The Fabulous Bakin' Boys Milk Choc Chip Muffins Reviews
Product Type: The Fabulous Bakin' Boys Snacks
Description:Brand: The Fabulous Bakin' Boys
Newest Review: ... often, I buy cakes that are not wrapped individually and you have to be careful that they don't go stale or harden; meaning ... more
by - written on 02/08/11 (Very useful, 45 readings)
This was actually the first time I had ever bought Bakin Boys Muffins. I was in Asda doing some shopping the other day, always on the hunt for a bargain as usual, when I saw these Muffins. They were at only a £1.00 for 6. I thought this was a good bargain and I know my children like Muffins, so I bought a box.. I really like the packaging of this product. I like the fact that not only are they in a box, but they are each individually wrapped. This is great and ensures freshness. Sometimes, in fact quite often, I buy cakes that are not wrapped individually and you have to be careful that they don't go stale or harden; meaning you need to make sure that they ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/07/10 (Very useful, 36 readings)
I love the Fabulous Bakin' Boys, especially their cupcakes and I spotted this 4-pack of muffins in Poundland. Unsurprisingly they cost £1, which I think is a good price as they're a good brand and make really yummy baked goodies. The muffins come in a box and each one is individually wrapped in plastic. The packaging refers to them as "lunchbox muffins" and suggests that this would be a good item to include as part of a packed lunch. The packaging makes them convenient to just quickly grab one and stuff it into your lunchbox or bag to take out and about with you. The Fabulous Bakin' Boys say these are "A vanilla flavoured muffin with ... Read the complete review
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