Greencore Nintendo Super Mario Bros.Cake Reviews
Product Type: Greencore Snacks
Description:Brand: Greencore / Type: Cake
Newest Review: ... any unhappy children. The best before date was about a week later but I bought it the day before the party so it would be ... more
by - written on 26/01/10 (Very useful, 146 readings)
My son was having a party for 14 kids for his 6th birthday last year. I needed to get a suitable cake so I scoured the shelf at Asda. I was a little disappointed at the choice, it seemed to range from very girly (think Hannah Montana / HSM) to a bit young (Dora / Thomas), and it was really a toss up between this and Ben 10. My son had recently started playing Mario on the Wii so I thought this was the best choice as he had never really liked Ben 10. The box had a plastic window on the front so the cake could be viewed. I was a little dubious it would be big enough even though it states it serves 14 so I picked up a Swiss roll just in case - didn't want any ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/01/10 (Very useful, 127 readings)
I thought I would write a review about this great Birthday Cake that I purchased the other night. Now as far as I can remember it isn't anybodys birthday, well not in my house ( sorry if I've forgotten anyone!). I could not resist to buy this as it normally retails for £7.78 and was reduced down too £1.56. The sell by date was tomorrow, but in my house if it smells good and tastes good we don't take any notice of sell by dates ect... Now this would make a fantastic cake for any little (or big) boys or maybe even any tomboys out there, as it is one of the nicest cakes I have seen about. Based on a Nintendo DS it looks just like a real one. With the cake part ... Read the complete review
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