Marks & Spencer Chocolate Cornflake Mini Bites Reviews
Product Type: Marks & Spencer Chocolate
Newest Review: ... they were fine, they weren't up to these ones; the best, crispy, chocolatey, which, I suppose is exactly what you would ... more
by nathaninnit - written on 12/03/08
"Hello, hello, what do we have hear then?" Not the local fuzz coming around to inspect for criminal activities, but myself inspecting my latest venture to M&S and want premier quality treats she has returned with. Whether it be microwave chocolate puddings or bacon lettuce and tomatoe sandwiches, it is well known that M&S always performs when it comes to food. You must have seen their ridiculously seductive food advertising campaign. Marks & Spencers chocolate cornflake mini bites are as you would expect, similar to the treats you may have made as a family on a chilly Sunday afternoon, whether it be with rice krispies or frosties, the choice is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/08/09 (Very useful, 375 readings)
I love wandering around Marks and Spencers Food Halls, the sheer variety of food they have on offer is breathtaking. I have seen some very good reviews about their Two Dine For £10 offer too, I recently read a review from a fellow Dooyooer who had very much enjoyed one of the desserts offered in that deal. It was more than likely that I first came across the tubs of mini bite cakes during a visit to Marks and Spencers and the whole mini-tub idea seems to have caught on like wild fire. Not only do Marks and Spencers produce chocolate cornflake mini -bites but they do a mean flapjack mini-bite and a very good mini chocolate ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/03/09 (Very useful, 325 readings)
The other purchase I bought on the 2 for £4 offer. Again I will summarise what the tub looks like and so on. These are part of the Mini Bites range from Marks and Spencer. They cost £2.59 for a tub, or are on offer 2 for £4 just now. It may sound expensive, and they are in a way, but Marks and Spencer food is a bit dearer than other shops. These come in a tub and the weight is 210g. The tub is circular and is narrower at the bottom and widens at the top. The lid is circular and comes easily off. There is a picture on the lid of the item and the colourings of the tub is light browns and dark browns. So what are these? They are chocolate ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/02/09 (Very useful, 51 readings)
Another fine treat from Marks & Spencer in the form of these cornflake mini bites. They can be easily located instore, just head to the cake and biscuit aisle. What are they: They are essentially cornflakes, all scrunched together and covered in delicious chocolate. You know, like the cornflake cakes you used to make as a kid? The taste: A wonderful rich and arousing chocolate taste will hit you straight away. The chocolate is powerful and will melt in the mouth at the first lick. The cornflake mix is crunchy, fresh and wil work the jaw muscles nicely. The cornflakes are packed so tightly that you might actually have some ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/12/11 (Useful, 81 readings)
As with any product from M&S, you pay a little bit more and the quality of what you buy is notably higher. I've bought a similar item from Sainsbury's for less, and whilst they were fine, they weren't up to these ones; the best, crispy, chocolatey, which, I suppose is exactly what you would expect. Now, perhaps I may be greedy (in fact, that's more of a definite...) however I didn't find there to be as many "bites" as I'd hoped for. After all, looking at the size of the tub from the outside, you'd expect it to be pretty filled up, but it only tends to be around half full (or half empty, depending on your perspective). So maybe either they could ... Read the complete review
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