Cadbury's Snow Bites Reviews
Product Type: Cadbury Chocolate
Newest Review: ... white powder which looked like icing sugar. The bites are actually made from solid Cadbury's milk chocolate covered in the ... more
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Cadbury Snow Bites (Box of 18)
18 packs of 100g Cadbury Snow Bites. Cadbury chocolate balls surr ...
Last Update 16.12.2013 20:58
by - written on 09/12/09, updated on 09/12/09 (Very useful, 72 readings)
CADBURY'S SNOW BITES...... I had already seen these in my local supermarket when shopping, and they were priced at just over a £1.00 per packet, but much to my suprise they were being sold in Wilkinsons for two packets for the price of £1.50p. What really drew me to these packets, were the seasonal packaging and on the front of the packets they were coloured purple the distinctive colouring for Cadbury's Chocolate with the word Snow Bites written in what looks like snow, and the little pictures of little houses roofs covered in snow and little trees covered in snow, in the middle of the picture there is a little snowman with his head ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/11/09 (Very useful, 65 readings)
I finally gave into the Snow Bites packets I'd seen everywhere. Noticing they'd been well rated on dooyoo (does anyone know why there are two listings for these?), I love Cadbury anyway so I was keen to try them out. I've seen them in a few corner shops at £1.60 a bag; however Tesco was selling them at £1 a bag and I thought that was much more reasonable. I was intrigued as to what they would look like - and to be honest I was surprised when I ripped open the bag to pull out what looked like a lemon bon bon, except with white powdery stuff on the top instead of yellow. The Snow Bite immediately launched a surprise attack by spreading said white ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/12/09 (Very useful, 162 readings)
I have been reading a few reviews of Cadburys Snow Bites recently and wondered if we should try some - I don't like to think that I am missing anything after all! When we were shopping in Tesco today they had some which were reduced to 50p per packet - they are usually 99p - so we treated ourselves to a packet. The packet The Snow Bites come in a sealed packet with a picture of a snow scene and the words Snow Bites on the front together with the traditional Cadbury logo on the top. The bites are described as 'chocolate balls surrounded in a crispy white dusted shell'. The packet we bought was 100g and contained over thirty Snow ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/12/09 (Very useful, 86 readings)
Christmas is here again and chocolate seems to be everywhere I turn at the moment. And that's no bad thing! Coming home from school tonight, we needed some milk so stopped at the local Co-op. Of course, when the little ones are with me it's never just milk I end up buying so our treat tonight was to pick up two bags of these, Cadbury's Snow Bites. Priced at £1 a bag or £1.50 for two. The bag is familar Cadbury colours with the purple being the sky becoming bluer towards the ground and a nice wintry snowy scene with Snowman, Christmas tree and snow topped cottages. In the forefront are 5 Snow 'snowball' Bites, two cut in half showing the choc ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/12/09 (Very useful, 78 readings)
I got these from Morrisons for 99p and it was 99p well spent!! I love chocolate and especially Cadbury's as it is yummy and rich chocolate, yum! The Snow Bites are sold in a Make a Wish wrapper which had a lovely Christmas picture on the front, the scene is very festive with lots of snow and Christmas colours... The plastic wrapper says : Cadbury chocolate balls surrounded in a crispy white dusted shell' which is really icing sugar but the round balls look amazingly like mini confectionery snow balls. In each half a bag there was 240 calories which is 12% of an adult's daily guideline to eat and 11g of fat - so not slimming ... Read the complete review
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