Saturday, October 25, 2008

nom

Do not look at the ingredients. Do not look at the calories...

...chocolate malt ice cream, caramel and crunchy pretzel pieces, all covered in milk chocolate. I know it probably doesn't even have real chocolate and it's nothing fancy - heck it's practically up there with Cheetos (love!) as far as trailer trash cuisine goes - but...oh my goodness. Sweet and gooey and salty and crunchy and yeah...perfect. I can quite easily imagine myself selling my soul for one of these on certain days out of each month.

I don't eat that many sweets or snacks so, much to my dismay, an entire bar has left me a bit queasy - but I'm willing to share!

What would you do for a Klondike bar?

9 comments:

Carteach0 said...

I would let you shoot my Colt for the entire time it took me to eat the bar.

alan said...

Klondike, no.

I'm there for the Cheetos though. Love em.

Christina LMT said...

Just about anything.

Heath said...

I'd shoot algore in teh kneecaps and enjoy said klondike bar while listenting to the AlGore howl in agony..

B Smith said...

I just had a big, wide slice of strawberry-rhubarb pie tonight.
Eat your heart out.

Brigid said...

Easy cheap fix. Get some of those Snyder pretzels they have at Heinens. The ones that are cross hatched shaped. Put square of Cadberry Carmello bar on top. Bake in a 250 oven for about 5 minutes - top with a sugar coated pecan.

Cool just long enough to pop in your mouth. I made these for the guys at work one day on break in our oven and there was a stampede.

Zdogk9 said...

Take a 6" square of puff pastry dough, put a layer of apples sliced 1/8" thick on top. Sprinkle it with cinnamon sugar, top with a thin pat of butter. Bake for 10 minutes. Sound like a trade?
After reading about bacon topped apple pie the other day I'm thinking of topping with a couple slices of 3/4 cooked bacon.

Old NFO said...

I'd trade em for Eskimo bars :-)

Atomic said...

...Oh goddammit I hate you so much. I had no idea these EXISTED until now.

-LabRat