Sainsbury's Iced Coffee Maderia Cake Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Snacks
Description:Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Cake
Newest Review: ... makers name, nutritional values etc. Two slices of the cake grace the printed label and they have managed to capture the cake ... more
by - written on 22/02/09 (Very useful, 158 readings)
I would walk past a plain Madeira cake and usually dismiss it as being plain and uninteresting. Often plain Madeira cake can be too dry, it needs something added to it to make it attractive to prospective purchasers. As we know too well, there can be masses of different cakes on offer and we still have trouble trying to find one to our liking! If I am in an indecisive mood I tend to choose one of my old faithfuls and I have had the Sainsbury`s Iced Coffee Madeira many times. A 340 g cake comes in at around £1.29. The cake is packaged in a clear plastic wrapper which has a printed paper band around the middle. The information on the paper ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/02/09 (Very useful, 144 readings)
I love coffee cake but I have never managed to find anyone who makes it the way I like. Whether it's a friend, a corner shop or a supermarket brand doing the baking, I never quite enjoy it the way I do when I make my own. However, Sainsbury's Coffee Iced Madeira Cake has changed that. This is without a doubt the nicest shop-bought coffee cake I have ever tried. It has three layers of moist, soft, coffee-flavoured Madeira cake which are sandwiched together with two tasty strips of coffee flavoured buttercream icing. The cake is then topped by a thick, slightly gooey coffee-flavoured icing which has a taste and texture somewhere between glace and fondant ... Read the complete review
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