I am well overdo for a new post! I am planning on writing reviews on Chick-fil-A breakfast but, I do not currently have the pictures with me. I would love to include the pictures so I will instead review something else right now.
When we were in Georgia for Thanksgiving, we stopped at a gas station and went inside. My mom decided that she wanted to buy something so we walked around and looked for something we don’t normally see. We decided on two candy bars – a Whatchamacallit and a Thingamajig. I have seen the Whatchamacallit before in Naples, but have never seen the Thingamajig. We don’t normally eat a lot of candy but purchased these two bars anyways. We tried the Whatchamacallit right after purchase and it was okay. The Thingamajig didn’t get tried and made its way back home with us. I put it into the pantry and totally forgot about it. Last week, I rediscovered it and decided I must try it. I cut it into 3 pieces and ate it with my lunch over 3 days.
The description of the Thingamajig is as follows: Chocolate, cocoa crisps and peanut butter. When I cut the bar, the layer of cocoa crisps and peanut butter were both very apparent. My first bite of this Thingamajig was great. The cocoa crisps were crispy yet soft and the mixture of them with the peanut butter and chocolate was excellent. The chocolate isn’t overpowering and the combination of the flavors mix excellently.
Crunch bars so the eggs at Easter time that have the peanut butter in them too. I love these eggs but the Thingamajig was an even better combination of the flavors. I loved everything about the Thingamajig. The cocoa crisps were different then the crisps within a Crunch bar and I certainly prefer the Thingamajig crisps.
I love the combination of chocolate and peanut butter but sometimes the peanut butter has a funny taste to it. The Thingamajig had no funny tastes whatsoever. The peanut butter was creamy and tasty. The chocolate was not overly powerful and did not leave a funny after taste in my mouth.
Overall, I would give the Thingamajig a 9/10. It loses a point purely because I have not seen them at all in Naples and I would love to have another. If you run across a Thingamajig, be sure to try it. You won’t be disappointed.