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Tim Tams in America

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Hi guys!  I'm from Australia and Tim Tams are an icon down here, but I was wondering what Americans think of them now that they are available there?  Are they super popular?  Have you tried them and what do you think?

I made this recipe to share too :-)

 

http://www.thehungrybabushka.com/thehungrybabushka/tim-tam-brownie-tiramisu

 


Edited by letsforker - 8/3/15 at 12:01pm
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I haven't tried them yet but  I see they are available at Target  From the description I can say I would probably love them. Chocolate and malt, yum! Nice with iced coffee I bet.

 

A little pricey at 3.29 for a 7 oz bag but I wouldn't share them with the grandkids.

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Pepperidge Farms makes a Tim Tam here. Not sure if they're the same. I've had them in bars. You bite off two corners and use it as a straw.

 We were using them with  amaretto Godmothers..Pretty sweet

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They are worth every cent, trust me!  Us Aussies have been onto these for years.  In fact, I watched a program last week that said Aussies eat 2 packets each per year, but I have a feeling it's significantly more than that.  Well, it is in our house anyway, lol.  Maybe they meant per week!

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That's the ones!

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