Newish supermarket snacks you've investigated


#1

Got these before from Tescos. Thought they’d be like a chocolate Rich Tea, but they’re properly thin. Had a whole packet. 9/10.


#2

god i’ve missed that kitchen counter.


#3

Almost made a thread about the same thin(g)s. Absolutely demolished an entire pack and will do again.


#4

Thins are big in at the moment. Odd they’re more moreish.


#5

Have you have RITZ THINS, Theo, my old buddy, my old pal?


#6

Dark chocolate ones > Milk chocolate imho

Letting them chill in the fridge is my tip


#7

Sainsos pretzels
6/10


#8

M&Ms Peanut & Hazelnut

The Hazelnut M&Ms were awesome, shame they were mostly peanut :frowning: 7/10


#9

Correct on both counts.

As with all chocolate, the freezer is your friend.


#10

Just getting in to toffifees at the moment. Don’t know if they count though.


#11

Apple turnovers from Sainsbury’s! Love discovering stuff I can still eat


#12

Just for the record are you pretending you freeze bars of chocolate?


#13

Have been eating too much of these in the last few weeks. Have had to stop buying otherwise I eat the lot in one sitting.


#14

Next time you’re planning on having a dooby, stick a packet of orange Clubs in the freezer for a couple of hours beforehand, it’ll change your life. The softer chocolate is the less pleasant it is to eat…think about it.


#15

Can’t recall ever having a lovely orange Club bar and thinking, oh this would be better if it was much harder, but I’m willing to accept you may have considered doing it once or twice.


#16

The woman has bought me some ‘bagel thins’ for my lunch this week. I’ll let you know tomorrow…

@bugduv @Ruffers

My housemate used to put his chocolate in the freezer, I can see it’s not for everyone though. Personally I find fridge temperature does the job for me.


#17

Humanity just never ceases to reach new lows does it


#18

Are you suggesting any sort of refrigeration is too much?


#19

Ah nah everything (most things) in moderation


#20

No but man… I want to now