Blah blah blah, free snacks when I was walking down the street (story here). So I got a free package of these 100 calorie Chips Ahoy Candy Bites.
I thought these were really good and I liked them. They were kinda like a malted milk ball with a Chips Ahoy cookie crunch.
While only 100 calories (duh), there were 4 g of fat in the cookie bites. A little too much fat in too few pieces.
But I really thought you’d get a kick out of this. There was a sticker on the back of the package and if you can’t see it, it says, “Choking/Warning: Eat one at a time and chew thoroughly. May not be appropriate for children under 6. http://www.kraftkidssafe.com”
Seriously? Now is it just me or does that seem a little extreme? I mean, do they put them on the back of Raisinets? Or Skittles? Or Milk Duds?
And do I need to remind you about Bush and the pretzel? Watch this 35 second video to see his response.
Or for those of you who want to see a re-enactment, watch this video (until 2:54).