Asda Smart Price Fairy Cakes Reviews
Product Type: Asda Snacks
Description:Brand: Asda / Type: Cakes
Newest Review: ... so cheap I wasn't sure that the standard of them would be so good, but I was quite surprised (as I usually am with Smart ... more
by - written on 04/03/10 (Very useful, 76 readings)
I've bought some of these fairy cakes from Asda's Smart Price range a few times as they come in really handy to serve at parties and to decorate yourself. They are just plain sponge round fairy cakes and there are 12 in a pack for only 46p and I don't think the value of these can be beaten. Because they're so cheap I wasn't sure that the standard of them would be so good, but I was quite surprised (as I usually am with Smart Price products) to find that they actually tasted pretty good. They're very soft and fluffy - softer than most normal sponge cakes just like a fairy cake should be. Obviously they don't have much taste to them because they're ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/01/10 (Very useful, 69 readings)
Last time I was in Asda I picked up a packet of their Smart Price fairy cakes because my sister wanted to have a go at decorating them. You get 12 in a pack and they cost about 45p, the cakes aren't massive but they're just the right size for kids. They look a lot nicer up close than they do in the photo I asked Dooyoo to put up and each cake comes in a paper case. The texture of them is very nice, they're not as light as most fairy cakes I've eaten but I think even though they're small they're proper filling because of the cake being so heavy. They've got a lovely vanilla sponge taste and are nice and sugary tasting. I don't think ... Read the complete review
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