Jacob’s Elite Chocolate Tea Cakes, described on the packet as “mallow cake covered in thick milk chocolate”, but I’d say they’re the ultimate tease of what heaven is like, they’re that nice. Could I resist biting into the lovely chocolate covered biscuit and the creamy, melt in the mouth mallow? Not a chance. Could you?
Definitely one of my favourite biscuits. Thanks Sheila!
10 thoughts on “Could I resist? Could I what!”
When something has elite in the name you know they aren’t messing around.
Reminds me a childhood treat here, the wagon wheel (thank you Wikipedia!).
You mean these wagon wheels? 🙂
are they as good as mikado? you know the pink ones with the lil bit of red jam in the middle
Dan – they are *way* better, although I’m not a big fan of those Mikado biscuits tbh.
The tea cakes come in packs of 6 and if they’re sitting in front of you, you’ll be hard pressed not to eat all of them in one sitting!
Wagon Wheels! OMG. They are still making them?
Heading off to the shopes now to see if I can find some.
Coconut creams with chocolate instead of coconut.
Pity its Milk Chocolate.
Now Mikado! I always loved those.
Found something new last night. Drinking Chocolate with a splash of Baileys.
Umm, Baileys and drinking chocolate. Niiice!
In my local Aldi, these are rebranded as Negerkussen and taste yummy too.
I like the idea that the Elite tea cakes come individually wrapped. Perfect for putting into a lunch bag or leaving on the desks at work. I don’t mind paying the price for a delectable cookie. But I just found out how many calories, fat and sugar are in each one. It scared me to death. The package says “per serving” but for me that could be 2 or 3 a day. I guess there is always a trade off.