Cadbury Mini Egg Chocolate Nest Cakes Reviews
Product Type: Cadbury Chocolate
Description:Brand: Cadbury / Type: Egg
Newest Review: ... topped with a mini egg, much like how a cherry would sit on top of a sundae. Ingredients include buttercream (27%), milk ... more
by - written on 06/04/10 (Very useful, 91 readings)
These cakes are the business, I get them from the shop by me and they cost £2.29 and that's majorly expensive for 5 cakes but they're worth it! They are made by Cadburys and when I saw them in the shop I knew they was going to be good but they're not just good...... these cakes are delish! They are round cakes made with chocolate sponge that is layered with buttercream, the cake is covered in milk chocolate and they look all bumpy like nests because there are loads of little chocolate curls on the top and sides of the cake. There is a Cadburys Mini Egg on top of each cake, I had all different colour Mini Eggs but have had boxes where they are nearly all the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/03/10 (Very useful, 281 readings)
Hmmmm *About the Product* The product I am going to review has been a regular Easter treat in my family for many years. The product is Cadbury Mini Eggs Chocolate Nest Cakes and Cadbury describe them as being "chocolate flavoured sponge layered with buttercream, covered in milk chocolate, decorated with milk chocolate curls and a milk chocolate egg in a crisp sugar shell". *Packaging* The nests come in a cardboard box which is mainly purple and yellow as in the picture above. The front has the name of the product, the Cadbury logo, a description of the nests, a picture of the nests and some pretty flower motifs. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/04/09 (Very useful, 211 readings)
Yesterday I asked my partner to bring some groceries on his way home and he did, but he also bought a box of these Cadbury Mini Egg Chocolate Nest Cakes for me. Having never tried them before I wasn't sure I'd like them but then I got real and thought Cadbury's chocolate, cake and a female? Of course I'm going to like them! Currently these are on offer, 2 boxes for £3 at Somerfield but normally they are £2.10 for a box of 5 cakes. The box is exactly as the picture above with a close up of the delicious little devils! I briefly glanced at the calories and fat content, I already knew I was going to eat one of these cakes but I do like to know. Each ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/04/12 (Very useful, 93 readings)
Every year around Easter Cadbury tend to release or put out limited edition (if you can call them that) products like the Creme Egg and Mini Eggs Nest Cakes. Last year was the first time I had ever tried this product, and I was very pleased when I saw them again in my local supermarket just before Easter this week. There are five 'cakes' to a box. Each cake is delicious chocolate sponge, and is filled with layers of buttercream and covered in even more chocolate. The cakes are round chocolate shape, covered in flake and topped with a mini egg, much like how a cherry would sit on top of a sundae. Ingredients include buttercream (27%), milk chocolate ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/04/10 (Very useful, 23 readings)
These chocolate cakes are 'nests' from heaven and it's a shame that they're only available around Easter time (and that they don't have a longer use by date so you could stock up!). Arriving in packs of five, each 'nest' is a mini chocolate flavoured sponge cake with a layer of yellow butter cream running through the middle and about 2cm deep. This little cake is then coated in a think layer of chocolate and covered in chocolate curls (lighter than chocolate chips but to same effect) and topped off with a mini egg. These cakes not only then look the part, but they also taste it. If you're a fan of other chocolate cakes then this one is sure to be one of ... Read the complete review
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