Nestlé Peanut Butter Kit Kat Chunky

28 04 2007

Peanut Butter Kit Kat Chunky

I remember when this first came out. I was working in my local Morrisons warehouse when a delivery arrived. And on that delivery, was a pallet full of these; Peanut Butter Kit Kat Chunkies. I had imported these from Canada previously and loved them, and now they’d be here! Surely this would be a good thing.

The packaging is a bright yellow, and all the words are big and loud on the front – ‘KIT KAT CHUNKY PEANUT BUTTER’ – with 269 calories per bar. On the back is the caloric information and a short description of the bar; ‘Crisp wafer finger with a creamed peanut topping (20%) covered with milk chocolate’, sounds nice, eh?

And by gum it is. It’s absolutely delicious. I in fact don’t like regular peanut butter much at all, I find it to be really dry and just altogether pretty nasty. But this is different, this is just superb. I love Nestle for making these, they’re just so good. Now, I had this one when I was starving, and found it to hit the spot just right, but my thinking is that it could be a little sickly if you were to eat it as part of a full lunch.

It’s basically a regular Kit Kat Chunky with the peanut butter sat right on top of the wafer, below a thin layer of milk chocolate, and it works so well. More peanut butter-chocolate hybrids should be brought over here, because this has shown that it can be done, and done well.

It has 269 calories per bar, 27.5g of Carbs, 15.8g of Fat and 4.2g of Protein. I highly suggest you pick these up whether you like peanut butter or not, because you’ll probably end up liking them.




15 responses

1 05 2007

I don’t know why they don’t have those in the States. We’re peanut-land, aren’t we?

1 05 2007

That’s what I thought, and I hate to rub it in, but you’re really missing out. Canada’s got them though so if you’re ever on a trip up there then it might be worth just taking a look around.

1 06 2007

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm i love these bars 😛 😛 have one everyday!

13 08 2008
L.A. Stewart

Just wanna know where I can buy a bulk order like 24/48 or 100. I live in Mississauga Ontario Canada, thanks.

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