Princess Marshmallows Reviews
Product Type: Princess Sweets
Description:Brand: Princess / Type: Marshmallow
Newest Review: ... pink marshmallows on the front and we are told that they are Princess 'Fat Free' Marshmallows 'Seductively Soft', Pink And ... more
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Last Update 14.03.2014 07:01
by - written on 31/01/11 (Very useful, 100 readings)
Just after Christmas I treated me and my boyfriend to a mini chocolate fountain. The idea behind it was to melt some chocolate and dip some marshmallows into it and so when I spotted these in Asda at 89p a bag I grabbed a bag for us to try along with some chocolate to spoil ourselves with. The Packaging: The bag is dark blue on the outside, silver foil on the inside and there is a photograph of a white and light pink marshmallows on the front and we are told that they are Princess 'Fat Free' Marshmallows 'Seductively Soft', Pink And White. On the back of the bag other information listed includes being told a bit about the marshamallows, ingredients ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/01/10 (Very useful, 42 readings)
I timed it right today and turned up at my mates just as she was testing her new chocolate fountain out, I can take or leave warm chocolate but the marshmallows she gave me to dip in it were yummy! They're made by Princess and come in quite a nice bag, I haven't seen this brand before and usually buy supermarket marshmallows. The marshmallows are quite big and when you pick one up you can feel how fluffy and soft they are, the outside of the marshmallows have got a bit of a harder texture so it's nice to bite through them and then get to the softer and squidgier inside. The marshmallows have got a wicked flavour, they're loads nicer ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/04/09 (Very useful, 130 readings)
To start off I'm a huge fan of marshmallows, but a good marshmallow isn't too sweet, too sticky or too stodgy, so these were going to have to tick all those boxes in order to get a good rating. My experience of 'Princesses Marshmallows' however isn't all that great, and I'd much rather go with supermarket brand marshmallows rather than pay the extortionate price for these and get something that tastes a whole lot better. Firstly, I'm amazed that these marshmallows are £1.09 for a bag of 200g. It's outrageous that they can charge so much when 'ASDA' and 'Sainsbury's' offer a 200g bag at just 67p. What makes it so ridiculous is that these don't offer anything ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/04/09 (Very useful, 432 readings)
The first time that I ever felt remotely excited at the sight of a marshmallow was at a family wedding, I bet you have already guessed the reason why! There on a table was the most enormous chocolate fountain brimming over with lush milk chocolate and beside the fountain there were numerous things that you could dip into the running chocolate, including lots of fruit and pink and white marshmallows. Remember that episode of The vicar Of Dibley, when Geraldine had her first encounter with a chocolate fountain? What a laugh that was! Marshmallows are scrumptious full stop, the Other Half will demolish a packet in a few minutes and still look for ... Read the complete review
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