Cadbury Wispa Twin Pot Dessert Reviews
Product Type: Cadbury's Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Brand: Cadbury / Type: Other Desserts
Newest Review: ... in. Unlike some, the pot bends easily at the split making it easy to tip the pieces into the dessert. The dessert itself is ... more
by - written on 16/12/09 (Very useful, 92 readings)
My husband seems to have heaps of Christmas meals on at the moment. He disappears off for the evening and gets wined and dined and comes back all festive and podged while I feed, bath and get the girls ready for bed. On evenings like this I cook myself really lazy meals which require zero effort in the kitchen. While I'm scanning the shelves for easy yet tasty food I also often get the urge to treat myself to something sweet and naughty. Yesterday I was looking for something to brighten up my evening alone wrapping Christmas present when I spotted this Cadbury Wispa Pot Dessert. I have tried some of the other Cadbury offerings in the twin pot range such ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/09/09 (Very useful, 64 readings)
Last week, when I was being a very good girl and sticking to my healthy eating regime I was devastated to find that my Mum had bought some Cadburys Wispa desserts in and they were sat staring up at me everytime I opened the fridge (why does she always buy the really good treats in when I've commited myself to a strict diet??!). Needless to say, by the weekend I had cracked (my excuse was so I could write a DooYoo review, of course!) and grabbing the pot and a teaspoon I retreated to the sofa to luxuriate in my indulgence. The product comes in a 90g twinpot and retails for around 68p. In my opinion this is expensive for a single dessert especially when you can ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/09/09, updated on 10/09/09 (Very useful, 251 readings)
It was whilst I was shopping in my local Asda superstore that I saw the 'twin pot' desserts from Cadbury, displayed quite nicely in the chiller cabinets in the store. Seeing that there were several varieties of the dessert to choose from, from a 'Flake' variety to a Cadbury 'Buttons' option, I contemplated them all in turn, before finally settling on the 'Wispa' option, as this is one of my most favourite chocolate bars. I noticed that the Twin pot desserts were on a 'bulk buy' offer where if I bought four of them they would cost me £2.50, which was fairly reasonable I thought, given that they cost the sum of 68 pence each. As I find some ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/12/11 (Very useful, 51 readings)
I bought a couple of these Cadbury's desserts as a little treat for myself as they were on a 2 for £1 offer. they usually cost 78p each and I'm not sure I would pay that much for them. This Wispa dessert comes in a plastic pot with a peel off lid like most yoghurts. It is a split pot with a large section with the dessert in and a smaller section with the Wispa pieces in. Unlike some, the pot bends easily at the split making it easy to tip the pieces into the dessert. The dessert itself is fairly thin, about the consistency of the average creamy yoghurt. It has a smooth texture and a lovely rich, creamy chocolate flavour. It's not overly sweet or ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/12/09 (Useful, 25 readings)
really really yummy. Now Im not usually a big fan of yoghurts or chocolate deserts however when I was at Tesco's ad so them advertised for 4 for £2 I decided that I had to indulge in this and give it a go. This Cadburys's wispa twinpot desert has two comprtments to it. The first compartment is full of lovely chocolate and the other full of mini flake bits. The idea is for you to empty the contents of the chocolate flake compartmet into the melted down chocolate, the grab a tea spoon and get stuck right in. In a massive fan of chocolate and have decided that this is better than any normal off the shelf chocolate bar and will definately be going ... Read the complete review
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