Fox's Party Rings Reviews
Product Type: Fox's Snacks
Newest Review: ... or 2 packs for £1.50. The total pack is around 125g and contains 20 bicuits Party Rings are sold in long plastic packs where ... more
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by - written on 28/03/12 (Very useful, 41 readings)
Bless my nan for always having a well stocked biscuit tin and there were always some Fox's Party Rings hiding in there somewhere. They remind me of being a child and dunking them in my tea and watching the icing melt! Mmmmm! So as an adult I am still quite partial to a Party Ring or 10 lol, and they are a nice change from the plain biscuits we normally have in the house. They are priced at around £1.29 in Morrison's and Tesco but recently have been on offers for either 55p per pack or 2 packs for £1.50. The total pack is around 125g and contains 20 bicuits Party Rings are sold in long plastic packs where inside a long plastic tray with 5 pockets ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/06/11 (Very useful, 62 readings)
When I was a child I used to love party rings! Although, over the years I think we just forgot to buy them and then just didn't buy them again. So when I read recently read a great review by Janjandskye on dooyoo about Party Rings, I just had to buy some! For those of you who don't know, Party Rings are a kind of biscuit made by Foxes. They usually come in a packet of approximately 20 biscuits. I bought my packet for just 79p from Wilkinson which I think is great value for money! You can also get them from most supermarkets and so I would therefore say that they are widely available. To look at, Party Rings look like great fun. The are in a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/06/11 (Very useful, 35 readings)
Fox's Party Rings. I often do little tea parties for my grandchildren and have a lot of savoury bits and pieces and also a nice little selection of sweet things too. Foxs party rings are a lovely treat and always look nice and decorative on a plate at any childs birthday party, and also they are great for adults to have with a cuppa. They come in a packet containing 20 biscuits and they are really sweet morish and addictable. They are little rings of biscuits covering in two colours of icing sugar that is quite thick and they are irrestisable. They come in various colours and have a base colour with a white line of icing covered ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/09/10 (Very useful, 207 readings)
When I was doing my weekly shop I do try to be good and while browsing the biscuits (which I was getting for my partner) I spotted them. I didn't even know they still made them so a very excited me popped them in my trolley. Fox's Party Rings: 'Colourful, crunchy, iced biscuits rings' I used to love these when I was growing up and must admit I've not had one in years. Fox's are a company for me that make great biscuits there boxed biscuits are on the expensive side but well worth it when you have your friends over for a cup of tea and a natter. Party rings I think are a great name for these little sweet treats as they look ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/05/10, updated on 03/01/13 (Very useful, 79 readings)
Still on the review topic of biscuits, you may have guessed I have been a bit partial to biscuits recently. This week, it has been the turn of the Fox's Party Rings. I felt like buying something cute and cheery to eat and saw the Party Rings in the local Co-op for 89p for a standard size pack. Inside the light plastic cover, you find a plastic tray with four different coloured iced biscuits in , five of each colour. 20 biscuits for 89p is very good in my opinion. The colour varieties are: Orange with white stripes Pink with yellow stripes Yellow with pink stripes Lilac with yellow stripes Each biscuit is round with a ... Read the complete review
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