We have something similar in the states. They're called Whoppers. They're just malted milk balls.
@Team Gents, we have those in Canada too
@Team Gents, well maltesers are malted honey not malted milk
@Lil Minho, no they aren't honey.. But they are honeycombs in design. They are whipped chocolate and pretty much like the whoppers in the states only they do taste better somehow.
I'm still not sure what a malteasers is
@MissKitty, A malteser is
@MissKitty, they're like whoopers (spelling?) but better. Much, much better.
@MissKitty, malteasers are little bubbly wafers of joy covered in the chocolate of heaven and are the greatest thing in the world. How are there no malteasers in America. I can't describe how good they taste. *cries for all Americans ever*
@wolf in a tuxedo, I'm assuming it's a Canadian thing, so I'll go ahead and ask, how much maple syrup is on this "malteaser"
@doritolicious, umm… I'm from Barbados so the correct term is how much "rachetness" is in a malteaser
@wolf in a tuxedo, like a kit kat?
@wolf in a tuxedo, we don't need your communist chocolates, we have American chocolate, made in America, sold in America, and eaten in America!
@wolf in a tuxedo, we also don't have kinder eggs
@wolf in a tuxedo, *cries for self as a malteaserless American*
@Bwillis, *dies because my childhood would not be complete without those
@MissKitty, They're malted milk balls. Like someone else said, "Whoppers." I had malteasers in Scotland and they taste the same to me. So yeah, we have them. We just call them something else.
@wolf in a tuxedo, *heavy breathing*
@MissKitty, malt balls
@Billy Talent, *proceeds to order Swiss chocolate due to superior quality*
@wolf in a tuxedo, so like wafers?
@MissKitty, honeycomb balls covered in milk chocolate
@MissKitty, you poor thing. They're chocolate little balls from god
@MissKitty, malteasers are AMAZING!
Americans don't have Maltesers?! I feel so bad for all of you …
@SilversAltar, care to explain to us illiterate Americans?
@SilversAltar, wait are they actually a thing I thought this was just someone messing with Americans
@SilversAltar, Damn you, StuckPixel, for not recognizing ellipses!
@desmond the bear, Imagine Kit Kats, but in ball form. Also more delicious.
@SilversAltar, whoppers...? /:
@Sloth5050, yes, exactly. We call them whoppers.
@gurton buster, *ignorant. Know what you meant. Just being an OCD cvnt :/ sorry!
I saved you the wikipedia search. Maltesers are a malt honeycomb sphere surrounded by milk chocolate.
@HungryHungryHobo, I liked them as a kid but then realized they hurt my mouth :/
@HungryHungryHobo, in the US they're called whoppers. Which I despise. I don't think I've ever meet someone who likes them
@HungryHungryHobo, ...I-I enjoy Whoppers...
@Cesare Borgia, *I don't think I've ever met more than one person who likes whoppers
Omfg I am so sorry for all of you Americans who don't get the joy of the beautiful malteser.
They also don't have smarties.
@The Canuck 58, we have smarties..
@The Canuck 58, Good for them, right?
Dude we have everything food related in America!!! It's America!!! Point given!!!
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Malted milk balls apparently. Like whoppers
Googles quickly... Oh we call those Malted Milk Balls, and only old people like those
@Medic88, but I love those and I'm young...
But they don't have pop tarts
@Temporal Pairofsocks, who? Brits? Yeah we do. Sainsbury's for a little over £2 (look in the cereal aisle) and Selfridges (I dunno, a fiver maybe? Not cheap) are two places I know that do them. They're just not as common over here as they are in America.
Hehe...totally know what that is....stupid americans.... hehe... *hides eagle behind back*
But we do have fvcking freedom #Murica
No Malteasers are better than Whoppers by far
Do Americans seriously not have malt erasers
Come up to canada, we've got malteasers
I moved from the East Coast to the Midwest when I was a kid... imagine my disappointment that Glacier hot dogs and calzones were unheard of by my relatives!
I also hear they don't have Salt and vinegar chips.mmmm mm that is a great chip
@bad dude , wait who doesn't, Britain or America because we definitely have salt and vinegar chips in America... Then again you're calling chips chips and not crisps so I'm thinking you're American.
@JinHoshi, yeah and we have salt and vinegar crisps here in the UK (my favourite flavour) and we can put salt and vinegar on our chips (generally not skinny chips, though) so either way we have salt and vinegar chips. I hear there's no cheese and onion crisps in America though.
@PeenWentz, Fun fact! The chubby ones are called chips and the slim/crispy ones are called fries.
@JinHoshi, We don't have ketchup flavoured crisps here in holland?
Proud to say I am american and know what a malteaser is
Uhh.... Malteasers are just Malt Balls....
I heard they don't even have old Dutch potato chips
HOLD THE FVCK UP! You guys don't have malteasers? How do you live fufilling lives without malteasers?!
@Why are you laughing, we have Whoppers. Chocolate covered malt balls
They are malTEAsers so they have to be from Britain not America. Of course we don't have them.
They're malted milk balls
No but seriously, the heck is a malteser... Malteaster... What ever it is. Is that the hot girl in yoga pants who walks seductively at the mall? Because she is quite a tease!