Monster Snacking- part one.

I’ve mentioned my friends at Monster Sweets on the blog before now and here I am singing their praises once again.
Since I last posted I’ve been lucky enough to try several more products from the site, including some I was sent for review purposes. This does not however affect what I’m about to write below- Monster Sweets just supply the goods, not make them!
I’ve tried these several times in the past- in fact I am quite obsessed with them so was delighted when a pack turned up at my door. I wish the UK carried more varieties of M&Ms as there are so many more out there, most of which I have tried! These will forever have a special spot in my heart though, traditional M&M chocolate and crispy shell filled with smooth, creamy and slightly salty peanut butter. As long as you’re not allergic to nuts you’re on to a winner with these. Trust me. 

This was a product I’d up until now looked at from afar but was yet to try. Partly because I’m a creature of habit when it comes to chocolate and partly because it contains whole nuts which make my throat itch. However in the name of blogging and curiosity I decided to ignore that minor detail and dive in. I almost wish I hadn’t, this was SO good. Seriously, I could eat another right now for breakfast. A winning combination of caramel, peanut, almond nougat and white fudge this was an absolute party in my mouth. It’s a shame I have a mild intolerance as the discomfort means I can’t eat these as often as I’d like. It was worth every second of itching though. 

A dark chocolate version of a Mars bar, essentially. With the name of a UK childhood favourite. I wasn’t quite sure what to expect from this but the dark chocolate combined with the white nougat and smooth caramel didn’t leave me dissapointed. The dark chocolate made this less sickly sweet than the version we know and love over here which gives it a winning edge for me. It’s also good for portion control if that’s a concern as the richness and taste sensation of the dark chocolate means you can’t eat as much in one sitting (in theory at least).
This is only part one of my Monster Sweets reviews as there was also a stash of Ritter Sport in the package. That’s been handed over to the boy though, as I thought it about time he made a contribution….that and he’s such a chocaholic that his opinion matters!
Whilst you wait for the next installment take a look at the Monster Sweets website and let me know what you’d like to try or what you’d like to see in up-coming reviews. I place orders regularly so it won’t be a chore, their prices and shipping costs are exceedingly reasonable which just fuels my spending!
You can keep up with all the new arrivals by liking the facebook page or following on twitter,
say hello too. I’ve never know such a friendly shop owner!
P.S. use discount code MONSWT-5% to claim 5% off your order. 

6 comments for “Monster Snacking- part one.

  1. Never heard of Zero, sounds like my kind of thing. One part Oreo, one part Aero

  2. I love M&Ms, any variety or flavour!

  3. oh yum I love peanut butter m&ms. i also like the look of that milky way but have never seen them in australia.

  4. Liz

    Peanut butter M&Ms sound divine… I want some! xx

  5. I miss commenting since I started reading on my phone (it just can’t handle it). This post made me get my laptop out though! I need all of those in my life!!! I think I will have to order myself some peanut butter M&M’s right now. Definitely necessary! xx

  6. Ooh have wanted to try the Midnight Milky way bar for ages, now I definitely must! (:

    Sophie xx