Tunnock’s Chocolate Teacakes 6 Pack are perfect for sharing – if you want to give any away, that is!
A perfect combination of light marshmallow and chocolate, these tasty treats are great at any time of the day and make for a perfect teatime snack!
Most popular with customers in United States of America (USA), France, Italy, Spain, Canada, Germany, Netherlands, Korea Republic of and Japan, but you can buy Tunnocks Chocolate Teacakes 6 Pack for delivery worldwide.
One of our Tunnock branded products.
Contains Eggs, Contains Milk, Contains Soya, Contains Wheat.
Mallow 38% (Sugar, Glucose Syrup, Egg Albumen), Milk Chocolate 34% (Sugar, Cocoa Solids (min. 25%), Milk Solids (min. 14%), Blend of Palm Oil and Shea Butter, Emulsifier- Soya Lecithin (E322), Flavouring), Biscuit 28% Fortified Milk? Flour (Wheat Flour, Calcium Carbonate, Iron, Niacin, Thiamin), Blend of Palm and Rapeseed Oils, Sugar, Chocolate (Cocoa Solids (min 25%), ???? Solids (min 14%)), Raising Agents (Sodium Bicarbonate and Disodium Diphosphate (E450)).
Lifestyle / Additives
- Suitable for Vegetarians.
- Storage Type: Ambient.
- Store in a dry, cool place Best Before Date on Front of Pack
- Pack Type: Box.
I had these as a kid, they were a treat at Christmas when my aunt used to send us a huge maybe 36 pack every year. They are not your typical sweet mallow filled biscuit, they're less sweet than that, classier somehow! The white mallow filling is soft and creamy rather than sweet and foamy like a lot of copies of these teacakes. The chocolate snaps perfectly, and the biscuit base is fairly thin and again not too sweet. I only ordered one packet which I now know was a huge mistake, as they'd vanished within a couple of days. I'll be ordering the 36 pack next or even maybe 2 of the 36 packs...
Unfortunately! There was only two wrapped nicely. The rest were unwrapped at the bottom and I could see a hole in them. But I don't think it's British Corner Shop's fault though. The condition of Tunnocks teacakes have not been good lately, especially when you get them from other stores they're in this kind of condition. Tunnocks are responsible for that and they need to do a better job!
I ordered a variety of treats after my parents came back from London with these. They remind me of s'mores and are a new favorite treat when I am craving something sweet. The only downside was one of the packs was almost completely flattened during shipping. I don't blame that on British Corner Shop. I think it was handled roughly by the postal service despite being marked fragile.
I would compare these to the American Mallomars as they have a similar composition of biscuit topped with marshmallow coated in chocolate. In saying that, I prefer the Teacakes any day, easy. Mallomars have an artificial taste that these just completely lack, which was refreshing and enjoyable. The biscuit base is my favorite part, and I always try to save it for last. These are divine alongside a fresh cuppa, or even a coffee.
My favourite treats with a cup of tea, i really love these, with a great biscuit base and a marshmallow centre and a chocolate coating. They are sooo yummy,it is a shame there are only 6 in the box, it is so easy eating them all in one sitting. Please dont ever stop making these or change the recipe.
Tunnocks chocolate tea cakes are my favourite English cakes and biscuits.They're just perfect with a cup of tea. It was the first biscuit I tasted when I was in England and it reminds me of a good memory. I enjoy them even more because I can't find them in France. I really recommend them.
Definitely not my cup of tea, I find movies teacakes tasteless balls of fluff on a mediocre biscuit base covered with a waxy chocolate coloured coating. I did not have these as a child and that is probably the reason why I am not fond of them. For the price I would prefer something else.
Tunnock's teacakes are a favourite from my childhood. They have a biscuit base, a mallow centre and are covered in chocolate. The biscuit base has a very nice texture, almost melt in the mouth. The mallow centre is so delicious and makes the whole teacake light, making you want to eat the whole box to satisfy your sweet tooth!
I Love these gooey treats from as far back as I remember.
I was fortunate enough to grow up in a house in Britain with two large garden areas; the back garden was for growing fruit and vegetables - my dads pride and joy - the front was all flowers and mostly my mums domain, with help from my dad.
On warm sunny days, I would sit in the garden with her and as she weeded and planted, I was given paper and a pencil and if I wrote my name neatly ten times would be rewarded with a chocolate teacake.
I not only learned the art of penmanship but a love for chocolate teacakes which endures to this day.
I think Nuala's memory is playing tricks on her. The teacake recipe hasn't changed, these taste the same today as they did when I was a wee boy. A million times better than any spongy marshmallow filling. If you want Marshmallow get the Burton's teacakes. They're not bad but Tunnock's are of a standard much higher. A real treat and a national treasure!
Tunnocks teacakes have a gorgeous fluffy marshmallow filling encased in milk chocolate with a soft biscuit base. I have fond memories of these as they were sold in the school tuck shop back in the 70's. I think I enjoy them more now than I did in my childhood. The fact that they are individually wrapped in red and silver foil makes them seem all the more special.
The perfect "cake". Some 10+ years ago I tried these for the first time, and ever since they have stayed with be as a fond memory. Recently I discovered that BCS sold these online, and ordered a few boxes. I absolutely loved them. And I'll certainly order them again soon. If I weren't living on such a tight budget, I would literally eat them every single day. There is simply NO cake or candy I would rather eat.
Another blast from the past, I used to find these in my lunchbox when I was a child. The chocolate is still as crisp as ever, the mallow inside is delicious but softer than I remember. I'm sure they used to be firmer. The biscuit is still hard to beat, lovely taste and texture, it goes almost gooey as you chew it. Like most chocolate cakes, I love these with coffee. Know what? There are less than 100 calories in one of these teacakes, so it's a small price to pay for a chocolate biscuit fix.
I was very slightly disappointed with these. I was expecting the filling to be more like smooth marshmallow, a taste from the past. Instead, it is creamier and softer.
It didn't give me the same satisfaction when breaking the outer chocolate bit. Now maybe those firmer fillings of the past were purely synthetic and this one is better for you, but then we are not eating chocolate teacakes as part of a healthy diet, are we?
These really take me back to childhood. They have a thin chocolate shell, covering a light and fluffy centre. The biscuit base gives them some substance, but I could still eat a whole pack in one sitting.
I love the way the chocolate outer shell breaks when you eat them.
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