These are the popular American Twinkies but...covered in chocolate! We are not sure why they are called 'Chocodiles' when they don't look too much like crocodiles, but it doesn't stop us from calling them that!
Back after an absence of 10 years, much to everyone's delight in the states, the Chocodile is a spongey cake filled with cream and covered in a layer of chocolate.
Price is for 1 Chocodile
Sugar; Partially Hydrogenated Palm Kernel Oil; Partially Hydrogenated Coconut Oil; Partially Hydrogenated Palm Oil; Cocoa Powder; Emulsifiers (E471; Soy Lecithin); Whey (from Milk); Natural and Artificial Flavour; Water; Bleached Wheat Flour; Corn Syrup; Glucose-Fructose Syrup; Partially Hydrogenated Soybean Oil; Partially Hydrogenated Cottonseed Oil; Partially Hydrogenated Canola Oil; Beef Fat; Emulsifier (E435); Dextrose; Dried Eggs; Modified Corn Starch; Glucose; Raising Agents (E450; E500; E341); Corn Starch; Glycerol; Salt; Preservatives (E200; E202); Emulsifiers (E466; E481); Stabilisers (E415; E516); Enzymes; Colours (E102; E129); Wheat Flour.
Per pack (net weight 41g): Energy (Kcal) 170; Fat 8g; Carbohydrates 24g; of which sugars 18g; Protein 1g; Sodium 140mg
The Fluff is here! The delicious American marshmallow spread. It's pretty amazing stuff and and kind of strange too, if we're honest. It may seem a bit odd at first but, we guarantee, once you tried it once you will be addicted to the fluff.
Fluff can be eaten in many different ways. You can use it as a spread in sandwiches or on toast, you can make fudge out of it, you can use it as a cake filling or you can just eat it straight out of the tub!
Corn Syrup; Sugar; Egg Whites; Flavouring (Vanillin)
Per Tub (net weight 213g): Energy (Kcal) 720; Fat 0g; Carbohydrates 180g; of which sugars 108g; Protein 0g; Sodium 90mg