Mr Kipling Viennese Whirls Reviews
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Mr Kipling Viennese Whirls 6 Pack 150g
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Last Update 23.05.2013 07:50
by - written on 26/02/08 (Very useful, 141 readings)
At the moment I have been keeping away from snacks and cakes and trying to just stick to healthy eating. However, when I passed the cake aisle I couldn't help but scan the Mr Kipling boxes and before I knew it I realised I hadn't actually had anything sweet in a while. I have always loved Mr Kipling cakes and so it was going to be a treat to myself to get some Viennese Whirls. I do love a lot of the range but I have just always been a fan of the Viennese Whirls more so than anything and they didn't actually seem too pricey either. I would much rather eat something like these than eat a whole bar of Cadbury's chocolate as that would make me feel ill. In 1965 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/04/08 (Very useful, 62 readings)
We had never tried mr kiplings viennese whirls before but when i saw them on buy one get one free at morrisons i couldnt resist trying them. They concist of two shortcake biscuit type pieces with a strawberry jam and cream layer in the middle. I am not normally a fan of short cake as i usually find it to be very dry and not very sweet, this was different, the short cake is nicely moist but not too wet, just enough to allow the short cake to crumble nicely in your mouth but not dry your mouth out completley. Although the shortcake on these is not too sweet the jam and cream in the middle is very sweet, almost sickly sweet which compensates ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/07/11 (Very useful, 38 readings)
by - written on 03/10/10 (Very useful, 56 readings)
I was very happy when I spotted these in the cupboard on Friday evening. I remember Viennese Whirls from when I was a child, they were always a treat and we always enjoyed them. We hadnt had them for quite a while so I was very happy when I spotted them! Viennese Whirls are available in most shops. They come in boxes of 6 and they are currently on offer for £1.20 in Tesco. The Whirls can be found in the cake section of the supermarket. The box has changed ever so slightly since dooyoo got their picture. Whirls is now written in large lettering across the middle of the box but there is still a good picture of the product and the box is the same ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/03/10 (Very useful, 66 readings)
I have been a big fan of Mr Kiplings since I was very young and agree that he makes 'extremely nice cakes'. I have tried many of the different types. One that caught my eye recently was the Viennese Whirls. One thing I have noticed recently is how the boxes have got so much smaller. The design of the box seems very much the same, it is just the size! Is it just me, or have the boxes (and cakes) shrunk?? Upon opening the box you find 6 very small cakes. The cakes consist of a circular shortcake filled with buttercream and rasberry jam. The shortcake is absolutely delicious and melts very easily in the mouth. The filling compliments the shortcake extremely ... Read the complete review
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