By now, we’re probably pretty well familiar with the two types of chocolate spread.
They’re both a good way to break up the monotony of your morning routine, and they can help you get through the rest of the day.
We’ve written about the pros and cons of each before, but now it’s time to take a look at how each one performs.
The good news is that both types are pretty versatile, and you can make a really delicious spread out of the two.
The bad news is, there are plenty of options out there, and most of them cost a fair amount.
We chose three of the best spreads out there: the “chewy” spread, the “spicy” spread and the “jail” spread.
We tested them against each other, and in the end, we gave the “knead” and “whip” spreads a win.
Read on for our full review.
The “Chewy Spread” (Cost: $1.99 per serving) We tested these two types on our “chew it” test, and we like them both.
They each work well with a few types of bread, but the one we prefer is the “Knead Chocolate Spread” ($1.49).
It’s basically the same thing as a “klepto-dough” sandwich—it just looks nicer.
There’s a bit more fat, though, and there’s also a bit less of the crunchy texture of a traditional spread.
It’s not too bad, and it works well with all sorts of breads and bread toppings.
The Spicy Spread (Cost $1:25) There’s another “kchewy spread” out there called the “Jail Spread” by the folks over at Baked Goods, and this is our favorite.
It comes in a variety of different flavors, but its consistency is similar to the “sweet” spread from the “Chew It” test.
It can be made into a smoothie, but it’s also perfect for spreading on a cracker.
The flavor is similar enough that we’d recommend it for a quick snack with coffee, tea, or even a bowl of cereal.
The Jail Spread (cost: $2.99) The “joo-dawg” spread by Keto Snack is a lot more complex.
Like the “chocolate” spread above, it comes in several flavors, and each of them is slightly different.
It also comes in various levels of chewiness, and its texture is also quite different from the others.
But, for $2 a serving, you can get a really tasty spread that you can use in a whole range of different dishes.
The Sweet Spread (Free!)
The sweet spread from KetoSnack has a different flavor profile than the “coconut” spread we tested.
It tastes slightly sweeter than the other three spreads, but we prefer its sweetness to its bite.
There are some other interesting flavor profiles, too, and if you like sweet foods, this is definitely worth a try.
The Whip Spread (free, but a good buy) The Whip is a great option for those who like a lot of flavor.
The spread is made from wheat flour, so it’s a nice alternative to baking it, but there’s no sugar added.
The consistency is a bit sticky, so you’ll need to make it a little thinner before eating.
The Whip Spread (for $2 per serving, and $2 extra for the “wiggle”) You can buy this “cheap” spread for $1 per serving (although you can also make your own) for a pretty low price, too.
The buttery flavor and the crunchiness make it an excellent option for sandwiches or quick-cooking foods, and the buttery bits also help make it taste more like a spread than a sandwich.
The whip has more chew than the two other spreads, though—you’re going to want to use the whip more to spread out the bread.
The Smoothie (free) The Smoothy is the ultimate smoothie.
The dough can be rolled in butter, but you can just make it by mixing together a mix of water and milk.
The creamy texture is perfect for a smoothies, and since it’s free, you’ll probably save money.
The Breakfast Spread (expensive, but super tasty) If you’re looking for a cheap way to start a meal, the Breakfast Spread is definitely your best bet.
It starts with a simple mix of milk, flour, and eggs, and then adds some eggs to the mix, then adds other ingredients like yogurt and butter.
The result is a simple spread with just enough ingredients to make a smoothy, and when you add the whip to the smoothie to add crunch and flavor, it’s great for adding texture and flavor without sacrificing flavor