Tesco Iced Fairy Cakes Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Snacks
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Bread
Newest Review: ... that you could. These cakes are fine to eat as a snack but they are quite small and it does turn out to be quite expensive ... more
by - written on 19/02/10 (Very useful, 33 readings)
Tesco Iced Fairy Cakes come in a packet of 12 for £1.15. Note that you can get the same cakes without icing for 88p if you prefer, which is quite a big saving per cake really when you think about it. Inside the packet you get a plastic tray which holds the individual cakes still so that they don't get squashed around in transit. You can just pull them straight out of the outer wrapping and serve them from the tray for convenience which I like. I bet these are ideal for kid's birthday parties for just that reason - they're quick and easy to serve. These cakes are really very small, and even small children may well want two of these to be ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/01/10 (Very useful, 82 readings)
Tesco iced fairy cakes have been a great simply and easy idea for childrens parties as they come as a small and basic cake but with a dollop of icing on the top in white, pink and yellow which children love. Coming in packs of 12 at a cost of £1.15 these are cheap enough to buy in bulk for parties and also as one offs for playmates for your child when they come over and want to have a little tea party together. My daughter loves them as a treat with her freinds and because they have the pretty colouring on them she likes to display them on her dolly plates and then eat them as if they were having afternoon tea at the ritz! Beware if your child ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/10/09 (Very useful, 58 readings)
My husband loves Sponge Cakes, whereas i'm not that fussed on them. I spotted these on the bottom shelf in the Cake aisle in Tesco yesterday and decided to get them. I thought he would like them, and since there is a blob of icing on the top, then I thought they seemed a bit more exciting for me. These cost me £1.12 for 12 Cakes. The Cakes were a decent size, probably the normal Sponge Cake size I would say. Packaging is alright. You can see the Cakes through the pack, so you know what they look like. Each Cake is in a little hole in a plastic tray and the whole lot is in a cellophane bag covering. There is a little picture on the front of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/09/09 (Very useful, 86 readings)
I am fortunate enough to live with a mile of Asda, Marks & Spencers, Sainsburys & Tesco which is ideal when I fancy a change as I can just pop in to whichever store takes my fancy. On a trip to Tesco recently I fancied some cakes & didn't want all the effort of making them myself so when I spotted these 12 iced fairy cakes for £1.15 they were perfect and I promptly snapped up a packet! These fairy cakes come in individual cake cases so they can easily be dished out to relatives although keep your eyes peeled for all the wrappers that get tucked down the side of the sofa or in cupboards or just under furniture, kids hey?! The cakes were ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/03/10 (Very useful, 43 readings)
My wife bought these little fairy cakes for the Easter Holidays as we are having a little family and friends gathering, she usually bakes cakes like these herself but for the very low price of just £1.12p for 12 it is cheap enough to save the hassle of baking them. They cakes come in a sturdy plastic tray with seperate compartments for each cake to be held in, it has an outer plastic wrapper that is easy to open and also both plastics can be recycled after use. Each of the cakes are in a nice little paper cup that holds the cake firmly and it can be taken off the cake when you are eating them. They are iced on the top and they look very ... Read the complete review
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