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I have quite a sweet tooth and love to have a sweet treat from time to time especially when I am work. I recently was looking for some sweet items to add to mine and my partner's lunch boxes and came across a special offer on the Kinder Bueno bars in Iceland. For anyone who has not had a Bueno before they are milk chocolate covered wafers with a smooth milky and hazelnut filling.
I purchased a three pack of Bueno, each containing two bars from my local Iceland store for just £1.00. I thought that this was quite good value as this is normally a bar that I like but avoid buying separately as they tend to be quite expensive.
The Bueno bar comes in a foil pack which is coloured in white and orange which is used throughout the range of Kinder products to make them easily recognisable. On the front of the pack you can find a picture of the bars as well as a little box which tells u that each bar contains 123 calories. On the back you will find more detailed information including full ingredients listings, nutritional information and that the bar is also available in a white chocolate version. Inside the outer wrapper you can find two separate sticks of bueno individually wrapped in clear plastic wrappers. The wrappers have a little gold pull tab which allows you to easily unwrap the bar. Each bar is dimpled into four sections which u can easily snap off to make it easy to eat. With the bars being individually wrapped you can save one with it still staying fresh in its wrapper, well that's if you can resist the temptation of saving one.
The smooth, creamy milk and hazlenut centre of the bueno peices are wrapped in a light, crisp wafer which is then all coated in milk chocolate and decorated on the top with a dark chocolate drizzle. The three differnt layers of the bar work perfectly together with the different flavours and textures complmenting each other. I personally find the bueno bars delicious as they are quite light but are also fairly rich and certainly provide a lovely sweet treat.
I've just been munching on a bueno and found it delicious as always. I bought a single bar from the supermarket at 55p and felt it would be nice when I feel like a quick chocolate bar. I tend to buy buenos every now and then as they taste different than your standard chocolate and lighter. I always loved kinder surprises when I was younger and as soon as kinder bueno was released I knew I had to try them!
Kinder bueno is packaged in a white and orangey wrapper showing an image of the chocolate on the wrapper which looks delicious. It has the tag of milk and hazelnut and also shows the image of that on the wrapper. I think the image is well placed on the wrapper as it shows exactly what the chocolate bar is like for those who have never tried one before.
The chocolate contains 123 calories per bar and there are 2 bars in the packet. Opening the wrapper reveals the chocolate in seperate clear packaging which is easily opened by a rip-away tab.
The chocolate is divided into 4 pieces making it easy to bite into and have a piece. The hazelnut filling inside the chocolate is what I love and I tend to take my time munching on that. You can also smell the filling from outside the clear packaging making you more tempted to open and eat it.
Theres not much else written on the packaging in terms of a description. It just contains the list of ingredients and nutritional information on the back.
Overall I give the chocololate 5 stars as I find it a tasty little treat and one I like to buy every now and then when I feel like a chocolate bar. The chocolate is sold both individually and in packs of 4.
If you're looking for something a bit different to the usual chocolate bar, this is a great option. I am now a regular buyer of Kinder Buenos - they are gorgeous!
The Kinder Bueno is made up of two identical chocolate bars which are wrapped individually in see-through plastic (which gives it a good sense of ultra-freshness AND you're able to save the bar if you don't want to eat it all at once) , with a convinient tab that you pull to help you get to the chocolate quicker!
A bar consists of 4 segments (each break off very easily). A segment is covered in Kinder chocolate (drizzled with slightly darker chocolate) and has a layer of wafer. Inside this, there is a beautiful, creamy hazelnut filling - the best bit, which I feel gives the bar its originality or its x-factor. I'm not really a nutty fan, but I'll always choose this. The bar tastes brilliant and feels so light - unfortunately they don't fill you up!
With only 121 calories per bar (142 overall) the Kinder Bueno is a much more reasonable option for someone who wants a delicious treat, but doesn't want to add loads of calories. A Dairy Milk bar contains 255 calories. There is also a white chocolate version, although I prefer the original. I find the white to be a bit sickly.
One bar will cost around 55p, and a multipack of 4 will cost around £1.60-ish.
I would definitely recommend the Kinder Bueno. They are a lighter and healthier alternative to normal chocolate bars, and are beautifully made! Great tasting - I could have them all day!
I picked up a kinder bueno this morning from the petrol station as I wanted something a bit different, and I forgot how nice these were! It cost me 60p, but I bet they are a bit cheaper in supermarkets, but this wasn't overly priced anyway.
This kinder bueno is made up of two twin chocolate bars. They come in a packet with the usual kinder colours, red and white, with a picture of the chocolate bar on the front. There is also a picture of a hazelnut and a glass of milk, as this product is made with these. Each bar inside is individually wrapped, with a little tab to just pull and it opens really easily. It is quite a good idea to have the two bars individually wrapped as you don't have to eat the whole thing at once, you can easily save a bar until later.
Each bar is made up of 4 segments. It is made of a wafer which is covered in milk chocolate, and inside the wafer is a milky hazelnut filling, This is the best part as it is really creamy, and it makes the chocolate bar really different to others. I don't usually like nuts at all, but I do really like the hazelnut filling. It is a smooth filling, there aren't any nuts or anything in it.
The chocolate bar segments break off really easily, with no mess or crumbs. These are so light to eat, they do not fill you up at all. Two bars isn't enough as they are so light!
There are 121 calories per bar, so that's 142 altogether which doesn't make it as bad for you as some chocolate bars such as a galaxy with 250 calories.
This kinder bueno is made by ferrero uk ltd, and they also do a white chocolate version too. I have tried the white chocolate one and it is gorgeous! You can also buy these in mulitpacks of 4 in supermarkets for around £1.40.
Overall, the kinder bueno is a lovely treat and I could eat one every day! They are light, creamy and not that bad for you! Highly recommended.
I loved the kinder egga when I was little so I was very happy when they brought out the kinder Bueno as it is very simular and has the same flavour. I think the Bueno is almost the same as the Kinder egga but it is in a different form. This form is more for adults than children I think.
The Bueno comes in the shape of a 'Twix' what I mean by this is: it has two parts. I found that this makes it easy to share. On the other hand if you don't want to share it and you can't eat all of it in one go (which is highly unlikey for me!) then you can keep the other half for later. You won't even have to worry about the other half going stale because the bars are both individualy wrapped inside the outer wrapping.
The Bueno comes in a white and red easy open wrapper which has a picture of the chocolate bar on the front so you can see what it looks like. Inside, as I mentioned above, both of the bars are indiviually wrapped in a clear easy open wrapper.
Each bar is split up into little segments which makes the bar easier to consume or share. Each section contains a smooth halzel nut creamy filling. On top of the hazel nut filling there is an outer crispy shell and then a thin and smooth layer of milk chocolate. The hazel nut filling also tastes quite milky which I think gives it the same kind of taste as the kinder egg.
I think that this chocolate bar is a very nice treat to have once in a while but not to consume daily. I say this because they are very high in fat!
The Bueno contains:
-2.1g of fat
-8.1g of fat!
In my opinion the chocolate bar is very, very tasty but if you are cutting back on the calories and you fat intake then this clearly isn't the right thing to eat.
I don't usually eat chocolate or sweets and things but I have just bought a kinder bueno from the Co-op. And I really love this chocolate bar..biscuit, I don't know what it is but it is sehr yummy!
Kinder bueno is a milk chocolate wafer with hazelnut fillinf in each of the little segments. I like that it is section as it is easier to break off and share (Or not!) and in each packet there are two of the chocolate bars, so you can have one now and one later (But I suspect this is rarely the case).
Nutrition - per bar (21.5g)
And bar contains 13% of your recommended daily allowance of vitamin E and vitamin B12. It also contains 6% of the RDA of phosphorous and calcium. And 4%of your RDA of vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) and Magnesium - Which does not really compensate for the 8.1g of fat in each bar!
*Very very yummy
*Easy to break off sections so it is easier to share
*You get two bars in each packet
*Bright colourful packaging, like the kinder eggs
*Does have quite a few vitamins and minerals in
*Easy open packet
*Available in loads of stores
*Has quite a few calories
*It has 8.1g of fat in!!!
*There is also a white chocolate one :(
Thank you for reading my review
Kinder Bueno has been around since I remember and it is one of my favourite snacks.
It comes in a white and red wrapping with 'Kinder Bueno' written in big letters. It has a very appealing picture of this chocolate bar on the front so you have a rough idea what to expect.
Inside you will find two individually wrapped chocolate bars. I think it is very nice as you can share it with a friend (in fact, I remember sharing Kinder Bueno with my roommate). Each of these individual chocolate bars can be still shared - it is easy to break it into four more pieces.
You may not be sure what to expect of it as the bar is entirely covered with chocolate. When you bite it, you will taste a hazelnut creme which fills the wafer. It is crunchy (unless you accidentally buy an expired Kinder Bueno which happened to me once...) and the hazelnut creme is light, sweet and absolutely delicious. The taste isn't too overpowering and it isn't sickly sweet so you may not like to share a pack of Kinder Bueno.
It is produced by Ferrrero Rocher and as I recently found out, 'bueno' means 'good' in Italian. I think that 'good' is a bit of an understatement as Kinder Bueno is one of the best snacks I have ever had. It isn't too pricey either - you can buy it for around 60-70p at your local supermarket or corner shop, it also very often comes in packs of three and is cheaper but I try to avoid them - they would disappear too quickly!
If you are trying to lose some weight, you obviously need to watch one. One serving (two wafers) will provide you with 240 calories and 16g of fat (6g of saturated fat).
Kinder bueno is a great tasting chocolate which you can purchase from your local supermarket or corner shop, it retails at around 59p but usually you can pick them up on an offer for 3 chocolate bars for £1.40. I have even seen them in a pack of 3 for £1 in our local pound world.
If you're a big kid who loves the taste of kinder surprise but have no need for the toy then this is a great chocolate bar which will satisfy your needs for wanting kinder chocolate.
You get two bueno strips in the packet so these are great for sharing. Or if you're like me then there's no chance you will share this chocolate. Each bar has 5 small sections which you can snap and eat one at a time.
Beunos are made up of a wafer casing which holds a lovely hazelnut based cream filling. The bar is then covered in milk chocolate and dark chocolate. The combination is just lush! Once you have one bit of this bar I can guarantee you'll want more. The cream filling is nice and smooth and will melt away in your mouth with the chocolate. I must admit I do find the bar slightly sickly, but it tastes so good.
If you still haven't tried one of these bars I would recommend giving them a go. They are so nice it'll leave you wanting more and more.
After eating my mums stash of 6 of these in the last week alone I thought I would do a review!
The Kinder Bueno bar is produced by Ferrero this is not surprise upon opening the bar you will notice it looks quite fancy and then upon biting in to the bar that the creamy substance is very similar to that of a ferrero rocher.
They also made a white chocolate version but I have not seen this for a while so I can only assume it has been discontinued
These are typically around 60p in a newsagents but if you get yourself down to the local £ shop you can pick them up in taped bundles of 3 for you guessed it £!
The actual bueno consists of two sticks which are each individually wrapped so they are ideal for sharing?!!! Or saving one for later perhaps! This is never the case for me as I am a chocoholic.
The bars have a creamy hazlenut centre (no actual nut pieces) which is surrounded by wafer and then a light covering of milk chocolate and some decorative dark chocolate swirls.
Personally I do not think that the centre tastes that nutty despite it being hazlenut, overall this bar is just not chocolatey enough for me. I would say its a luxury chocolate bar one I'd be more than happy with if a boyfriend bought one home (if he didn't know my favourite) as I think it sends a nicer message than buying someone a mars bar if that makes any sense! I think it would look like you really cared for someone if you picked this bar for them.
I would recommend a glass of milk as the beverage to rinse this down with
242 kals per 43g bar 16.2g of fat with 30% of the recommended daily allowance of saturated fat
Milk chocolate 31.5% (sugar, cocoa butter, cocoa mass, skimmed milk powder, concentrated butter, emulsifier: soy lecithin, vanillin), sugar, vegetable oil, hazelnuts(10.8%), wheat flour, skimmed milk powder, whole milk powder, chocolate, fat-reduced cocoa, emulsifier (soy lecithin) raising agents (sodium hydrogen carbonate, ammonium carbonate), salt, vanillin. Total milk components 19.5%
Personally I prefer a kinder surprise because I'm a child at heart and I like the toys!
WOW talk about heaven in a chocolate bar. I am a complete sucker for chocolate and probably eat far too much for my own good. Just recently caught the eye of a Kinder Bueno and thought i'd give it ago, probably had one every second day for the last 2 weeks; god damn the calories! But hey, it tastes d.e.l.i.c.i.o.u.s!!! If you don't enjoy nuts or are allergic to nuts - stay away! It has a very creamy, nutty taste with a thin wafer that all comes together and melts in your mouth along with the original milk chocolate that has been on the kinder eggs for years! I must admit it's great with a glass of milk infront of a girly film. I didn't know chocolate could taste so good and make such a difference to the mood of a person. only 79p in my local shop and Home and Bargain have just had them in bulk! xxxx
Kinder Bueno I discovered when my children were little because it was made by Kinder who have the most incredibly nutritious milk chocolate, make the Kinder Surprises, which are lovely little eggs with special toys inside, and because they are so reasonably priced. My children have always loved them and now we all do, now the children are teenagers. I believe that Kinder is German, although I cannot be too sure. I know that Kinder means children in German, but am not certain about the origin country of the actual chocolate.
Let me tell you what I do know about Kinder Bueno - there is a very distinctive orange colour on the packet - I suppose you could call it the Kinder Orange, because all the Kinder products have this packaging colour on them, and it really makes them stand out from other sweets as something special, which, believe me, they are! There is a wave of lovely milk (with a few little droplets) and a large glass of milk on the front, along with a hazelnut, a little flower and a picture of the two bars of chocolate themselves, one of them showing an open cross-section of a bar, with an appetizing whipped inside looking absolutely edible and in a little blue box in white writing, there are the words MILK AND HAZELNUTS. The word Kinder has a large black capital K and the "inder" is in the Kinder Orange. It also says 2 bars, with the 2 being in slightly larger writing, so you know you are getting a good deal! I always buy my Kinder Bueno in Semi-chem, where you can currently get a packet of 3, taped together in a little bundle for only 99p which makes them a fabulous 33p each! They never last more than a day when I buy them, which is why I do not pay full price for them, which I believe is currently around 50p each, although I may be wrong there as I have not priced them individually recently. It would be an absolute waste of time in our house to buy any chocolate in individual bars as it would not be good value, it gets eaten too quickly so would definitely not prove economical. However, even at full price if you were to buy them, Kinder Bueno would feel like a luxurious treat.
It is interesting to note that distribution is by Ferrero Ltd as we remarked last night when we ate these, there is a very similar taste to Ferrero Rocher, those wonderful golden Christmassy chocolates. The melting insides and the lovely little pieces of hazelnut are wonderfully delicious, and the only main difference is really the fact that Kinder use much more milk, so you have a lighter and tastier inside part and it seems to be better for you, too.
On the back of the packaging there is the following -
MILK CHOCOLATE COVERED WAFER WITH SMOOTH MILKY AND HAZELNUT FILLING. Ingredients - Milk chocolate 31.5% (sugar, cocoa butter, cocoa mass, skimmed milk powder, concentrated butter, emulsifier, soy lecithin, vanillin), sugar, vegetable oil, wheat flour, hazelnuts (10.8%), skimmed milk powder, whole milk powder, chocolate (sugar, cocoa mass, cocoa butter, emulsifier, soy lecithin, vanillin), fat reduced cocoa, emulsifier (soy lecithin), raising agents (sodium hydrogen carbonate, ammonium carbonate), salt, vanillin, Total milk solids - 19.5%.
Distributed by Ferrero UK Ltd, 7 Croxley Green Business Park, Herts, WD18 8PA, UK.
Store in a cool dry place.
If you can....that is, without eating it before it gets to that place!!
The Kinder Bueno, produced by Ferrero, is another little delight to their collection.
The packaging has the famous Kinder logo on the top just above the bueno font in a gorgeous chocolate cover. There is a cartoon image of the two sticks of chocolate with one showing the luscious insides. The packet is a creamy white with a small amount of orange in a wave formation on the bottom.
Each finger is kept in a separate plastic wrapper inside which has an easy tear slip. When you get the finger out you can smell the sweet chocolate straight away as it suddenly hits you. Each finger is a delicate wafer smeared with a hazelnut crème. To finish it off there is another delicate chocolate coating. When you bite into this you get the instant taste of the hazelnut crème hitting your tongue while you can also get shards of the chocolate and wafer breaking up. It makes a perfect combination for taste.
The fingers are light in texture and weight and don't feel too heavy in your stomach. The wafer is very airy but fits well together with the crème which seems to almost hold it together. The chocolate just does the finishing touch with such a sweet taste, but not too sweet I must add.
This is another delight to the kinder selection which I would once again happily say yes to!
Description: Manufacturer: Ferrero / Chocolate
Believe it or not, I have never had one of these before, even though they have been around for ages. I really love Kinder Eggs too, and find the chocolate delicious, so I assumed that I would like this bar too.
It comes in an orange and white wrapper, which says Kinder Bueno on the front and also features a picture of the bar on the front. You can buy these in most shops and supermarkets, there are 2 bars in each pack and it cost me £0.55 for a pack.
This bar has a creamy centre which is made from hazelnuts, this is surrounded by crispy wafer and then thinly coated with chocolate. In theory, it sounds like it should be pretty good, but I afraid that I was quite disappointed.
To begin with, the filling was too sweet and sickly for me. It also seemed that most of the bar was made up of filling, because the wafer and chocolate were really thin. I had expected a similar taste to the Kinder Egg, but it wasn't actually very similar. It was quite crunchy and the wafer was a bit crispier than I had expected, all in all, this bar seemed over sweet and a little stodgy.
I normally eat most things but found that this bar was so over sweet that I couldn't eat the second bar. Each bar has 4 squares and even one bar was a little too much.
In future, I will be giving this bar a miss and heading straight for the Kinder Egg instead as it tastes so much nicer. I wouldn't recommend this bar, unless you like really sweet and sickly chocolate bars!
Well, I absoloutley adore chocolate and don't know what the world be without it, and admitedly I eat way too much! This review is going to be on a Kinder Bueno, which I first picked up a few days after I saw a friend eating one!
What is it?
Kinder Bueno is typically known as a 'choclate bar', though I wouldn't really call it this as it only a small majority of chocolate. The manufacturer is Ferrero. You get two bars, which is split into little cube shape sections which are 'snappable' because of the wafer in it!
The packaging is really quite plain and is definitley noting special. Its main colour is a creamy white on one half and then on the other along the bottome it is red. It also reads 'Kinder Bueno' on it and has a glass of milk and 2 bars, one snapped in half which shoes the creamy filling ooxing out!
What doe it have in it?
The very middle is a lovely creamy, nutty filling which is based on hazel nuts. It is also quite a light and whippy filling, which means it lays lightly on your stomach, unlike some other makes. Although as it is very creamy it is also very sickly.
Covering the creamy mixtue is a layer of thin and crispy wafer. I love this part as I have a sweet tooth, it is lovely, sweet and crispy. I hate it when wafers have gone all chewy and wafer like because they have a filling, but this defintley isn't like this which makes it so enjoyable for me!!
The wafer is then coated in a very thin layer of chocolate. The chocolate is typically milk with a few dark or plain chocolate 'drizzles' going across it for decoration. The milk chocolate is basically what I call cheap chocolate, as it isn't as luxurious and creamy in your mouth as galaxy and cadbury are.
I really love this, it just tastes too good!
I love the fact that you can actually hear the 'snap' when you break of a cube. The creamy filling just tastes great when its in your mouth and I also aore it as it is smooth as I am quite picky when it comes to food and I don't like it when it has any unneeded lumpy bits.
I like that it only has a thin layer of chocolate is actually really nice as you don't need a thick layer as the rest of the bar is really satisfying!
The only problem with me is that I always end up eating both two bars as it is soooo morish! Although this isn't always so great, despite how much I love it is is very sickly, so you do end up feeling very sick once you've eaten the whole thing, but that is just me personally!
Overall I would reccomend this product, it is very high in calories and as it is very sickly maybe it is worth just eating one bar! But if you haven't tried it then I would definitley reccomend it as it is isn't one if the chocolate bars that make you feel like you have eaten nothing but air!
**Also published on ciao under the same username**
Kinder Bueno is one of my favourite treats and I have to say, I can NEVER get sick of this chocolate. It is perfection.
These come in a plastic foil packet, where you can easily rip open, and you find two individually wrapped "bars" of Kinder Bueno, each with four squares. Not only does this allow you to NOT over eat and then feel guilty, it allows you to share easily with friends (AS IF) or hog it yourself one square at a time!
Whilst these are good initiatives, the use of plastic may be on the high for this product. Naughty Kinder. But sacrifices have to be made for the exceptional right?
The chocolate bars are covered in a smooth milk chocolate, and drizzled with dark chocolate only very lightly for a hint of darkness (It's not 100% innocent, you see). The transparent wrapping is perhaps a tease, another obstacle you have to overcome before you can dig into such a glorious treat!!
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One bite into the crunchy chocolate and the biscuit, the smooth fluid hazelnut filling starts to erupt and flood your mouth in such an oral satisfaction you have never experienced before. The combination of all the layers are so well combined it is unbelievable. The hazelnut filling does dominate the taste, with the subtle hints of chocolate and biscuit amazingly complimentary.
I love eating this as a snack, and as a treat. One cube every so often whilst I work, or a whole bar whilst watching TV. They do run out quickly in my household. I do share this, but not often, there just isn't enough to go round!
Out of all the Kinder products, this is perhaps the best, following by Schokobons, Happy Hippos and the Kinder Egg.
They can be bought for around 50p on their own or around £1.50 as a multipack. I advise buying this wholesale; it works out so much cheaper!
This is one of the best chocolate products on the market despite the slightly cheap adverts they show on TV. Kinder Bueno is for both adults AND children, and for BOTH genders, not just horny women who sit reading magazines by the pool and stealing clothes of vulnerable men.
I recommend this for anyone who likes something a bit lighter, not overly sweet (go to Cadbury's for that), and is great for treating yourself anytime, anywhere.