Fox's Chunkie: Extremely Chocolately Cookies Reviews
Product Type: Fox's Snacks
Description:Brand: Fox's / Type: Biscuits
Newest Review: ... as extremely chocolatey cookies and indeed they are. They are really thick and crunchy which I love, there is nothing worse ... more
by - written on 23/05/11 (Very useful, 187 readings)
I always have trouble when it comes to chocolate chip cookie as my husband doesn't like nuts and most chocolate chip cookies contain nuts but these cookies from Fox's are perfect as they have no nuts in them although they are not suitable for nut allergy sufferers as I assume they ahve been made in a factory that has nut products in it. These chocolate chip cookies are described as extremely chocolatey cookies and indeed they are. They are really thick and crunchy which I love, there is nothing worse than a thin, barely there chocolate chip cookie. One side of the cookie is completely covered in lovely milk chocolate which I think is why they are described as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/04/10 (Very useful, 47 readings)
I normally stick to the well tried chocolate Digestives or chocolate Hob Nobs, but was looking for something to satisfy my husband's sweet tooth and came across Fox's Chunkie - Extremely chocolatey cookies. Since then they have been a regular fixture on our online shopping list! The packet weighs 200g and contains 8 cookies. There are often special offers doing them for 1 pound per packet. The cookies are in a plastic tray. The great thing about these cookies is that they are really thick - about 2cm - so you really feel like you are getting stuck in! The cookie is half covered with chocolate, and you can see all the chocolate chunks in the cookie ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/10/09 (Very useful, 70 readings)
Last night I was doing my regular midnight jaunt around Asda, thinking I really fancy an absolutely delicious packet of biscuits to go home and eat the whole packet and wind up feeling sick, but very satisfied. I scoured the aisles, not fancying your regular custard creams (although I am a sucker for all things custard cream, bourbon, nice, rich tea and malted milk), this was no time for even Fox's classics or Gold bars. I wanted something with less chocolate than the latter, but something with a good bite and crunch. I eventually stumbled across Fox's Chunkie: Extremely Chocolatey Cookies. They were on special offer at a cost of £1 for a packet of 8 cookies, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/10/09 (Very useful, 112 readings)
I picked up a random packet of biscuits in the shop this afternoon when I needed something nice to eat whilst at work. My packet obviously turned out to be Fox's chunkie extremely chocolatey cookies which were on a nice half price offer in Morrison's at 79p instead of nearly £1.50. I wouldn't ever dream of paying that much for a packet of biscuits, but these did look nice on the packet and luxurious so I thought why not. Opening the packet, I realised these were indeed very luxurious and probably worth the high price tag after all. Inside the thick papery plastic wrap, the biscuits were sitting proudly in a plastic tray. On first impression they looked ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/03/10 (Very useful, 105 readings)
I used to be very fussy over cookies. I was never too keen on those ones bought from the biscuit aisle, and I would always prefer those soft, chewy ones you get from the store bakery. I have however, always loved Fox's biscuits. I just think they are an amazing brand and I always find their products so moreish! So when they brought out these Chunkie Cookies a short while back, I knew I had to give these a try, because they're Fox's! They usually cost around £1.50 a pack, but occasionally Morrisons have these on for half price, costing only 79p. When these are on offer, I always grab a pack (or two!) as it's a great bargain for a very high quality ... Read the complete review
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