McVitie's Jaffa Cake Bars Reviews
Product Type: McVitie's Chocolate
Newest Review: ... and leave you wanting more! Which may be a good thing for some and may not be for others :D Chocolate and orange are just a ... more
by - written on 25/04/11 (Very useful, 63 readings)
McVities Jaffa Cakes, Cake Bars *What are they?* The use are very similar to Jaffa cakes, that's only shaped into a cake bar. Essentially they are the same as Jaffa cakes, but probably providing a bigger portion! They still consist of a light sponge portion with orange cream centre covered with dark chocolate. *What Do I Think?* Well, I've always been a fan of Jaffa Cakes, so I am definitely going to like these! The bars are individually wrapped, so are very handy for lunch boxes and for carrying around in your handbag. The taste seems to be relatively the same, but what is notably different is perhaps the texture of the Jaffa ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/03/10 (Very useful, 52 readings)
I absolutely love the amount of different cake bars on the market these days and McVities make some lovely ones. As I personally adore Jaffa Cakes and love cake bars, I can't think of much better than a Jaffa Cake Bar. Thank you McVities! Jaffa Cake bars are available in a pack of 5 and cost £1.35. They come in the same distinctive deep blue packaging as everyday jaffa cakes and are packed in a cardboard tray. They are individually wrapped and always taste fresh when they are opened. When I open my Jaffa Cake bar, the first thing I notice is the smell of yummy, dark chocolate and you can just make out the aroma of orange. These definitely make my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/02/10 (Very useful, 7 readings)
Mcvities Jaffa Cake Bars usually retail at £1.35 for a packet of five individually wrapped bars, but they're presently available on Buy One Get One Free from Tesco, effectively making them just under 70p per packet at present. This is an offer that's been going on for a little while already, as we purchased these using this offer a good few weeks ago now. I really like how these bars all come individually wrapped, as it makes them a convenient snack food that can be grabbed and transported in a hurry. There's nothing worse than having to wrap things up when you're in a hurry. I should warn readers that the wrappers are just thin foil though and that don't ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/11/09 (Very useful, 67 readings)
I'm sure that by now anybody who regularly reads my reviews will be well aware that I suffer from having a horrendous sweet tooth, and I do enjoy indulging this by sampling a variety of sweets and cakes from time to time. I was in my local grocery store recently and noticed the pack of "McVitie's Jaffa Cake" cake bars that were on sale. I am a huge fan of McVitie's jaffa cake biscuits, and would go so far as to say they are one of my favourite biscuits, although I had never before sampled this version of my favourite treat. I noted (with glee, I would add) that the pack of cake bars contained five in total, and each was individually ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/08/09 (Very useful, 65 readings)
These cake bars are of course based upon the ever popular Jaffa Cake. Aswell as this variety, you can also buy Jaffa Cake Mini Rolls however in this review I will be rating the Jaffa Cake Cake Bar. They are produced by McVities and are available at a number of stores. They sell in a multipack of 5 cakes which are currently retailing at Tesco for £1.35 however they are in a multibuy offer of 2 for £2.20 until 18th August. Similar to the pictures above the cakes come in a cardboard tray covered with plastic coating. Each cake is individually wrapped making them perfect for packed lunches or those who are not regular cake eaters. The packaging is blue with ... Read the complete review
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