Eat The Treat
Attempting to eat one of each kind of treat…
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I love Twix! I hate Peanut Butter! Twix, for me, is the perfect chocolate bar. Just the right amount of biscuit, caramel and chocolate and just the right size. I love them. It already got a 10 out of 10 on Eat The Treat, the UKs leading chocolate review site*, so I don’t understand why […]

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Everyone loves Magical Trev….. er…. The Magical Milk from Lindt is a baton of goodness. I found this hiding in my local cheap shop, a shop I have described in an earlier post. They sell things that are either imported or near the end of their shelf life. This had been imported, but had the […]

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Peanut Snap! While doing this challenge I discovered that I DO like peanuts in chocolate. Since primary school I had been convinced otherwise and hadn’t bought a peanutty bar in about 25 years. How bad can this be? Well, I didn’t like this at first. Its just peanuts held together by syruppy sugar. No chocolate, […]

Categories: Chocolate Bar, Mars | 2 Comments
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Two fingers of de-lishness! Years ago there was Cadburys Caramel. It was a six segment bar of chocolate, produced by Cadburys and advertised by a rabbit. Each section contained a caramel filling. The people who make Galaxy, (that would be the people at Mars,) obviously wanted a piece of the caramel action and had to […]

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Its big and its American. It can only be the Hersheys bar! This was a gift from a friend who goes by the name of GiddySausage on Twitter. I do know him in real life too, I don’t just accept chocolate from random strangers*. (*actually, I do.) Here in the UK, chocolate bars are quite […]

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Olympic themed Dairy Milk Chocolate? The idea behind the Dairy Milk Postcard is that you can buy it and show your support to the UK Olympic and UK Paralympic teams. I opened the box and was greeted by….. a freepost postcard! I turned it over to find out what I had to do. The postcard […]