McVitie's Chocolate Cake Reviews
Product Type: McVitie's Snacks
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Last Update 24.05.2013 03:24
by - written on 27/03/10 (Very useful, 114 readings)
As I have mentioned many times before, I do love a nice slice of cake. This week, for a change, I decided to go for a McVitie's Chocolate Cake and a Lemon one too. I have had the chocolate cake before and I'm looking forward to tucking into the lemon one soon. McVitie's Chocolate Cake comes in a plastic wrapper, which is coloured in a variety of shades of brown. There is a picture of large chunks of chocolate on the wrapper, which do look very appetising. There is also a clear panel, that you can see through and the cake inside, does look lovely. When you remove the cake from the wrapper, you find it sits in white paper, which holds the cake ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/07/09 (Very useful, 215 readings)
I recently bought this as part of a twin pack along with the McVitie's Lemon Cake for £1.79. So this basically cost me 90p which I think is an absolute bargain for such a brilliant piece of sponge. I would be happy if I'd paid anything up to £2 for just this cake alone. When you get quality like this, you don't mind paying that little bit extra. My first impressions of this were excellent, as I unwrapped my cake to find a lovely, thick, moist slab of chocolate sponge cake. The outer layer of the cake sort of glistened really, which to me screamed "I am the moistest chocolate sponge you could have hoped to lay your eyes upon!" And indeed, the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/02/10 (Very useful, 64 readings)
I always do my shopping after work on a Friday and quite often I like to pop something in the trolley to enjoy on a Saturday afternoon with a cup of tea. I have had this cake a few times now but I first bought it when it was on a 2 for £1 offer. I am familiar with the McVities brand and have enjoyed many of their products in the past so thought this would probably be of a similar quality. The cake itself is in the shape of a small loaf. It is covered with a plastic wrapping which opens to reveal the cake sat in a paper casing along the bottom. The cake is a chocolate brown colour and is about 20cm long x 10cm wide. When the cake is opened a nice ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/05/09 (Very useful, 58 readings)
I have always liked Mcvitie's ginger cake to eat from time to time but never got round to trying their chocolate cake. So when I noticed a 2 for £1.50 deal on Mcvitie's cakes range in ASDA, I decided to get two of their chocolate cakes. For one cake it costs around 93p. Compared to other chocolate cakes this is relatively cheaper but no way does it compromise on taste and texture of the product. Been feeling a bit down lately so just wanted to pig out on a chocolate cake, this is probably a bad idea to result to this as comfort food, but it did taste good. I thought it would be sickly but even after a few slices it still tastes good, not too sweet, nice ... Read the complete review
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