Product Type: Fox's Chocolate
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This Rocky certainly does pack a punch!
Fox's Rocky Caramel
Member Name: Drewster_Rooster
Fox's Rocky Caramel
Advantages: taste, value for money
Disadvantages: small bars
Fox's Rocky caramel bar, a quick and cheerful way to beat of chocolate cravings without piling on the pounds. A great addition to packed lunches or to have with a mid-morning cup of tea or coffee these little bars seem to always find their way into my shopping basket.
Sold in packs of 9 (DooYoos picture seems to say 10, but my pack is 9) each individual biscuit is wrapped in a cheerful yellow wrapper with the brand name across the centre, it is described as being a "Rugged biscuit with smooth caramel", personally I think the term "Rugged" is pushing it a bit but nevertheless its the taste thats important, especially with chocolate.
The chocolate coating covers the biscuit nicely, not too thick and not too thin and as you bite into one you immediately notice the sweetness of caramel, you dont get a huge amount of caramel admittedly but it is a lovely sweet contrast to the biscuit itself. I always find Fox's biscuits to have a satisfying crunch to them and these are no exceptions!
Each biscuit contains:
So cant be classed as a health food, but certainly hits the spot if you are having cravings for something sweet.
Fox's do this variety and also the chocolate covered biscuit without the caramel and both to me are always handy to have in your cupboards.
The list of ingredients is quite extensive to say its only a little bar so I wont bore you with the details, suffice to say Allergy suffered need to be aware that the product does contain Cows milk, Soya, Wheat and Gluten and does warn that the bars have been made in a factory that uses nut ingredients.
All in all then I think these are fabulous little bars to have in, and by getting a pack of 9 they should last you quite a few days if you can manage not to eat more than one at a time! Normally priced around £1.20 for a pack of 9, available on the biscuit aisles at your regular supermarkets.
4/5 for me, the bars are on the small side, but great for a cuppa or a quick fix
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