round who wanted to do some baking I decided that this Bang On The Door Fairy Girl Cake Mix might be more appropriate as it's specially made for baking with kids. This is a lot easier than doing it from scratch because you don't have to weigh out all of the ingredients. It comes in a box that makes 12 cakes, it only cost be about £1.40 from Morrison's which is a pretty good deal considering it contains almost everything you need. The box is bright pink and has a picture of a fairy holding a wand on the front. There's also a photo of one of the completed cakes which looks really ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/05/08 (Very useful, 807 readings)
~ Price ~ This pack cost £1.37 but it's worth looking out for 3 for 2 deals in a lot of supermarkets. As well as this 'Bang on the door - Fairy Girl, Cake Mix', Morrisons also had: * McDougalls Spider Man Bun Mix * McDougalls Fifi and Flowetot Muffin Mix ~ Packaging ~ A pink outer box with a picture of the 'fairy girl' on the front and the finished cake which looks too perfect to have been made and decorated by a young child! The back of the box has a step by step written guide with the odd photo, on how to make the cakes. I have to say that this written form isn't as child-friendly as ... Read the complete review
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