Add butter, almond butter, vanilla extract and coconut sugar. I assumed it was a similar thing so happily bought some to try - it’s £1.50 a tin. Make sure the flakes are very evenly coated. Add the peanut butter and salt, and stir until it makes a paste. They just taste weird and wrong. Press into an 8×8 pan—either lined with wax or parchment paper, or greased very well—and freeze until completely hardened. 95 ($0.44/Ounce) The yoghurt coating is pretty thick, moreso than I was expecting and has a familiar sweet yoghurt aroma. 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When I posted this on my  Instagram  page the responses were predictably, Salted Caramel is such an obvious flavour it’s a wonder that Twix haven’t done it before now, but what’s more surprising is how wrong they managed to get it! Store in the freezer for optimum “snap.”. Boil about a minute, stirring constantly, then remove from heat. 1 cup peanut butter or allergy-friendly sub; 1 1/2 cups bran flakes or corn flakes, or another flake cereal (56g) 1/8 tsp salt, plus a little extra if using unsalted pb; optional topping: 2/3 cup chocolate chips or 1/4 cup virgin coconut oil mixed with 1/4 cup cocoa powder and vanilla stevia drops or liquid sweetener to taste in Asda called Banana Blossom in a tin. unrefined if desired, or additional maple syrup, or corn flakes, or another flake cereal (56g), optional topping: 2/3 cup chocolate chips or 1/4 cup virgin coconut oil mixed with 1/4 cup cocoa powder and vanilla stevia drops or liquid sweetener to taste. Nestle launched Butterfinger Peanut Butter Cups in the US a few years ago to compete with Reese's, and now it seems that Nestle UK have decided to launch them here too, in a Peanut Butter & Crunchy Caramel version (see pic below): !”, I thought. Overall, these are a failure in my opinion - after posting about them on Instagram the comments were mixed, some people loved them and some hated them. (Cut into bars while only somewhat frozen, or thaw the block a little before cutting.) These bars are available in multipacks from various stores now and recently launched in Tesco. I've heard there is another variety currently available at Asda: Hazelnut. All photos and text are copyright to Foodstuff Finds. Butterfinger Cups - Coconut (Sainsbury's) By @Cinabar Butterfinger from Nestle is a brand predominantly known abroad for its peanut butter products. It looked hideous!! Bring a small saucepan to low heat. It was next to the tins of Jackfruit which is a well known vegan meat alternative. Corn syrup will also work, and commenters have said brown rice syrup works as well. Then spread over the bars with a spatula and re-freeze to harden. Picture Window theme. Stir until the ingredients are combined and the mixture becomes sticky, about 3-4 minutes. So maybe they’re the marmite of new snacks! No, these are not peanut butter cups, they're something new in cup form; Nestle Butterfinger Coconut Cups! (@NLi10). They're not quite as tangy as expected, which is a good thing, they're more of a sweet yoghurt "flavoured". Simply melt the chocolate chips over low heat, stirring constantly until smooth, or mix the coconut oil with the sweetener and cocoa. The image on the wrapper looked innocent enough - battered fish pieces, only vegan! Perhaps a wise choice as white chocolate mixed with Skittles would be just a bit too sickly! 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Email: kevssnackreviews (at) for features. that's too woody a flavour for me.Coconut is nice but it's no Cabana! I wonder how the peanut butter butterfingers are compared to reesesWhat I love is the ben and jerrys peanut butter ice cream, the peanut butter cups in those I imagine are made just for ben and jerrys but they are way better than reeses which I just tried and was hugely disappointed by them. I ate them from the freezer which was nice too :). I am going to have to get myself some of the hazelnut ones to try! I had heard rumours about these some time ago and that they would be white chocolate coated, but it seems something must have changed along the way and they went with yoghurt instead.