These wrappers make me feel fancy.
Out of the wrapper, the bar looks exactly like their chocolate almond sibling.
Where the Klondike shell is thin, this one is thick and way more satisfying. I love crunch and this one sure delivers. The thickness leads to it being very structurally sound. When bit into, it only seemed to crack around where I was biting and not into big pieces like the Klondike tends to do. Blue Bunny easily wins the shell competition.
Okay with that out of the way, time to move onto the ice cream. This part is pretty much a tossup between the two. The ice cream alone is eerily similar between the two. The taste isn’t all that different though Blue Bunny’s texture seems to be a bit denser and creamier which makes sense seeing as Klondike uses a lower fat ice cream. The main difference is when eating this as a whole you can taste the toffee ice cream a lot more in the Klondike version. I’m pretty sure that’s mainly due to the thinner shell to not compete all that much with the ice cream.
Still, the shell on these bars is just so amazing I don’t mind the lower intensity of toffee flavor. Heck, I can just eat the shell and then the ice cream or vice versa. My only gripe is the same one I have with all of these Cadbury bars, they’re way too tiny! The Heath Klondike bar is filling on its own. I feel like I’d need to have a couple of these to truly be completely content. Blue Bunny, can we just amp the size of these already? Magnum now makes minis so it’s only natural that you guys create a bigger bar!
Verdict? A worthy competitor to my beloved Heath Klondike bar
Buy Again? It might end up taking the Klondike’s spot in my freezer more often than not.