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Fabulous Bakin' Boys 6 Assorted Cup Cakes

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      13.03.2010 20:35
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      Thumbs up.

      Sainsbury's (at the time of writing) had these beauties on a special offer - buy one get one free! I simply couldn't resist.

      Inside each box are 6 individually wrapped cupcakes, 2 raspberry, 2 chocolate and 2 lemon. I have also seen the chocolate and lemon flavours available for purchase in the very own box of 6.

      Each of the cupcakes, regardless of flavour, apart from being individually wrapped is held in a paper bun case. The flavoured icing is smooth across the top and looks, before biting, a good centimetre thick. As it happens it isn't quite that thick, it just looks deceiving as it is thicker round the edge, but this isn't a bad thing as if it was I think it would be over doing it and too sweet.

      The sponge is always light and fluffy, it is quite simply the best cake I have eaten. This coupled with the icing makes a very yummy cupcake.

      Each of the 3 flavours (raspberry, chocolate, lemon) has a different taste and colouring to it. All of the colours are solid and look very appetising. The lemon has quite a tart taste and this is my favourite flavour. Any one who like lemon flavours will like this one very much indeed. The chocolate has a taste similar to chocolate ice cream but isn't over sweetened. Whilst finally the raspberry you can definitely taste the fruit and I think this is very nice for a chance. Which is probably the best thing about a selection box as you get a some of each.

      I would certainly buy these again as they are very yummy and even at the RRP are quite good value at £1.20 for 6. These would be excellent in lunch boxes because they are individually wrapped, and also because they keep they're freshness longer, unlike a whole traditional cake I don't feel compelled to eat the whole box at once.

      Yum, Yum!


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      01.04.2006 21:25
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      Dont bother with them

      I love cakes and that is why I rarely buy them because if I open one pack I am left eating the whole lot. Just recently I have started eating more sweet things much to my diets annoyance but I just cannot help it.
      Now everything at work has gone quite once I have eaten my fruit and rivitas I crave something nice and sweet. So on a very weak morning I decided to pinch a cake from a box of cakes on the side. I didn't really take much notice of what they were they looked nice and sweet and that was good enough for me.

      How wrong can a girl be? After I had agonised all day about this scrummy little cake in my bag dreaming at how tasty it would be. I decided to get it out and eat it all up!
      YUCK what a disappointment.

      Once I got home I realised I had sampled one of The fabulous Bakin Boys assorted cup cakes. Fabulous they were not. The box entices you it is just an average size with picture of all the cakes on and a list of ingredients and other products on the box. It was quite plain but the colours were attractive to the eye.
      Bakin Boys have a website which they use to market their products and also sell their items online. This is the first time I have sampled one of their creations and if this tasting experience is anything to go by they should be ashamed to market their good on the shelves let alone on their website. They also sell a range of muffins and flapjacks, which may be really nice, but once you have had one bad experience you don't really feel like going back.

      In an assorted pack you get 6 cupcakes in total 2 orange flavoured, 2 lemon flavoured and 2 chocolate flavoured. All on a vanilla flavoured sponge. They all look nice and sweet because the icing looks really thick and sweet but when you took in it's a different story.
      Each cake is wrapped individually so they are convenient for lunch boxes and good for me because if you eat one you don't have to worry about eating the rest in case they go dry or hard.

      I think the main appeal to a nice cake is the glorious smell, which makes your mouth water as soon as you let one pass your nose. Most cakes don't even need to get near to your nose to caress your drool glands you can smell them a mile away. These cakes didn't even come close to that! There was no smell coming off them what so ever which was a big warning sign for me. An orange or lemon flavoured cake usually smells quite strongly. The scent is were my story of disappointment began.

      Before you start thinking how much I hated them they weren't all bad. The sponge is described as "marvellously moist." Well they aren't wrong there the sponge is concerned. It was very light, moist and soft. It doesn't taste of anything just a plain old sponge it wasn't too thick it was just the right texture and didn't go all stodgy in my mouth like some sponges do.
      Now I should get down to the gorgeous sweet topping but unfortunately I can't. There are meant to be 3 flavours in the pack and you cant tell them apart. They all taste of nothing. I think the only one I can honestly say has a little bit of flavour is the chocolate one.
      I first tried the orange one and was instantly out off the topping was thick but did not resemble icing or fondant in any shape or form. The topping tasted like a lump of lard it was that terrible on the taste buds. I thought I could at least trust the chocolate one to be nice because you can't go wrong with coco you can always taste it but not this time. If I thought I was in for a chocolate surprise I was very much mistaken. There was a hint of chocolate and then nothing. Just a thick taste of fat in my mouth.
      I didn't bother trying the lemon one after trying the first two it was a lost cause for me but my mum had tried the lemon one and she was disgusted at the taste or lack of it. She too thought the sponge was ok but the topping was thick and tasted too fatty and not at all nice.

      WERE FROM?
      My dad picked these cakes up from Sainsbury's on a buy one get one free offer for about £1.09. I also got a pack from Home bargain for about 69p.
      I think you can get these in most supermarkets

      Overall I would not recommend this product it doesn't tell you how many calories are in the cakes at all which bugged me to start off with. Whether the cake contained lots or not many it really doesn't matter the cakes just weren't up to standard for me and tasted dreadful.
      They market their cakes with the slogan "They fit perfectly into a well packed lunch box and there's one for each day of the week with one extra for you."
      All I can say in a response to that is no thanks! I would not feed my kids these cup cakes if they were the last ones on earth.


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    • Product Details

      A box of muffins in 6 flavors.