Ainsley Harriot Caramel Delight Bars Reviews
Product Type: Ainsley Harriott Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Type: Other Desserts / Delicious wafer layers, sandwiched between chocolate cream filling topped with real chocolate chips, creamy caramel coated in Belgian milk chocolate.
Newest Review: ... decide whether in themselves they're not great or whether this is just in comparison to the wonderful chocolate ones I'm ... more
by - written on 25/06/12 (8 readings)
My mum regularly buys me the chocolate heaven bars (from home bargains) and I love them but one day she accidentally bought the caramel version and I was very disappointed! I'm going to try to be fair in this review because I need to decide whether in themselves they're not great or whether this is just in comparison to the wonderful chocolate ones I'm addicted to! Now if they'd just added caramel to the Chocolate Heaven bar, then this could have worked but it seems that they've made the chocolate inferior to that bar - why would they do this? The caramel is very sweet and I could feel the sugar attacking my teeth. The Heaven bars don't last long at ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/04/10 (Very useful, 122 readings)
Not so very long ago, I tried the Ainsley Harriott Chocolate Heaven bars and absolutely loved them, so I was very eager to try these Caramel Delight bars from the same range. I was a bit wary of paying the full RRP of over a pound, but galloping to the rescue came the Home Bargains discount chain, whose nearest shop to me was stocking them for a much more attractive 49p for the five-bar packet - coincidentally exactly the same price that I'd paid for the other bars from a completely different discount shop when I looked at those! As you might expect from a caramelly product, the wrapper is big on yellow/cream/brown sorts of colours - together, naturally, with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/11/09 (Very useful, 102 readings)
**Introduction** When it comes to the larger than life man named Ainsley Harriot many people are split between feelings of love and hate. I suppose I am in the middle when it comes to him as although I do find him annoying I do quite enjoy his enthusiasm for cooking from shows like Ready Steady Cook. I was aware that he had his own range of products but was not really clued up about what the range included. I saw these in my local Morrisons a while back and as there were seven bars for just 99p I thought I would try them. I bought a pack of these yesterday and here is my review. **The Bars** These bars are marketed by Rivington who are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/09/08 (Very useful, 71 readings)
When I came across these I thought that with a name like 'Delight Bars' and made from a recipe by Ainsley Harriot, these were definitely worth a try. The picture on the front shows you a chunky little bar covered in smooth chocolate with a crisp wafer filling, chocolate chips and a layer of luscious caramel. I bought these in Morissons last week when they were 2 packs for £1.50 (middle Sept '08). A pack of these bars will cost you 99p (there's a big 'wow!' sign on the packet which caught my eye because I'm a sucker for a bargain!) and for your pennies you get 7 individually wrapped bars. Each bar is about 8cm long so they're quite small and great ... Read the complete review
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