Skippy P.B. Bites Double Peanut Butter
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Skippy P.B. Bites Double Peanut Butter

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Taste test: This jar was shaped roughly like a peanut butter jar and said "Skippy" on it, but it wasn't a jar of peanut butter. Instead, it had not-particularly-spherical balls, averaging a half-in in diameter, that had a peanut butter color on the outside and promised a "peanut butter flavored center with peanut butter coating."

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I didn't really know what that meant, so I just opened it up, grabbed one and bit in to find out. There seemed to be three things going on: the outer PB coating, a thin layer in between that looked like it was maybe chocolate, and a soft core also made from peanut butter, with a similar texture but a slightly darker color. I thought at first that maybe the center was sweeter than the outside, but when I sucked away the outside on one, it seemed just the opposite, maybe less sweet. Anyway, the feel was soft throughout, and the taste and texture were quite good.

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Smell test: Very mild peanut butter smell.

From the package: “portable, pop-able snacks completely covered in Skippy® peanut butter coating”

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Company: Hormel Foods Sales, LLC

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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Star Market (formerly Shaws, and Star Market again before that), Porter Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Review published .

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