Warburtons Hot Cross Bun Loaf Reviews
Product Type: Warburtons Snacks
Description:Brand: Warburtons / Type: Bread
Newest Review: ... because they come in the same type of bag as a loaf of bread, it's easy to tie the back shut again and prevent from getting ... more
by - written on 05/04/10, updated on 05/04/10 (Very useful, 35 readings)
I am so disapointed that this is only a limited edition loaf; it is amazing. Warburtons Hot Cross Bun Loaf is exactly as it says. Another way to describe it would be as a giant hot cross bun, cut into bread slices. Attention to detail has been paid as it even has the cross on top. This isn't the cheapest - costing £1.30-1.35 for a 400gram loaf, but it is worth it. I haven't seen this in my local Tesco or Sainsbury, but a lot of the local corner shops sell it. The slices of the loaf are smaller than the average slice of bread, but retain the thickness of a 'medium' sliced loaf, which makes them a good size for the toaster. You don't get many slices ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/02/10 (Very useful, 19 readings)
Since Easter is getting close again, things like this Loaf have been in the shops for a little while now. This is a lot nicer than your standard Fuirt Loaf, and the wife always buys one of these when it hits the shops. We both like Hot Cross Buns, but find the thickness of them quite offputting. So this is nicer, as you just apply a thick spread of Butter, and eat this as a slice. This comes in a 400g Loaf and costs about £1.30. Perhaps not that cheap considering you often get Hot Cross Buns on Buy one get one free 6 packs for about 80p, but as I mentioned this is nicer. Also it is the Warburton's brand name that you will be paying ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/08/09 (Very useful, 38 readings)
I do like the odd slice of Fruit Cake, but this is much much better than Fruit Cake, and also better than Hot Cross Buns. I know Hot Cross Buns can be quite dry, and although they aren't overly thick, I just find them a little thick for my liking. I'm not that keen on Scones either. I came across this a few years ago when I worked in a small Co-op. The Warburton rep came in and gave us one of these to share and sample - always good when you get things for free, and i've picked up the off one ever since. Anyway, enough about the waffle, what about the product. Well this is from the Warburton's family, is a 400g loaf and costs around ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/04/09 (Very useful, 117 readings)
Warburtons Hot Cross Bun Loaf is a limited edition for the Easter season. Apparently, according to their website this product was brought back by popular demand. I had never seen this product before until a few weeks ago when I was looking for hot cross buns or some sort of teacakes to munch on in the mornings and afternoon with a hot chocolate or a cup of tea. I found this near the buns and fruit loaf aisle just for a £1 at the time in TESCO but since writing this it has gone up to £1.39. ASDA has it for a £1 and maybe Iceland does too so you have to shop around. The product it self is a 400g loaf, wrapped in the usual plastic packaging for bread with a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/04/09 (Very useful, 117 readings)
Just close your eyes for a moment and think `Hot Cross Bun`, then keep them closed and think twice as moist and three times as tasty. Eureka! You have just imagined what the Warburton's Hot Cross Bun loaf is like. I bet you are reading this and thinking this is pure exaggeration. Well, you are wrong! Warburton's have created the ultimate, the most wondrous, the fruitiest Hot Cross bun loaf that has ever hit the market. Right, lets start from the beginning, the packaging is in the true Easter spirit, half of the bag is bright yellow and not only do Warburtons tell you that their Hot Cross Bun loaf is bursting with freshness they have also bedecked the ... Read the complete review
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