Product Type: Cadbury Chocolate
Newest Review: ... reality it is not that chewy and I am imagining it but be careful all the same. Chomps can be picked up in new agents for around 20p which... more
cheap as chips.. i mean.. chocolate
Member Name: chazababy
Advantages: Tastes good, cheap, and can be found in newsagents or supermarkets :o)
Disadvantages: Can be a little messy is soft but sometimes that the fun in enjoying something
When I was a small child, after my Father had been to the shop for the paper on a Sunday he would bring me in one of these. Well.... Either one of these or a fudge which I have also done a review on. (please see if your interested.) Seen as it so yummy I thought I would tell you my experience with it.
The chocolate bar comes in a plastic wrapper (recycle) which is mainly red is colour with purple ends. On the front of the wrapper has the Cadbury logo and the name Chomp in big yellow letters which makes the chocolate bar easier to recognise. Along with the name n fab design you will also find the price is also stated on the front. The back of the wrapper has the nutritional information, ingredients, contact details for Cadbury and the best before date. For a better idea on how it looks see picture as above.
The Chomp chocolate bar is made by Cadburys, it has a caramel centre with a thin layer of chocolate. The chocolate bar is about 8-9cm in length and is quite thick and chewy.
For those with allergies I have included the ingredients. They are as follows:
caramel (70%) (glucose syrup, sweetened condensed skimmed milk, vegetable oil, glucose fructose syrup, sugar, flavourings, salt, emulsifier.
milk chocolate (sugar, dried whole milk, cocoa butter, cocoa mass, dried whey, vegetable fat, emulsifier, flavourings.
~*~*Contains milk! May contain traces of nuts, egg and soya!!*~*~
You can buy these from most supermarkets and can always be found in your local newsagents. Years ago you used to be able to find them for 10 pence bar, but now what with the credit crunch n all everything has gone up including these chocolate bars which can now be found for 17 pence.
Nutritional values are as follows:
Each bar contains:
When I was a small child the Chomp was a favourite of mine. In fact even to this day it is still a favourite of mines. As many things these days it a shame to see that they have gone up in price. You know what they say.... Look after those pennies and the pounds look after themselves bit hard to do with everything going up in price. Never the less these chocolate bars are still a great price at 17 pence doesn't break the bank and they are great for children to buy with their pocket money. To be honest with you I think they are just the right size that children should be having. I mean lets me honest chocolate isn't good for children at the best of times but this small bar would be more than enough for them.
I really like these if I'm honest I like it when they are in room temperature and as you bite into them, then your jaws go to release and you are removing the chocolate bar from your mouth the stringy caramel stretches with you. Quite funny if I'm honest as I always get into a mess. How ever if the bar comes from the fridge I think you get more taste of the flavour. As you bite into it the thin layer of the chocolate cracks and feels a nice texture in your mouth.
I would recommend that you try one and would rate the product a 5 out of 5. I hope that my reivew was of some use to you thanks for taking the time to read it, it s very much appreciated.
Summary: All in review, now the choice is up to you :o)
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