Cadbury's Mini Breaks Chocolate Fingers Reviews
Product Type: Cadbury Chocolate
Newest Review: ... you can have a packet at any time you fancy. I like the quality of the chocolate, as Cadburys usually is and it has a really ... more
by - written on 15/04/10 (Very useful, 36 readings)
Having just devoured a packet of these in under 10 minutes I decided to share my fingers addiction with the rest of you and hopefully provide an interesting review. Cadbury's mini breaks are for all intense purposes the same as the usual cadbury's fingers only they are half the size of the usual fingers. They also come in a special resealing packet, so you can keep dipping in there thoughout the day, until you discover there are none left. The first thing to be said is that these should come with some kind of health warning, as they are seriously addictive. It is damn hard to open a packet without polishing them off immediately. The biscuit one side ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/11/09 (Very useful, 89 readings)
I am an out and out Cadbury fan and the chocolate fingers are a must especially when drinking a cup of tea, the Cadbury chocolate surrounding the lovely biscuit. Yum. Cadbury's Mini Breaks Chocolate Fingers are just mini versions of the usual larger, I mean longer fingers. I don't know why they are called Mini Breaks rather than just Mini's. But this is what they are and they are just as tasty, quantities have remained the same and I think this is important when making a miniature version of a product. They still taste the same, just smaller. The biscuit is shortcake shaped as a cylinder and coated in a thick layer of Cadbury chocolate. The larger ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/10/09 (Very useful, 23 readings)
I absolutely love Cadbruy's chocolate fingers and have eaten them since I was a child right up to being an adult, so when I saw they did a mini version I just had to buy them for my son to take for his packed lunch. Cadbury's Mini Breaks Chocolate Fingers are exactly what they sound like, miniture versions of Chocolate Fingers. They come in a multipack of 6 bags. In each bag there is 22g. The fingers are about an inch long and thinner than the original ones and you get about 8 little biscuits in each bag. For those who have never tried Chocolate Fingers, they are a yummy shortcake biscuit covered in Cadbury Chocolate. I am a big fan of Cadbury's ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/09/08 (Very useful, 53 readings)
I have been a fan of the product I am now going to review for many years, admittedly as a youngster these were more likely to be a Christmas treat. More recently these were purchased as a lunch box filler for my daughter, her being a fan now. The product I will now review is "Mini breaks - Cadburys fingers" The packaging is the same colour as the original, a nice soft and dark purple with the cadburys logo at the top of the bag, this review is about a multipack, thus the reason they are in a bag and not the usual box. The fingers are the focus of the picture on the front, with them being all lined up with the first couple of fingers ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/07/09 (Very useful, 48 readings)
I'm a fan of Cadbury's chocolate. I'm a fan of Cadbury's chocolate fingers. And I'm a fan of anything that comes in miniature so of course I had to try these when I saw them. I bought a multipack bag containing 6 individual 22g bags, for £1 from Iceland. According to the packaging info, each bag contains 8 mini bics (I had 9 in a couple of bags - bonus!) They're exactly the same as the normal size fingers, just smaller. Crunchy biscuits with a milk chocolate covering. This is the only version they do though. I much prefer the plain chocolate covered fingers so would like those in mini form but that's just my personal taste! Ingredients, from the back ... Read the complete review
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