REVIEW: Mrs. Freshley’s Chocolate Cake Crisps

Mrs Freshley s Chocolate Cake Crisps

To me, Cake Crisps are just another way to say “cookies.” They look like cookies. They crunch like cookies. They are something Cookie Monster will call “sometimes food,” but stuff his face with it EVERY time no one is looking at his googly eyes.

But the thing is, they may look like cookies, they may crunch like cookies, and they may cause Cookie Monster to dump crumbs on the head of his puppeteer, but Mrs. Freshley’s Chocolate Cake Crisps smell and taste EXACTLY like chocolate cake.


Go crash kids birthday parties until you find one with chocolate cake, sing Happy Birthday with everyone else, grab your slice, come up with a cover so you can mingle with strangers, eat the cake, pop a Chocolate Cake Crisp into your mouth, compare it with cake, get a high five from the birthday boy or girl, and then slip out of the party with a balloon or two in your hands, or maybe the piñata.

Or go to a child’s first birthday party and swipe the kid’s smash cake. What’s are smash cakes? They’ve been around for years, but they’re something I just learned about. Go Google it and see all the parents who have to explain to their children why as one-year-olds they get to make a huge mess they don’t have to clean up, but as eight-year-olds they can’t.

Once you do all that, you’ll find out that these Cake Crisps are like concentrated cake.

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Each one is about the same size as a Thin Mint and they look like the love child of a Nilla Wafer and a chocolate Oreo wafer. And did I mention they smell AND taste exactly like chocolate cake? My goodness, they are wonderful. They also made me wish I had Duncan Hines or Pillsbury frosting to dip them in.

The bag was hard to put down, until I read the nutrition facts which said eating the entire package would give me 45 percent of my daily saturated fat. I also thought it was odd that about three-fourths into chewing on one, the cake flavor disappears. It’s super weird. It’s like you’re eating cake in a dream, but you wake up in the middle of eating it and realize you’ve been chewing on a pillow. And when the cake flavor disappears, I noticed, on occasion, smalls bursts of saltiness. That’s not a pleasant way to end something that tastes really good at first.

But with that said, I think Mrs. Freshley’s Chocolate Cake Crisps are worth a try and I think Cookie Monster would agree.

Disclosure: I received free Mrs. Freshley’s Chocolate Cake Crisps samples from the PR firm that represents them. No money was exchanged for the review and being given free samples did not influence my review in any way.

(Nutrition Facts – 2 ounces – 310 calories, 18 grams of fat, 9 grams of saturated fat, 0 grams of trans fat, 1.5 grams of polyunsaturated fat, 6 grams of monounsaturated fat, 0 milligrams of cholesterol, 160 milligrams of sodium, 36 grams of carbohydrates, 2 grams of fiber, 19 grams of sugar, and 2 grams of protein.)

Purchased Price: FREE
Size: 2 oz. package
Purchased at: N/A
Rating: 7 out of 10
Pros: Smells and tastes like chocolate cake. Looks like cookies. Crunches like cookies. Cookie Monster would probably approve.
Cons: Flavor disappears 3/4ths into chewing one. Sometimes there are small bursts of salt. Crashing kids birthday parties. Crumbs on a puppeteer’s head.

4 thoughts to “REVIEW: Mrs. Freshley’s Chocolate Cake Crisps”

  1. Haven’t seen these in stores yet but really hope to soon! They look amazing! Hopefully they’ll continue this trend with other cake flavors like birthday, German chocolate, carrot, red velvet, pineapple upside down, etc!

  2. When I saw this headline, I thought it said Mrs. Frehley’s and I thought “Ace’s Mom? Cool!”

  3. Okay, I hope someone reads this comment. I know that is wishful thinking, seeing as this is from March…but I had to write something! So, here goes, I have noticed in my perusing of this blog that things will often be detailed as “amazing” and “wonderful” but then squeak out a paltry 7 out of 10! Why??? Can we get some explanation as to what a score, point by point, is comprised of? I’m reading this review, and thinking to myself, geez! I’d love to try them! Then, I go to the # out of 10 rating scale, and see it gets a 7! I need to know how these things are ranked! Thanks for letting me vent!

    1. I should point out that 7 out of 10 is definitely not paltry. Think of it this way, 9-10 are like a A grades, 7-8 are like B grades, 5-6 are like C grades, and so on. Getting a B is a good score and this product does have faults what warrants it, which are explained in the review.

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