Mr Kipling Battenberg Cake Reviews
Product Type: Mr Kipling Snacks
Newest Review: ... of a piece of the battenberg cake clearly shown. The cake is made with free range eggs I truly am delighted they use free ... more
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Mr Kipling Family Battenberg Cake 225g
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Last Update 25.05.2013 02:49
by - written on 20/11/11, updated on 09/12/11 (Useful, 31 readings)
I am not usually a fan of cakes and such like but this weekend I visited my Mum and Dad in Devon, they bought this cake as a treat for us all! The packaging~ Comes in rectangular cardboard in a pink background, with a picture of a piece of the battenberg cake clearly shown. The cake is made with free range eggs I truly am delighted they use free range as I always buy free range eggs myself as I think battery hens should be banned as the poor little dears suffer greatly! The cake~ The top layer is covered in sugary marzipan, whilst the bottom layer has pink and yellow sponge with almond paste holding it together. This cake ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/07/10 (Very useful, 68 readings)
One of my favourite cakes has always been Battenburg. This is a cake that tends to divide people as I know many find it far too sweet and sickly. This is the Mr Kipling version. There is also a Lyons version which I suspect came first. Battenberg is quite a well known cake which apparently is named in honour of St Louis of Battenberg's marriage. It cal also be spelt Battenburg. This comes in a cardboard sleeve, which is pink coloured with the familiar Mr Kipling logo on. The nutritional values state a sixth of the cake holds 161 calories. If you cut a piece of cake, you will see four different squares of sponge, two yellow and two pink ... Read the complete review
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