Nestle Rolo Dessert Reviews
Product Type: Nestle Chocolate
Description:Brand: Nestle / Type: Toffee / Layered toffee and milk chocolate dessert.
Newest Review: ... (per pot): 170kcal 8.3g - Fat 0.3g - Salt 17.8g - Sugar 2.3g - Protein Whole milk, cream, sugar, Milk Chocolate, Toffee ... more
by - written on 18/01/14, updated on 19/01/14 (Very useful, 81 readings)
Nestle Rolo milk chocolate and toffee dessert. I love Rolo and always have done so since I was knee high to a grass hopper. I was pleased to see that Nestle have made a Rolo dessert which lives up to its reputation of being absolutely yummy. The dessert is sold in a pack of two and is available in the chilled cabinet near the yoghurts and other chilled goods. Each pot weighs 70g and is just enough to give you a chocolate kick. The outer packaging is the familiar brown colour with the words ROLO in red on it. The plastic tub contains the two coloured dessert the top layer being chocolate and underneath the creamy caramel toffee dessert. They are sold on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/10/11 (Very useful, 101 readings)
I have quite a sweet tooth and I love anything chocolaty. I was shopping at my local Costcutter store the other day when I came across these chilled deserts. I had tried the Milky Bar ones before but not the Rolo one. As there was a 'Buy One, Get TWO Free' offer on, I decided I had to get the Rolo (and the Milky Bar one and the Yorkie one). So all in all I paid around £1.20 for 6 deserts (3 packs of 2) which I think is excellent value for money. If I was looking at the chocolate section in a shop, I would always go for something chunky like a Cunchie or Mars Bar or Maltesers or Minstrels - I would never think of going for Rolos and just think 'Urgh Rolos'. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/04/10 (Very useful, 61 readings)
This has been one of my favourite yoghurt desserts since it first came out and it really is a very delicious dessert. It's very similar to the chocolate Rolo, which is made from milk chocolate with a smooth toffee centre, so anyone who likes those is sure to like this too. The yoghurt is made from a layer of milk chocolate on the top and a bottom layer of toffee and, as you can imagine, it is extremely rich and satisfying. The top chocolate layer is very creamy, milky and rich and the chocolate flavour really is very luxurious. The toffee layer has the same consistency as the chocolate which is like a very thick and creamy yoghurt - similar to the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/04/10 (Very useful, 90 readings)
I love yoghurts and I love chocolate but they are not something I am a fan of mixing until I tried a Rolo yoghurt! I have never liked chocolate in yoghurt or mousse form as I always find them to have a horribly bitter taste but I can honestly say that every spoonful of a Rolo yoghurt is a little piece of heaven. I purchase the 4 pack of Rolo desserts for £1 in Asda. They used to be more expensive than this and so it was much easier for me to talk myself out of getting them, but at a £1 for 4 I can not resist temptation as often as I used to! Each pot is 77g and so pretty small which is an even better excuse to eat more than one pot in one sitting. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/02/10 (Very useful, 93 readings)
I walked to the corner shop yesterday to get flour for pancakes and I really fancied something sweet so I picked up a pack of 2 Nestle Rolo Dessert as I always used to love Rolo's as a child. I read a review on them a couple of weeks ago and they sounded heavenly so I put them in my basket and a naughty sweet treat later that night. Price: These are about £1 for a box of 2 desserts, which at 50p each of course is quite expensive for a chocolate mousse/ chocolate dessert type thing. However, Cadbury's chocolate desserts are 65p for one so Nestle desserts don't work out as such bad value, however the pots aren't that big and I'd prefer a pot of plain chocolate ... Read the complete review
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