What better way to start the festive season than a review of a seasonal comestible treat, to wit one or two Mr Kipling Frosty Fancies ….. as Darrell said, “Tis a festive no brainer ….. especially when they are only £1 a box from the village Tesco Express! ……. it would look rude not too!”
Well, who were Nigel and I to disagree? So a box of said Frosty Fancies was duly purchased for our considered delectation.
We found the description on the pack to be very accurate, the Fancies were dainty, the topping was a very romantic vanilla flavour and as described, hidden beneath a soft icing …… and they were indeed a very lovely, delicious snowy treat ……. except for the “snowy” bit, there was no actual snow of a wintery falling from the sky type nature, that, we think, was a little comestible artistic licence ……….
…… however, this did not effect in any way, shape or form, the end result of our tasting, namely a plate of empty (and largely licked) cake wrappers!
Yes, Mr Kipling Frosty Fancies ticked all our festive cake boxes, and for this, we awarded them a very robust 100 out of 88 Ho Ho Hos and Chorus of Jingle Bells on our Richter Scale of Christmas Noms!
And ….. the packaginghas left us with a small mystery ….. on the bottom of the box it says “3 French Hens” and “3 French Hens” are also illustrated at the top ……