Tesco Double Chocolate Mini Muffins Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Snacks
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Bread
Newest Review: ... are always very fresh and I guess it is that you are paying for. I would recommend the Tesco Double Chocolate Mini Muffins ... more
by - written on 20/07/12 (Very useful, 54 readings)
I am a big chocolate fan and love anything chocolaty (providing its not nutty as well) my husband is the same, also he has to have some sort of cake for dessert most days of the week and he has to have it along with cream and ice cream. Since I had my son I haven't done as much baking as usual and he recently bought Tesco Double Chocolate Mini Muffins for dessert, personally I tend not to have dessert during the week but did decide to give these a try before they all disappeared. The Tesco Double Chocolate Mini Muffins come in a clear plastic container, the lid lifts up at the front and can be clipped back down so that it stays in place keeping the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/04/10 (Very useful, 17 readings)
I brought these the other day in Tesco and thought they was new because I'd never seen them before. They was only £1.00 for 12 mini muffins, they look delish and are a very dark brown colour. They're not all that mini anyway and when you take them out the muffins are more like fairy cake sized, or a bit smaller than that but deffo not tiny like the other mini muffins that Tesco and Sainsburys sell. The muffins are nice but they don't taste as strong of chocolate as I thought they would. The muffins are made of chocolate sponge and it's such a dark colour that I thought these was going to have a strong chocolate flavour but it's just like eating any ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/06/09 (Very useful, 37 readings)
Tesco Double Chocolate Mini Muffins are fairly affordable at £1.41 for a box of 12 little muffins. That works out at 12p each. There are certainly cheaper alternatives available, but I think that the price is fair for the quality you get from these muffins. Each little muffin comes in it's own peel-back paper cake case. In true cake case fashion, peeling this off means a trail of crumbs will inevitably go flying all about the place! I would recommend opening up these babies over a piece of kitchin towel though to avoid a mess all over your carpet. When you bite into one of these, the first thing to be aware of is that they tend to flake and ... Read the complete review
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