Silver Spoon Mini Fudge Chunks Reviews
Product Type: Silver Spoon Baking & Ingredients
Description:Brand: Silver Spoon / Type: Baking Aids
Newest Review: ... to eat the rest rather then put back in the cupboard knowing they'd end up falling out everywhere when they got moved, of ... more
by - written on 22/10/11 (Very useful, 99 readings)
I like looking around the baking sections in shops as some of the stuff you can use nowadays is amazing and cute. I picked these up in my local coop store for £1.20. I do like fudge so couldn't resist trying these. As the picture shows they are Silver Spoon which make lots of baking products and decorating ingredients along side their sugar ranges. The pack size is 85grams and opens easily as is a foil type packet. There isn't a reseal sticker on them meaning I had to eat the rest rather then put back in the cupboard knowing they'd end up falling out everywhere when they got moved, of course a Tupperware would have done the job. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/04/10 (Very useful, 39 readings)
My love affair with Silver Spoons new baking stuff continues and a wicked one I found the other day was these Mini Fudge Chunks. They're tiny cubes of fudge to use for putting into cakes and biscuits or you can just use them to decorate whatever you're making. We had a bit of a lazy day and I brought a pack of cheapo Sainsburys fairy cakes and me and my little sisters decorated them ourselves with some icing and these fudge chunks. They come out wicked and you would never have known they was Basics cakes by the time we'd finished. The 85g bag costs about £1.20 but you get LOADS for your money, we did 12 cakes with them and put quite a few on each one and ... Read the complete review
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