Mr Kipling Individuals Chocolate Chip Cake Bars Reviews
Product Type: Mr Kipling Snacks
Description:Brand: Mr Kipling / Type: Cake
Newest Review: ... though. The opinion of my children is similar: nice if a bit ordinary and very small. They ask me to get something different ... more
by - written on 29/03/10 (Very useful, 22 readings)
We had a pack of these lying about in the cupboard. The wife wasn't so keen on them, that's probably why there was some left! I like Cakes anyway so took a couple with me when I went to work. You get 5 Cake bars in the pack and I think they cost £1 when we got them. I think the right price is around £1.30. They were individually wrapped, which makes them easy to take out with you. They had an outer wrapper as well which obviously kept them all together, The pack looked alright and the Mr Kipling brand was large and easy enough to see. The Cakes are a sort of rectangular shape and a not bad size and thickness. The are a Plain Sponge Cake ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/03/10 (Very useful, 41 readings)
I have been a Mr Kipling fan for years and have tried nearly every cake they have produced. The chocolate chip bars are one of many I have bought time and time again. Mr Kipling Chocolate Chip bars come in a pack of five. They are individually wrapped, which keeps them lovely and fresh. The first thing you notice when you open them, is the delicate, sweet smell of the sponge and the more noticeable smell of milk chocolate. The sponge is a lovely golden colour and very well risen. When you bite into it, the sponge is light, moist and sweet. It is also packed full of chocolate chips, which quickly melt in the mouth and taste creamy and very moreish. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/09/09, updated on 08/05/10 (Very useful, 78 readings)
I purchased these a while back and have only just got around to reviewing them.... Packaging: The cakes bars come in a tray which the packaging tells us in recyclable. The tray is indeed a film covering which is not recyclable.The front of the packaging is predominantly a pinky-purple colour with the usual Mr. Kipling logo, the product name and a picture of 2 cake bars. We're also told the RDA's for each cake bar. The back of the packaging has the usual ingredients, nutritional information, quality guarantee and the website address:- www.mrkipling.co.uk and the product is described as:- "Moist golden sponge, baked with real ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/09/09 (Very useful, 53 readings)
I picked up a pack of these last week as my willpower was too weak to overcome the tempting photo on the wrapper. These Choc Chip Cake Bars are produced by Mr Kipling, a company who have become extremely popular since their product first made in onto shelves back in 1967. Known for their 'exceedingly good' bakery products, Mr Kipling are a company I trust to use quality ingredients and make tasty treats. Unlike in the photo for this product, the packaging seems to have changed to a pinky/purple design, and although they're not the most popular cakes in the range, they're available in most supermarkets. These are sold in a pack of 5, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/08/09 (Very useful, 37 readings)
Because we eat healthily in our house I am allowed some nice snacks when we got shopping, and on one of our trips we came back with a 5 pack of 'Mr Kipling's Exceedingly Good Choc Chips Bars' to try as they were on offer for £1... They came in a colourful plastic outer packing that held 5 individually wrapped bars which is a great idea to keep them fresh for longer and for lunchboxes and outings, etc :) Baked by Manor bakeries, these soft little snacks are like tiny loaves with golden sponge and a smattering of choc chips in them. The maker's describes them as having 24% choc chips on them and moist golden sponge which are 'great on the ... Read the complete review
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