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  1. CheezyK

    G’day, sounds to me like you need to add a fairy blow torch to your kitchen arsenal …

  2. Em

    I think that would have to be the oddest looking block of chocolate I have ever seen. 🙂

  3. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    Ooh I’m attracted to the campfire name I must admit! LOL ok this is funny because I just cooked with molasses and I saw some recipes refer to it as fancy and I felt like my molasses just wasn’t fancy enough 😛

  4. LEngineer

    I can’t believe it – it’s INSIDE OUT chocolate!

  5. Lou

    This looks and sounds quite weird, but I know I would secretly LOVE it – as my deep dark secret is that I love chocolate with biscuit-like pieces in it (shhhh don’t tell anyone) Ummm I kinda really love Cadbury’s Black Forest but that’s just between you & me OK? Particularly when FROZEN, and I know you’re not meant to do that with chocolate. Don’t hate me.

  6. Laura @ Sprint 2 the Table

    Whoa… you may have convinced me to get over my hatred of milk chocolate for this one. It’s like graham cracker heaven in there!

  7. Libby

    +1 for the red ‘eh’ sticker. Haha I agree with you, if I saw a ‘G’day’ sticker on chocolate bar in Australia, I’d be like ‘Yeah…. nah.’

    PS: Got your message on Facebook. I will reply soon – don’t have access to fb at work!

  8. Jess (cheshirekitykat)

    Oh. My. God. I saw this while drinking a glass of wine after work and promptly went out and bought the ingredients to make this –>

    Aaaand ate handfuls of dry cereal in the car ride home. What? It’s cold here. Comfort food is a necessity. 😉

  9. Catherine

    Mmm I’m really not sure about marshmallows. Brutal childhood experience involving an unhappy stomach, you know..

  10. Kath Lockett

    Want! Too sweet is never sweet enough. Eh?

  11. Gabby @ the veggie nook

    Yup, we Canadians are pretty fancy, what can I say?

  12. Camille

    Is that the same packaging as that chocolate company in France? You know, the one with the disappointing milk chocolate and salted caramel bar, and with the good dark chocolate piment d’espelette bar?

    This chocolate offends me, but not for the reasons you think. It’s the “graham squares” which are clearly Golden Grahams cereal, which resemble actual graham crackers about as much as Froot Loops resemble any actual fruit. And you’re right, toasting the marshmallows would be an improvement. as would a dark chocolate base. And maybe some of those Reese’s bites. Yeah, now we’re talking. So basically, I would just make it entirely different. 🙂

  13. Debi

    Oh, that looks so yummy. I think I’m going to have to go make me a gluten-free S’more now!

  14. kale

    such a fun chocolate bar! i imagine it reminding me of fun times around the campfire. love graham crackers!

  15. Johanna GGG

    you may have a touch of cultural cringe but I am glad you still refer to bulla ice cream in the tasting notes – I rarely eat that ice cream but it still make it sound homey. I am always curious about graham crackers and constantly mean to make some – so this chocolate sounds good to me even if a little sweeeeeet

  16. msihua

    Toasty melty goodness .. mmm.. that sounds like a challenge!

  17. Louise

    I can totally see the appeal of the eh sticker! And fancy molasses (why do I say that in my head with a bad southern accent though?). I don’t think I ever tried graham crackers, and have certainly never had a smore, but can understand the appeal of this bar.

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