Maltesers in packets of Revels.
Nope, perfectly happy with the Maltesers, but I’d like to see those chocolatey flying saucer things replaced by proper Minstrels. All of this obviously pales into insignificance next to the lack of veggie liquorice allsorts and marshmallows. It really is a travesty that we can more or less find the Higgs Boson, but not give veggies the finest of all sweeties!Posted 4 years agoAidanMember
All of this obviously pales into insignificance next to the lack of veggie liquorice allsorts and marshmallows. It really is a travesty that we can more or less find the Higgs Boson, but not give veggies the finest of all sweeties!
Easily available veggie marshmallow? Tunnocks Tea Cakes. Not quite the same as marshmallows by themselves, but they don’t have gelatine and they’re easy to find.Posted 4 years agoz1ppyMember
boil it into stock? Can’t believe I used to throw stuff out without draining all the goodness from it 1st.
Anyways back on subject, yes maltesers are a low blow in packets of revels, if I wanted those stupid things, I’d have bought a packet!
I’ve always wanted a “fantasy packet of revels” with just the orange (mmmMM), coffee, & Galaxy Counters (minstrels without the hard shell apparently). No maltesers, toffee (fine but ‘deer hunter-esk’ when chomping on through a packet) peanuts & raisins
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Revels_(confectionery)Posted 4 years ago
Wow I don’t remeber there ever being a coconut one!
Personally, I don’t do anything with the left over bits. I’m not an evangelical veggie; I don’t really have an opinion on what other folk eat, I don’t as a personal choice and that includes not eating anything that comes from a dead animal. “Let other people eat it” is probably as good a description of my point of view as any. Very little goes to waste in the meat processing industry regardless of whether I eat it or not.Posted 4 years ago
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