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Cadbury Nibbles have been around for a number of years and have become one of my firm favourites, they combine two of my favourite Cadbury products: Cadbury buttons and Cadbury caramel. Nibbles are basically a chocolate button with a caramel centre, they can be bought in 160g bags for approximately £2.00 per bag. Cadbury bags are often on offer so we tend to purchase them when they're on a buy one get one free promotion. They can also be bought in smaller size bags which are more suited to individual servings. Each bag has a resealable function which is great as it means they can be sealed up and popped back in the fridge ready for next time. Whilst I have been known to polish off a whole bag in a sitting, I generally get at least 2 servings from each bag. The chocolate is delicious and creamy, everyone loves the taste of cadbury's! And the caramel is smooth, soft and delicious. Together the chocolate and caramel taste amazing but they are super sweet and may be a bit sickly for some people. Whilst i do have a very sweet tooth I do find the nibbles very sweet, this works in my favour as it means I can only eat a few before i have to put them away!
At first glance these chocolate drops look like large versions of those old favourites, Cadbury's Chocolate Buttons and when you drop one onto your tongue that's the first, delicious taste that you get. It's pure glorious Dairy Milk. But as soon as you take a bite into it you find the soft caramel centre, just like in the Cadbury's Caramel bar. The packet shows you what to expect as it's the familiar Cadbury's purple with the big yellow section on it that signifies the Caramel brand. There's a big hit of runny toffee in each button - it's officially 25% of the contents - but, just like in the bigger bar version of this treat, the caramel is a bit too sweet for me and it leaves a kind of sickly taste in the mouth. It seems as if Cadbury's have tried to create a solution to a problem that doesn't exist with this product. If you like the Caramel bars then why wouldn't you just have that? These Nibbles are just the same product but in a different shape. But I still gave it four stars. It's still Cadbury's.
I'm certain most of you are familiar with Cadbury's chocolate, and probably love it too. Well, good old Cadbury's have really hit the jackpot this time! You all know of Cadbury's Caramel bars, yes? I assume you also know of Cadbury's chocolate buttons? Well imagine these 2 tasty treats made into one thing. Yes, that's right!! Imagine a Cadbury's chocolate button, stuffed with smooth, sweet Cadbury's caramel. You pictured it yet? And there it is... a Cadbury's caramel nibble!! These tasty little treats are most commonly found in 175g share bags, but you can get them in smaller, personal sized packets at probably around 40-50g. The 175g share bags are resealable, not that that matters because if you're like me and my boyfriend, you won't stop until they are finished. But it's a nice thought anyway! The packaging for this product is a purple bag - not unlike the Cadbury's buttons bag - but most of the front of the bag is yellow apart from and inch or so top and bottom. In the purple part at the top you will see the "Cadbury" logo in gold lettering and underneath that is the "Dairy Milk" logo in white. In the yellow part in the middle you will find the "Caramel" logo in purple as usual, and underneath that is written "Nibbles", in purple also. In the bottom right corner of the yellow section is a picture of 3 Caramel Nibbles sort of stacked next to each other, and in front of those 3 there is a single Caramel nibble that has been chopped in half to reveal the delicious caramel from within. Finally, in the bottom left corner of the yellow section is the "London 2012" logo with "official treat provider" written underneath, all in purple again. The purple part at the bottom had the "be treat wise" logo and provides the calories per quarter of a 175g bag and what percentage of an adults GDA - Guideline Daily Amount - they contain. The nutrition information for this product (per 100g) goes like this; Energy - 495 calories Protein - 5.8g Carbohydrate- 59.7g Of which sugars - 53.2g Fat - 25.8g Of which saturates - 15.6g Fibre - 0.5g Sodium - 0.13g Equivalent as salt - 0.33g As you can see, these aren't the worst chocolate treats you could have, but they're also not the best so should ideally be eaten in moderation. Not that I follow such rules! If you haven't already had these, I recommend that you do as they are delicious. They can be found in just about every shop and supermarket, usually for around £2 for a 175g share bag.
I'd been meaning to try these for a while so when I was debating what chocolate to get at the shop the other week I thought I might as well get some of these! Its definitely Cadbury's packaging, aside from the fact that it says it, also it is their distinctive colours of purple and yellow and this might not make any sense but it has the feel of Cadbury's packaging! When I opened the bag (without difficulty) , it didn't seem like I was actually getting that much for my money, there was only about 7 bits of chocolate in there which were probably a bit smaller than Cadbury's giant buttons. Then once I had one I realised why there was only about 7, as they are actually quite thick and filled with caramel so once you've had a few they do end up being quite sickly, its not the sort of thing that you can just eat and eat because of this. Basically they are thicker giant buttons that have a caramel filling, I really enjoyed mine although I did feel a bit sick at the end! They really aren't too healthy, but then again if you're going to be eating caramel filled chocolate then I wouldn't expect it to be healthy! I paid 55p for mine which isn't too bad compared to other chocolate items, it seems quite average but I don't see why they couldn't have just been 50p! You can probably get them most places now but obviously not as many places as the totally popular ones like dairy milk.
I love Cadburys full stop, but have to admit that I do love the Cadbury's caramels. Then as usual Cadburys came out with a lovely little bag of mini ones.Basically they are the same as the full bar version but made into 2p piece size minature ones.They are coated with chocolate and delicious caramel oozes out when you bite into one.I actually found after I bought the bumper pack at £1.89 that you can also buy a mini pack for 52p ( I got mine from Tesco)They are high in calorie content but I think I knew that anyway and still managed to scoff the lot in one sitting.Ideal for a snack a treat or really at any time they are ideal for one and all.I would recommend them :)
Take it easy with Cadburys Caramel - and now you can nibble your caramel with these new Cadburys Dairy Milk caramel nibbles. I love Cadburys caramel bars, due to the fact that they are filled with lovely smooth caramel and so I was quite excited to try this new version of the chocolate. These caramel nibbles look alot like Cadburys buttons, they are just about the same size and shape, although they have a caramel filling in them. The chocolate as with all Cadburys chocolate is amazing. As it is dairy milk chocolate it includes a glass and a half of fresh milk in every half pound of milk chocolate and proper cocoa beans so the chocolate itself is amazing and creamy. Cadbury has been making chocolate since 1824, when John Cadbury opened his first shop which has now grown to be one of the biggest sellers of chocolate in the world. The caramel is gorgeous rich and golden and wonderfully flavourful. Caramel is generally beige to dark brown in color and is derived from the caramelization of one or several types of sugars. Some caramel can be hard but in this case the caramel is soft, not like a liquid, it is quite thick but still pulls apart when you break the pieces off the chocolate. The nibbles come in bags and I bought the small bag which had about 30 nibbles in it and contains 195 calories. The packaging is the familiar Cadburys purple with the yellow that is associated with the caramels varieties. It's a short and sweet review on this chocolate I'm afraid but there's really not much to say, it's chocolate, it's yummy and I recommend it.
I vey much enjoy the grab bags of chocolate and sweets. On the weekend me and my partner often buy a grab bag each of our choice and share them so get to enjoy a mixture of chocolate and sweets. However, when I tried on of these nibbles I didn't want to share them! These tasty nibbles are a new take on the very lovely but sickly 'Dairy Milk Cadubury's Caramel' bar. They are like a little blast or shot of the tatse of the 'Caramel bar'. The nibbles are great for peole who enjoyed the 'Caramel bar' but thought that it was perhaps a little to sickly. The nibbles are fantastic because they are very easy to share and they are also great if you just want to have a few at a time. If you do only like to eat a few at a time then you can keep them nice and fresh by rolling down the packet and sealing them with the handy sticker that is kept on the back of the packet! They look very simular to the Cadbury's buttons' they are a simular shape but they are a lillte thicker because they have a small amount of soft golden caramel inside. They are very smooth and they are absolutely gorgeous if you let them melt in your mouth but they are also very yummy if you put them in the fridge, when you bite into them they become crunchy! The nibbles are available in most shops and supermarkets and they cost around the £2 mark. A quater of the bag contains: - 215 calories - 23.3g of sugar -11.3g of fat -6.8g of saturated fat These are a very tasty treat and I would definately recommend to people who enjoy sweet chocolate.
When shopping last week, I was hell bent on buying something treaty for myself, to counterbalance that I also buy my husband something treaty, this A, stops him from moaning that I don't love him and always forget about him! and B, stops me from feeling like I am the only one who is gaining weight in my house, which in fairness I am, but my husband is convinced I am fattening him up ready for next Christmas! The product I will now review is - "Dairy milk, caramel nibbles". These particular chocolates were on offer recently in Asda, and with my husband not minding chocolate but preferring something a bit extra I knew he would probably enjoy these. The sweets, as so many of the "grab a bag" sweets do, comes in a stand up seal ended bad, with the option of it being a resealable bag with there being a sticky pad on the bag for such a job, but of course no-one actually does, or is that just in my house!? As this is a new take on Cadbury's caramel bars it has the same decoration and colour scheme as the bar itself, this being a golden yellow colour, with the obligatory Cadbury's purple too. There is all the normal information included this being brand name, product name, nutritional information, the fact that this is a "new" product and the obligatory delicious looking picture of said sweets! Upon ripping across the top of the pack you are immediately hit with the delicious and what can only be known as Cadbury's chocolate, sweet, milky and very mouth watering, and this is even before you get to eat one! The chocolates themselves are round, almost button's in design, but are more rounded at the top, this is of course to fit the caramel filling in. When you bite into one you don't get the ooze that you get with the bar of caramel chocolate, there just simply isn't enough filling for that, but what you do get is the sweet and toffee like taste of the centre coupled with the delicious Cadbury's chocolate, this is truly delicious! I have to say though, for how nice this is it is also extremely sickly, and , shock horror, was eaten in two sittings, which is pretty much unheard of in my house! The nutritional information is as follows - Per ¼ of a bag, 215 calories, 23.3g of sugar, 11.3g fat, 6.8g of which saturates. Allergy advice states that this product contains milk and may also contain nuts and soya. For more information visit - www.cadburys.co.uk As mentioned earlier these were purchased for £1.00, though at full price (which is rare these days in good old Asda!) is around the £1.50 mark! Thanks for reading x
I have always loved Dairy Milk Caramel, but normally purchase a bar instead of these, but when i saw them as part of an offer 2 for £3, i thought i would give them a go, especially as i was going to the cinema and these were going to be much easier to nibble than a bar. They look like giant milk chocolate buttons at a glance but when you bite into them you get the caramel filling. They are very moreish but at 860 calories a bag they are best for sharing, or put away half if you can do that! I couldnt, they were too yummy! The bag is a re-sealable bag so you can keep them fresh if you happen not to eat them all in one sitting! The packet has the usual yellow and shimmery purple packing, and is very appealing with the pictures of the buttons on the front.