Green's Dora The Explorer Vanilla Flavour Cake Kit Reviews
Product Type: Green's Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Type: Other Desserts
Newest Review: ... there are two packets - one containing the cake mix and the other has the icing mix. There are also little waferettes with ... more
by - written on 09/05/10, updated on 16/08/11 (Very useful, 194 readings)
My daughter accompanied my husband to Sainsburys recently and, not unexpectedly, she persuaded him to buy a number of items that were not on our shopping list! One such item was a Greens Dora the Explorer vanilla cake kit. Personally I wouldn't bother with these mixes as it is actually very easy to make cakes from scratch, but the girls seemed pretty excited by the kit. Everything comes in a box and the method to follow is printed on the back. The instructions are quite attractively set out with pictures of Dora following all the different steps. This recipe card can be pressed out of the box so that the children can keep it visible while they are making the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/07/09 (Very useful, 85 readings)
My three-year-old niece, Toni, has just been to stay with me for a couple of nights and as I know she loves Dora and making cakes, I thought this was the perfect thing to buy her to keep her entertained for a bit. I told my sister that I'd bought it and she told my niece so all last week she kept saying she wanted to go and see Auntie Julie to make Dora cakes! So I think I made the right choice! We made the cakes on Monday morning, along with some In the Night Garden cookies. She asked if we could make the Dora cakes first so that's what we did. ~ What's inside the box? ~ My niece loved the box as there's a picture of Dora on the front ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/01/09 (Very useful, 431 readings)
I don't do a lot of baking so rarely have the necessary ingredients when I take a mad notion to bake so will quite often stock up on those everythings included type of home baking kits. Last time we were in tesco I tried to get a little Tesco sponge bun kit into my trolley but my daughter wouldn't allow it to go in and requested the Dora cake kit at almost twice the price. I probably should have explained about the credit crunch and she should be glad to get a cake mix at all, but I was tired, the shop was bunged and it didn't seem to be worth arguing the toss. I also had to admit that the Dora kit looked a lot more exciting than the plain fairy buns on the outside of Read the complete review
by - written on 30/04/10 (Very useful, 16 readings)
I've used this kit several times with my daughter from when she was about 2. It's a great afternoon's entertainment. The box contains several packets - a cake mix, an icing pack and a decoration pack. The instructions are simple, so even the most inexperienced baker would have no problems. The only extras you need in addition to the packet mix are an egg and some water. We always make a big event of the whole thing and spend half an hour prepping, so have a big hand washing session and make a big fuss of getting on the aprons and getting all the bowls and spoons ready. The kit contains the bun cases, but it is assumed that you will have a baking tray to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/10/09 (Very useful, 39 readings)
I got a box of this Dora cake mix from the pound shop for my little sister to make because my little-r sister loves Dora and I thought the kit would keep both of them happy, one would enjoy making them and the other one would eanjoy eating them! They're dead easy to make and all you have to do is whisk the packet of cake mix with an egg and 5 teaspoons of water. When the cake mix is creamy and smooth put it into the cake cases and cook them for about 12 minutes. When they're cool make the icing up and spread it on the cakes and push one of the Dora decorations onto it. I love it that this is a full kit because whenever I've made cakes with my ... Read the complete review
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