Mr Kipling Victoria Slices Reviews
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Mr Kipling Victoria Slices 6 Pack 150g
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Last Update 24.05.2013 03:53
by - written on 14/03/10 (Very useful, 58 readings)
Over the last year or so, I have became Mr Kipling's number one fan. I have worked my way through every different cake slice and tart they manufacture and have loved most. Unfortunately, Mr Kipling Victoria Slices were not one of those I loved. It's not that there is anything in particular wrong with them, but they are just so boring! Mr Kipling Victoria Slices come in a cardboard package and inside sit three individually wrapped packs, each holding two cakes. I wish all cake manufacturers would do this, as it is such a great idea and keeps the cakes nice and fresh until you wish to eat them. I really dislike opening a box of cakes and having to rush ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/04/10, updated on 02/10/11 (Very useful, 137 readings)
I would say I prefer savoury to sweet generally but there are times when I just have to have a cake. That's usually just after four o'clock when my daughter arrives home from sixth form and we have a cup of tea together. If the cakes haven't all been eaten, then we have one to go with the tea. I do resent the prices charged for these packet cakes and have decided that I won't pay more than one pound for a pack of six cakes. Because of this I often purchase cakes form Iceland supermarket as they usually have a good selection at a reasonable price. Their choice is more limited than, for example, Sainsbury or Tesco, as they are usually much smaller ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/08/09 (Very useful, 23 readings)
These are brilliant, another classic from Mr Kipling. They have a great taste, texture and are super moist. Everyone will love them. They are high quality but this comes at a cost, more expensive than alternative brands, the must be great to justify it. They are. The packaging is very easy to notice on the super market shelf, as it is very bright. The big image makes them look very delicious and your mouth will start to water as you look at it. The text is big, making it clear and easy to read. The packet is easy to open, and they are always fresh. It's also very good that they are individually wrapped, so you can savour them! However, the packaging ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/08/09 (Very useful, 32 readings)
Continuing on the quest to try all the Mr Kipling range I came across these. I forgot you got these, as I don't think they are stocked as well as the others in the range but they are really yummy. I found these in my local Co-op, and paid £1.52 for them. A bit dearer than Asda/Tesco price, but I couldn't see them in there anyway. You get 6 in the box and they are packaged in 2's. The packaging is alright. The individual slices are in little plastic trays and they have cellophane over them, so easy enough to pop in your bag and eat on the move. The box is mostly a red colour and has a couple of pictures of the Slices on the fron. You can see the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/11/09 (Very useful, 15 readings)
The Victoria sponge has been a famous cake for years and Mr Kipling have taken the cake and made neat slices for us to enjoy. First off the packaging is red with the Mr Kipling logo clearly visible along with the cakes name. Very eye catching. Now open the box and you will notice 3 small plastic trays individually wrapped. Each tray holds two slices of Victoria sponge. This is a great idea to prevent the cakes or cake from going stale. The Victoria sponge fingers/slices are lovely light vanilla sponge cakes with a really tasty raspberry jam. Both the sponge and jam smell great as you will notice upon opening the packet. But also taste great too. If ... Read the complete review
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