Paynes Choc Chip Cookie Poppets Reviews
Product Type: Fox's Snacks
Newest Review: ... sweet, crisp cookie biscuit with chocolate chips, was a bland and dry tasting crunchy matter which could just about scrape at ... more
by - written on 30/10/09 (Very useful, 33 readings)
As I am a fan of Poppets (the orange ones from the original mixed boxes being my favourite) my mum found the choc chip cookie version in a shop on offer so bought the 3 for £1. Packaging This flavour is in a nice, bright blue coloured box. On the front we get a fun looking 'Poppets' written and some little pictures of the product. On the back is the traditional ingredients, nutritional information and the contact details of the company if dissatisfied with the product. The best before date is imprinted on the side of the box and hard to see but I cna just make out that I have 9 months before the expiry date. My real annoyance with the packaging is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/09/09 (Very useful, 120 readings)
I've never really eaten Poppets, though probably because I always saw them as a sweet rather than as a chocolate. We spotted these new ones at a special chocolate shop near the Monkey Forest, and deciding they looked like a cheap version of the Hotel Chocolat munchkins we'd just picnicked on, decided to buy up all they had left (NB there were only two packets, and two of us, but it just sounds better that way). These Poppets are, allegedly, chocolate chip cookie covered in milk chocolate. They are small, round balls, though the ones in my packets were all different shapes, and somewhere between the roundness of a Malteaser and the flatness of a Minstrel. They ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/09/09 (Very useful, 53 readings)
I bought my granddaughters' a packet of these new Poppets last week as they were of special offer if you also bought the Mint flavour, which they love. These new Cookie Poppets come in a blue box which makes them easily distinguishable from the other flavours in the range. This time around Paynes have filled the Poppets with a Choc Chip Cookie mixture and eventually I decided to try a box of my own as I love the new Galaxy Cookie bar and thought this might be similar. The little round chocolates are nice enough, but I think I shall stick with my usual mint ones as these are a little bland in flavour in my opinion and lack the 'fun' of eating a box ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/01/10 (Very useful, 22 readings)
They was selling 4 boxes of these for £1.00 in the pound shop so I got some because I haven't seen Choc Chop Cookie Poppets before. They're ok but there's not much flavour in them and I still prefer the mint ones for their strong taste and they also feel like more of a treat. These are milk chocolate covering a centre that is made of crunchy chocolate chip cookie, biting one in half I can see there aren't that many chocolate chips and the ones that are in there you can't taste much because the milk chocolate round the Poppets is a lot stronger tasting. These Poppets have got a very bland taste and the cookie hasn't got as much flavour as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/03/10, updated on 01/03/10 (Useful, 39 readings)
Today I bought a box of these new Poppets in Tesco as I thought they sounded lovely, oh but I couldn't have been more wrong. In replace of what I thought would be sweet, crisp cookie biscuit with chocolate chips, was a bland and dry tasting crunchy matter which could just about scrape at being called biscuit, with no sign or taste of chocolate chips. This clearly shows that the illustration on the bright blue packet was quite deceiving! The chocolate covering the somewhat small and oddly shaped balls, was very thin and didn't taste too good. There is definitely something missing from these chocolates, if either the cookie centre or the chocolate had more ... Read the complete review
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