Fabulous Bakin' Boys 6 Chocolate Flavour Cup Cakes Reviews
Product Type: Fabulous Bakin' Boys Snacks
Description:Brand: Fabulous Bakin' Boys / Type: Cake / The boys are back again with their latest chocoriffic, cupcaketastic treat.
Newest Review: ... round one night, and since then they've been one of my favourite indulgent treats when I do the food shopping. The ... more
by - written on 14/05/10 (Very useful, 135 readings)
While on a trip to Morrison's I bumped into a friend who had two boxes of Bakin boys cupcakes in her hand after a short conversation I felt compelled to pick up and box of Lemon and a box of triple choc to try as they were on offer to buy one get one free. Each box contains six cup cakes This is the first time I have bought these cakes as I do tend to prefer homemade cakes. Each cake contains 233 Kcals and 11.9g of fat so hardly a low calorie and fat snack but then not sure I would expect anything different for a cake. It claims to be baked in a nut free zone which seems to be very unusual these days. These were left in the kitchen for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/02/10 (Very useful, 65 readings)
I absolutely adore these cupcakes. Made by the Fabulous Bakin' Boys, these are sponge cupcakes with a dark chocolate layer on top. Each box contains 6 cupcakes, each individually wrapped in plastic pouches. This individual wrapping does create a lot of unnecessary waste, but on the plus side it ensures that each cupcake remains fresh and moist. The sponge in these cupcakes is incredibly soft and light, perhaps even a bit too soft sometimes as it has a tendency to crumble into tiny pieces if you're not careful. Most of the time the sponge is lovely and moist, although I have on occasion had a cupcake whose sponge was very dry. Sadly, the sponge is also rather ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/12/09 (Very useful, 68 readings)
Today at work someone brought in a packet of these chocolate flavour cup cakes and although I tried to resist them, I ended up giving in after lunchtime and trying one. I have to admit it was quite tasty, to the point that I decided to "try" another one, just for the purposes of research, you understand. Now, I'm going to digress just a bit here and talk about cupcakes in general so that I can compare my experience of cupcakes with these particular cakes. I have always been a huge fan of cupcakes as it's lovely to have a tiny little cake all to yourself instead of a slice which for some reason doesn't seem as special. I've eaten hundreds of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/08/09 (Very useful, 36 readings)
I have never been a huge fan of chocolate cake so when my mum brought home a 6 pack of the Fabulous Bakin' Boys chocolate cupcakes from Tesco the other day I wasn't too fussed to try them! However once they had been opened and I saw them in all their glory, I was tempted and so I sampled! They come sold in a box of 6 like I said and this is the only size of box available. They can be found in all supermarkets including Tesco, Asda and Morrisons! They are found in the cake aisle alongside the other cupcake products. In our local Tesco they were sat up next to the other Bakin' Boys products. The box of 6 costs roughly the same in all supermarkets however ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/05/09 (Very useful, 129 readings)
I see my Gran and Granddad every week as they live next door to my Mum and Dad, and they always have some delicious treat for my two boys whom they adore. This weeks visit saw them producing a box of these scrumptious looking cupcakes. So what are they?~ They are 6 mouth watering, individually wrapped, chocolate cupcakes encased in a thin blue cardboard box. They are a moist, vanilla sponge with quite a thick, hard chocolate topping (my favourite part!), and contain no artificial colours or flavours. What they contain~ Each cupcake contains: 10g of sugar 7g of fat ... Read the complete review
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