Tesco Chocolate Caterpillar Cake Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Snacks
Newest Review: ... does say on the box that this will serve 12 but I suppose that all depends on how big the pieces are that you cut. The cake ... more
by - written on 27/05/10 (Very useful, 263 readings)
For my birthday I was brought 2 cakes, one of them being Tesco Caterpillar Cake, probably aimed at children but perfectly suitable for adults aswell. The cake is as the name suggests a caterpillar shape, the cake itself is a large chocolate Swiss roll style cake consisting of chocolate sponge filled with chocolate butter cream. The entire thing is then covered in thick milk chocolate, with a ripple effect pattern and white chocolate lines running the length of it. On one end of the cake is the caterpillars face which is made entirely of thick yellow icing for the main part of the face and black, red and white icing for the caterpillars eyes and nose. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/08/09 (Very useful, 180 readings)
Whilst celebrating my other half's birthday recently, we had been invited to a family meal and a few drinks at my parent's house. My other half was treated to a slap-up home cooked meal and the beer was a-flowing throughout. Not only that, but my sister and mother had gone to the trouble of sticking up a couple of banners and blowing up some balloons to add to the ambience of the celebrations. Imagine my surprise then, when my mother (sneakily) informed me that she had purchased a birthday cake and candles, and planned to produce it when she served the tea and coffee after our meal. She showed me a long, rectangular bright ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/10/08 (Very useful, 69 readings)
The only cakes I'm capable of cooking are fruit cakes, and as this isn't really suitable for a birthday cake I have to buy mine from a supermarket. I let my Daughter choose the cake which is in the novelty cake section by the bakery. The chocolate caterpillar was her first choice. It was only £4.98 and said it serves 12. I thought it would be really sickly so I bought an extra cake just in case, as it was so cheap I was able to buy another. The cake had about two weeks on the sell by date which I thought was very good. The cake comes in a nice bright lime coloured box. The caterpillar is covered in lovely thick milk chocolate. The inside is swiss ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/07/05 (Very useful, 3998 readings)
My daughter has just celebrated her 8th birthday and the weeks leading up to it the dreaded words “birthday party” kept cropping up into conversation around the dinner table. Not wanting to disappoint my little cherub (ahem, yeah right) I set about planning a celebration never to be forgotten, as I knew that she was now nearing an age where birthday parties were seen to be uncool. This could be her last one and as she had asked so nicely how could I refuse. As the big day got ever nearer, I was quite pleased as everything was coming along nicely. Following tradition, I had planned on making my own birthday cake for the hungry hordes of school children who had ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/09/09 (Very useful, 158 readings)
As far as I'm concerned, the chocolate caterpillar cake is a classic shop brought birthday cake. It looks good, makes children smile and laugh, is dead easy to cut into portions due to it's shape and on the whole is normally pretty tasty (for a shop brought cake...of course nothing compares to proper homemade cakes!!!). So, last week when my girlfriend and I, Knowing we were having her sisters three kids over to stay for the weekend, were shopping for a few treats for the kids and spotted a caterpillar cake in the reduced section of our local Tescos we were instantly interested. The poor little chocolate creature had been reduced because he was very near his best before . Read the complete review
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