Mr Kipling Country Slices Reviews
Product Type: Mr Kipling Snacks
Newest Review: ... the box is purple instead of green, and it looks much more upmarket and posh with the Mr Kipling logo printed in large fancy ... more
by - written on 24/08/12 (Very useful, 51 readings)
Don't you just love to stand down the bakery isle in your local supermarket staring at the huge selection of the famous Mr Kipling's cakes? Trying to decide which one (or two) you fancy adding to your trolley for an afternoon treat this time. Drooling at the fabulous slices, biscuits, tarts, sponges and pies! There's just so much to choose from! This week I went for the country slices, I had never tried them before but thought they sounded delicious and Mr Kipling has never let me down before! ~ About Mr Kipling ~ Mr Kipling has held the no.1 cake brand title since 1976. Mr Kipling gets his cake ideas from the world around him, experimenting with new ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/03/10 (Very useful, 138 readings)
Who doesn't like a little slice of cake with a cup of tea? Well based on this I brought myself a pack of Mr Kipling County Slices to try. As a big fan of Mr Kiplings Manor House Cake I thought that I could not go wrong with these, as they looked similar on the front of the box. Well I could not have been further off the mark. Mr Kipling states these are 'moist golden sponge slices with a hint of spice and bursting with plump sultanas and juicy currents. Topped with a generous sprinkling of sugar'. I found that these slices were really dry and didn't hold any moisture at all. they also lacked flavour and really taste bland. The top of the slice ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/12/09, updated on 01/06/10 (Very useful, 65 readings)
I didn't think I'd tried these before so when I saw them on offer I decided that the time had come to change that.... Packaging: The slices comes are packed in plastic trays which, in turn are packed in an outer paper carton. The carton is recyclable and is a mixture of red and green colours. The "Mr. Kipling" logo is on the front, along with the name and a picture of a pair of the Country Slices. The back of the carton lists the ingredients, allergy advice, nutritional information and the Mr. Kipling's quality guarantee. There are also pictures of Mr. Kipling's Bakewell Slices and Mr. Kipling's Bramley Apple Pies. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/11/09 (Very useful, 21 readings)
If you wanted you could try and kid yourself that these are healthy after all they are packed with fruit in the form of sultanas and raisens however at 123 calories per small slice it is very easy to gobble down two of these with a cup of tea and then you are indulging in some serious calorie intake. The other problem is that actually in the tastedepartment they are a bit bland tasting and certainl are nothing special, for a calorie laden treat there are a lot better options out there if you want to indulge your sweet tooth. The top of these cakes are laden with sugar and then you have a slightly moist sponge with sultanas and raisensinside of it, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/10/09 (Very useful, 131 readings)
You know what it's like - you go to the shop just for one or two items and end up coming out laden down with shopping. I have been guilty of this for far too long and am spending way too much money so when I popped into Iceland recently for some milk I did very well of only buying what I'd gone in for. Well almost. Nearly. As I stood at the till waiting to pay, my eyes wandered to the strategically placed items perched right next to me and spotted these Mr Kipling Country Slices.. Having been far too weak willed I succumbed and bought a pack after all they were only £1.. Damn you Mr Kipling! The Product~ I am not a huge lover ... Read the complete review
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