Where to begin with a treat this meshugenah? Made of milk chocolate, salted peanuts, toasted rice, toffee and matzo, Ungapotchkies take every craving you have and handle it. They’re sweet, the deep sweetness you only get from milk chocolate, with a creamy, almost honeylike flavor overall. They’re satisfyingly crunchy and impossible to walk away from. You’ve never tasted anything like them, bubbalah.
Tip of the Tongue:
So what’s an Ungapotchkie? Literally, “too much going on,” in the original Yiddish. But today, oddly enough, it’s exactly what it sounds like. A chocolate-covered treat that looks a little messy, and tastes entirely perfect. It’s so good, you’ll call your mother. Who would probably love to hear from you.
42% Belgian Milk Chocolate (pure cane sugar, whole milk powder, cacao butter, cacao beans, soy lecithin, vanilla bean), Caramelized Crisps (sugar, tapioca syrup, toasted rice (rice, sugar, glucose, natural malt flavor, salt), butter) Peanuts, Matzo (unbleached wheat flour, water, sunflower oil, sea salt), Sea Salt