Welcome back to '7days of Chocolate Reviews'. I have a few announcements starting with our competition winners from last weeks Thorntons Cloudy Lemonade draw. The Three winners are ....
Claire Snowey from York
Ian Lesbitt from Worthing
Colin Sanders from Maccesfield
Congratulations to all of these guys who correctly identified the three bars as the Twix Fino, Cadbury Starbar and Kinder Bueno White. Your chocolate is in the post, please let us all know what you think of it.
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SNACK OF THE WEEK ..... a new part of '7Days of Chocolate Reviews' which will feature any manner of snacking product I have been products munching on in the weekKellogg's Pop Tarts Unfrosted Brown Sugar Cinnamon
Kcal 200 Fat 7.0g Fat(sats) 2.0g Carbs 34.0g
Snack of the Week makes a triaumphant return today with the product of focus once again supplied by the merry folk over at www.AmericanSoda.co.uk Yes indeed this week my usual cereal based breakfast was again replaced by a Kellogg's Pop Tart variety - Unfrosted Brown Sugar Cinnamon.
At first I have to admit to being a little scpetical about this flavour. My common complaint with Pop Tarts in the past have been that they have been overly sweet and sickly. The explicit call out of brown sugar in the product name itself had me a little a cautious, however it was to prove to surprisnly inconsequential in the taste. The toaster pastries might not have looked as exciting without any icing, but believe me they smelt gorgeous once toasted and filled my kitchen with sweet, freshly baked pastry scents. Taste wise these also get a thumbs up. Without the icing, the outer pastry had a saltier, more savoury emphasis and this contrasted beautifuly with the sweet, slightly spiced centre. Unlike most Pop Tarts I felt more than happy eating these two at a time so collectivelly they came across as a pretty satisfing breakfast. As Pop Tarts go I would rank these up there amongst my favourite flavours.
8.0 out of 10
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