Er. . . Homemade Twix Bars??

You know what I hate being accused of: snobbery. Being a foodie is not synonymous with a being a food snob. In fact if I’m a food snob, let me qualify it with−I’m an omnivorous food snob. I will pretty much eat anything and everything.

 Although this past weekend my family  accused me of putting a “snobby” foodie spin on this copycat homemade version of a Twix bar since I  originally called them this. . . 

Hit the jump and tell me if you agree with them.

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  1. says

    I get that sometimes as well. Some of my friends called me a food snob when I posted my clafoutis recipe. I was like, “What?! It’s so easy you can make the batter in a blender!!”

    What might be snobbery to some is basic to others. You can’t please everybody!

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  2. says

    Oh wow, those look great! I’ve seen recipes for homemade Twix, Snickers, Milky Way, Samoas Cookies, you name it…floating around on my favorite timesuck, aka: Pinterest. I tried my hand at homemade Butterfinger Bars this fall.

    Up next, I’m thinking Twix bars :)

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  3. says

    Twix bars don’t have toffee, nor are they shortbread! They’re weird wafery things covered in like 20% cocoa chocolate and are about 1/5 as AMAZING as yours look! you have EVERY right to call them Fancy Toffee Shortbread Bars :)

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  4. says

    I wouldn’t say you’re a snob! hahaha They look delicious, is there anything I could do to substitute the toffee chips? I have no idea where to find those in Spain!

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    • Naomi replied: — January 29th, 2012 @ 5:47 am

      Marieia-You can omit it completely or add in some finely ground nuts like, almonds, pecans, cashews or even mini chocolate chips.

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