Fox's Whipped Creams Reviews
Product Type: Fox's Snacks
Newest Review: ... shortcake biscuits as well as strawberries and cream and these little butter shortcakes biscuits have all three. They are ... more
by - written on 24/10/09 (Very useful, 51 readings)
I bought these yesterday from Asda for just £1, I've wanted to try them for ages but never got round to buying any! I opted for the strawberry flavour rather than the lemon as I thought I'd prefer these. You can find these biscuits in the biscuit aisle and they come in a rectangular cardboard box which is primarily cream in colour with red detailing and pictures of the product itself. The picture shows the biscuits wrapped in a ribbon implying they are like a gift. A large Fox's logo sits proudly in the upper right hand corner with a large red banner stating the product is new. Fox's describe the product as 'buttery shortcake biscuit caressed with cream and sinfully Read the complete review
by - written on 24/06/09 (Very useful, 46 readings)
It's even more stressful than usual at work at the moment as the Christmas catalogues were supposed to be completely finished by now but are still at the proof reading stages. After spending all morning proof reading, I wasn't entirely happy when I was told I had to stay through the lunch hour whilst my friends went off to the pub. So when I finally got the chance to escape, I was sent off with money and instructions to buy cake and crisps. Somerfield, the only shop available to me, is not exactly renowned for its cheap prices, but they luckily seemed to have lots of offers on cakes and biscuits today, so I picked up a pack of 8 whipped creams for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/12/08 (Very useful, 243 readings)
After a particularly fruitful "final" shop for all my Christmas treaty bits, my husband discovered these little gems, the fact that they are by Fox's is only an added bonus! Please note these were bought for Christmas, but only lasted as long as it took us to get home and unpack! The product I will now review is - "Fox's whipped creams". The packaging for these, which are being marketed as biscuits, does stand out somewhat in the biscuit aisle. The fact that the box is twice the size of a box of Jaffa cakes is probably the reason why. The box is rectangular in shape and looks quite upmarket, well at least it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/11/08 (Very useful, 156 readings)
As I am sitting here writing this there is an empty fox's whipped creams box sitting next to me, letting me know that I have just polished off a box!! Having said that my daughter did help me, I'm not that much of a piggy!! I saw these in my local somerfield store as they are on offer for 62p, and if you have read my other food reviews you will know I cannot resist a bargain. They come in two flavours, strawberry jam or lemon so I decided to get a box of each as they were so reasonably priced. The box they come in is very eye catching and show a picture of the biscuits on the front, one being half eaten so you can see the lovely jam and cream ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/09/08 (Very useful, 23 readings)
There are just so many yummy treats out there to chose from it can be difficult to know what to chose when you go shopping. I definitely recommend Fox's Whipped Creams for anytime that you are struggling to decide what to buy. They are amazing! Fox's are very well known for making good quality biscuits which are heaven for the lips but unfortunately not the hips! These are the latest treats from Fox's and are in my opinion the best so far. They come in two flavours; Lustful Lemon and Sinful Strawberry. A 200g box of either flavour will set you back £1.25 from Tesco, you get 10 in a box which is a little bit expensive but honestly they are worth every penny. ... Read the complete review
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Foxs Jam Creams - Taste great, not too expensive You might eat too many
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