Betcha don’t know that word. I sure didn’t, until one day I came home, opened the cabinet to rummage for snacks, and found a mysterious red package.

Mysterious packages don’t last very long in my house. I ripped it open.

And I found…

A “peanut confection.”

And then this happened:


And then…


Anyway, you know that happy feeling when you discover a new thing to eat? That warm, fuzzy, contented, slightly victorious, smug feeling of your stomach telling the world, “That’s right! I’m one step closer to eating everything out there!” That’s how I felt after I discovered this candy.

It was crumbly.

It was sweet.

It was rich.

It was peanuts, so it was also healthy!

And it went great with milk. Highly recommend it if you find it anywhere.

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