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To think kit kats do not belong in the fridge!

(46 Posts)
LittleMissGerardButlersMinion Wed 02-Apr-14 13:50:03

Especially the chunky ones!

OH always puts them in fridge, they belong in the cupboard!

The wafer just doesn't taste as nice when it is cold!

Pinkelephanty Wed 02-Apr-14 13:55:05

No chocolate belong in the fridge.

Mummytobe25 Wed 02-Apr-14 13:56:03

Kitkats go in the fridge here.

JonSnowsPout Wed 02-Apr-14 13:56:29

All chocolate goes in the fridge!

PolterGoose Wed 02-Apr-14 13:56:38

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Binkyridesagain Wed 02-Apr-14 13:56:47

I'm with your dh, if you put them in the fridge, the chocolate hardens and its easier to nibble off the wafer.

Snickers and Mars belong in the freezer. Most other chocolate is fine stored in a cupboard.

Imnotmadeofeyes Wed 02-Apr-14 13:59:36

Yabu, it's a rare chocolate that isn't improved by a stay in the fridge. Except eclairs which can only been eaten after sitting on the radiator for twenty minutes so the insides go gooey.

I love it when we get some warm weather and shops start putting chocolate in the fridges.

SaucyJack Wed 02-Apr-14 14:00:16


Nestle and Cadbury's in the fridge.

CharleyFarnsbarns Wed 02-Apr-14 14:00:49


Fridge chocolate is wrong! DH does this and it makes it too hard to bite.

ArsePaste Wed 02-Apr-14 14:03:44


Pumpkinpositive Wed 02-Apr-14 14:05:37

I put all chocolate in the fridge, including the eclairs!

Chocolate - especially cheap milk chocolate - is infinitely improved by a stay in the fridge. I sometimes buy mars bars and freeze them - that's even better.

However, I do see LittleMissGerard's point about the chilled wafer not being nice - so the only sensible answer is to seperate the wafer and chocolate so the wafer can be stored in the cupboard, and the chocolate in the fridge. Of course this might spoil the kitkat-ness of the kitkat. grin

dawntigga Wed 02-Apr-14 14:07:40

No, cos they is Nestlé, innit?


DurhamDurham Wed 02-Apr-14 14:12:52

Chocolate tastes much nicer straight from the fridge. The only exception being good quality dark chocolate which must be served at room temperature with a strong cup of black coffee!!

arselikekylie Wed 02-Apr-14 14:13:01

Fridge till about an hour prior to eating.

That is if you have the self control to wait an hour before eating.

All chocolate belongs in the fridge - or even the freezer for a tiny time.

Nothing worse than warm soggy chocolate.

Monmouth Wed 02-Apr-14 15:12:32

If you don't put a kit kat in the fridge how are you supposed to bite off the chocolate at each end, then down each side and the then top?

LittleMissGerardButlersMinion Wed 02-Apr-14 16:24:24

Cadburys chocolate is nice at room temperature as it melts in your mouth then grin

JulietBravoJuliet Wed 02-Apr-14 16:28:43

I put KitKats in the freezer. And Twix bars grin Cadburys and Galaxy at room temperature though otherwise it's too hard.

fuckwitteryhasform Wed 02-Apr-14 16:31:00

I put them in the freezer to stop me eating them, they are actually quite nice eaten frozen blush

Stinklebell Wed 02-Apr-14 16:37:08


Putting chocolate in the fridge is a LTB-offence in this house - well, DH can put his mingy Galaxy in there if he wants but hands off everything else

TaliZorahVasNormandy Wed 02-Apr-14 16:41:17

Its healthier too if you freeze chocolate.

It makes it tougher to eat and thus you think you've had more than you have.

ItsAllGoingToBeFine Wed 02-Apr-14 16:47:09

Crap chocolate in fridge. Good chocolate out.

Crinkle77 Wed 02-Apr-14 16:49:58

I prefer chocolate that has been in the fridge particularly Kitkats as I can nibble all the chocolate off it before eating the wafer

Delphiniumsblue Wed 02-Apr-14 16:51:09

I don't eat any chocolate unless it has been in the fridge.

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