Mcvitie's Hobnob Creams Reviews
Product Type: McVities Snacks
Description:Brand: McVities / Type: Biscuit
Newest Review: ... Rich Tea and Hobnob Creams, so one of these was going to be my choice for this evenings cuppa. Hobnob Creams The bright ... more
by - written on 11/10/10 (Very useful, 140 readings)
Intro At around 8.30 of an evening, my tummy gets to rumbling, well my head gets to rumbling and thinking of a cuppa and a nice biscuit. The type of biscuit all depends on my mood and what we purchased at the week-end shop. Generally there will be two packets of chocolate and two packets of plainish biscuit to choose from. This week shop had us get Kit Kat 2 fingers, Penguins, Rich Tea and Hobnob Creams, so one of these was going to be my choice for this evenings cuppa. Hobnob Creams The bright orange and blue wrapper pretty much gave away the fact there were hobnobs of some description inside the packaging. The long packet ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/09/09 (Very useful, 225 readings)
Now after the trauma's of the weekend I decided to forget about the diet and healthy eating, so straight into my trolley went two packets of these Hobnob Creams, they come in two flavours chocolate cream or vanilla cream filling with a mini Hobnob either side to sandwich them together! Well when I say mini they are not exactly mini just smaller tham your average Hobnob ( but that is forgiven as you are getting two at once!). Now the vanilla got opened first, if I had opened them it would have been the chocolate ones, but while these are the ones opened I will try these. Shouldn't have long to wait for the others to be opened anyway with my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/09/09 (Very useful, 13 readings)
These are some great biscuits. They have the whole package. McVitie's combines a fantastic flavour, superb texture with the high quality that we have come to expect from them. However, the biscuits are quite expensive, and offer bad value for money with less in a packet than alternative brands can offer. On the other hand, they are so good, I think it is worth it. The packaging is very simple and easy to notice on the shelf. The text is clear, but quite small making it sometimes hard to read. You can open the packet easily, with the biscuits always fresh. They will also stay fresh for a couple of days if you wrap them in the wrapper correctly, which is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/07/09 (Very useful, 158 readings)
Whilst shopping in Sainsbury's last week, I was attracted to the end of aisle offer featuring McVitie's HobNob Creams. I am not usually a big fan of HobNobs because I usually find them a little dry with a texture not dissimilar to congealed sawdust, but given that these biscuits appeared different and they were half price, I thought I would give them a try. HobNob Creams come attractively packaged in a bright yellow and navy blue wrapper which is easy to open using the tear around strip. The wrapper features a picture of a HobNob Cream biscuit and is packed with nutritional information. McVitie's boast HobNob Creams contain no artificial flavours or colours, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/09/08 (Very useful, 124 readings)
.....These are really, really good. I picked a pack up last night in Sainsbury's as they were on an end shelf on offer for half price. So for the sake of a review and a bargain I bought them. Unfortunately I have ate the whole packet myself - whoops! Hobnob Creams are manufactured by Mcvities. I'm sure we all know the Hobnob brand, well this is 2 Hobnob discs sandwiched together with Vanilla Cream. There is 15 in the packet and it weight 200g. I've always liked the taste of Hobnobs, especially the Chocolate ones. I find that the Hobnob biscuits have a kind of Salty taste to them, but in a good way and this works well when it has something sweet to ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to Mcvitie's Hobnob Creams
Crawfords Garibaldi Biscuits - A good old fashioned biscuit The currants stick in dentures!
McVities Victoria Luxury Biscuits - Wide variety of quality biscuits for the chocolate lover. No nutritional information other than ingredients and allergy awareness.
McVities Hob Nobs Milk Chocolate - Great tasting. English treasure. Don't eat too many in-between meals.
Crawfords Custard Creams - Good taste More expensive than supermarkets
McVities Choc Chip Cookies (Hazelnut) - Rich. crumbly. Crispy. Inexpensive. Home-baked taste. 1.4 g saturated fat (not too bad)
|More products in Snacks|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|Sainsbury's 'So Organic' Croissants|
High calorie content if you eat more than one!
|Elisabeth the Chief Manchester United Celebration Cake|
The Kids Liked it
Cost, Incredibly Unhealtthy (Full of Sugar, Fat and, E Numbers)
|Green's Tom and Jerry Strawberry Flavour Cake Kit|
Simply, mess free baking!
|Aldi Champion Potato Waffles|
Reasonably priced, lower fat and calories than Birds Eye ones, cheaper.
A little more greasy and processed.
|Asda Smartprice Teacakes|
Too sweet and tasteless
|Asda Bakers Gold White Sliced Bread|
Excellent value for money, rich fresh taste
Crusts can be a little dry
|Walkers Sensations Oriental Crackers|
|Phileas Fogg Sea Salt & Indonesian Black Peppercorn Flavour Crisps|
good value for money when on offer and pleasant black peppercorn hint.
a little salty for me.
|Forest Feast Sumptuous Strawberries|
|Forest Feast Mouth-Watering Mango|