Product Type: Cadbury Chocolate
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A CUTIE CREAMY CARAMEL AND CHOCOLATE COMBO
Cadbury Caramel Bunnies
Member Name: Wee_Jackie_163
Cadbury Caramel Bunnies
Advantages: Gorgeous taste & great for kids..
Disadvantages: None for me..
The Cadbury's Caramel bunnies are a twin pack of chocolate bunnies that have been in the shops for a good few months now. They seem to be harder to find nowadays so I am assuming that the chocolate treats were a limited edition item, brought out for Easter time this year. I paid 55 pence for the twin pack of chocolate bunnies from my local shop.
The package is 40g in weight and each of the bunnies is about the length of my index finger and is a slightly 'flat' bunny shaped chocolate bar. Inside the bunny shaped milk chocolate shell is a gorgeous caramel filling.
I think these little treats are an absolute delight to eat. Not only is the shape of the bunnies very attractive - particularly for kids and of course at Easter time - but the taste is quite delicious and I find the size of each bunny is just enough to satisfy my chocolate craving without being TOO bad on the waistline, given their rather 'miniature' size...
The chocolate 'shell' of the bunny is a delicious milk chocolate made from the usual high standard that we all know and expect from the Cadbury's brand. The chocolate is rich and very sweet, without being at all over-powering or sickly. The balance is just right for my own personal tastes and I find the chocolate is lovely and creamy with no bitterness to it at all.
The filling inside the chocolate bunny 'shells' is also extremely sweet, and I am rather convinced that it is slightly different from the caramel that is contained within the traditional Cadbury's Caramel bars, although it might just be my imagination?! The bunny's filling is a lovely soft caramel, with an almost velvety texture. I think the taste is slightly rich, similar to a toffee taste, and the amount of the caramel filling in the bunnies is just right for me... any more filling and I think the bunnies filling would be slightly sickly for my own tastes.
I find the chocolate bunnies go really well with a hot cup of tea, an ideal afternoon (or after dinner) snack! The bunnies each contain 100 calories which seems very high considering the smallish size, but is probably on a par with similar chocolate types of snack.
I can see from the packaging that the Cadbury's caramel bunnies are suitable for a vegetarian diet and there is suitable allergy information given so that consumers can make an informed choice.
I have seen the Cadbury's chocolate bunnies for sale in larger shops and stores such as Tesco and Asda, as well as in my local independent corner shops. You can expect to pay between 50 - 65 pence for the little pack, which in my opinion is around the same price as an average bar of chocolate nowadays.
I would recommend giving the Cadbury's bunnies a try out, but I think you'd better be quick as I don't think they are going to be in the shops that much longer, well according to my other half anyway. That said, the pack I got recently had a good sell-by date on the packet, so it's anybody's guess as to when these might disappear I reckon?! I will admit that I will be gutted if or when they DO dissappear as I have grown to be rather fond of these little choccy rabbits!
I am going to give the bunnies top Dooyoo marks for being so completely yummy and delicious. And I really can't ignore how cute they are either. A really cute chocolate creation for sure!
Summary: I will buy them again... and again... and again.....