Product Type: Cadbury Chocolate
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Cadbury Chocolate Fingers
Member Name: msvforb
Cadbury Chocolate Fingers
Advantages: A great versatile snack
Disadvantages: So delisciously moreish
I've never really been a big fan of chocolate biscuits although I don't mind one now and again but I remember Cadbury fingers being a staple part of childhood birthday parties and lunch boxes on special occasions. I still have a soft spot for them now.
Cadbury fingers are 'a deliscious finger shaped crisp biscuit smothered in yummy Cadbury milk chocolate' or so is that claim on the box and basically I'd have to agree.
The biscuits come in an oblong box in Cadbury's trademark deep purple colours with the Cadbury logo and pictures of the biscuits on the front so there's really no mistaking them on the shelf. Inside the box the biscuits are contained is a platic tray wrapped in cellophane which keeps them fresh until the cellophane seal is broken. After that it's usually best to keep the biscuits in the fridge and eat them within a few days to make sure that they don't go soft.
What I love about these biscuits is the contrast of the smooth chocolate and the crunchy biscuit.
Generally the biscuits come in 125g packs. Each 125g pack typically containing 24 fingers. The nutritional information shows that these biscuits are not too bad for you when eaten as part of a balanced diet. One biscuit contains:
According to the ingredients listed on the box the biscuits contain milk chocolate, wheat flour, vegetable fat, sugar, sugar syrup, salt, raising agents and flavouring. The packaging also warns that the biscuits may contain a trace of nuts. These biscuits are suitable for vegetarions.
Cadbury fingers are available in most supermarkets and similar retailers. I have recently found this product four aroung £1.19 for a box, well worth the money in my opinion.
Cadbury fingers are a lovely sweet treat great for enjoying with a cup of tea or on their own. The only downside that I can think of is the fact that the biscuits are so moreish, one really is never enough.
Summary: A great sweet treat.
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