Honey Makes Bees

The Crunchie Bar, for those who may not know of it, is a milk chocolate bar with a golden honeycombed centre (38%) Except that it isn't.



  • Sugar,
  • Glucose Syrup,
  • Cocoa Butter,
  • Cocoa Mass,
  • Dried Skimmed Milk,
  • Dried Whey (from Milk),
  • Palm Oil,
  • Milk Fat,
  • Emulsifier (E442),
  • Flavourings,
  • Coconut Oil,
  • Milk Chocolate: Milk Solids 14 % minimum,
  • Contains Vegetable Fats in addition to Cocoa Butter

No honey what so ever

So with this in mind we set about foolishly making some real honeycomb confectionary muck with real honey, in a very real way.

Which could have looked like this

Here are Bees looking

for stuff to make honey

Making honey doesn't look like much fun. It looks like a lot of hard work for bugger-all reward. So, I imagine that when Bees can get away with it they just steal some from somewhere else and claim the credit. Even if they are misled.

Unbeknownst to ourselves a breed of these Lazy Bugger Bees detected the Taste of Honey and swarmed the kitchen.

I'm covered in Bees!

No madam I think you'll find

I'm covered in Bees!

Cadbury's probably took the honey out of the Crunchies to avoid Danger Of Death at the factories. Also honeycomb doesn't taste anywhere near as good made with real honey. Anyway, it's all in the bin now covered with dead Bees. I might try Cheesy Wotsit's next.



7 thoughts on “Honey Makes Bees

  1. …(the honey is the crunchy stuff…hardened & rendered flavourless by petri/vitrification process used to encapsulate the bee fart bubbles it is riddled with)….

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