Cadburys Buttons Ice Cream Cones Reviews
Product Type: Cadbury's Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Brand: Cadbury's / Type: Ice Cream
Newest Review: ... creamy and light and even after being in the freezer for a few hours was not hard at all. The chocolate buttons which are ... more
by - written on 09/09/09 (Very useful, 113 readings)
I was at my mother in laws yesterday for lunch and she pulled out some ice cream cones afterwards. I am never one to turn down an ice-cream and with a love of chocolate buttons and anything Cadburys; this seemed like a great ice cream for me. The ice creams are packaged to look just like a Corneto, wrapped in bright shiny purple paper with silver Cadburys logo emblazoned on the front. To unwrap, the paper on the sides needs to be removed before the lid and then you are left with a cone topped with vanilla ice cream and a few buttons dotted on the top for effect. I was hoping to find a few more chocolate buttons in my ice cream than the few that were ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/07/09 (Very useful, 37 readings)
Cadbury's Buttons are another classic chocolate that has seen the switch to an ice cream. This has been very successful, with great flavour, texture and the usual high quality of Cadbury. Also, the price is great and there isn't really anything wrong with them. The packaging is very good, with easy to read text. It is also very easy to recognise with the usual Cadbury branding. It is very easy to open, and the products are always fresh. The packaging is very thin, so it can squash the ice creams if you accidentally leave it at the bottom of the freezer or shopping bag. However, the individual packagings are made out of metallic plastic, so it can be hard ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/04/09 (Very useful, 99 readings)
Whilst in Tesco the other day I fancied buying some ice cream; for several reasons eally, 1 - my husband left the freezer door slightly open when we went on holiday, losing all my supplies. 2 - The sun is shining. 3 - Toby is really into ice cream at the moment. Browsing the shelves I decided on some cone style ice creams as these suit Toby well, if it starts melting too fast he doesn't get too messy, he has tried lollies but doesn't like these, probably due to the strength of flavour and also due to getting very sticky and in a huge mess. I spotted various packs of 3 cones priced at around £1.50, and then I saw these Cadbury Buttons cones; 6 cones for £2.00. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/06/09, updated on 01/07/09 (Very useful, 140 readings)
Whilst shopping in Sainsbury's recently I bought a box of Cadbury's dairy milk chocolate button ice cream cones very reasonably priced at £2 for a box of 6. Inside the large purple outer box, each individual cone comes attractively wrapped in purple paper illustrated with smiley faced chocolate buttons. Upon removing the cardboard disc from the top of the cone, I was slightly disappointed to find just six, yes, six small brown chocolate drops of the size and shape you buy in bags in the supermarket for using in home baking. I had of course expected real full size Cadbury's chocolate buttons in preference to these miniature globules. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/08/09 (Very useful, 90 readings)
We bought these from our local Tescos the other day after spotting them in the freezer section. The box had a large yellow band around it which caught my eye stating that they were £2 for a box of 6. The packaging is the notorious Cadbury purple colour with a large 'buttons' logo joined with a picture of the product and a cartoon of a button made to look like a sun. Each ice cream is individually wrapped in paper and is 100ml. The ice creams look very appetising. They are similar to a cornetto in the fact that they consist of a wafer cone filled with ice cream. The top of the ice cream keeps its shape well and does not melt down the side of the cone ... Read the complete review
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