Once again I fall for the magic flavor combination of peanuts and chocolate. I’d barely seen these biscuits before they were in my shopping basket. But such a winning formula has a long way to fall if it doesn’t work. Here’s what I found.
Fingers of Salted Peanut flavor biscuit with a milk chocolate coating.
The individual tastes of peanut, chocolate, sweetness, and salt all come through, and are well-balanced. The salt is especially complementary to the sweetness.
There are three main textures: the crunchiness of the biscuits, the softer layer of chocolate on the outside, and an extra crispiness coming from “Wheat Crunchies” dispersed through the biscuit. The combination is successful—unusual and pleasantly compelling.
Serving size: 21 g (4 biscuits)
Fat: 5.6 g
Carbohydrate: 11.1 g (5.9 g sugar)
Protein: 1.4 g
Thankfully Cadbury’s Salted Peanut Crunch Fingers live up to the chocolate and peanut promise—it’s such a good combination, and so disappointing when you can’t detect one or the other. Interestingly there are no peanuts listed in the ingredients panel, so obviously the peanut flavor is artificial. Mostly notable only because it tasted so genuine to me.
These biscuits are quite delicious, and I’ve bought them many times.
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