Mr Kipling Chocolate Slices Reviews
Product Type: Mr Kipling Chocolate
Description:Brand: Mr Kipling
Newest Review: ... inside the cake. I love the flavour of the chocolate chips against the sponge and Mr Kipling is the master of these types of ... more
by - written on 17/02/08 (Very useful, 110 readings)
Last week I went down to my local Somerfield and noticed a box of Mr Kipling delightful chocolate slices in with the reduced bread for only 28p, down from the original price of £1.14 because they had to be eaten by the day after. Loving both chocolate and a bargain, I decided to try them, conveniently forgetting I am supposed to be on a diet! ~About the product~ I'm sure we will all be familiar with the name Mr Kipling - the guy who makes exceedingly good cakes! These are chocolate cake slices containing chocolate chips. They are called 'delightful', which is pronounced with the emphasis being on the 'light'. It states that they are 'lovingly baked ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/02/10 (Very useful, 43 readings)
I really should have shares in Mr Kipling, as I eat their cakes everyday, in fact I believe they should make me an honoury member of the Kipling family! I gave up eating chocolate bars over 6 years ago. It wasn't that I didn't like chocolate (I'm not a loony you know), it's just chocolate doesn't really like me. These days I get my sweet tooth fix, by eating a Mr Kipling cake, every night of the week and what a pleasure that is. I have many favourite Mr Kipling cakes and one of these is a chocolate one! (Well at least it isn't a solid block of chocolate, so I can just get away with it!) Mr Kipling Chocolate Slices are absolutely gorgeous. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/01/10 (Very useful, 56 readings)
I'm always on the lookout for slightly sinful (but not too sinful) treats to pack for lunch at my desk at work. I bought a package of Mr. Kipling's "Exceedingly Good" chocolate slices for this very purpose from Tesco's. Part of the reason for my choice is that they were on special offer at 2 boxes for £2.50. The other reason was that they say they only have 126 calorie per slice. Not too bad for chocolate cake! These cakes come in a funny red, purple and brown box. This colour combination is not terribly appetising to tell the truth. But at least it's distinctive while at the same time fitting well with the design of all of Mr. Kipling's other ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/09/09 (Very useful, 42 readings)
Doing the usual shopping trip myself and my husband decided we wanted something nice to snack on and we spotted that many of he Mr Kipling products were reduced to £1. Having decided many of these items fitted the bill we decided to buy a couple of boxes. I chose the chocolate slices as these looked to me as the most treat like out of the lot!! Well and that it was the only one with chocolate in! The brand: I am sure many of you have heard of Mr Kipling cakes - hey have been around for years since 1967 when the cakes were officially launched. By 1970 the brand was completely national and ever since then the brand has continued to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/10/08 (Very useful, 71 readings)
In previous reviews I have given my opinion on some of MR Kipling's finest cakes, these chocolate slices are yet another favourite of mine from the Kipling range. They come in a purple coloured box which has several pictures of the chocolate slices on it and unlike some products the pictures do actually reflect what the cakes look like. Inside the box there are six slices wrapped in sets of two in little white plastic trays. The cakes look lovely, they have a rich dark chocolate look to them and there are loads of chocolate chips on view too. Unwrap a pack and you get a very strong chocolate smell which is also lovely. Taste wise MR ... Read the complete review
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