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“Frosty the Cakeman”

published 05/01/2014

AdvantagesTastes delicious and look attractive, great quality sponge, made with free range eggs

DisadvantagesHigh in sugar, sickly if you don't stick to one!

...I have a love-hate relationship with Mr Kipling Cakes. A few I really like, but most I find don't taste as nice as they look. However I like to give their products a chance as they are one of the few big brands that only uses free range eggs, and they also bake in Britain. I used to enjoy their fondant Fancies, so I decided to take a chance on trying the Frosty Fancies which appear around...

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AdvantagesTasty , Cheap

DisadvantagesHard to get into for kids!

...Frosties is a breakfast cereal made by the famous cereal brand , Kellogg's. Frosties are similar to Corn Flakes ; the only difference being that Frosties are covered in sugar and Corn Flakes aren't. Although I have always liked Frosties , I never really buy them that often , unless they are in a multi-pack. So when I bought a kelloggs multi-pack the other day , I decided to have the Frosties as...

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“Frosty Fun”

published 26/01/2002

Advantageskids love ice lollies

Disadvantagesmessy so needs adult supervision

...Why is it that no matter what time of the year it is, summer or winter, rain or shine, there could be snow on the ground but kids always want ice-cream or ice lollies. So when I saw Playskools Mr Frosty I knew it would be a hit, Playskool is a subsidiary of Hasbro and is also responsible for Mr Potato Head. Mr Frosty is available from Argos for £14.99. Mr Frosty is an ice lolly and drink...

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