15 Dreemy Bars 59p @ Aldi (milkyway own brand)
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15 Dreemy Bars 59p @ Aldi (milkyway own brand)

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Found 22nd Feb 2016
Dairyfine Snack Size Dreemy Bars 59p Aldi
(15x17g)
Normally 79p
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This is normal Aldi price anyway isn't it?
must get some soon!
deleted57959

do these tasty like milky way or are they like the tesco/asda ones which … do these tasty like milky way or are they like the tesco/asda ones which are sickly vanilla flavour?



​my threenager loves these and is rather funny about what he eats ( Krispy Kreme are the only doughnuts he'll eat). I was rather shocked at how nice they are...would definitely recommend.
chrismcmurray86

This is normal Aldi price anyway isn't it?



There usually 79p
These are way too sugary sweet for me!

Good price though but not me.

Heat given though
deleted57959

do these tasty like milky way or are they like the tesco/asda ones which … do these tasty like milky way or are they like the tesco/asda ones which are sickly vanilla flavour?



Very sweet. Too sugary imo
deleted57959

do these tasty like milky way or are they like the tesco/asda ones which … do these tasty like milky way or are they like the tesco/asda ones which are sickly vanilla flavour?



Average Metacritic rating of 34%.
Here's what one reviewer said : "They are the usual Aldi fayre of bland, vaguely chocolate tasting muck, leaving you with that sinking feeling after eating one. But they were cheap so I bought 57 of them."
these look great oh I shouldn't!
Elevation

Average Metacritic rating of 34%.Here's what one reviewer said : "They … Average Metacritic rating of 34%.Here's what one reviewer said : "They are the usual Aldi fayre of bland, vaguely chocolate tasting muck, leaving you with that sinking feeling after eating one. But they were cheap so I bought 57 of them."



Troll reviewer then, I'm a snob and a fussy eater at the best of times. However Aldi own brand food is often outstanding.

That been said, I'm not the biggest fan of these. They are very much like the Asda ones and just a sugary vanilla taste. Sadly you can't beat a proper Milky Way. This was a long time ago I tried them, and at £0.59 it might be worth round 2. Although you can get a bag of funsize milky way for less than £1 when on offer.

However, the mimic of Bounty from Aldi tastes fantastic, as do the twixes. Swings and roundabouts really, gotta try them at least once. I try everything at least once, my sister and nieces get constant free food from me buying stuff to try, beats wastage
Edited by: "DuckDuck86" 22nd Feb 2016
Not as nice as the treat size ones you get in the bags:
http://www.feedem.co.uk/images/dreamies-cat-treats-heavenly-tuna-60gm-p18661-15117_zoom.jpg
Not a personal favourite, mine has to be Racer (snickers) bur heat given for the drop in price
rvcshart

However Aldi own brand food is often outstanding.



No, it REALLY isn't unless your tastebuds are destroyed. I've experienced some at work that they've unfortunately ordered in. "Kraze" their version of "Krave" - this being just one example, obviously, I'm not going to write an essay to prove it - consists of utterly tasteless 'wheat' pillows, which upon biting in half you will discover a PINHEAD's worth of chocolate. Utterly crap. But hey......it's cheap. And if you go there and try it out you'll find out why.
And no, I'm not daft enough to do a food shop at M&S or Waitrose, in case you're going to auto-assume this is some sort of snobbery.
Elevation

No, it REALLY isn't unless your tastebuds are destroyed. I've experienced … No, it REALLY isn't unless your tastebuds are destroyed. I've experienced some at work that they've unfortunately ordered in. "Kraze" their version of "Krave" - this being just one example, obviously, I'm not going to write an essay to prove it - consists of utterly tasteless 'wheat' pillows, which upon biting in half you will discover a PINHEAD's worth of chocolate. Utterly crap. But hey......it's cheap. And if you go there and try it out you'll find out why. And no, I'm not daft enough to do a food shop at M&S or Waitrose, in case you're going to auto-assume this is some sort of snobbery.



And yet funnily enough Aldi's Toffee Pecan Roulade and Raspberry Roulade are the exact same as Tesco and Asda's so theres some Tom Foolery somewhere.
I've never had any bad chocolate from Aldi. I've tried most of the knock off ones like these and they're lovely. I prefer the fruit and nut bar they sell there way more than cadburys. Their chocolate is my fave along with galaxy x
scousethief

And yet funnily enough Aldi's Toffee Pecan Roulade and Raspberry Roulade … And yet funnily enough Aldi's Toffee Pecan Roulade and Raspberry Roulade are the exact same as Tesco and Asda's so theres some Tom Foolery somewhere.



If I actually liked either of those things I'd put that to the test
All own brand supermarket chocolate bar knock offs are cheap and resemble the branded versions. Cold
I prefer the chocolate from Lidl, though I'll pick up a packet to try next time I pass The Aldi Moser Roth chocolate varieties are nice too (think that brand is trying to copy Lindt).
actually own brands now have more cocoa solids than sad bury or mess lays check the contents sad bury now don't list cocoa solids as below 20% ugh it's all fake flavours
Elevation

If I actually liked either of those things I'd put that to the test




Take my word for it lol i tried Asda's, Tesco's, Morrisons and Lidl's :P just for the sake of science of course.
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