I like these because I can bite off the teddy’s head and make it bleed filling. Can’t do that with Teddy Graham or gummy bears. (Spotted by Karri F at Meijer.)
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8 thoughts to “SPOTTED ON SHELVES: Nabisco Teddy Soft Bakes (Chocolate and Vanilla)”
These are truly awful. Poor spongy cake and lacking amounts of filling – and the filling itself is terrible.
i tried them as singles as was just as disappointed as you were.
I enjoyed them. They’re obviously not great quality but if you just want a sweet, somewhat cakey snack they’re pretty good.
I found them tasty!
Tried the one with the chocolate filling as a sample in Walmart. It was terrible, tasted fishy. Needless to say I spit it out immediately!!
Yuck don’t buy it
Not hardly any cream filling
I bought the Teddy cake vanilla flavor with chocolate filling, below is my review:
Size: Is not too big not tiny, perfect to satisfy a quick appetite. Great for a kid snack.
Packaging: cutest package with the teddy bear holding a butterfly on a valley. The packaging itself makes me wanna eat it.
The cake: cutest cake with the shape of a teddy bear and chocolate filling inside
Quality of the cake: The cake is a bit dry, I think it needs to be a little bit more spongy. Is not bad tho. Since the cake is dry the filling is what makes up for it.
Quality of the filling: Is not like pure chocolate, the filling is more like chocolate/caramel.
Overall: I really enjoy this product and I would keep buying it once in a while until I totally get feed up with.
This looks identical to the LuLu bears being sold at Walmart about 8 or 9 years ago. I think it’s a rebranding by Nabisco.
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