Why The Snickers Candy Bar Is The Best!


I Love Snickers Bars

Ah, the Snickers bar, that wonderful creation of Mars Incorporated. Roasted peanut and caramel topped nougat enrobed in milk chocolate. A concept of simplicity, confectionary perfection, just pure chocolate and peanutty genius. The creators of this scrumptious masterpiece deserve their great success. Nothing beats a Snickers bar as a quick snack. A cigarette or lottery run to the convenience store is not complete without a snickers bar.

The Most Versatile Candy Bar Ever

The Snickers bar is also the most versatile of candy bars. It can be seen as just being a candy bar, but it can be so much more. Read on, i will open your eyes to the versatility of the snickers bar.

Snickers Bar As Dessert

Of course the easiest way to use a Snickers bar other than simply opening the wrapper and eating it of course is to incorporate it into an artery clogging, heart stopping dessert.

One such dessert is the famous 'Snickers pie' by celebrity chef Anthony Worral-Thompson. This dessert was deemed as lethal by food experts, these experts have issued a health warning on the ill effects of eating just one slice! It must be really good!

Another popular "improvement" to the snickers bar is the famous batter coated deep fried snickers bar. Batter coated, then deep fried, simple, effective, pure genius, just like the bar itself.

Snickers Bar As A Meal Replacement?

No, not really nutritious as a whole meal replacement , I know. If you're In a pinch, on the condition that you promise to eat double your spinach and all of your carrots at the next meal, a bar (or two) will tide you over quite nicely.

Snickers As An Energy Bar!

Yep, The Snickers bar is not just for couch potatoes and sugar addicts, it can also make it's way to the hearts of gym rats to help power through all those intense workouts! Think about it, sugar for a quick boost, peanuts for long lasting energy and nutrients, it's the perfect energy bar if combined with some kind of healthy gym inspired protein shake which will have all of the rest of the good stuff needed in the gym.

Snickers As A Weight Watchers Snack!

For those of you on Weight Watchers, good news! When you need a quick snack the Snickers bar only has eight points! The whole bar! Now you could always Weight Watcher it up and either halve or quarter it and reduce your points substantially and still enjoy your snack. It is also a good Weight Watchers snack because it is so filling. If you get the Snickers 2 to Go bar, each mini bar has six points! You could halve each one and enjoy your Snickers bar while still abiding by the Weight Watchers system you are on. It is not even considered cheating, however you could put it towards your weekly cheat points.

Snickers Is The Perfect Food

In conclusion, the Snickers bar is perfect in every way. It is tasty, satisfying, it can be made into the most unhealthy dessert, or incorporated into a healthy lifestyle. From the original bar have spawned other forms... Snickers mini, Snickers bar with peanut butter, almond, dark, Snickers ice cream, and Snickers Duo. The Duo replaced the King size in 2004 to encourage more health conscience decisions. The Duo gives you the option to share your bar or save the other half for later. Genius.

So, Hungry? Grab a Snickers bar.

Aren't Snickers bars the best?!

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stessily 5 years ago

Ardot: You get all the votes for your presentation on one of my favorite foods, Snickers! I rarely eat candy but once every blue moon I have a hankering for either Snickers or Payday. Thank you for this tribute to this superb creation which makes a rare difference in my life.

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Ardot 5 years ago from Canada Author

Thanks for your positive comments, now go get your hands on candy bar enjoy it, you deserve it.

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Claudia Tello 5 years ago from Mexico

mmmmmmm........... Snickers! I fell in love with them just recently and I like the classic peanut snicker much better than the almond one; certainly my favorite of the candy bars. All though I must say that the amount of sugar contained in it and the insulin spike it provokes would never be considered healthy in my mind, although one once in a while won’t kill anyone. I can indulge in them without bad consequences because I practice several sports (Tennis, Surf, Swimming) I have a good BMI with lots of muscle and little fat (thanks to resistance training) and I do almost 2 hours of physical activity every day.

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bell du jour 5 years ago from Ireland

Snickers are great in moderation! I very rarely eat them but I had one recently and it was a real treat:-) voted up

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DonnaCosmato 5 years ago from USA

Snickers are awesome...unfortunately, I can rarely indulge because of blood sugar concerns, but aren't those minis just the perfect little cheat?

Deavian Pitt 4 years ago

snickers r the best!!!!i could eat them all day.

Mike 4 years ago

Snickers are now like two turds instead of ONE bar? Fairly impractical to eat it from the wrap without getting muggy. The King's size ONE bar was far better. Goodbye Snickers!

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Ardot 4 years ago from Canada Author

Hi Mike, thanks for reading!

As for the snickers bar being sold in two parts, I believe that is only the peanut butter own. The regular bar is still in one piece, at least where I am.

hello123 3 years ago

yeah it sure beats eating twix or should i say eating vegetables and its only 420 calories wait that's horible oh well i heard that happiness efects 90% of your health and when you eat it your happy and that makes you healthy.great i should eat it more offten.

megan 2 years ago

twix is not that bad it is just that snickers is better

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