Mr Kipling Mince Pies Reviews
Product Type: Mr Kipling Snacks
Description:Brand: Mr Kipling / Type: Cakes
Newest Review: ... around the corner, so many supermarkets have different offers on Mr Kipling Deep Filled Mince Pies e.g. Tescos and ... more
by - written on 18/11/12 (Very useful, 60 readings)
While my husband was at the supermarket earlier I suddenly had the brainwave - what about mince pies!! I eagerly phoned him and mentioned it, and he came back with a couple of packets of these as they been on 2 for 1 in our usual supermarket, Tescos. As all the Christmas lights are out and seeing the Christmas adverts on TV, it had really put me in the mood for a mince pie which I must admit is my favourite snack of the festive season. SO! What about this brand of mince pies? As we all probably know, Mr Kiplings is what I would say is the market leader of baked goods, especially pies which you find in the supermarket so they could be expected to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/01/10 (Very useful, 86 readings)
Well its now nearly the second week of January and unfortunately my cupboards are still full of Christmas goodies so much for the NewYears Resolution of sticking to a strict diet and foregoing any more junk food!! Unfortunately the more I eat the more I seem to want to eat at the moment and as I don't like unnecessary waste I will have to just plough my way through the items and remember to not buy as much next year. Oh what a chore (laughs xx). I am rather partial to mince pies and this year has been no exception I have tried several varieties over the last six weeks or so however with the exception of my mums homemade pies my favourites are Mr Kiplings Deep Fill Mince Read the complete review
by - written on 09/12/09, updated on 05/06/10 (Very useful, 488 readings)
Ah, mince pies. When I was little Grandma used to make her own Christmas pastry. Mince pies, jam tarts, lemon curd, ground rice, bakewell tart, apple pie, bramble pie......there was enough pastry in our house at Christmas to feed an army. Now, aged 97 and with poor eyesight Grandma can't bake anymore so, as my pastry making skills are not the best, I tend to buy stuff from the shops instead and, as Morrisons had these mince pies on offer I decided to see what they were like. Packaging: The mince pies come in a plastic tray which, like the Chocolate Whirls, aren't protected by a film covering. The carton is recyclable & is predominantly a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/12/09 (Very useful, 120 readings)
I am something of a mince pie fan, so when I saw Mr Kipling deep filled mince pies on offer at our local shop, I decided to treat myself. I paid £1.09 for a box of six and went home feeling very pleased with myself. Once home I made myself a cuppa and settled down to each some (I say 'eat some' because I had no intention of just eating one, or two). The pies are kind of pale in colour with Christmas Tree shaped pastry cut out on top and no sugar, or icing sugar dusted over and each one is in an individual foil dish. Half way through the third one I examined the contents of the pie a bit more closely. Yes, the pies are deep but the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/12/09 (Very useful, 85 readings)
Huzzah! the 1st of December has come and my self appointed rule of begin to think about Christmas has arrived. Well on certain things anyway - it is still way too early to contemplate Christmas shopping, the tree is definitely a mid December project. Ok I will grant the kids their advent calendars from the 1st, but the important thing is that I can walk around Sainsbury's and not feel grumpy and annoyed about the presence of all things festive SINCE THE END OF AUGUST! (yes that is a intentional, frustrated, shouting, caps lock rant there). I can be as festive as the next guy... well maybe not him but the next but one guy, but I refuse to even discuss the dread 'C' word .. Read the complete review
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