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  1. Three-Cookies

    I have never seen this brand, will surely buy it when I see it. Lingonberry is a popular condiment to meatballs – and I imagine it goes well with white chocolate.

  2. Louise

    Haha. Only you could put fruit roll ups in your tasting notes! I’ve heard of lingonberries, and aspire to try lingonberry jam some time, but haven’t had any as yet.

  3. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    Mmm! They really didn’t skimp on the berries, did they? I think I would like this one.

  4. Victoria (District Chocoholic)

    I”ll meet you on the playground. With white chocolate ligonberry bar cookies.

  5. Lauren

    “…when I was in primary school, I used to hang from the monkey bars by my knees with my arms pointing down to the ground, swing myself backwards and forwards to build up momentum, and then flip myself off to land right-side up.”

    Oh my gosh, that is just opposite of me in every possible way. I am so terrified of bodily injury. I’ve even become scared of roller coasters as I’ve gotten older.

    You passed up a successful career in Cirque du Soleil, I think.

  6. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    Oh the joys of childhood and monkey bars (and those plain bars that allowed for even more swinging, twirling and hanging) 🙂 These days I think I’d get a headache if upside down for long, but it didn’t seem to be a problem back then!

    On chocolate matters, you do a good job of convincing me this could be a white chocolate I might just like! And I am determined to find a use for squoodgy this week 😛

  7. Julia @ Boredom Abounds

    Oh yum – I love white chocolate with berries in it, sounds perfect!

  8. Junia @ Mis Pensamientos

    lol you should be a professional chocolate taster!! 😀

  9. Anna johnston

    I’ll meet you in the playground, although, I do hope your being careful, the bars would be super slippery. So this choccy sounds AMAZING. Goopey … My kinda word. I’m a fan. You certainly know just the thing to say to brighten ones day. Love love my dear bestie! Xxx

  10. JohannaGGG

    White chocolate always takes me back to my childhood – I suspect I must have eaten more of it then – or maybe it is just the sweetness that reminds me how much I loved sweet food as a child – As for the monkey bars – we had a set in our backyard that I loved even after our neighbour fell off and broke her arm.

  11. betty

    this looks delicious 🙂

  12. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    I got a strangely secret thrill that you tried a Finnish chocolate. Not that I’m a Finn but half of Mr NQN is so by default I get excited. But I get excited a lot 😛

  13. Susan

    I am not the biggest fan of white chocolate, but this looks really good.

  14. Leah

    I really love white chocolate at the moment. I used to hate it! This one sounds devine. I really love your post’s Hannah!

  15. msihua

    Really? The monkey bars? Well I’ll be waiting on the see-saw for someone to go for an up and down bumpy ride with me… or the spinning thing.. what’s that called? The one that makes you dizzy and want to throw up and die after very fast rounds??

  16. Fatbooo

    Yet another unusual combination! I’m so envious you get all these amazing blocks to try. 😉

  17. Tina @ Faith Fitness Fun

    White choc is my favorite and this just looks unfreakingbelieavable good!

  18. Margaret

    Am I missing something? Why does the packaging display a picture of milk chocolate, when the inside is white??
    I think there is a lack of good quality white chocolate with berries – I think Lindt should do one, like their Swiss Gold with almond brittle.
    A little tart is nice……I mean tart berries, (I’m not calling you a tart)! 😉

  19. Christine @ Merf In Progress

    Never heard of ligonberries, eh? I guess you don’t shop (err, eat) at IKEA?

  20. Emma

    We used to do penny drops off the bars all the time as well. I do remember that once, a girl flew off the bar incorrectly and hit her face or something on the nearby slide. I didn’t see it, but remember coming out for recess and seeing an ambulance, and then a huge smear of blood all over the slide and down beneath. She must have reached some critical velocity previously unmatched by everyone else! Like trying to go all the way around the swings or something.

    I like to have lingonberries on my lefse at Christmastime. I do prefer that it stays clear of my Swedish meatballs, though. And my pickled herring.

  21. Errign

    I rather think squoodgy is going to be my word of the day. I’ll let you know how it goes.

  22. Karly

    I do hope you enjoyed it and thought of me! :p

  23. Amber Shea @Almost Vegan

    There’s a teeny tiny town in central Kansas called Lindsborg, and that town is super duper Swedish from head-to-toe. Stores there sell everything-lingonberry, from jams to pies to cookies to, who knows, maybe even chocolate. When you visit here, we should take a road trip there just to buy a jar of lingonberry jam, then eat it all with a spoon on the drive home. 😀

  24. Kate (What Kate is Cooking)

    Lingonberry totally makes me think of IKEA! I’ve bought lingonberry jam there before 🙂

  25. Vaala ◪

    Me! Me! Me! I’ll meet you there!! Because I was a child of scary imagination I used to find playing what’s the time Mr Wolf really scary…but I am big and brave now.

  26. Sarah

    It looks amazing! I also thought it must have come from IKEA.

  27. Adrian (Food Rehab)

    Dang..check out them chunky pieces! Far more generous than the strawberry white chocolate I have in the pantry.

    OK…I’ll meet you at the playground…for the NOSTALGIA.

  28. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    The kids at Baan Dada in Thailand where I volunteer LOVE playing what’s the time mr wolf 🙂 so cute. I thought them. & after the 15 months I was apart from them, they remembered the game! love. Oh & this chocolate looks amazing…even for white chocolate!
    Heidi xo

  29. Kath (My Funny Little Life)

    I didn’t even know there was something like Finnish chocolate! 😯 (Shame on me.) And it looks devine! 😀