Product Type: Fox's Snacks
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A good dunker!
Fox's Rich Tea Creams
Member Name: kaitlinsmummy
Fox's Rich Tea Creams
Advantages: A nice biscuit, good for dunking.
Disadvantages: Could eat a whole pack in one sitting!
My kids have always insisted on having a decent selection of biscuits for suppertimes, though due to how many we seem to munch or way through per week I tend to veer towards the cheaper branded types.
After seeing these on offer at my local supermarket my lucky children have ended up with these better branded biscuits for a change!
The product I will now review is - "Fox's creams - rich tea with real vanilla cream".
These particular biscuits are finger creams rather than the round rich tea biscuits as the name may suggest.
Each biscuit is comprised of a reasonably thick finger sandwiched together with a generous serving of vanilla cream and another biscuit finger, the result being a quite substantial looking biscuit, though this doesn't stop me or my family from eating ½ a pack at a time!
Once opened you are faced with around 15 - 20 biscuits, these are held within a plastic sleeve pack, so once opened you will have to place in an airtight container to keep them fresh.
The biscuit is nice and crunchy with there being a very distinct vanilla taste, though until I read the packet for the sake of this review, I hadn't realised it was from the cream!
The cream is thick and again tasty, though with the vanilla taste having permeated throughout the biscuit I wouldn't have realised the cream was so flavoursome.
These I am happy to state, also live up to the rigorous dunking regime that is held in my house, with these being a good single dunker and hold there form for a good few seconds after!
The nutritional information is as follows -
3.2g of which sugars,
1.4g of which saturates,
Allergy advice states that this has been made in a factory that has handled nuts.
Price wise these are available ranging from 50p onwards, though these were purchased for 50p from www.asda.co.uk.
Thanks for reading x
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