Kingsmill Love To Toast Hot Cross Buns Reviews
Product Type: Kingsmill Snacks
Description:Brand: Kingsmill / Type: Bread
Newest Review: ... hot, so that the butter I spread on them melts in the middle. I love these Kingsmill Hot Cross Buns when I am lucky to get ... more
by - written on 07/03/10 (Very useful, 81 readings)
Whilst pottering around our local convenience store this morning looking for something a little different I saw these Kingsmill Ready to Toast Hot Cross Buns at 84p for 4 & decided to give them a try. I've always enjoyed Kingsmill products & have tried their crumpets from this range but have never been quite sure why they're called 'ready to toast' - always makes me think they must be dry or something? However they are quite moist & in my opinion taste just as good on their own as they do toasted. The pack is as shown in the picture & I like the way you can see before purchase what you're actually going to get because of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/03/10 (Very useful, 52 readings)
Hot cross buns are now an all year event in our house, what used to be an Easter treat is now a once a week or more treat. They are so handy and easy for a quick snack or a fast breakfast for when you get up late. Here is how these Kingsmill Hot cross buns got on in our house. First impressions - Packaging- When in season, I usually buy my Hotcross buns from the bakery but the bright yellow packaging on these buns almost jumped off the shelf and into my basket. They are made from Kingsmill and are part of the 'love to toast' range. Which means they taste extra tasty toasted. The packaging is designed so that you can see the actual buns and decide if they look ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/02/10 (Very useful, 35 readings)
I love hot cross buns and also love the Kingsmill Love To Toast range so I should have deffo enjoyed these. They was on BOGOF when I brought them and I was mega impressed at getting 8 massive hot cross buns like this for about 79p. They smell nice and fruity and have got a lovely spicey smell about them, you can have them toasted or eat them straight out of the packet but I deffo prefer mine hot so I sliced on in half and put them under the grill. I was a bit surprised by the colour of the inside of the hot cross bun because it looks a but grey and there doesn't look like there's loads of fruit in the middle even though you can see shedloads of currants on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/02/12 (Very useful, 34 readings)
Its coming around to that time again when Hot Cross Buns are appearing in the supermarkets. Although they seem to have been around for the past month in Tescos Supermarket. I am lucky usually to arrive when they have just been reduced at the end of the day, when I go hunting for bargains and these are really super quality buns. They are squashy, soft and have loads of fruit contained in them. I like to buy a few packets to pop into my freezer, this I find does not affect the taste at all, when they are thawed out, I do this as theres only me and unless I have my grandchildren around visiting I freeze them and take out what i need, as and when I need ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/04/10 (Useful, 21 readings)
Ive always liked Hot Cross Buns but I have to say these are the nicest ones ive tried . They are very filling and are a lovely treat for the family . They retail in Iceland where you get two packets of four for only a £1 . I enjoy eating them with just butter on but my 4 year old enjoys them more when they have been toasted first . They can be eaten as a tastey breakfast or make a perfect packed lunch for adults or children as they are very sweet and there is plenty of currants inside them which make me prefer these over other brands . They do not fall apart when you eat them , look pretty and you can share them with friends as the bottoms have a nice ... Read the complete review
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