Sainsburys Double Chocolate Muffins Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Snacks
Description:Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Cake
Newest Review: ... means I end up with 2 packs of 4 muffins, so I have to share them with my wife. I have 6; she has 2 (Well, she's only little ... more
by - written on 07/12/10 (Very useful, 46 readings)
Being something of a Greedy Fat Pig, I occasionally succumb to temptation when buying bread at Sainsbury's. The cakes are just too tempting adjacent to the bread and even though our local Sainsbury's do not bake on the premises, I have found these muffins to be always nice and fresh. I only ever buy them when on offer and typically that means I end up with 2 packs of 4 muffins, so I have to share them with my wife. I have 6; she has 2 (Well, she's only little and doesn't want to end up with muffins spilling out over the top of her jeans, does she?) I have traditionally gone for biggest is best when it comes to muffins and Morrisons and Tesco muffins ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/09/10, updated on 10/02/12 (Very useful, 174 readings)
I came across these muffins at the end of an aisle in Sainsbury's, on special offer. 50% extra free, 6 muffins for the price of 4. They cost only £1, equating to 16.7p per muffin! I hadn't tried them before so thought I would give them a go - ever the bargain hunter!! The muffins are sold in a plastic tray, in a clear wrapper with a tempting picture of the muffins on the front. Easy to open, although I somehow managed to rip the wrapper completely - possibly in my haste to try them! There wasn't much of a chocolate aroma on opening, however the proof is in the pudding as they say. The muffins are quite large and looked very moist. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/05/10 (Very useful, 34 readings)
I never usually buy muffins from supermarkets, I usually get mine from a Cafe called BB Muffins where they come out fresh from the oven! When I was shopping in Sainsbury's I was looking for a birthday cake and came across these muffins, they looked so good that I couldn't resit picking them up! These delicious muffins are very light and soft, they are also quite rich and have a very fluffy texture. In amongst the soft chocolaty sponge there are lots of milk chocolate chips which gives the muffin a nice balance of hard and soft textures. The taste is quite sweet so if you have a sweet tooth these muffins are perfect for you. The chocolate sponge has quite a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/02/10, updated on 07/02/10 (65 readings)
I always end up trying to treat myself with a packet of chocolate muffins while doing shopping. I've therefore tried several different varities, including Marks and Spencer's, Bakin Boys, and several supermarkets home brands. Each were alright, some marginally better than others, but I rarely bought any again, because they just lacked the taste and texture needed to justify spending the money. Then I happened to buy Sainsburys Double Chocolate Muffins, and I was very pleasantly surprised. They are fluffy, rich, soft, light, very chocolately, and truly delectable. I don't normally like supermarkets home produce, but this is a definite exception. Whether you ... Read the complete review
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