Mikado White Chocolate Biscuit Reviews
Product Type: Kraft Snacks
Description:Brand: Kraft / Type: Biscuit
Newest Review: ... there such as Milk chocolate and Daim (which I think is caramel), But of course I had to choose the white chocolate ones due ... more
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Mikado White Chocolate 70G
Suitable for vegetarians Biscuits coated with white chocolate. Mi ...
Last Update 10.12.2013 07:13
by - written on 04/06/10 (Very useful, 75 readings)
Mikado aka Pick Up Sticks are made by Kraft foods. They are basically biscuit sticks which have been covered in chocolate. They are available in Milk or White chocolate. *Packaging* The biscuit sticks are housed in a foil bag. They are the put in a tall cardboard box similar to an oversized cigarette packet. There is a perfortrated opening lid. The white chocolate variety box is a creamy colour. The front has the Mikado name in big letters, some nutritional information and some images of the biscuits and chocolate pieces. The back of the box gives you the nutrition and contact details for Kraft. The ingredients can be found on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/04/10 (Very useful, 169 readings)
I prefer white chocolate to milk chocolate and although I didnt particularly like the milk chocolate version of these biscuits when I tried them I thought the white chocolate ones would be worth a try! I spotted these in Tescos and as these are new out, there are quite a few deals floating about so you can usually find them for a lower price than the RRP. Currently, a 70g box costs 80p in Tesco. They can be found in the biscuit aisle and the picture above shows what they look like. Opening the box, you are greeted by a foil packet. The biscuits are inside this and are a long shape as shown on the box. The biscuits have the non covered end at ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/05/10 (Very useful, 71 readings)
Mikado White. These are basically a long thin stick, made of what I can only describe as "Pretzl", that are dipped most of the length in white chocolate but with one end left bare to avoid sticky fingers. They taste absolutely amazing and they're great to have a little munch on if you just fancy a little bit of chocolate. The packaging is basically a cream coloured cardboard flip-top box, and the Mikado are inside a foil packet to keep them fresh. On the front of the box is the Mikado logo and a picture of 3 white Mikado. Underneath that is the nutrition imformation that states that each Mikado stick contains; Calories ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/10/13 (Very useful, 14 readings)
Still being on a diet and everything me and my boyfriend do love chocolate from time to time but sometimes feel like we can't eat it due to some chocolates being high calories, So I came across these in Tesco while looking for a biscuit type chocolate that wouldn't be loaded in calories these seemed perfect for us, considering my all time favorite is white chocolate! I did think they was priced good as this 70g box is £1.39, I noticed some other couple of flavors there such as Milk chocolate and Daim (which I think is caramel), But of course I had to choose the white chocolate ones due to it being my favorite choice, I was quite pleased about the nutritional ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/07/10 (Useful, 30 readings)
I buy these biscuits from the pound store. At present, they can be bought at the price of 4 packets for a pound! Although they are relatively low in calories per stick, they are very more-ish and therefore it is quite likely that you will eat the whole pack. Therefore, if you are on a diet, probably best to eat a kitkat or something that totals less calories!! Also, many of the packets of white sticks that I have bought, I have opened them only to find that they are indeed milk chocolate sticks. There has obviously been a mix-up with the production and therefore I would say this is something to watch out for as if you dont like milk chocolate, it could be a ... Read the complete review
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