Rice Krispies Squares Crazy Choc Reviews
Product Type: Kellogg's Breakfast
Description:Type: Cereal / Kellogg's cereals.
Newest Review: ... shaped block made up of Kellog's Rice Krispies cereal and coated in a gooey marshmallow sauce which binds it all together. ... more
by - written on 03/09/10 (Very useful, 87 readings)
I am currently attempting to improve my diet and reduce my bad snacking habits buut I have a real sweet tooth and a big weakness for sugary treats. I found these Rice Krispies Crazy Choc Squares in the cereal bar section of my local supermarket, where they were on special offer at the cost of £1.00 for a multi-pack. The Squares are each individually sealed in a foil wrapper, and there were four bars in the pack that I purchased. They were certainly a bargain as that works out at a cost of just 25p per bar. I almost didn't notice that these were not the ordinary plain flavoured Rice Krispies Squares, as the outer packaging is closely matched and they look ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/06/09 (Very useful, 51 readings)
What a fantastic idea! We came across these the other day when choosing a snack for our son as a treat for being good. We were in the car, so choc wasn't a problem as much as if he was let off the reins, as such, and he chose this. We looked at it dubiously, before shrugging and forking out the 50p or so it cost (service station) and handing it over to the little man. He had devoured it within minutes of getting it, pausing only briefly to graciously give mummy and daddy some before the rest of the 36g bar disappeared down his throat. You can buy these in packs of 4 as well, and they're actually very nice. Essentially, they are just a rectangular ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/05/08 (Very useful, 120 readings)
On my daily jaunt to my local Asda, my eagle eyed daughter spotted this product, being as insistent as she was for me to purchase them, the only comfort that I could take from the guilt trip she started laying on me, (I am daring to have a couple of days away this weekend with my husband and friends...... child free!), was that I could hopefully review it! The product I will now review is "Kelloggs rice krispies squares - crazy choc". Anyone familiar with the original rice krispies squares will be aware of the eye catching turquoise packet with the "squares" logo written in large letters across the front in bright ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/08/09 (Very useful, 55 readings)
Knowing my granddaughters' were coming for the weekend I went shopping for some goodies for them on Friday, one item I bought being a pack of four Rice Krispies Squares in the Crazy Choc variety. What you get for your money is a fairly substantial (but very light in weight) cereal bar, only it's so much more exciting than the adult cereal bars I buy as a Rice Krispies Square is made of Rice Krispies which have been bound together with marshmallow and topped with small balls of sugar coated chocolate. I ate one along with the girls' and must say I was much more impressed than I thought I would be. This is such a light and airy cereal bar simply ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/04/09 (Very useful, 253 readings)
Crispy but crunchy chocolate One of my favourite snack/cereal bars that I have always eaten since the product launched is Rice Crispy squares. These are a really simple idea where Rice Krispies are mixed with Marshmallow. This gives a nice sticky texture. However this product has evolved and I personally prefer the Caramel option of the square. Carmel is mixed into the Marshmallow and gives a sweeter taste to the bar. Also on this bar you get chocolate dizzled over the top of it. However on a recent trip to Tesco I spotted these on offer at £1 for a pack of 4 bars, so I instantly treated myself. Totally Chocolate bar This bar is new to ... Read the complete review
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