With simple ingredients and a little prep, you can make this copycat Gluten Free Whatchamacallit Bars recipe.
One of the chocolate bars I remember liking back in the day was Whatchamacallit candy bar. I still see classics like Snickers, Kit Kat, and Milky Ways everywhere I go. But I’ve often wondered what happened to favorite candy bars like Whatchamacallits, Mars, and Zero bars.
The truth is even if I stumbled onto a Whatchamacallit today, I’m not that likely to grab one for myself. But I am likely to enjoy these homemade gluten free Whatchamacallit Bars instead. They’re a great way to satisfy the craving for a candy bar, a little bit healthier.
I developed these a few years ago as simply healthier sweet treats. I didn’t set out to make a Whatchamacallit copycat, but when it hit my sweet tooth I was transported back to the years of Whatchamacallits. It’s not identical to the original recipe, but I love the crisp and crunch coupled with chocolate that made Whatchamacallits such a tasty treat.Print
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