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Frito Lay Chokis
Snack Review

Frito Lay Chokis

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Taste test: These roughly spherical balls of chocolate had smooth milk chocolate exteriors, with a light crunch, airy feel and rich milk chocolate taste upon biting in.

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After eating a few pieces by just popping the whole piece into my mouth, I bit open a cross-section of one and was very surprised to find that the interior looked like a plain corn puff. So all of that chocolate was coming from the coating. It all worked out really well. Like these a whole lot!

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Smell test: Nice chocolate and caramel smell. (Surprised by the caramel!)

From the package: “Chocolatosas y Deliciosas!”

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Company: Pepsico Alimentos Colombia Ltda. (Colombia)

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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Fiesta Mart, Austin, Texas. Review published March 2018.

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