Cadbury Extra Crunchy Chocolate Fingers Reviews
Product Type: Cadbury's Snacks
Newest Review: ... 4 fingers by the way according to the information given on the back of the box). Other information listed on the back of the ... more
by - written on 04/06/12 (Very useful, 33 readings)
Tonight my mate and I sat down to watch a couple of dvds and one of the treats I got us to nibble was a box of Cadbury's chocolate fingers as I spotted them in my local Spa shop costing only a pound a box and considering I have seen them on sale before in supermarkets for about the £1.50 mark I thought I was getting a good deal! The Packaging: These come in an oblong purple coloured box with a picture of the fingers on the front and the back of it and on the front of the box we are told in white and dark purple writing that they are Cadbury Fingers 'One may lead to another' and that just one serving contains 120 calories (one serving is actually 4 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/02/03, updated on 10/02/03 (Very useful, 101 readings)
This is an unusual opinion for me in that it is about something that I used to enjoy - no not that! As a lot of you will know I have recently been diagnosed with diabetes and I am trying hard (and mostly failing) to loose weight and gain control over my blood sugar level. It is with the greatest regret that I must avoid chocolate biscuits - for the time being at least - maybe later I can have the occasional treat! So what is it that I used to love so much - Cadburys Chocolate Fingers in the extra crunchy variety. I first tried them when taking advantage of a 'three for the price of two' offer and I thought I would try them, not really ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/12/05, updated on 23/12/05 (Very useful, 244 readings)
Everyone, but anyone has heard of Cadbury’s fingers, unless you’ve been somewhere remote for the last few years. But Cadbury’s have recently come up with many different ranges of the fingers though. From caramel, to crunchy to even the latest, limited edition white chocolate fingers. All of these are yummy, and my favourite has to be the caramel edition, but I thought that seeing as it was coming up to Christmas, that I might as well review these scrummy chocolate- biscuit treats. The Cadbury’s history Fingers have been made since 1897! That’s almost 109 years ago now. Can you imagine Queen Victoria, just a few years from her deathbed eating the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/04/03, updated on 30/04/03 (Very useful, 218 readings)
WHAT ARE THEY: The same as the traditional Cadbury Chocolate Fingers that have been around for donkeys years. With one exception. The biscuit is crunchier. More like a Hob Nob. But the finger shape is still coated in booootiful Cadburys Dairy Milk chocolate. HOW MUCH DO THEY COST: 99p for 30 fingers. Although last night they were on Buy One Get One Free in Tesco. Those bought for family consumption have now all gone. ISN'T CADBURYS CHOCOLATE INFERIOR: Simple answer is no. A couple of years ago the European Commission decided that because Cadburys have a lower cocoa content than other chocolate it should be ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/07/09 (Very useful, 46 readings)
I am a huge fan of cadburys products, and cadburys fingers are no exception! For some reason I only seem to buy them at christmas, and because they seem to last for a long time I stock up on them while they are on special offer. I also love crunchie bars so I was most excited when I saw a crunchie version of cadburys fingers for sale, I just had to snap them up. Extra crunchie fingers are amazing! They come in a cardboard box similar to the original fingers. The box it purple with fingers written in the style of fingers biscuits and it has a golden wave across it to represent the crunchie aspect of the fingers and so that people can see that they are different ... Read the complete review
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