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...icing top to bottom and a piped swirl pattern around the top rim. The cake comes in a cardboard box, with plastic see through window, enabling you to spot any damage, there is also a picture of the cake sliced on the box, again enabling you to vision the inside of the cake prior to buying. We were able then to dress the cake as appropriate for a wedding cake, but it would also make a good...

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AdvantagesGood amount of nozzles, fairly easy to use,cleans well, encourages me to bake!

DisadvantagesA little tricky when you first get going

...en Craft Cake and Biscuit Icing set. I used to ice with the disposable bag and wilton nozzles but this kit had slightly smaller nozzles included in it and for a good price so I was soon making a purchase and looking forward to using it. The set that I brought was from the Range store, it was priced at a reduced price of £4.99, and this was a half price offer also at full pric...

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“Asda Jaffa Cakes”

published 28/04/2011

AdvantagesSlightly cheaper than the real thing


...I love Jaffa cakes, but as we are cutting down the shopping bill we are trying everything 'own brand'. I have been eating Mcvitites Jaffa cakes since i was a child and am very fond of them. The Asda ones had serious competition and i must admit i didn't expect them to be as good. For £1.18 you can get a box of 24 Asda jaffa cakes, they are even called jaffa cakes, not sure how they get away...

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