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Asda Milk Chocolate Bubbly Bar

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Brand: Asda / Type: Milk

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      30.08.2011 07:13
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      A lovely chocolate bar.

      After trying Asda's own branded version of Aero's (but in white chocolate) I was unsure whether to bother with the milk chocolate version, the white chocolate version wasn't that good!

      After deciding that I should practise what I preach (how do you know you don't like it if you have never tried it), I picked a bag up, and at 99p for a bag of 15 treat sized bars (about the size of a penguin bar), I would be daft not to!

      As with the other version this comes in a large sealed pouch, with the bars within being individually wrapped for freshness and ease of use.

      The outer pack contains all the relevant information, product name (which is rather ridiculously called hands of my milk chocolate bubbly bars....nice short and memorable!), quantities, nutritional information and finally a lovely picture of a half eaten bar, with a rather random black and white picture of a gonky looking kid trying to steal it!?

      Once the bar has been unwrapped (twice, once from the outer, then from the individual wrap), you are faced with a rather creamy coloured chocolate bar, smelling nice and sweet, but nothing like normal chocolate, (at this point I wasn't too hopeful, as it did smell ok, but not like chocolate!).

      To see the "bubbles" you have to bite into it, which I did (for research of course!) and was more than pleasantly surprised!

      The chocolate was sweet and creamy, but not sickly in anyway, with there being a nice chocolaty taste, though not at all cheap (like the white version!).

      The bubbles give the bar a lovely texture, with the impression that the chocolate is melting from the second it touches the tongue, making the eating of each bar a lovely experience....so much so that I had three!

      The nutritional information is as follows -
      Per bar,
      55 kcal,
      0.8g protein,
      5.5g carbohydrates,
      5.4g or which is sugars,
      3.3g fat,
      2.1g of which saturates,
      0.2g fibre
      Trace of sodium.

      Allergy advice states that this contains milk and soya, and may contain traces of nuts and peanuts.

      These are a lovely chocolate bar, that is small enough for you to be able to have one as a treat (if you are dieting) and ideally sized for the children's lunchboxes, without actually filling them all with stodge, recommended!

      For more information visit - www.asda.com

      Thanks for reading x

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