Mr Kipling Caramel Oatibakes Reviews
Product Type: Mr Kipling Snacks
Newest Review: ... only weighs about 43g and yet it contains a massive 9 grams of fat, and 12g of sugar! About the only semi healthy thing ... more
by - written on 04/05/10 (Very useful, 54 readings)
In Iceland yesterday buying a few bits, I spotted these Mr Kipling Caramel Oatibakes at the side of the checkout and picked them up to have a look. When I realised that they didn't have chocolate in or on, and were caramel flavour, and, as I like oats, (not in porridge, but in cookies and things), I popped a pack in the basket as for £1 they looked quite nice. The packaging for these is a little over the top. First you have a cardboard box, then inside that is a plastic tray. Inside that, each oatibake is individually wrapped in it's own plastic wrapper. I guess they're done this way so that they can be put in lunchboxes easily, but I don't really ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/04/10 (Very useful, 61 readings)
I am always on the look out for something new to snack on, so when I saw these new Mr Kipling Caramel Oatibakes, I had to give them a go. This new variety has the choice of three flavours: blackcurrant, strawberry and caramel, as I love caramel, I opted for these ones first. Mr Kipling Caramel Oatibakes come in cardboard packaging. The colouring of the packaging suits the flavour and comes in shades of warm creamy brown and soft orange, with a close-up shot of an oatibake and the main ingredients used. Inside, each cake is individually wrapped in clear plastic, which keeps them fresh and prevents them from drying out. I was actually quite excited ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/04/10 (Very useful, 163 readings)
Having tried and enjoyed the Blackcurrant Oatibakes I decided to see what the caramel ones were like. Packaging: The slices comes are packed in a plastic tray which, in turn is packed in an outer paper carton. The carton is recyclable & is predominantly orangey-brown in colour. The "Mr. Kipling" logo is on the front, along with the name & a picture of an oatibake, some oats and some chunks of caramel. The back of the carton lists the ingredients, allergy advice, nutritional information & the Mr. Kipling's quality guarantee. There are also pictures of Mr. Kipling's Blackcurrant Oatibakes and Strawberry Oatibakes. ... Read the complete review
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