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Snickers Fudge

Snicker’s Fudge is the latest limited edition that has reached the shelves as of late. It was supposed to be in store by August, but I didn’t end up seeing any until late September and Early October. They were also kinda hard to find, I looked in many places and it wasn’t until I went to Rite Aid did I find them in a aisle display. Talk about the thrill of the hunt!

So what is a Snicker’s Fudge? The wrapper explains “Fudge with peanut butter nougat & peanuts wrapped in milk chocolate”, but that doesn’t help me much. Why is there no mention of fudge? I’m very confused. I guess the only way to really find out is to eat it, right?

Opening the wrapper it smells like a Milky Way bar: chocolatey, sweet, and creamy. I get no hints of peanuts or salt like I do with normal Snickers bars. The bar looks like a normal Snicker’s from the outside, but once I took a bit, you immediately see (and taste) the difference. Here’s how the construction works: under all the enrobing, the top is peanuts and a chocolate fudge ripple, and the bottom the peanut butter nougat. So it looks like they replaced the caramel with fudge.

The first bite immediately delivers a fresh peanut taste, with a strong salty/sweet combination of the nuts and chocolate coating. The center has this dry graininess to it, like real fudge has. The nougat is less fluffy than normal, and it’s a little more dense. The lack of caramel makes it much drier, and stickier to chew.

I was disappointed with this bar. I knew I wouldn’t find a limited edition to take the Snicker’s Rockin’ Nut Road as my favorite, but I was still hoping for something that was at least interesting. This bar did nothing for me, it was just boring.

Do check out Cybele’s review for her opinion and delicious photos.

Rating: Not Worth It

 

Not Worth It

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