Fox's Milk Chocolate Crinkle Crunch Biscuits Reviews
Product Type: Fox's Snacks
Newest Review: ... pack of twelve biscuits comes in at over a pound in most good supermarkets, which seems dear if you consider you can buy a ... more
by - written on 08/03/10 (Very useful, 40 readings)
I associate Fox's biscuits with quality.The name brings back fond memories of picnics as a child in woods, sharing around a hamper and having Fox's biscuits for the treaty bit afterwards. I particularly like their Crinkle Crunch biscuits because you can quite easily demolish an entire pack over the course of a evening, maybe with the help of a comrade. A pack of twelve biscuits comes in at over a pound in most good supermarkets, which seems dear if you consider you can buy a pack of Tesco own cookies for forty pence and get nearer twenty biscuits. The main difference is that these biscuits are a lot more substantial in size, so you can a solid gold eating ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/02/10 (Very useful, 156 readings)
As a big fan of the regular (non-chocolate) Fox's Crinkle Crunch biscuits, I though I had better give their chocolate covered brothers a go. Costing just under a pound from all the major UK supermarkets for the 200g size, the biscuits come packaged in a brown wrapper featuring predominantly white text. At first glance the biscuit appear very inviting, and feature a plain base with a rippled chocolate top. The base of the biscuit is nice and buttery, and also quite oaty at the same time. The most noticeable flavour however, is the chocolate topping, which is fairly thick and undeniably tastes great. Whereas the regular Crinkle Crunch is a very messy biscuit to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/10/08 (Very useful, 404 readings)
It was a very wet and dismal Wednesday in work and I and my colleagues had the need for something to cheer us up. Opportunities for fun or joviality in work are limited for us so we generally look to our team tea break to brighten the day, this usually involves some sort of chocolate, biscuit or other sweet treat. I had been in the supermarket and was perusing the biscuit aisle looking for something tasty and sweet, I spied the range of Fox's biscuits. I had tried Fox's biscuits before mostly Hob Nobs and the chocolate Hob Nobs but I was attracted to the Fox's Crinkles, chocolate. The wrapper is not overly exciting being brown but with the Fox's logo is red, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/11/08 (Very useful, 81 readings)
Foxs make some very good quality but affordable biscuits and these ones are amongst my favourites although one of the downsides is that they are a bit sickly so more than two and I feel a bit ill, they are also seventy calories each so maybe a limit of two is a good idea, I like the fact that the biscuit base of theseis quite rough in texture which makes them quite substantial with a nice crunch when you bite into them, it is very sweet in taste and to be honest I would eat it as a stand alone biscuit however just to top the whole biscuit off there is a nice thick layer of milk chocolate on top which is nice and creamy and very smooth in flavour. In ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/12/09 (Very useful, 18 readings)
I love my chocolate digestives but these are so much better then other brands! I know they aren't really digestive biscuits but they're pretty similar. The biscuit is quite then and crinkled so its very crunchy. It's covered in a smooth, rich milk chocolate which melts in the mouth which is probably some of the best chocolate I've ever tasted! These are so delicious I really could not stop myself from eating them! They are very rich and shouldn't be eaten on an empty stomach because they'll make you feel a bit sick. Each biscuit contain 70 calories which should give you an idea of just how rich and sweet they are. They come in a tray that pulls out of plastic ... Read the complete review
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