Yes, I chose these because they’re so small and I have a weakness for tiny things. Peanut butter also seems to be ending up in my hands a lot lately. I wasn’t really expecting the most here, though, especially considering the boring clear box.
But I found them worth looking into. Since summer is essentially here now, they’ve had to spend most of their time in the refrigerator lest they turn into a hopeless peanut butter-chocolate soup. The milk chocolate seems a decent quality. It makes up a big enough percentage to tell it isn’t just here for the idea. The filling is like fresh peanut butter with that oh, so tempting saltiness thrown in.
Being about the size of an ear of corn (though still with their peanut butter cup shape), it’s easy to lose track of how many you eat. Well, the nutrition facts do call twenty-seven one serving, which sounds like a lot, but that’s only about forty-two grams.
Now, looking at them, I thought they might make nice chocolate chips, so I had to test out the theory. Everyone agreed that they added a depth to the cookies, especially with their slightly bigger (for chocolate chips, that is) size. Either way you eat them, I’m quite happy with this find. And if it’s too hot that you think they’ll all melt and stick to each other before you get home, you can always rescue them by eating them all in the car after getting your groceries.