Asda Pastel Fairy Cake Paper Cases Reviews
Product Type: Asda Cookware
Description:Brand: Asda / Product Type: Cases
Newest Review: ... with the white ones so I am not sure if it is something to do with these being coloured. I have always found them to peel ... more
by - written on 29/07/11 (Very useful, 57 readings)
For my daughters christening we were trying to keep costs down and decided to do the catering ourselves, I have been told that I make nice cupcakes and so I decided that I would some for the day so when i was in our local Asda I picked up a pack of white cake cases and a pack of coloured cake cases. The cases are available from Asda and they are 60p for 100 cases however you can buy 4 packs for £2 at the moment making then 50p for 100 and there are numerous things in the offer that you can mix and match with. The packaging is a strong yet pliable plastic circular carton which has a lid which fits snuggly over the base to keep the cases dry. On the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/07/11 (Very useful, 68 readings)
I love cooking of all kinds, but I especially love baking. Whether you like baking or not, you will probably have noticed that cupcakes are especially popular at the moment, and I do like trying out new cupcake recipes when I get the time. You may not think there is much difference between one cake case and another, and at one point I used to think the same. The more I bake, the more I realise, that using a good quality case is important, as the cheaper ones have a tendency to collapse, or can go greasy or see-through when cooking. I bought the ASDA pastel fairy cake cases simply because they were on special offer. You could get white ones for the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/04/12 (Very useful, 59 readings)
I love baking and do some most weekends, I really enjoy making cup cakes, or fairy cakes as I used to call them when I was little, so I always buy bun cases. Asda recently opened a store in my area and browsing around there one day my eye caught these Pastel Fairy Cake Paper Cases, they looked pretty and costing just 48p for 100 cases they seemed a very good price too so I picked a pack up. The paper cases are sold in the usual style plastic tub that most bun cases are sold in, there is a label on the top of top of the pack that shows the Asda Chosen By You logo and informs the customer that the tub contains 100 pastel fairy cake paper cases for home baking. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/09/13 (Very useful, 37 readings)
I love baking and will happily spend hours in the kitchen at the weekends baking for the week ahead. I do prefer big cakes such as fruit, coffee or lemon cake which I can just cut a small slice off whenever I fancy it, but I will usually also make a batch of fairy cakes for the lunch boxes for the week. It is very rare that I will buy a shop cake as I find that they have far too many additives and colours in them. I actually picked these up by mistake as I was in a rush and thought I had picked up the white ones which I usually have. They were 58p which is the same as I last paid for the white ones. They are in the same clear plastic tub and you can ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/04/12 (Very useful, 19 readings)
I do some home baking now and again and it is usually Truffles that I make. I have been making them for years and whatever Supermarket I am in if I need cases then I will pick them up but it is usually Asda that I tend to get them - perhaps as I am in that Supermarket more than any other. These come in a pack of 100 and I last bought these about 3 weeks ago and they cost arounf the 60p mark. These used to just be available in a plain white colour as most Cases are but I picked up a pack of the Pastel coloured ones last time for a change. They are the same size and thickness as the white ones but they are just a couple of Pastel colours so a bit more ... Read the complete review
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