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      10.10.2010 10:34
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      Tasty snack

      ==Background:==

      I have always been a fan of Mars products, so when I was wondering round my local Supermarket and I noticed these Mars Mini Rolls I knew I had to try them.

      ==Price:==

      The retail price for these is £1.35, but they are currently on offer of two packs for £2. This is about similar of the same product from Cadbury's. But substantially more than the shops own Mini rolls that cost just 30p.

      ==Packaging:==

      This is what drew me to this product initially. I thought they had a very effective design and was eye catching on the shelf. The six mini rolls come in a rectangular box about 25 cm in length by 10 cm wide. The front cover reminded me of the traditional Mars bar design; it was a black border with the Mars logo in red. There was also an attractive looking Mini Roll and advice that the product contains no artificial colours or flavours.

      However on examination of the packaging I had thought this was a Mars product, it was only when I looked closer I saw the McVitie's logo and their product promise. I felt a little let down as I thought Mars made it!! On the rear of the package you have a list of ingredients, nutrition information and the contact details if you are not happy with the product.

      ==The product:==

      I found the box the Mini Rolls come in very easy to open and inside was a plastic container with six rolls in. The advantage of this plastic holder is it protects the individual rolls from damage in transit. The rolls themselves are individually wrapped with a similar design as the box they came in. Although you could argue this is excessive packaging I think it helps if you are sharing these with family and friends it means the chocolate is protected and it is easy to pass them round.

      Once I took the packaging off I was greeted with a very appealing rich chocolate smell. The Roll was just less than 7cm long and was round in appearance with a flat base. And I have to say the look and smell made my taste buds water.

      ==Taste:==

      The Mini Roll is very easy to bite into; it has a firm layer of chocolate round the outside that crunches when you bite it. Within that you a soft chocolate sponge with a caramel filling. The design is circular and looks and tastes very appealing. The taste was very sweet and the rich chocolate melted in my mouth, it combined very well with the distinctive caramel. I found the taste very sweet and very Moorish and in no time at all had I consumed my Mini Roll and I still wanted more.

      Surprising enough it is the initial taste of the milk chocolate crunch that I found most enjoyable, although I did find the liberal brown caramel distributed throughout the roll was excellent too. For me the sponge cake was a little disappointing and its flavour was not noticeable because of the milk chocolate and caramel. Although at the same time the taste did remind me of the traditional Mars bar.



      Nutritional advice:
      Each roll contains
      Calories: 116
      Sugar: 12.5g
      Fat: 4.8g
      Saturates: 2.6g
      Salt: 0.1g

      ==My opinion:==

      In my opinion this is a handy snack, although I do think they are a bit on the expensive side. Ideal for breaks or Children's Lunch boxes, they because they are well packed are easy to share and protected because of this. I am in two minds as to whether I would buy these again I think they would have to be on special offer.

      I cannot fault the quality of the products design and it looks effective. I would like to see each individual roll a little longer in size as a few brief mouthfuls and the roll is gone. I enjoyed the taste, enjoying the rich milk chocolate and the caramel mix, although I found the chocolate sponge a little bland, but this was made up for in my view by the crunchy chocolate outer layer. Maybe It would have been better to have more of this so that it is more like the Mars bar and a initially more of a crunch.

      I cannot fault the taste really as it was still very pleasurable and you could taste the quality products within it. I found even after I had eaten mine that my mouth was watering for a while after and I really desired another one. But at 116 calories per roll and high sugar content I thought it was best not too. Especially as I found in eating my mini roll I had made a bit of a mess surprisingly of my desk, as the outer milk chocolate split when I bite into it.

      This product generally has a shelf life of a few weeks and needs to be stored in a cool, dry place. I put mine in the fridge shortly before eating and found it really tasted good and the chocolate was firm and good.

      ==Conclusion:==

      Yes I would recommend this as a tasty product. I really liked the sensation in my mouth as the milk chocolate, sponge and caramel mixed together. Although I do think these are a little on the expensive side, but certainly nice once in a while as a treat and definitely not for those on a diet.

      Thanks for reading my review.

      © CPTDANIELS October 2010

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        24.09.2010 00:54
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        An unnecessary evil

        Mars mini rolls. Cheap at £1 for six in Asda and just what a busy Dad (or Mum) needs to buy to top up the school packed lunches. Even though he (I'll skip the "or she"s) knows they are just what shouldn't go into a decent packed lunch. The kids - and the marketing men - have got us snookered.

        Main reason I chose Mars rather than the similar offerings from Galaxy or Milky Way is that there were six rolls in the pack and not five (leaving one for me to try). Though the "y" on the Galaxy branded wrapper was shaped to resemble a 6 and you had to look twice not to be confused there. Naughty.

        Back to this product. Each mini roll is individually wrapped making it much easier to add to a packed lunch, which every marketing person understands. The wrapping is the familiar Mars one in dark brown with red and gold writing for the brand name. A small blue and white McVities logo also appears. All very familiar and reassuring to most of us.

        A glance at the ingredients list on the back shows a reasonable 30% content of milk chocolate then another twenty or so main ingredients including sugar, wheat flour, caramel, various E-numbers, salt, preservative and flavouring. So a long way from home baking. Makes me slightly ashamed to think I gave them to my kids, apart from the one I ate myself. By the way, anything with caramel as an ingredient is suspect in my opinion since what passes for caramel is usually not the natural result of heating sugar but a rather nasty synthetic chemical version.

        The eating. This can only be subjective but my initial impression was that it was almost identical to a Cadburys mini roll. Perhaps a little less chocolatey, with a more chewy sponge and sweeter filling, described as caramel, but really not very different. The aftertaste was extreme sweetness. This is not surprising when you read from the nutrition information that they are almost 50% sugar and nearly another 20% of fats. Six of these and you've had more than 90% of an adult's recommended daily intake of sugar and saturated fat. Since like all highly sweetened foods they leave you craving for more, there is a real risk of unbalancing your diet or, worse, your children's.

        So would I recommend them? Not really and only as a very occasional treat. At the risk of sounding boring and preachy I would say it's time for parents to beat the marketing men at their own game. Try some home baking where you can choose the ingredients, avoiding the chemical cocktail found inside these. Time consuming at first but much easier and quicker with practice. More rewarding too. My kids seem to enjoy taking pieces of home-made cake to school for their friends to try, including their own baking, so by no means impossible.

        Now it's time to put down my pen and go practise what I preach...

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          24.05.2010 11:35
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          An okay cake bar - but that's about it!!

          I have been a big fan recently of McVities cakes bars, and have written reviews on a couple. As I had been really pleased with the other cakes, when I saw that Mars had brought one out too, it was something I had to give a try.

          The packet itself is very similar to the one here, but actually has a price on it in gold in the top right hand corner. The price is £1.49. However I can say that the price in Sainsbury is only £1.00, and Tesco too have them on offer for 2 packs at £2.00.

          Each pack has 6 mars mini rolls, each individually wrapped and on a clear plastic tray, each with their own section.

          Upon opening the wrapper, it is hard not to compare it with a Cadbury Mini Roll, but this is were the similarity ends. My chocolate roll had stuck to the wrapper, even though it had been kept in a cool cupboard, so mine came out in a bit of a mess.

          The chocolate that covered the roll was Mars and not the nicest taste, compared with other chocolate I have had. This covered a sponge that I found a bit harder and chewier than other soft sponges I had eaten. The caramel was okay, but that was about it. The cake itself really had no 'kick' or 'bounce' to it. It wan't horrible, it just wasn't special.

          For those with allergies these cakes contains Gluten, Malt Extract, Wheat Flour, Eggs, Milk, Condensed milk, Lactose, Milk Fat, Milk Proteins, Whey, Soya , Soya Flour & Soya Lecithins

          Although each roll had only 116 calories and 4.8g of fat, I really felt let down with this cake. As somebody who tries to watch his calorie intake, I wished I had used my calories on something I would have enjoyed more.

          So would I buy them again? Well I'd eat them if they were in the cupboard or was at somebody's house, but I wouldn't go rushing to buy them. Probably the worst cake bar I have eaten to date. Not recommended. Sorry!

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            18.03.2010 17:59
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            Buy them now while they are cheap!

            The cakes I buy when I go shopping are usually dependant on what is on offer at the time. At the moment, Mars mini rolls are selling for £1 for a pack of 6, which is reasonable, so in the trolley they went!


            Mars mini rolls come in the classic black packaging that makes the brand instantly recogniseable. The name "Mars" is emblazoned across the front in the familiar red lettering, which convinces you that the product inside is going to be comforting and familiar. There is also a picture on the front of the pack of a Mars roll cut away, so you can see the caramel filling swirled inside. This also makes me want to open the packet!


            Mars rolls are baked by Mcvities, who are giants in the cake world, so you know that these cakes are going to be really high quality. I like buying individually wrapped cakes like these, because I find them perfect for linchboxes and days out, as well as the fact that they stay fresh for longer when the packet is opened, unlike other cakes, which dry out and have to be eaten quickly.


            The nutritional information is on the front of the pack and is as follows per mini roll:
            Cal 116
            Sugars 12.5g
            Fat 4.8g
            Saturates 2.6g
            Salt 0.1g
            The pack does not tell you how big a mini roll is, but they are typical in size for this kind of cake. the cakes contain no artificial colours or flavours.


            As I have mentioned, the cakes come individually wrapped. The wrapping is very similar to a Mars bar and has ridged edges to make it easy to tear tham open. Each individual cake has the nutritional info and ingredients printed on it, as well as a best before date, which is unusual for cakes inside a multipack, but a good idea. there is also an allergy warning that the product contains Milk, Egg, Soya and gluten.


            The cakes themselves are gorgeous and very moreish. They are little chocolate swiss rolls, with caramel spiralled though and chocolate on the outside. People who like a mars bar will like these cakes, because the caramel and chocolate give the cake that typical mars bar flavour, but in a much lighter format. These cakes don't fill you up like a Mars bar. The chocolate on the outside is a thin layer, but very creamy and tasty. There is a generous amount of caramel swirled through the cake, enough to make you feel that this is a quality product. the sponge cake is soft and light and lovely and chocolately. One is never enough.


            Mars mini rolls make an excellent after school treat, because they don't fill you up, or for anyone who wants a chocolate "hit" without eating a choccy bar. For me, they are good value at £1 a pack, because Tesco own brand chocolate rolls are 78p, and this product is by far superior for only a little more money.

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              11.08.2009 15:58
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              id like one now plz

              If you are fond of Mars bars and you also cannot resist that taste of cake then you have found the perfect treat. These mini roll cakes are actually made by McVities but they do not let down the great taste of Mars Bars. They actually make a good cake base to sell this product well.

              I like my Mars bars and I also enjoy a bit of cake from time to time. These are great tasting little bars that are cheaper than the real Mars bars yet you still get the same great taste. The Mars Mini Rolls are very soft.

              Inside the bars you have a mini roll mixed with an inner layer of soft sweet Mars mixture, which gives it, it's great taste. The whole cake is then wrapped in crunchy milk chocolate, identical to that of a proper Mars bar.

              These are great little snacks for any time and they have less sugar in them than the real bars. Without the caramel, you can worry less about your white teeth but rest assured you still have the caramel taste within.

              The one bad thing about cake bars and include this one, the crush easily, and so does the one in the picture above there so id advise you keep them in a box or so. You cannot really help it if they are slightly crushed when you buy them as usually they're when I buy them but still really good value. I bought a pack of 10 for a pound recently working out as little 10p wonder delights.

              A great purchase for me and highly recommendable.

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                06.07.2009 12:45
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                More taste than a Cadbury's mini roll

                Everytime I visit my local shop I look out of things that I can review on dooyoo. Here's another one I found.


                Packaging:

                The mini rolls are invidually wrapped in a predominantly black wrapper which keeps them isolated from the air once the wrapper covering the main tray has been opened. The mini rolls are laid in the tray which is wrapped with a plastic covering. Again this is predominantly black, with the familiar Mars logo in red with vanilla coloured edging. The back of the pack lists the Customer Care details, the ingredients & the nutritional information as well as some "publicity" asking "Have you tried our Mars Muffins?"


                Nutritional Information per mini roll {per 100g in brackets}

                Energy kJ: 545 kJ {1816 kJ}
                Calories: 130 kcal {433 kcal}
                Protein: 1.5g {5.1g}
                Carbohydrate: 18.4g {61.4g}
                of which sugars: 14.1g {47.0g}
                Fat: 5.6g {18.5g}
                of which saturates: 3.0g {10.0g}
                Fibre: 0.4g {1.2g}
                Sodium: < 0.1g {0.1g}
                - equivalent as salt: 0.1g {0.4g}

                Dietary & Allery Information

                Contains milk, egg, soya and gluten. No hydrogenated vegetable oil.



                The mini roll:
                The bar is completely covered in Mars chocolate. There's no particular smell that hits you once you've removed the wrapper. The outer chocolate shell is fairly thin. On biting into it you notice the caramel Mars filling surrounded by chocolate sponge.


                Taste:
                The overriding taste was of the caramel Mars filling, despite the fact that there doesn't appear to be lots of it inside the mini roll itself. The chocolate sponge is not too strongly flavoured but these two elements rather overpower the thin outer shell of chocolate. If you like Mars Bars then you'll like these as well.

                Price:
                I paid the princely sum of 99p for these in my local corner shop, which is not that great when I got 10 Cadbury's Mini Rolls for the same price. However, tastewise I much prefer these but I certainly wouldn't be prepared to pay more than £1 for 6 of them.


                Opinion:
                A very handy size to pop into a lunchbox or if you need a chocolate hit. Once again, the sugar & fat content is quite high. One mini roll will provide an adult with 14.1% of their Recommended Daily Amount of sugar and 5.6% of their RDA for fat so these are perhaps best avoided by dieters or those watching their weight. The RDA for sugar is slightly higher (0.3%) here than you'd get with a Cadburys Mini Roll but the fat content is 3.3% lower so these are better for you in terms of fat content. In terms of calories this Mars Mini Roll with provide you with 6.5% of your Recommended Dail Amount as opposed to the Cadbury's Mini Roll which comes in at 6% RDA.

                Overall though, these have a bit more taste to them than the Cadbury's Mini Rolls do.

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                  07.05.2009 13:35
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                  This is the Mars version of Cadbury's Mini Rolls in a way. Same kind of design, but obviously different. You get 6 in a pack and they normally cost around the £1.60 mark. They were on offer at Asda for £1 a few weeks ago and I bought them again then, as I love a bargain.

                  The rolls are individually wrapped inside in a black wrapper with the Mars writing in Red, just like the colourings on a Mars Bar wrapper. The rolls sit on a cardboard tray. For packaging reasons I would say this is not needed, but it keeps them from perhaps getting squashed. The outside wrapper is a larger version of the inside one and stands out on the shelves with the colourings. There is a picture of the product on the front as well.

                  So what are these exactly? They are cake bars which have a swirl of Mars Caramel running through then. The swirl is thicker in the middle of the bar, but spirals out and you can certainly taste the Caramel through the chocolate sponge. I was a bit disappointed by the chocolate coating. It was really thin, and I was expecting thick chocolate that cracked when you bit into it, kind of like the thick Mars coating. This is coated with hardly and Chocolate, and it breaks off into slithers. Would be a lot better if it was a thicker coating.

                  These rolls are quite sickly and mostly because of the Caramel. Then again the sponge is quite dry, so it needed something to break this taste up.

                  These rolls have 140 calories per roll, so you can have this as a snack sometimes. 1 is enough for me at a time, so at least i'm not tempted to scoff the pack.

                  A nice change, but the original Mini Roll is the best one.

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                  27.04.2009 21:19
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                  Cake from Mars but not good

                  Mars Mini Rolls are a copy of the better known Cadbury Mini Roll however I found them to be far too sweet and a bit sickly for my taste buds and they are not a prodct I will be buying again in a hurry. In each pack you get six mini rolls and they cost around the £1.50 mark for a pack and they are individually wrapped as well so if you have kids I guess they could go in their school lunch box.

                  The main difference between these and normal mini rolls is the fact that they have a caramel twirl in the centre rather than the sugar fondant creme of Cadbury mini rolls.

                  The outer coating is a thin layer of milk chocolate and then in the centre is a chocolate sponge with the caramel running through this, I found it to be a messy cake to eat, the chocolate is thin and breaks up a bit and the sponge is very crumbly, it is only the caramel that holds it all together.

                  From a taste perspective they are much too sweet and there is not really a strong chocolate taste to them either. Overall I found them rather disappointing and they are not something I would buy again, I would rather have a normal Mars Bar personally.

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                    26.04.2009 10:10
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                    A sweet but quite ordinary mini roll.

                    If Mc Vities had advertised for a taster for their Mars bar mini rolls then I would have gladly applied for the post.
                    A Mars a day helps you work rest and play.
                    A well thought up advertising campaign! I know so many people who can only eat a small slice or two from a Mars bar owing to the richness of the chocolate and soft nougat confection. Strangely enough I can manage to eat one bar, feel no guilt and could swiftly move on to the second bar without feeling remotely stuffed.

                    Take a product, closely examine the flavour and texture and then try to inject that taste into another form, hence the supermarket shelves and freezer cabinets are laden with chocolate bar flavoured ice creams and cakes. Maybe the manufacturers would fare better if they concentrated solely on producing some new flavours.
                    Just take a look into the freezer cabinets at my local discount store any day of the week and you will see that they are loaded with the well known brands of ice cream that has been created from the sweets and chocolates, all knocked down to giveaway prices.

                    In Tesco I stumbled on these Mars mini rolls quite by accident, they were on a display unit and I picked a packet up thinking that they were mini Mars bars. The wrapper is more or less exactly the same and much as I am trying to give them up I am drawn like a bee to a honey pot.
                    But I soon realised that the packet was lightweight and didn't contain my beloved Mars bars.
                    After donning my spectacles and scrutinising the packet I realised that they were cake bars and they were on offer, two packs of six for £2.20p, not bad considering all things.
                    It stands to reason if I love Mars bars then I would surely be taken with the Mars mini roll, doesn't it?

                    As I mentioned earlier the outer plastic wrapper is in Mars bar colours and then surprise, surprise , open the packet and there are six mini rolls all wearing the Mars bar jacket.
                    In all honesty a mini roll is but a mere morsel and these are no different, when the roll is removed from the wrapper it is a dead ringer for a Cadbury's mini roll, believe me I am an expert in this field!
                    The Mars mini roll is too delicate to dissect successfully and after biting the top off I don't feel ecstatic, usually the mini rolls have a thick layer of chocolate at each end but these aren't able to offer that.
                    Although the milk chocolate tastes `Marsy` it is a bit thin on the ground and by now I am well into the light soft chocolate sponge cake. The chocolate sponge cake is super, light, sweet and I can only find one fault, there isn't enough of it.
                    Now, the Mars bar filling- a creamy sweet mixture not dissimilar to the nougat part of the Mars bar but obviously much softer. The layer of filling blends well with the light chocolate sponge and the slightly thin outer layer of milk chocolate.

                    From my point of view the Mars mini rolls are much like any other mini roll , size wise they are fairly tiny and in reality you need a couple to make any impression.
                    Yes, to a point I enjoyed the rich little cake roll but I am tempted to add that the Cadbury's mini roll would win hands down.

                    One mini roll contains 130 calories and an amazing 14.1g of sugar! 5.6g fat, 3g of saturated fat and 0.1g of salt. They are suitable for vegetarians. The Mars mini rolls contain no hydrogenated vegetable oil, but they do contain soya, egg, gluten and milk.

                    Out of interest I am going to keep the other packet until I have visitors and see what they make of them.
                    If they were on offer at a very decent price I may well buy them again but at the RRP I would have to walk past and ignore them. Sorry Mars !

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                      23.04.2009 19:45
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                      Quite nice, but I wouldn't crawl over broken glass to get to them

                      COST (at my local village shop): £1.49 for a pack of six

                      NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION (per mini roll):-

                      Calories: 120
                      Kj: 545
                      Protein: 1.5g
                      Carbohydrate: 18.4g
                      - of which sugars: 14.1g
                      Fat: 5.6g
                      - of which saturates: 3.0g
                      Fibre: 0.4g
                      Sodium: 0.1g
                      - equivalent as salt: 0.1g

                      INGREDIENTS:-

                      Milk chocolate (29%), sugar, cocoa butter, dried skimmed milk, cocoa mass, lactose, vegetable fat, dried whey, milk fat, soya lecithin, E442, E476, water, flavouring, wheat flour, vegetable oil, malt extract, caramel, invert sugar syrup, salt, pectin, E471, sodium bicarbonate, dried malt extract, invert sugar syrup, glycerine, sorbitol, dried whole egg, fat reduced cocoa powder, glucose syrup, soya flour, E475, E322, disodium diphosphate, potassium bicarbonate, potassium sorbate, milk protein

                      DIETARY/ALLERGY INFORMATION:-

                      Contains milk, egg, soya and gluten. No hydrogenated vegetable oil.

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                      Mars Mini Rolls are a variation on the ordinary chocolate mini roll, and come in packs of six in a very recognisable brown wrapper with the standard Mars logo on the front, with an image of one of the mini rolls sliced in half, and some of the wrapper left on. The back contains the nutritional/dietary/allergy information, ingredients, a quality claim from the manufacturer McVitie and a little suggestion to give Mars Muffins a try.

                      Once the outer packaging is opened, each of the six mini rolls are individually wrapped identically to the outer packaging, and they rest in a corrugated semi-stiff clear plastic tray. I'd guess each mini roll is about 4" long and about 3" to 4" in circumference.

                      On unsealing one of the mini rolls, I didn't notice any perceptible smell of caramel or chocolate, and the appearance was exactly the same as any other kind of chocolate mini roll. The testing comes with the tasting though.

                      I managed to easily bite and take half of a mini roll into my not overly large mouth, and noticed that the chocolate coating seemed very thin - such a difference from the substantial chocolate which covers Mars Bars (the chocolate bars we no doubt are all very familiar with - I have to say here that I'm not the world's greatest fan of Mars Bars).

                      There is a caramel-flavoured cream inside, which I would say is moderately generous, and it does resemble the goo inside of a Mars Bar quite strongly, albeit a sparser serving and a little thinner in consistency. The cake is a soft, light, somewhat crumbly sponge and though chocolate coloured, to me bore very little actual chocolate flavour. On chewing, the chocolate coating didn't taste very distinctive - probably because it is so thin, and it was somewhat overpowered by the sponge and the creamy filling. The coating didn't drop off the cake and all over me though, and I was pleased about that.

                      Two bites and the first mini roll was gone, so I started on another - but by the time I got to the end of the second one, I was finding them a little on the sickly side, so I put the others back in the kitchen to delve into when I next get the urge for something sweet.

                      My overall considered opinion is that this pack of six Mars Mini Rolls is reasonably priced at £1.49, but I'd guess they could be more expensive if bought elsewhere, as they were on special offer at my local village grocers. They are fairly substantial, but the chocolate coating could do with being thicker and I'd like the sponge to have a stronger chocolate flavour. The best part was the caramel goo in the middle, even if it was a little too sweet for my own palate.

                      They aren't bad, and I would buy them again (not for any more than £1.49 though), but I wouldn't say they're anything to get overly excited about - but, 120 calories per mini roll isn't too bad at all considering what's in them and how sweet/sickly they are.

                      Thanks for reading!

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