Mr Kipling Cherry Bakewells Reviews
Product Type: Mr Kipling Snacks
Description:Brand: Mr Kipling / Type: Cakes
Newest Review: ... you want from a tasty pie, and has lots of reds in the colour, which both catches your eye due to the bold colour, and levels ... more
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Mr Kipling Cherry Bakewells 6 Pack 150g
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Last Update 18.12.2013 13:27
by - written on 16/04/08 (Useful, 63 readings)
These along with French Fancies always bring back memories of tea at my Grans house on a Sunday evening before the dreaded return to school as often there was a plate of these for us to share. Mr Kipling has been producing cakes for a very long time and these are one of those cakes which have not really changed. Each box has six individual cakes in it and each one is in a little foil cake holder. On the outside is a crumbly pastry and the top is made up of icing sugar. Inside there is a layer of almond sponge with plum and rasberry jam as a filling. The whole cake then has half a glazed cherry on the top. This is a rather sweet cake due ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/08/10 (Very useful, 151 readings)
I'm a big fan of cherries, and can guarantee I would like anything with cherries in them, on them, or as a flavour!!! Cherry Bakewells are one of the classic ready made pie treats that Mr Kipling offers, and is one of his most popular products. Bakewell tarts (or bakewell puddings as they were known) are supposed to have originated from the town of Bakewell in England, and were invented in the Rutland Arms Inn in the year 1820. It was created as a bit of an accident after someone attempted to make a jam tart which went a bit wrong, but the resulting cake became popular and has stuck around since then. The bakewell tart we see today usually comes ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/06/10, updated on 01/05/11 (Very useful, 81 readings)
As I was feeling in the need for something sweet yesterday afternoon, I asked hubby if he'd nip to our local shop to buy some cakes and he arrived home with a box of Mr Kipling Cherry Bakewells. The box looks extremely appetising, but my box differs slightly from the picture shown as it's a deep red in colour with the Mr Kipling logo situated in the upper left hand corner. There are images of two rather large Cherry Bakewells; one of which has had a dainty bite taken from it. The word "Cherry" sweeps across the centre of the box in large italics. We are informed the Bakewells are free from artificial colours and flavour and contain plum and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/05/10 (Very useful, 92 readings)
Since becoming pregnant it is made very clear to me by midwives and literature that too much sugar is bad for you which I already knew and fortunately I prefer savoury items to sweet but sometimes it's always nice to have something sweet especially with a nice cup of tea (decaffeinated of course!). Yesterday we went shopping and on offer were a very large selection of Mr Kipling goodies! I gave in and bought the cherry bakewells as for £1 I just couldn't resist. *** Cherry Bakewells *** A Bakewell tart (also known as a Bakewell Pudding which is slightly different) is a pastry tart with a layer of jam and an egg and almond filling. It originates from ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/05/10 (Very useful, 23 readings)
So a bakewell, what exactly is it? Well it's a light pastry crust that keeps together some jam and almond sponge, this is then topped off with icing and a cherry on top. It is a very traditional English dessert which has been made for years. Be them in small cake forms like these or large strudel type desserts. These Bakewells come in the normal style Mr Kipling box. Its bright red and has the Mr Kipling logo in big bold letters in prime view. It also has images of the cakes on the box too, so if don't notice the bold names you will see the cake begging for you to buy them. So what do they actually taste like? Well the pastry is very ... Read the complete review
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