McVitie's Chocolate Hobnob Flapjacks Reviews
Product Type: McVitie's Snacks
Newest Review: ... per flapjack. Not as cheap as I could make them at home, but I wasn't that organised this week, so for shop bought, I didn't ... more
by - written on 06/06/09 (Very useful, 194 readings)
My children spend many of their weekends during the summer travelling to various dry and indoor ski slopes around the country for races. I, of course, act as long distance taxi driver. These weekends are costly enough as it is, and although barbecues are usually on the go, or cafe's form part of the various complexes, the cost of the food just adds to an already expensive day.....so I try to pack up a good amount of food - food that is not expensive, is slightly more exciting than their usual school pack ups, and is going to give them enough energy to stop them from flagging before it is time to go home. Today saw the turn of HobNob Flapjacks in ... Read the complete review
by lkburdekin - written on 20/02/09
This product is simply delicious!!! A combination of a thin layer of yummy milk chocolate, chewy moist flapjack, and the unmistakable oaty taste that comes only from McVities Hobnobs. Packaged and presented on our shelves in an unmissable bright blue wrapper with the immediately noticeable McVities logo on the front of the packaging, these melt in the mouth snacks are available in packs of five (with each flapjack individually wrapped), or singly. When sold singly these are very expensive - approximately 75p each. However if you purchase the pack of 5, they are available for £1.35 for the packet, and are currently on buy one get one free offer at a large supermarket ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/02/09 (Very useful, 360 readings)
I went to get myself a treat from the supermarket at the weekend, and spied some flapjack bars on BOGOF. I chose the chocolate Hobnob variety as part of my choice because I love the biscuits so much as was intrigued to see how the flap jack bars would compare. Usually you get five bars for £1.35, but obviously I got two packs for this amount so I was pleased with my bargain as I would get a big chocolate fix. The Hobnob bars are individually packaged in a plastic wrapper, and sit in another large plastic wrapper with a cardboard base. The packaging is basic but not over done for the product. It's designed in a bright blue colour to match the packaging of ... Read the complete review
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