Hello to all my lovely bloggers! 🙂
So, today my Pappabear and I taste tested an American Candy bar, ”Whatchmacallit” which was so very, very kindly sent to me, by one of my favourite blogs and bloggers….Miss Hannah 🙂 Hannah’s blog is totally awesome, you guys need to check it out, she seriously taste tests some nommy food, and potentially saves you from eating some horrible shite, haha!
So for that, we thank you Hannah!
Please check Hannah’s blog out here and follow, she’s amazeballs!
Okies so, I was really excited about trying this bar, as the first thing I noticed was ”peanut butter”. Anything with peanut butter is just perfection, then again, it’s an American candy bar, so therefore if there wasn’t peanut butter in it, it’d be like Ireland without potatoes….
Now I apologise for my dodgy picture taking, however my camera of course died as soon as I turned it on, so had to use my phone.
This bar is described as:
Peanut-Flavoured Crisp topped with a layer of caramel and dipped in chocolate. It is a 45g bar and will set you back 230 calories.
Firsty, upon opening this bar It instantly had an overwhelming wonderful aroma of peanut butter, so I was instantly intrigued.
On first bite, I noticed how it was a unique blend of four separate flavours and three separate textures. You have the crunchiness of the little crispies, which kind of reminded me of the inside of a toffee crisp bar we have here in the UK, which I personally love. Then it continues on with a rich, smooth chocolate. Sandwiched in between is the caramel. The caramel isn’t the type of caramel I usually love, which is a flowing type of caramel you get in galaxy or cadbury caramel bars, however it had a nice chewy texture to it, kind of the texture you would get with a curly wurly bar. But Whatchamacallit contains good caramel. Lightly sweet, so thin and soft that you can enjoy its intermingling with the other flavours, especially the peanut butter.
My dad loved the peanut butter flavours and the light, crispy texture as did I. However, just like most American chocolate bars, the chocolate coating was overly sweet and had a slight cooking chocolate element to it. Dad and I both agreed that had this bar been en wrapped in Cadbury chocolate, then it would be perfection, sorry Americans, but your chocolate just is lacking so much creaminess! However, the name for this chocolate bar is too cool, especially when you’re a scatterbrain like me and call everything I can’t remember the name of ”a whatchamacallit”.
However, I did have so much fun taste testing this bar. As it is imported from America, I believe Hannah picked this bar up for £1.09 from http://www.americansweets.co.uk/
Thank you so much Hannah, once again for sending me this, I truly appreciate it!