Nestle Maxibon Reviews
Product Type: Nestle Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Brand: Nestle / Type: Ice Cream
Newest Review: ... yellow wrapper and is available in both the US and Europe. It costs about 1.50 or so. ~Is it nice~ MAxibon is my favourite ... more
by - written on 02/08/09 (Very useful, 278 readings)
~What is it?~ Maxibon is an icecream sandwich made by nestle. It has two sides, one side covered in chocolate and the other end covered in biscuit, Inside is vanilla ice cream. It is wrapped inside a yellow wrapper and is available in both the US and Europe. It costs about 1.50 or so. ~Is it nice~ MAxibon is my favourite icecream, the chocolate end is crunchy, whilst the sandwich end is soft and biscuity. The vanilla inside is not very rich or creamy, but it compliments the sweetness of the biscuit. The combination of chocolate covered icecream and biscuit make it very satisfying and quite filling. However ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/07/09 (Very useful, 200 readings)
The ice cream van came beckoning me tonight so I just had to flutter my eyelashes at Tom and he grabbed his wallet and escorted me out to the van to make our selection. I decided on a Maxibon and as Tom generally likes what I like he opted for one too and we (by we I mean the mutual wallet of Tom) handed over the grand sum of £3.00 (rip off!) for these interesting looking ice creams. The maxibon was wrapped in yellow wrapping and there is a picture of the ice cream on the front so it's clear what you are getting. It's marked as being 'vanilla' on the front too and made by Nestle. The ice cream contains 150ml and has 316 calories & 18g of fat and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/06/09 (Very useful, 89 readings)
Nestle Maxibon is a somewhat strange ice cream bar, containing vanilla ice cream coated on one end by a soft biscuit and the other with a chocolate coating.. I think they are made in France which is consistent with the continental tasting vanilla ice cream, smooth and creamy with very small chocolate chips throughout. Despite the biscuit being soft it does not get soggy nor frozen hard and tastes vaguely like digestive. The crunchy crispy chocolate is also continental tasting and contains little fragments of nuts a bit like a Ferrero Rocher. Each 150g bar is a whopping 316kcal with 18g of fat and 34.8g of carbohydrate, so I won't be eating too ... Read the complete review
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