Chocolate & Twix

Chocolate & Twix!

Get ready chocolate fans! Twix bars are getting a delicious new makeover

It’s chocolate on chocolate on chocolate.
by Erica Chayes Wida   Source: TODAY

Who needs love when Triple Chocolate Twix bars exist?

In 2017, Mars made candy dreams come true when it by keeping White Chocolate Twix bars on shelves for good and relaunching that sweet and salty favorite: Peanut Butter Twix.

This week, the confection company announced the re-release of another flavor that’s going to take winter by storm (or maybe more like a tornado of chocolatey goodness).

“Introducing TWIX Triple Chocolate! Chocolate cookie. Chocolate caramel. Chocolate covered,” the brand. “Did we mention there’s chocolate?”

Oh, yes, they did.

Let’s just say chocolate fans are more than a little excited and have already requested a “truck load” of the new flavor.

And some just broke into a happy dance

Full disclosure: We did, too.

In addition to the Twix bar, Mars is also rolling out a new version of its Snickers ice cream bars, this one will be coated in dark chocolate and feature a base of peanut butter and chocolate ice cream.

The new Twix candy bar isn’t actually totally new, however. Mars first released a Triple Chocolate Twix in the U.K. in the early 1990s. They were available for a limited time in the U.S. in 2010.

While you may already be in en route to the grocery store to buy out its full stock of Triple Chocolate Twix supply, Mars said the candy will not be released nationwide until December.

Guess you’ll just have to stock up on the old standbys like Snickers and Skittles for Halloween.

If you’ve just got to have Twix right now, then you can also make it yourself!

Homemade Gatorade

Homemade Gatorade



  • 1(1/4 ounce) envelope unsweetened flavored drink mix (enough for 2 quarts)
  • 12teaspoon table salt(sodium chloride)
  • 14teaspoon salt substitute (potassium chloride; eg. Morton Salt Substitute)
  • 14cup sugar
  • 14cup granular fructose(can substitute 1/4 cup plus 2 tbs. corn syrup)
  • 12teaspoon citric acid (can substitute 2 tbs. lemon juice)
  • water, to make 2 quarts


  1. Place all ingredients in a large pitcher or jug and stir or shake until well mixed.
  2. Chill and keep refrigerated until used.
  3. Note: Adjust sweetness to taste by adding (or in rare cases reducing) a little sugar since drink mixes can vary.

Sandwhich Making Tips!

Sandwhich Making Tips For College Students!

1.  Choose a bread appropriate to the sandwich you’re making they are low carb breads you can buy also and can use tortilla’s also to make a wrap. If you have a toaster toast the bread or just have it simple but warning(it might be dry)
2  Sandwich spreads add flavor but also perform the essential task of lending moisture and sometimes creaminess to sandwiches. Mustard and mayo  are good and if you want to try something else feel free to try, pesto, barbeque sauce, sriracha sauce/mayonaise, or horseradish.3.   Toppings
Lettuce , Tomatoes, Spinach, Cucumber, Pickles, (adds crunch)4. Add Cheese and or  slices of deli meats  .5.Stack them on the slice of bread and add the last piece of slice of toast on top or feel free to eat on one slice of toast if you are watching your carbs!