Lay's White Rabbit Rich Toffee
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Lay's White Rabbit Rich Toffee

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Taste test: OK, we've got a weird one! These are indeed Lay's Potato Chips, made from sliced potato, but unlike just about every other flavor, they're sweet, promising to emulate the taste of a popular brand of toffee. In terms of appearance, you would never have known, as they had the light yellow color, gentle curves and occasional bumps of normal Lay's.

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I crunched in to find that the sweetness was definitely there, but it was relatively minor. It was a very subtle taste compared to eating toffees, but the mild toffee taste was nice. The mix of a bit of saltiness with the sweetness had me eating lots of these!

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Smell test: Definitely not your udual potato chips smell. Sweet, sugary, a bit refreshing.

From the package: “Ingredients: Potato flour, vegetable oil, spregelatinized starch, seasonings (sugar, glucose, salt, MSG, seasoning powder, maltodextrin, flavoring, silicon dioxide, citric acid, D-malic acid, aspartame, 5'-taste disodium nucleotide, whole milk powder), sugar, food additives(mono- and di-oil fatty acid esters, phospholipids, β-carotene), salt.”

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Company: Pepsico China (China)

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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Kam Man Foods, Quincy. Review published .

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