Somehow we have managed to make it 8 days in to October already so the countdowns to Halloween and of course Christmas are well on the way in the confectionery world.
This week we have seen reviews from ...
Toblerone Snow Top - See HERE
'Bits & Bobs' - American Soda Selection - See HERE
Hershey's Payday (Revisited) - See HERE
.... and several of you lovely people have been Re-tweeting and sharing these posts with your friends via Twitter. This of course put you folks in my grand draw for the chance to win some Ritter Sport chocolate, and I can reveal that Twitter user @slay3rx has won this time around. Congratulations - I will be in contact via Twitter to get your prize sent along ASAP.
Coming up next week we have two special posts rather than the three reviews. Monday & Tuesday will be a special one from Hotel Chocolat, and Wednesday we have a special Ritter Sport interview post which will take you up to the weekend. I really hope you enjoy both of those - I eagerly await your feedback.
Have great weekends
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 weekMr Kipling Fiendish Fancies
Kcal 106 Fat 2.7g Fat(sats) 1.2g Carbs 19.5g
The Halloween reviews begin here :D Indeed after several weeks of requests (and even Christmas themed reviews haha!) I have finally wilted to demand and I today bring you my first review for 2011. Reading that back it almost seems like I'm complaing :D as you will go on to read today, reviewing these Mr Kipling Fiendish Fancies was no hard or strenuous task.
These Fiendish Fancies are of course Mr Kipling's famous Fondant Fancies, but with a Halloween lick of paint. Described as 'Orange flavour sponge fancies with a vanilla topping' they cost me a mere £1.00 in Sainsbury's and will of course be available for a limited period until Halloween is done with. Before trying these I hadn't had a Fondant Fancie for years so when it came to the taste test the nostalgic feelings came flooding back. The light vanilla hinted sponge, sweet as sin fruity, chocolatey icing and glorious blob of vanilla cream instantly transported my mind back to kiddie parties I went to in my younger days. I thought these tasted great and they just gave me a nice warm, comforting feeling inside :D I thought Halloween was meant to be scary.
8.1 out of 10
Have you seen the Hotel Chocolat Halloween line up this year? SEE HERE
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