Green's Tom and Jerry Strawberry Flavour Cake Kit Reviews
Product Type: Green's Snacks
Newest Review: ... for when cooking with the kids as they have nice puzzles in like spot the difference and a wordsearch. When opening the box, ... more
by - written on 26/10/10 (Very useful, 98 readings)
A while ago i bought these very cute little Tom and Jerry strawberry flavour cupcake kit from Greens. I bought this because it was reduced from about £1.80 to 84p just because the box was a little bit bashed. When i opened it, the packets inside were all fine and none had been damaged or split so i thought i got a pretty good bargain! The front of the box is really colourful with a pink background with the tom and jerry characters on the front and a picture of a rather nice and neat looking strawberry cupcake with Tom's face on the front. There was also a rather nice little activity booklet put into the box which would be great for when cooking with the kids as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/05/10 (Very useful, 49 readings)
I do quite a lot of cooking with my 2 year old sister and have got pretty good at making cup cakes and stuff like that myself by following recipes. So it's not very often I buy cake kits but this time we ended up with 2 boxes of Green's Tom And Jerry Cakes to make because they was reduced in the shop by me and mega cheap. The usual price for them is about £1.35 and I think they're probably still worth that because the cakes always come out good and it's a dead easy mix to use. To make the cakes you just add an egg to the cake mix, give it a good stir and bake for about 10 mins. Then when they're cool make the icing up with cold water and spread it on top of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/05/10 (Very useful, 176 readings)
A few weeks ago I was looking after my niece for the day and on asking what she wanted to do that day it seemed that all she wanted to do was bake. Apparently she is going through her baking phase but I was more than happy to assist and we went to Tesco to pick up a few bits and pieces. Now even though I can cook I cannot bake so I cheated and opted for the cake mixes which are already pre-packaged and boxed up! Fortunately the Greens range was half price and I picked up a few of the cupcake mixes one of which was the Tom and Jerry Strawberry cupcake kit! *** Greens *** Greens the bakers have been in the industry since 1907 and pride themselves on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/08/09 (Very useful, 72 readings)
My 10-year-old nephew, Dominick, has been to stay at my house for a few days recently and I promised he could do some baking when he was staying. We went to Asda so he could pick what he wanted to make and this is one of the things he chose. We've had this mix before and had good results so I was happy to buy this for him. I had a 20p off any Green's cake mix from a previous mix that I bought to use with my niece so we got this set for 80p. ~ What's inside the box? ~ Once inside the box, we discovered there was a packet of cake mix, a packet of icing sugar, a tube of red icing gel, 12 cake cases, and some edible Tom and Jerry stickers. There was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/03/09 (Very useful, 147 readings)
I made these little cakes today in preparation for a family birthday tea tomorrow. I bought them in my local Tesco supermarket and they cost in the region of 60pence for a box which makes 12 cakes. Inside the box is two bags of different mixtures, one for the cakes, and one for the icing, 12 little cupcake paper cases, and 12 assorted decorations (almost like paper stickers) that are edible, to decorate your cakes. The box states that you only need to add water and an egg to the mixture, which makes them ideal for kids to help make these, as there's nothing very complicated about it. Once you have your cake mix in a bowl and ... Read the complete review
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