Burtons Toffypops Reviews
Product Type: Burton Snacks
Newest Review: ... contains a plastic tray which holds just eight biscuits in total. This is why they disappear so fast but there again if ... more
by - written on 06/11/09 (Very useful, 93 readings)
Back in the supermarkets again and down the biscuit aisle looking for some different treats for the weekend when I spied these TOFFYPOPS in their bright eyecatching purple wrapper with Toffypops written in bright yellow writing. Now what are Toffypops I hadn't a clue, but the wrapper gave you a little bit of an idea. It showed some bisuits broken in half that looked like a chocolate digestive with runny toffee inbetween the biscuit base and chocolate mmm looks nice! Now being these were on special offer in Morrisons in a B.O.G.O.F. at only 99p a pack these worked really cheap. So in my trolley a couple of packs went. Later that day we decided to gives these a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/10/09 (Very useful, 47 readings)
Burtons Toffypops If you haven never tried these biscuits then I have only 1 thing to say to you - why not?! They are possibly my favourite biscuit in the world and unfortunately very addict. This means that I find it impossible to open the pack and just have 1, I end up reaching for another, then another....well you get the picture. They are so good that as I am trying to eat healthily right now, we have had to stop buying them as I don't have the willpower to resist once they are in the cupboard. Basically, they are circular shaped biscuits which have a biscuit base (nice light crumbly biscuit) then a layer of thick toffee (chewy and delicious) ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/04/12 (Very useful, 106 readings)
I go through stages where I crave sweet things and other stages I crave savoury things. I got introduced to these biscuits when I was at my sister's house and she took the biscuit box out of the cupboard for my nephew to choose a biscuit. I pointed to a certain biscuit and asked her what they were and she told me they were Toffypops. I had never heard of them before, but after having one, couldn't resist having another one as I loved the taste and texture of them. Toffypops are chocolate and toffee biscuits which aren't very easy to get hold of. I haven't seen them in any supermarkets and the only place I find them is in pound shops at my local Martin's often ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/08/09 (Very useful, 37 readings)
There's something enormously endearing about Toffypops. The Tesco Grocery website lists them under 'children's biscuits' but everyone knows that's rubbish & they are in fact perfect for the big kid in us all. The logo on the packet looks like it was made from modelling balloons, & the writing underneath says 'toffee filled biscuits... with milk chocolate!' as if they can't think of anything nicer in all the world. There's only ten to a packet, in a protective tray which makes them seem all the more special. A few more wouldn't go amiss, though, as one packet doesn't last me five minutes as it is. The biscuits themselves ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/10/13 (Very useful, 118 readings)
I've often purchased these as they are rather moreish but seem to vanish way to quick from the cupboard. Made by Lyons biscuits otherwise known as Burtons these cost £1 a packet as their average retail price. Each pack weighs 120g and contains a plastic tray which holds just eight biscuits in total. This is why they disappear so fast but there again if there was more in a pack I'd only eat them as quick lol. I'm unsure where the name of Toffypops come from as they don't pop and look nothing like a lollypop so always puzzled by the name. Each biscuit is round with a biscuit base which is topped with a smooth toffee caramel and ... Read the complete review
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