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  • I just probably will not purchase these again since I prefer the creme cakes

    • by GenesisOne
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      I do not like the Little Debbie Devil Squares Cakes as much as I do the Devil Creme Cakes because these square cakes have a slightly hard chocolate exterior where as the creme cakes have a soft exterior. The slightly hard exterior on the square cakes is really hardly even hard, but compared to the creme cakes

      it is.

      That right there is essentially the only difference that exists between the two.

      Inside, both the chocolate cake and the creme taste the same as the chocolate and creme in the creme cakes: deliciously moist and rich.

      The only real difference between the two is the slightly hard exterior on the square cakes.

      They basically ...


      • work out to be the same size since one is in the shape of a square while the other is long.

        Although twelve square cakes come in a box as opposed to six creme cakes, the square cakes are in twin packs and two is roughly equal to one creme cake.

        Basically, you get the same amount

        of cake and creme no matter which you purchase.

        It really comes down to whether you want to eat a chocolate snack cake that has a slightly hard exterior or a soft one.

        I personally prefer the creme cakes, but these are alright too.

        I just probably will not purchase these again since I prefer the creme cakes.




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