If you're interested (and able to), just found out curly wurly are being sold.on amazon. I'm not sure if they'll ship.it to where you live, but wouldn't hurt to check.
I've found em in the candy aisle at Walmart. They're also available online. I can vouch for the Lindt chili dark chocolate. I would not recommend buying through Amazon though. Their prices are batshit.
It will likely only work if you are in a Prime Now area for Whole Foods. Link
The link above is for the milk chocolate one specifically. The rest are here.
For milk chocolate, check out Cailler from Switzerland.
For a good dark chocolate, try something from Belgium like Cafe Tasse.
So worth it for now. I kept my streak of eating like you for 9 months. It's an investment, but health and wellness is most of our top priorities. I'm sure one day you'll explore some lightly processed foods. You'll be more healed, less scared of getting triggered, and will probably crave some convenience. But yeah, keep it up and thank you for sharing this post!!!!
Recently I've added berries, bananas, dark chocolate (their factory is a few miles from me), ghee (turns out I'm okay with some dairy, maybe butter will be my next trial), AVOCADOS, & SWEET POTATOES!!!!!!! Food, especially real food, is amazing.
As your taste changes, you can accommodate super dark chocolate. This Taza Wicked Dark (95%) is one of my favorites.
I tend to eat a quarter bar (one snapped off section) which has 7g carbs minus 4g fiber. A nice little treat that easily fits my carb limit.
I would gladly join a kit kat monthly subscription box if it were kit kats from all over! I haven't had the strawberry ones, that sounds divine.
Add-on: Lindt Milk Chocolate