Mr Kipling Frosty Fancies Reviews
Product Type: Mr Kipling Snacks
Description:Brand: Mr Kipling / Type: Cakes
Newest Review: ... take them or leave them) but if you love icing and French Fancies, you probably might like Mr Kipling Frosty Fancies! Each ... more
by - written on 04/12/12 (Very useful, 79 readings)
I am extremely fussy in regards to what goes in my mouth but, as many of us do, I have an annoyingly enormous sweet tooth. Soo when I came to the isle containing this little sugary newbie, I found it difficult to pass untouched. The pretty baby blue box drew me in as I have always been drawn to pastel coloured packaged food.. unsure as to why to be quite honest! The sign 'Frosty Fancies - £1' made the buy even more irresistible, so, I gave into temptation and placed a box inside my basket; alongside some gingerbread men and orange - flavoured star shaped shortbread! 'What am I doing to myself!' I kept thinking over and over in my head as I dragged my feet to the till. I . Read the complete review
by - written on 18/11/09 (Very useful, 257 readings)
When we spotted these Frosty Fancies in Tesco last month we had to have some as it meant it was nearly Christmas time! I quite like French Fancies but only the pink ones so one advantage of these was that they are just white in colour. I thought this might mean they were subtly flavoured and would probably taste of vanilla. We picked these up for the bargain price of £1. They are still this price in Tesco until 1st December. The Fancies come in a box of 8 which I thought was a great price. The box is mainly navy blue in colour with stars on to give it the Christmas touch. There is also a good sized picture of the product which represents it well. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/12/13 (Very useful, 65 readings)
I have a very sweet tooth but strangely I'm quite fussy over cakes. I'm not keen on most icing and I'm quite picky over what sort of sponge I like! My daughter is a fan of Mr Kipling Frosty Fancies so I've 'indulged' in a few of them lately. Frosty Fancies are very similar to French Fancies but are Christmas themed and only available over the festive season. The cakes come in a recyclable cardboard box, which is nicely decorated and looks very festive. Each box contains 8 cakes. The cakes aren't individually wrapped but do come in cake cases. Each Frosty Fancy is about 1.5 inches tall and wide. The cakes are rather petite and 'pretty'. They are almost square ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/12/11 (Very useful, 76 readings)
Mr Kipling is a brand offering delicious cakes and sweet treats. French Fancies are small sponge cakes and are normally pink, brown and yellow. Mr Kipling release limited edition French Fancies for Halloween and Christmas. *~*Frosty Fancies*~* As you may have guessed, Frosty Fancies are a Christmas treat from Mr Kipling - a festive version of the normal French Fancies. "Exceedingly Merry Frosty Fancies - Golden sponge fancies with a delicious vanilla topping all hidden beneath temptingly soft icing". There are four bite sized cakes per box and each is presented in a thin, paper wrapper. Each cake is sponge with a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/12/09 (Very useful, 122 readings)
For me, one of the best things about Christmas is all the festive products you can get for your home and the festive food stuffs. So, I was delighted to see a favourite of mine, French Fancies had been given a Festive sprucing up and Mr Kipling had brought out these gorgeous and pretty looking "Frosty Fancies". My first impression is that these look like square snowballs. In your pack you get the usual eight cakes, but half of them are all white and half of them have thin strips of chocolate drizzled over the top (see the photo). All the cakes taste the same- they are all vanilla flavoured and contain the usual nodule of cream in the top. ... Read the complete review
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