McVitie's Golden Syrup Cake Reviews
Product Type: McVitie's Snacks
Description:Brand: McVitie's / Type: Cake
Newest Review: ... - 0.1g Salt equivalent - 0.2g This product contains gluten, eggs and milk and may contain nuts, peanuts and soya/soya ... more
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by - written on 08/11/09 (Very useful, 115 readings)
Suckered by Tesco again. Cheekily nipped into town using Tescos free car park to avoid the N.C.P.s ridiculous charges. Appeased my guilty conscience by nipping into the store for a pint of milk and succumbed to the temptation of buy one get one free cakes. At £1.09 for two it seemed rather churlish not to. The cakes in question were a Jamaican Ginger Cake and a Lyons Golden Syrup cake. Both of these were childhood staples. If ever mum had someone pop in for a cuppa she'd whip one of theses out of the pantry to go with it. I tend not to buy cakes as my other half has a waistline considerably larger than that of his trouser waistband despite all protestations ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/10/09 (Very useful, 99 readings)
Any regular readers of my reviews will be aware by now that I have a horrendous sweet tooth and am a huge lover of biscuits, cakes and sweeties. It was whilst I was doing a little 'top-up' shopping in my local Lidl supermarket that I spotted the McVitie's golden syrup cake, which was on offer at only 50p. Having not tried this cake for a few years but remembering that I used to really adore the rich taste, I immediately decided to take advantage of the low price and give it another go. Removing the dark green coloured outer wrapper and taking the cake out, I was impressed immediately by the rich colour of the cake. A dark, golden brown coloured ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/07/09 (Very useful, 73 readings)
Both my other half and I have very sweet teeth, and love to treat ourselves to a pudding for one meal a week in our weekly food shop. Currently, Somerfield have Golden Syrup Cakes at half price, and so into the basket it went! I first tried the cake a number of months ago when it was half price at Tesco, and loved it, so now pick it up pretty much whenever it comes on offer - which shows that offers work, I guess! So, the cake. It's a very soft, very sticky and very moist bar. Get a sharp knife and cut into the required amount of pieces - I have to be honest, as this cake is quite light to eat (despite how sweet it is), my other half and I can happily polish ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/01/09 (Very useful, 79 readings)
Ok so one of my weakness's when it comes to cakes/biscuits has to be 'Mcvities golden syrup cake'. I could eat the cake all day long but o don't in knowing that it has a very high fat and sugar content so i eat it in moderation. This wonderful tasting cake has been around for years and is very popular within households all across the UK, so what makes it so special? Maybe it's the unique taste, the softness, or the rich taste of syrup? I'm not sure but i do know that it's a favorite in our house. Ok so i've got comfy and have just cut a slice of the cake and made a nice cup of tea and i'm going to tell you all about it..... It is packaged in a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/03/10, updated on 26/03/10 (Very useful, 72 readings)
I am a serious cake fan and would much rather have a slice of cake than any chocolate bar, I can think of. I mainly eat Mr Kipling cakes but sometimes I fancy a change and I must say that McVities do make some exceedingly good cakes too! A few weeks ago, I was looking for a cake that could be eaten on it's own, but would also be good as a pudding. I remembered how tasty McVitie's Golden Syrup Cake was and decided to add one to my online shopping basket. McVitie's Golden Syrup cake comes in a very distinctive wrapper, in a classic dark green and gold colour. This is easily opened to reveal an attractive golden sponge cake, which is noticeably sticky. ... Read the complete review
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