Asda Caramel Bites Reviews
Product Type: Asda Snacks
Newest Review: ... body!) When roaming the hills I might eat two or three of these a day, but I was burning it off if you know what I mean. OK ... more
by - written on 29/05/10 (Very useful, 48 readings)
A taste of Heaven MMMMMMMMMMMMMM.... just lovely Throughout the years spent working in the hills and mountains around the UK I ate well lots and lots of Mars bars, when Mars changed the contents about 8 - 10 years ago I went off them. My wife handed me one of Asda's Caramel bites, WOW! A blast from the past alright! I said to my wife "they are mars bars", she said "I know I just had mine". "No" I said "they taste like the old mars bars". They are about ¾ the size of the mars bars, but taste divine! Compared to the multipack mars bars (party size) they are about twice the size. One of these is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/04/10 (Very useful, 25 readings)
Since Asda have offered me free delivery on my online shop, I have been shopping with them a lot more lately. Some of their own brand products have really impressed me. One such product is "Hands off my caramel bites!", which is Asda's take on the humble Mars bar. I think caramel bites is a slightly misleading name, as the bars are more than a bite sized snack. For the reasonable price of £1, you get a pack of 8x40g snack sized bars. As I have said, the bars are based on the same concept as mars bars, a chunky chocolate outer layer with a fluffy nougat centre covered in a layer of smooth caramel. I am sure that if I did a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/10/09 (Very useful, 97 readings)
Much as I try to diet I seem to keep eating rubbish! My family dont help when they have offerings such as these in the fridge! Caramel Bites are Asdas own version of the Mars Bar. They are however quite a bit smaller. They come in packs of 8 in Asda for £1. They are easy to spot as they are in bright yellow wrapping and sit in the confectionary aisle. Each bar is around 3-4 inches long and about 1.5 inches wide and tall. Again, each is wrapped in bright yellow packaging with a cartoon on the front, appealing to children. Taking the bar out of the wrapping you can see that it is smooth in appearance and has a slight chocolate aroma. Biting ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/10/09 (Very useful, 320 readings)
After trying Asda's Whirly Bites a couple of weeks ago I decided that it might be worth trying out a couple more of their own brand mini chocolate bars 'bites' and therefore Asda's Caramel Bites found their way into by basket and dually tested out last night. These are slightly more expensive than the whirly bites because although they still only cost £1, you only get bars in the pack rather than 10. Either way I still think it's a pretty good deal. Asda Caramel Bites are basically mini Mars Bars but of course Asda's variety and much cheaper. They come individually wrapped in a garishly bright yellow/orange wrapper and then the eight bars are wrapped together ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/03/10 (Very useful, 75 readings)
Asda Caramel Bites are essentially like smaller versions of the famous Mars bar but of course made by Asda rather than Mars and they cost a hell of a lot less. These come in packs of 8 and they are slightly wider than a Mars bar but about 2 inches shorter in length, they are individually wrapped in bright yellow wrappers and the outer wrapper holding them all together is the same bright yellow. I think these are almost exactly like a Mars bar only they do not seem to be so sickly and the chocolate if anything is better than the chocolate from Mars. My grandkids would never choose a Mars bar from our sweet tin but they always reach for ... Read the complete review
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