The fabulous bakin boys double chocolate muffins Reviews
Product Type: The Fabulous Bakin' Boys Snacks
Description:Brand: The Fabulous Bakin' Boys / Type: Cakes
Newest Review: ... feel of blandness and tastlessness pervading the product. I like my chocolate muffins big and sprinkled with drops of ... more
by - written on 01/02/10, updated on 01/02/10 (Useful, 22 readings)
I have just consumed one of these double chocolate muffin badboys, literally one minute ago, and already I know this is one of the reviews I will struggle to write the most. There just isn't a lot to say, because, like Bakin Boys' cupcakes, there is a very distinct feel of blandness and tastlessness pervading the product. I like my chocolate muffins big and sprinkled with drops of chocolate resting on top and scattered throughout. I also like the inside of a chocolate muffin to be softer and almost 'runny'. I realise these are packaged and so they can't be as fresh and delicious as those from a bakery, but there is just a resounding lack of any of the above. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/09/09 (Very useful, 110 readings)
I like to limit the amount of rubbish that my son eats however from time to time he is allowed to choose a treat when we go shopping. Recently he spotted some little chocolate cakes and decided that he would like to give them a try. I have to say that they did look rather delicious so I decided to take home a couple of packets. Well they were buy one get one half price so how could I possibly resist. The item in question were chocolate muffins made by The Fabulous Bakin Boys. This item was purchased at my local Morrisons and cost 99p on promotion with a buy one get one half price deal so very reasonably priced I thought. I decided to buy the version with ... Read the complete review
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