McVities Mini Hob Nobs Reviews
Product Type: McVities Snacks
Newest Review: ... in a pack of 5 and costs around £1.30. It's not something we buy often in our household, but if they can be found on a ... more
by - written on 09/06/10 (Very useful, 24 readings)
Little food like this is always so much more expensive then the full sized things. It is probably more down to convenience rather than anything else, and they can be handy to put in a lunchbox, bag etc to eat when on the move. This comes in a pack of 5 and costs around £1.30. It's not something we buy often in our household, but if they can be found on a special offer then we are more inclined to buy them more. We got 2 for £2 a while back and it is an offer that can be on in Tesco quite often. These are in individual little bags and all together in a bigger bag. The bags look tiny and I wondered if ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/05/10 (Very useful, 82 readings)
I have started to buy the mini range of biscuits, available in supermarkets on a regular basis now. I find that bars of chocolate are just so expensive, many working out at between 30p and 40p per bar, so these mini packs are much more economical. You still manage to get your sweet treat, but you manage to save a bit of money at the same time. My most recent buy were McVities Mini Chocolate Hob Nobs, in a multipack of 6 bags. The outer bag is made of strong plastic, which is coloured in two shades of blue. The lettering stands out well in white and there are close-up pictures of mini chocolate hob nobs, dotted over the front of the packaging. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/04/10 (Very useful, 166 readings)
I have professed my love for Chocolate Hobnobs in the past when I have mentioned them in other biscuit reviews; the only down-side for them for me is the high calorie and sugar content so they are not a treat I buy in on a regular basis. Whilst browsing in Morrison's the other day and looking at the offers (as I tend to always do) I noticed that a bag of 6 individual packets of mini chocolate Hobnobs were on 'better than half price' offer at just 67p. Chocolate Hobnobs + cheap price = them appearing as if by magic into my trolley, so for a thorough dooyoo review I had to sample a pack of the delicious biscuits and now that I have here it is: Each individual ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/02/09, updated on 12/02/09 (Very useful, 81 readings)
Now bear in mind that I can usually resist temptation in supermarkets, it's when food is literally in front of me ready to eat that I have problems resisting! So mini packs of hob nobs are not something I would normally buy - unless they are straight in front of me on special offer when I first go into the supermarket!! I was rushing quickly because of meeting my friends and only having a short lunch break, so I practically ran around Tesco Metro. I got 6 mini packs of chocolate hob nobs on special offer - they were still quite expensive though (I think between £1-2). Snacky things for lunch are always good, and yes this aren't so healthy but they ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/08/08 (Very useful, 107 readings)
I wouldn't be a big biccy eater I prefer savoury to sweet but hobnobs and chocolate digestives are my preferred choice when I do occasionally indulge. In Tesco this week there was an offer, think it was bogof for the on the go pack so I treated myself to one of each. The hobnob pack consisted of 6 mini bags weighing 25g each, they are in a bright orange bag with navy edging and a large McVities Mini Hobnobs title on the front similar to the larger packet. Also flashed across the front are what McVities consider to be the biggest selling points of the biccys. 60% oat and wholemeal goodness - I presume that makes them healthier than other ... Read the complete review
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