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Cherry and almond flapjacks, white chocolate topping, 120g, new flavour at Home Bargains.
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I love flapjacks but I don't like almond and cherry. Does that mean I'm not a flapjack fan anymore?
Sparkz2k1611/02/2020 20:55

I love flapjacks but I don't like almond and cherry. Does that mean I'm …I love flapjacks but I don't like almond and cherry. Does that mean I'm not a flapjack fan anymore?


Nope, but this is still for flapjack fans. I'm a chocolate fan, doesn't mean I like all varieties!
Ngl although they're cheap, they don't taste great imho.
Love these
Obsessed with b&m flapjacks!!!
They used to be good 2 months ago and earlier but the recipe changed and they got smaller and they dont taste as good 😣
deals6911/02/2020 21:46

They used to be good 2 months ago and earlier but the recipe changed and …They used to be good 2 months ago and earlier but the recipe changed and they got smaller and they dont taste as good 😣


They haven't got smaller, they still weigh 120g. Not aware of the recipe changing (I buy literally thousands of these a year as I help run a staff tuck shop)
DominicPTS11/02/2020 21:56

They haven't got smaller, they still weigh 120g. Not aware of the recipe …They haven't got smaller, they still weigh 120g. Not aware of the recipe changing (I buy literally thousands of these a year as I help run a staff tuck shop)


Went for my weekly purchase and in the 2 different boxes, one set was thinner. Bought both and tasted different
Always been almond and cherry higates no? Or was it just cherry ?
deals6911/02/2020 21:57

Went for my weekly purchase and in the 2 different boxes, one set was …Went for my weekly purchase and in the 2 different boxes, one set was thinner. Bought both and tasted different


You can find some that are thinner, I've not checked if these are 120g and most are actually heavier or if Higate are actually short changing us sometimes. As I say, I'm not aware of any recipe change, nobody at work has commented and we sell at least 5 or 6 a day.
donotneed11/02/2020 22:18

Always been almond and cherry higates no? Or was it just cherry ?


Coconut and cherry, without chocolate topping. These are cherry and almond, with white chocolate topping.
YouTalkinToMe11/02/2020 21:09

Ngl although they're cheap, they don't taste great imho.


Blackfriars are far superior imho, but they can't be had for anywhere near this price.
These are good for lunch at the top of a mountain when you just need food and your taste buds don't care but come on they taste absolutely zero like a flapjack. Seriously make your own, it's just as cheap and tastes a million times better.
nomad_soul11/02/2020 21:11

Love these


Do they taste like cherry Bakewell tarts? If so I’m sold
I used to have a couple a week until I saw the nutritional information. The plain one has 516 calories and 25.6g of fat per 120g. Only pointing it out as it doesn't show it on the packaging that I can remember and some people may not be aware of the contents.
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DominicPTS11/02/2020 21:56

They haven't got smaller, they still weigh 120g. Not aware of the recipe …They haven't got smaller, they still weigh 120g. Not aware of the recipe changing (I buy literally thousands of these a year as I help run a staff tuck shop)


Calm down son
bigcul11/02/2020 23:02

These are good for lunch at the top of a mountain when you just need food …These are good for lunch at the top of a mountain when you just need food and your taste buds don't care but come on they taste absolutely zero like a flapjack. Seriously make your own, it's just as cheap and tastes a million times better.


With busy lives most people don't have the spare time to make their own of everything (as what you've said applies to loads of convenience 'grab and go' food).
Edited by: "DominicPTS" 12th Feb
Better off eating cardboard. More nutritious.
Jim_Beam12/02/2020 09:14

Better off eating cardboard. More nutritious.


Could say the same for any unhealthy snack, most people don't focus purely on nutrition. Some very daft comments on this thread.
I used to buy these for when I went on long walks as they are a good, compact energy source. But I now find them nauseatingly sugary ... I don't know if it's me or a change of recipe.
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