7 Supermarket Copycats That Outshine Cadbury, Mr Kipling, and McVities


Save Money Without Sacrificing Taste

Switching from big brand names to supermarket own-name versions can save you hundreds of pounds a year. But what if you don't want to compromise on taste? We've tested dozens of supermarket copycats and found 7 winners that are better than Cadbury, Mr Kipling, and McVities. Not only do they taste great, but they also come with a much lower price tag. Read on to discover the snacks worth buying.

Tesco's Digestives: A Dunkable Delight

Who doesn't love a chocolate digestive with their cuppa? Tesco's milk chocolate digestives beat the branded version in both taste and price. With a score of 10/10, Lynsey Hope called them "scrumptious biscuits which are just as good, if not better, than the leading brand". And the best part? They cost just 85p for 300g, compared to £1.90 for the branded version.

Lidl's Heavenly Slices: A Treat for Less

Mr Kipling's iconic striped slices are a treat, but they can be pricey. Lidl's Rowan Hill Bakery angel slices offer a delicious alternative at just £1.05 for 6 slices, compared to £2.75 for the branded version. Lynsey praised the soft and moist cake, saying it was "light and airy" with a "lovely flavor". Plus, they're more than half the price!

Aldi's Stackers: The Perfect Pringles Substitute

Once you pop, you can't stop. But you can still get the right crunch with Aldi's Snackrite ready salted Stackers. Lynsey found that they tasted just like the original Pringles, but with less fat and fewer calories. And at £1.49 compared to £2.25, they're a real money-saver.

Morrisons and Sainsbury's: Beating the Dairy Milk

Two supermarket versions of Cadbury Dairy Milk beat the iconic brand in taste and price. Morrisons' savers milk chocolate costs just 36p for a 100g bar, while Sainsbury's great value milk chocolate bar is just £1 for 200g. Lynsey described them as "lovely" and "indulgent without being too rich". Say goodbye to expensive chocolate bars!

Aldi's Dreemy: A Heavenly Milky Way Dupe

According to Ellie Smitherman, you'll never taste the difference between a real Milky Way and Aldi's Dairyfine Dreemy. These soft and gooey treats are a third of the price of the original and can save you £122 a year. A switch in your weekly shop is definitely worth it.

Morrisons Jaffa Cakes: The Perfect Balance

There's no dispute over the winner in the Jaffa Cakes taste test. Morrisons came out on top with a score of 8/10, thanks to its "perfect balance of tangy and sweet". Sophie King praised the fluffy cake and delicious chocolate coating. At £1.70 for a 300g box, they're a great alternative to the branded McVities version.

Aldi's Oreo Dupes: A Creamy Bargain

Aldi does it again with its Oreo copycats. These cookies and cream biscuits were rated 25 out of 30, beating other supermarkets. Sophie King loved the firm feel and the good cookie to cream ratio. And at just 45p for 154g, they're the cheapest option on the market.

So next time you're doing your weekly shop, consider trying these supermarket copycats. You'll get the same great taste but at a fraction of the price. Happy snacking!

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