So, Skippy Peanut Butter Sandwich Cookies recently launched in Singapore. Now, there’s a brand new drinkable version of your fave childhood peanut butter that sounds both yummy and kinda... weird.
Skippy Peanut Butter Milk
Skippy Peanut Butter Milk retails at HKD $9 (S$1.56) and is made by Skippy in collaboration with Korean dairy brand, Maeil. The drink first launched in Korea in July this year before making its way closer to home in Hong Kong late October. According to Skippy’s Facebook post, the 190ml drink is made with Skippy’s creamy peanut butter and paired with milk to provide a rich and smooth nutty taste. Timeout Hong Kong says that the drink is "peanut-buttery perfection" and "a hundred percent worth your money". Gushing review. Will it be sold in Singapore soon? 7-Eleven Singapore’s PR rep said there’s no news if it will be brought here yet.
Photo: 7-Eleven Hong Kong/Facebook
Meanwhile, pair these cookies with milk?
Until the nutty milk comes to town, you could try its cookie cousin that’s available at 7-Eleven Singapore outlets. To be honest, it’s really more like slightly limp crackers spread with a modest layer of peanut butter (not great, we’d much rather slather a more generous dollop from a fresh jar of peanut butter onto crunchier, tastier crackers ourselves). Then wash it down with a glass of milk and try to imagine that’s what drinkable peanut butter tastes like.