Watts Farm Chocolate Bars | Junk Food Blog

21 November, 2006

Watts Farm Chocolate Bars

Branded as "Watts Farms Chocolatiers", these chocolate bars are made by Pauls Valley, OK-based Bedre Fine Chocolate.

Watts Farm Chocolate

They come in eight varieties, "Milk Chocolate with Toffee Crunch", "Milk Chocolate with Almond", "Milk Chocolate with Crisp Rice", "Caramel Filled Milk Chocolate", "White Fudge", "Peanut Butter Filled Milk Chocolate", "Milk Chocolate", and "Dark Chocolate".

These are being distributed to 7-Eleven Stores, as well as non-profit organizations for fundraising efforts.

They're also available at Braum's Ice Cream & Dairy Stores, but under the "Bedre Chocolates" brand name.

A 2 oz. bar retails for $1.00 each.

Visit Bedre Chocolates at: http://www.bedrechocolates.com/

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

I have discovered the totally devine dark chocolate at the Phillips 66 station on the Cimarron Turnpike between Stillwater and Tulsa, Oklahoma. The best dark chocolate I have ever eaten!!!

Anonymous said...

I just purchased the milk chocolate w/almonds bar from a christian youth group. I found the chocolate to be very good and creamy, but found very few almonds,(chunks or otherwise) The only almonds I found in the entire bar was about 4 or 5 tiny bits. More almonds would have made it a lot tastier. It was almost like eating a plain chocolate bar.

Anonymous said...

I, too, just ate a chocolate with almonds bar and it was sooo very good. The chocolate tastes like high quality chocolate - very smooth and creamy with a good meltability factor. I can't wait to try the other flavors. My daughter is going to see if her school band can sell these instead of some ceramic things. These will definitely sell. I think you can use them as a fundraiser through cfsfun.com but they are listed as the Bedre Chocolate. I don't care what they are called, I call them GOOD!!

Anonymous said...

I discovered the peanut butter and chocolate bar from a school fund raiser. I would buy the whole box. I almost ate the whole thing in a couple of minutes. Smooth and so very good.

Anonymous said...

I discovered the peanut butter and chocolate bar from a school fund raiser. I would buy the whole box. I almost ate the whole thing in a couple of minutes. Smooth and so very good.

Anonymous said...

I was given one of these Dark Chocolate bars at a Casino entrance on I35 at the Red River. They were being passed out at the door...found it to be very smooth and with a great taste...not bitter like alot of dark chocolate...and they say...dark chocolate is better for you...I will buy some...

Candy on 3/20/2009 08:22:00 AM said...

Now, this is a decent chocolate bar. I have had them a few times. In fact, I think I just might hit up a 7-eleven now:)

chocolates on 5/06/2009 02:17:00 AM said...

Thanks for the dark chocolate information.

Anonymous said...

I bought 10 bars over the weekend from a girl selling 4 a fundraiser. I really enjoyed them all, however crispy rice was the fav. I purchased crispy rice, almond & peanut butter. The almond really need's more almond it was a bit dissapointing but all in all really great chocolate, I will sugest this 4 our fundraiser at school 4 sure!

Anonymous said...

low quality chocolate.

Anonymous said...

Purchased bars from our granddaughter, 4-H fund raiser. When I came home from work my husband had eaten 2 bars. I had the Chocolate with almonds. So gooooood. I had to share it with my husband. He said he called my daughter this morning and told her we would buy all she had left. I guess that means he realy realy like them. Great Chocolates. Thanks.

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