Blackfriars Original Flapjack Reviews
Product Type: Blackfriars Snacks
Description:Brand: Blackfriars / Type: Cake
Newest Review: ... it is vegan, which helps for quick browsing. I have not tried any other Blackfriars products that I can think of, but they ... more
by Brian Newcombe - written on 05/02/14
Since Holland and Barrett stopped selling Blackfriars flapjacks, I've not found anyone else who stocks them. Has anyone any ideas? I rang Blackfriars themselves - they said they didn't know...No other flapjack offers the combination of taste, size and value.
by - written on 29/09/12 (Very useful, 206 readings)
I love flapjacks, so I pleased to see a wide range of flavoured ones available in Holland & Barrett, made by the Blackfriars Bakery. My excuse for buying a couple was that some of the range are labelled as suitable for vegans, so I thought my sister would be eager to try them. My favourite was actually the original variety though which I am reviewing here. There are plenty of flavours to choose from including fudge, chocolate, ginger and fruited. Each one comes in a slightly differently coloured plastic wrapper, which allows you to see a bit of the golden flapjack inside, just to whet your appetite. All are suitable for vegetarians, and the flavours ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/01/10 (Useful, 137 readings)
Blackfriars original flapjack can be found for around 50 - 80p, which is quite a fair price for such a delightful treat. You might think that price range is pretty steep for a bunch of oats blended together by butter but you're wrong. It's so much more than that. The flapjack is positively bursting with flavour, and tastes as if it's just been cooked. The first thing you'll notice is the weight. It's condensed a lot and relatively heavy for a flapjack. When you take it out of the wrapper it holds its form very well and doesn't crumble at all. This gives the impression that it's going to be some chewy, tough rubbish. However, this is not the case - when you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/10/09 (Very useful, 510 readings)
I bought my Original Blackfriars Flapjack in Holland & Barrett for 69p although the price of them does vary between different health food shops, I've seen them for as low as 50p and as high as £1 before! Blackfriars make over different 20 flavours of flapjack as well as cookies, muffins and tray bakes. For more information about their other products, visit www.blackfriarsbakery.co.uk Even though they're quite expensive, I still tend to buy them while I'm out and about as they're filling and it's a snack I know for sure I'll be able to eat and enjoy. The original variety is suitable for vegetarians and vegans but they're produced in an ... Read the complete review
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