Tim Tams are evil. Each one has about 4,000 calories, as far as I can tell, but they taste so light and crispy! Evil, evil.
Laurie, they were being sold in Target for a while by Pepperidge Farm, but I haven't seen them recently. You probably would need to go to an import store--we used to get them at Cost Plus World Market.
Really?! I was just there today...I should have looked for themWe carry them in the cookie aisle of one of the big local chain grocery stores (Superstore).
You've been warned. That's all I'm saying.Really?! I was just there today...I should have looked for them
I'm not on a "diet", but I am practicing portion control and moderation, along with daily running. The tim tams are calling me, but the current jiggle of my bum speaks louder, lol! So I stop at two. =)I'm on a diet right now, and there's no way I could have Tim-Tams in the house. I just don't have enough self-control. They would be calling me, CALLING ME, with their chocolatey biscuity goodness. Next thing you know the whole package would be gone.
Theresa, I salute your steely resolve.
Americans actually. Arnotts (the makers of Tim Tams) was bought by Campbells Soups of America in 1997 so that makes it all Uncle Sam's fault.**** you, Aussies! (NZers, whatever)
Old Vermont Country Store has them, online and in the catalogs ... <wicked grin>I wonder if they sell them in the U.S.
Enabler!!Old Vermont Country Store has them, online and in the catalogs ... <wicked grin>
Lucky. The only thing in pain when I eat too much chocolate is my pants.Americans actually. Arnotts (the makers of Tim Tams) was bought by Campbells Soups of America in 1997 so that makes it all Uncle Sam's fault.
I can make a packet last over a month in the fridge. It's easy. If I have 2 or more (or the equivalent of any chocolate) I get migraines. It really sucks for the head but it's great for the waistline.