Cadbury Boost Cake Bars Reviews
Product Type: Cadbury Chocolate
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Cadbury Boost Cake Bars 5 Pack 150g
Cadbury Boost Cake Bars 5 Pack 150g
Last Update 18.05.2013 16:11
by - written on 30/12/11 (Very useful, 158 readings)
Biscuit Boost bars have to be one of my favourite chocolate bars so I was delighted to see that Cadbury now make a Boost in the form of a cake bar. I have tried other chocolate inspired cakes and biscuits and I have to say I have been more disappointed than pleased with the results in general. I bought these when they were available for a special introductory offer of £1 in Sainsburys, so I thought I wouldn't lose much by giving them a go. THE BAR ITSELF The cake is made of a chocolate flavoured sponge topped with chocolate cream in which there are shortcake type biscuit pieces. This is topped with caramel and the whole cake bar is then ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/12/11 (Very useful, 44 readings)
I can remember my dad buying me a biscuit boost chocolate bar when I was a child and they became an instant favourite of mine. So on a recent shopping trip I spotted the Cadbury boost cake bars and had to try them. I buy cake bars quite frequently to add to lunch boxes and like to vary which ones we eat so it was nice to have a change. I purchased the Boost cake bars from Tesco at a cost of £1.49 for a pack of 6 bars. These are not the cheapest cake bars around but I was eager to try them when I saw them even though I was going against my normal rule of 'if it's not on offer do not buy it'. The boost bars come in a blue plastic wrapper that has a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/10/11 (Very useful, 97 readings)
During my usual weekly shop, I tend to throw a few treats or snacks in the trolley, to avoid us going to the corner shop every night and spending a couple of quid each time on some overpriced muffin or chocolate bars. I look for things that are on offer, new or a bit different, and last time I went shopping these Boost Cake bars jumped out at me because they were new (according to the packet) and they were on offer. Good start! The bars come in a pack of five, and they were on offer with two packs costing £2. This worked out at 20p per bar which is good value for something to have in the cupboard to fight hunger cravings. According to the Tesco website the ... Read the complete review
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