Cadburys Mini Eggs Twin Pot Reviews
Product Type: Cadbury Chocolate
Description:Brand: Cadburys / Type: Egg
Newest Review: ... got the texture of thick custard but it's mega rich and gooey to eat. It's got a strong Cadburys chocolate flavour and ... more
by - written on 20/03/10 (Very useful, 83 readings)
I had one of these Twin Pots for my breakfast this morning, I know it's not the healthiest breakfast ever but we'd run out of milk AND bread and I was starving while I waited for my dad to get back from the shop! lol If you've never had one of these it's like a fatty and majorly unhealthy version of a Muller corner. You get a pot that's seperated into 2 sections, the big one has got a rich chocolate mousse thing in it and in the smaller pot you get a few Cadburys Mini Eggs. It's not exactly chocolate mousse because it's too runny to be mousse. It's kind of got the texture of thick custard but it's mega rich and gooey to eat. It's got a strong ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/04/09 (Very useful, 134 readings)
I love the various chocolate dessert twin pots that Cadbury's produce, my favourite being the plain Dairy Milk variety (the one with simple chunks of chocolate to mix in with the chocolate dessert) and I have a penchant for the Flake one too which is as delicious as it sounds. I really love Mini Eggs so when I spotted these Twin Pots containing them I decided I just had to try one, unfortunately having given up chocolate for Lent I was a little belated in sampling it but to be honest I wish I hadn't bothered with this gimmicky one and opted for my old Dairy Milk favourite instead. The problem is that there are four or five normal sized Mini Eggs ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/02/09, updated on 26/02/09 (Very useful, 128 readings)
I have to first thank 'AmyAmy' for her superb review of this product, as she inspired me to travel to my local Morrisons to purchase this, ok ok I went to get pizza but I wouldn't have picked this up without her review. First thing I noticed about the pot is that it's a reasonable size, and it looks like an explosion in the Dulux factory. But wait!... upon closer examination by turning this pot over I realised to my horror that the actual pot containing the goodies is microscopic. If I knew a word for small that was smaller than microscopic I would use it. They must be having a laugh, I thought to myself. I like my desserts to be extensive, and my belly to be ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/03/09, updated on 12/03/09 (Very useful, 280 readings)
I bought a pot of these after reading a couple of reviews of these on this site and decided that I didn't just want one I needed one. I decided that while my son was at nursery was the ideal time to review this yoghurt so not only would I have time to evaluate it but I also would not have to share it. The twin pots Cadbury mini eggs twin pot is a limited edition for Easter. It is part of a range of Cadburys twin pots which are currently on offer for 4 for £2.50 at Morrison's. I purchased buttons, crunchie and dairy milk. This is for a 90g pot. The packaging It comes in a purple pot with the advertising been on top with a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/02/10 (Very useful, 67 readings)
These Cadbury twin pots seem to have branched out into a variety of different kinds, with the mini eggs version being brought out around the Easter season. They cost around 65p from the supermarket and they usually have a deal on them if you buy 3 or 4. Within the tub when you peel the lid back, you have a big compartment containing the milk chocolate dessert and a small compartment containing the mini eggs. Any tub which I have ever bought seems to contain 6 mini eggs so this must be the standard amount. The chocolate dessert tastes lovely. It is very smooth and creamy with the milky sweet taste of chocolate through it. I would say it is more dairy ... Read the complete review
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