Quaker Banana Sugar Puffs Reviews
Product Type: Quaker Breakfast
Newest Review: ... flavour. They look very similar but she said they are a good bit more expensive than the normal Sugar Puffs, but in Southern ... more
by - written on 01/01/10 (Very useful, 33 readings)
My mate spent Xmas in Ireland with her family and when she got back last night she came round to see us with some soda bread that my mum had asked her to get, she also brought me a box of Banana Sugar Puffs because she knows I love trying her things and we didn't even know these existed! They are basically Sugar Puffs only flavoured with banana instead of the normal sugary coffee flavour. They look very similar but she said they are a good bit more expensive than the normal Sugar Puffs, but in Southern Ireland most of their food is dearer than here in England so I don't think that gives you a very accurate idea of the price of them. They are a mega ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/09/09 (Very useful, 273 readings)
When I see something and it has a LIMITED EDITION label on it then I nearly always have to buy and try. So when I saw these BANANA PUFFS, I had to stand and really think about these, as no one in my household like Sugar Puffs so would these go down well? I was in my local Wilkinson of all places when I saw these on sale, they were on promotion for £1.40 ( I've since found out that Asda are also doing these For £1.) So I took the plunge and purchased them, with them tucked up in my bag I took them home. I thought rather than push them onto my family I would just leave them causally sitting at the back of the breakfast bar for everyone to notice! You ... Read the complete review
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