Nestle Fab Lollies Reviews
Product Type: Nestle Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Type: Sorbets & Ice Cream
Newest Review: ... - best before Jan 2014. No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives. Contains real fruit. Product may stain. Suitable ... more
by - written on 05/06/10 (Very useful, 27 readings)
Fab by name fab by nature. I've been eating Fab ice lollies since the mid eighties when I was a child and they taste as good now as they ever did. The Packaging As far as I can remember the packaging of Fab ice lollies hasn't changed since I was a child. They come in a big white box, written across the box in bold blue writing is the name: Fab. Represented behind the name is a picture of the lolly with the lolly stick growing out of a strawberry. The brand name Nestle is placed in the corner of the box. There is also a claim of natural colours and natural flavours in a green circle with a white tick in the centre. Inside the box are eight Fab ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/05/10 (Very useful, 164 readings)
The other day the weather was incredibly warm and sunny which makes you think summer is finally arriving (fingers crossed). It instantly made me want to have an ice cream, something sweet and refreshing. After making my way to Tesco I was faced with choosing what exactly I wanted now as I could eat most ice lollies and ice creams the choice can be pretty hard. After much deliberation I opted for a box of Nestle Fabs. I love the old school lollies and I remember enjoying these a lot as a child! *** Fab *** Fab lollies have been around for over 40 years or so and are owned by Nestle but they were originally created by J.Lyons & Co back in the late ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/05/10 (Very useful, 76 readings)
Nestle Fab lollies have been around since I was a child even though I personally prefer a nobbly bobbly lolly. Last week I purchased a box of 8 x 58ml Fab lollies BUT they are orange flavoured, I paid 99p in Tesco's for these as had never seen this flavour before. On reading previous reviews it seems they were about in July last year. Every lolly is individually wrapped and has it's own wooden lolly stick to hold it with. This lolly is made from a orange flavoured ice lolly which is rather more refreshing then the strawberry flavour. The top two thirds then have a layer of a white yoghurt which is soft and can be easily licked or bitten off to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/10/09 (Very useful, 30 readings)
Nestle Fab Lollies 8 x 58 ml lollies in one pack - I got mine on offer in Asda for only £1, look out for offers as they often have them. These lollies have been around since I was a child and I still love them. Basically, they are an ice lolly which is made up of 3 different layers. They begin with a strawberry ice lolly, and then there is a creamy milky part in the middle. Then, at the top, there is a chocolate coating with hundreds and thousands on it. A bonus is that these lollies only contain 89 calories each, so they are a great way to have a treat while watching your weight. Nutrition information is as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/07/09 (Very useful, 85 readings)
FAB ice lollies come in 2 varieties; orange and strawberry. Until last week I thought you could only get Strawberry flavoured FABs, but as they were on offer and I was intrigued by the orange version I purchased a box of both. FAB ice lollies in general are a fruit flavoured lolly with the upper half coated in a white milky ice-cream topped with a thin layer of nestle chocolate and sugar strands (long hundreds and thousands). They are an ideal summer treat. So with a total of 16 in the freezer (8 in a box) I thought it best to start making some space and eagerly unwrapped one of the orange variety. The Orange FAB I was very ... Read the complete review
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