Asda Double Chocolate Chip Muffins Reviews
Product Type: Asda Snacks
Description:Brand: Asda / Type: Cakes
Newest Review: ... to other muffins currently available in a wide choice of stores. The four large muffins sit proud in the plastic tray, which ... more
by - written on 25/11/10 (Very useful, 101 readings)
Intro Saturdays after shopping it out treat time, and on most Saturdays that involves a buy from ASDA's rather good bakery department. Firstly because that is where we do our weekly shop and secondly because after experiencing some of their bakery wares we have found them to be of great value and quality. Chocolate Muffins ASDA don't just do muffins in a variety of flavours they do all kinds of cakes and we tend to swap around every so often. I do like it however when it is muffin day, and I'm not honestly that fussed as to which flavour we get although if forced to choose chocolate would be high up there. At £1.14 roughly for the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/10/09 (Very useful, 132 readings)
Although I find our Asda superstore very hard to navigate I must say that in general I am impressed by the whole set up. As soon as you walk in through the doors there are stacks of weekly bargains in front of your eyes and it is all you can do to resist filling your trolley before you have reached the beginning of aisle two. The cafe is often filled to the gunnels so we tend to buy a treat and then wait until we get back home to fill up on hot coffee and cake. Muffins are a great if not rather fattening treat but life is nothing if you don't spoil yourself every now and again. The Asda double choc chip muffins are one of our little pleasures in life and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/01/10 (Very useful, 137 readings)
We are currently having our kitchen removed and a new high gloss red one fitted. I am super excited but at the moment we are living in a fine layer of dust and the kitchen is out of bounds. For a cleaning freak like me i am struggling to sit back and leave the mess take over. This morning the children woke up with their usual hungry bellies, and as i couldnt get into the kitchen, i decided to pop up to asda to get a few bits and bobs for breakfast. One of the things i picked up were these double chocolate chip muffins. They were on display and on offer, reduced from the usual 1.75 to a staggering £1. I knew that if i took these home i would be ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/03/10 (Very useful, 53 readings)
I love cake and I love chocolate so it is a no brainer that I love chocolate cake and one of my favourites right now is the fantastic chocolate chip muffins from Asda. These muffins are sold in a plastic box containing four large muffins and costing £1.49 although they can be reduced to a pound for the four quite regularly and they are exceptional value for money at that price. These are very moist and very tasty and have a huge amount of chocolate chips through them and the chocolate chips are very decent tasting chocolate. I enjoy these on their own with a cup of tea, I enjoy them with a nice double cream poured over them but mostly I ... Read the complete review
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