Monday, November 05, 2012

Review: Well Naturally Milk Chocolate

Now we all know that chocolate doesn’t always mean chocolate, don’t we?
There is chocolate that leaves you wishing you’d never put it in your mouth.
There is chocolate that makes you wonder why it is called chocolate
And there is chocolate that makes you go mmmmmm.
Dave’s Mum will totally be nodding right now and wondering where she has hidden some chocolate away.
She is a chocoholic! She loves chocolate.
And guess what?
It’s a genetic fault (fault?? defect?? or should that be perfection?)
Either way it’s genetic.
Dave has a sweet tooth
And the girls do too!
So when Sarah, from Wordstorm, wrote and asked if we’d like to try some “Well, Naturally Milk Chocolate”…
Yep there would have been bloodshed if I had said no and because it would have been my blood I had to say  YES!


So I bet the first thing you saw was the no added sugar?
Am I right?
Well, don’t let that fool you into thinking this chocolate isn’t any good, because it is!!
We all had a bit of the Creamy Milk and we all thought it was as chocolaty as chocolate should be!
The girls all loved it and Dave must have liked it because he was happy to sample the Fruit and Nut too!
For me, the critic with the ability to write on the blog, my taste buds went mmm but…
The only downside, that I could find, was that it didn’t leave me with that “yay I’ve had chocolate” feeling.
Now I’m not a chocoholic like the others in this house
but there are times (usually just before school pick up) where I really feel like chocolate
Just one piece will usually satisfy that  urge (and yes I can stop at one piece)
But with “Well, Naturally” I didn’t get that satisfaction feeling.
So why am I telling you this?
Well, I think that I didn’t get that feeling because I didn’t get the artificial sugar hit that I would from another chocolate brand.
”Well, Naturally” have 80% less sugar than regular chocolate bars
and have no added sugar you know that the sugar in the bar is meant to be in the bar!
and that’s got to be good, right?!

Available in the health food aisle of Woolworths, RRP $2.69

Disclosure: This is not a paid sponsored post. I received 6 complimentary Well Naturally Milk Chocolate Bars, for review purposes, and all opinions expressed are purely my own.

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1 comment:

  1. Hi there, just happened across your blog while searching for more sources of this wonderful chocolate. I hear what you mean about the 'not feeling you've eaten chocolate' and concur it is because you are missing the sugar hit.
    I've been on the keto diet for a few months now and felt the same at the beginning when eating sugar substitutes. Now my energy comes from fat, I've adapted and don't miss the sugar hit nearly as much. In the case you describe, it sounds like you need an afternoon carb hit and this chocolate just isn't capable of filling that role. Rather, it would serve you better as a low-guilt dessert after a meal or as a late night snack.


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