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I really like Cadbury Milk Chocolate and as i am on currently on a diet! only have it as an occassional treat. I hav always liked Cadbury Whole Nut; i like the combination of lots of Hazelnuts with Cadbury unique Milk Chocolate. I have never been a fan of Fruit & Nut (although thats probably because im not a lover of any kind of raisins! You can get various sizes of Cadbury Dairy Milk Whole Nut bars but the best value one in my view is usually the 120g size bar. On the front of the wrapper you see a picture of a chunk of Whole Nut with some Hazelnuts scattered around. Cadbury has been around for almost 200 years! and in 1824 the first shop was opened selling things like Cocoa. However since 2010 Cadbury has become part of the Kraft Foods group which is a bit of a same in my view; Still, the name on the chocolate is still Cadbury and the Chocolate tastes as good as ever! Ingredients in Dairy Milk Whole Nut; Milk Chocolate(Milk, Sugar, Cocoa butter, Cocoa Mass, Vegetable fat, Emulsifiers (E442, E476), Flavourings, Hazelnuts . Allergy Information; Contains Nuts, Milk, May contain Wheat Calories; Per 100g there are 545 kcals. This is a delicious chocolate treat; full of Nuts and very moorish; very high in calories though. It is sometimes available on special offer at a £1.00 per 120g bar; worthy of 5 Dooyoo stars in my view.
I have always wondered why cadburys do a whole nut bar but not a whole fruit, I think a lot of people would enjoy it, especially those who are allergic to nuts. Luckily I am not one of those people and I can enjoy this wonderful bar of chocolate. The bigger bars of this usually cost around £1.80 for 230g, but they are on offer at the moment at Sainsburys. They are selling them at 2 bars for £2.50. I have seen this in bargain stores too though, and the prices do differ depending on where you buy it from. You can buy smaller bars of this for around 50p but I have found that they aren't as common as the smaller bars of just dairy milk or fruit and nut. I'm not sure of the nutritional info for this product, but it's chocolate, it's not going to be good for you, but as a treat, it won't hurt, but it's got nuts in it and they are good for you. Whole nut is basically a version of fruit and nut but without the fruit. The chocolate is the lovely creamy dairy milk chocolate, and the nuts are hazelnuts I think, and they are quite large and there are a lot of them in there. I have very rarely eaten a square without any trace of nut in it. The nuts are always very good quality, and they compliment the chocolate really well. I think this is definitely one of those chocolate bars that needs to be refrigerated for a while before eating. This makes the chocolate hard and snappy like the nuts. I prefer most chocolate refrigerated though, I know some people don't.
Whilst I am a huge fan of Cadbury's chocolate, sometimes I want something with a little more to it than just plain old chocolate. Fortunately Cadbury's has catered for this with a whole range of bars with added bits, though my favourite would have to be Dairy Milk Whole Nut as this bar mixes together two of my favourite flavours - chocolate and hazelnut. As per usual with a dairy milk bar, the main branding is the familiar purple background with the white logo; however the whole nut variety also has a brown swish coming underneath the main logo to indicate the fact it's a whole nut bar. Also pretty visible is the calorie content - a whopping 270 calories for a 49 gram bar. To me this seems like an awful lot for a chocolate bar, though I expect it is due to the added nuts. It does however emphasise the treat nature of this chocolate - certainly not ideal as a daily snack! Opening the wrapping you can clearly see the chunks of hazelnut in the bar at the bottom and at the top it is divided in to the usual six dairy milk segments. Biting in to the bar - which involves a little more bite than a normal dairy milk you immediately get that distinctive dairy milk chocolate flavour, my personal favourite chocolate. However, this time you've also got the hint of hazelnut. As the chocolate starts to melt in your mouth, the hazelnut flavour becomes all that bit more prominent and once the chocolate has melted away, you're left with the pieces of hazelnut which really add a bit more variety to the flavour and texture. I find this chocolate bar absolutely delicious and a fair bit more satisfying than the just chocolate variety, though it isn't particularly filling or sickly, so I could see myself eating a fair bit more if I had a bigger bar - not something I believe the rest of my body would appreciate! I picked this up for 40p in Tesco's the other day, which I would definitely say is good value. For fans of Cadbury's chocolate and hazelnuts, I'd say this is a definite must.
I think Dairy Milk Chocolate is so nice. I tend to eat quite a lot of Chocolate, and although I am full of the Milkiness of Galaxy, and the nice taste of the Mars brand, I think that Cadbury's Dairy Milk is 1 of the nicest Milk Chocolate Bars out there. Available in individual bars which cost around 50p thesedays, or larger bars, which are about £1.60. The individual bars have 6 rectangular bits all stuck together and the bits break off easy enough. There is a Whole Peanut in each section and you really get the roasted Nutty taste mixed in with the Chocolate. Although the Chocolate feels a bit greasy, it isn't greasy in the mouth. It tastes so sweet and milky. There is a glass and a half of Milk in this brand, and with the taste I could well believe it. A standard bar has 260 calories. You get this Chocolate in many different forms, From Nut Bars, to Buttons and Easter Eggs. This is probably Cadbury's most famous Chocolate labels. A lovely Bar which is full of Roasted and tasty Whole Nuts.
Well I have been a big Cadburys fan for years, and in my opinion Cadburys is the number 1 chocolate in the world. My first chocolate I had was the Cadburys whole nut it was like a party in my mouth, I couldn't get enough, it was so good I didn't want this feeling to end and before I knew it the whole thing was gone, I was a little bit sad I'm not going to lie. That first taste of Cadburys whole nut in your mouth, melting on your Tongue, filling your taste buds with all it needs and never wanting that taste to end. It's so good that even the Americans agree that we have the best chocolate. When you pick up the brown and purple packet bar and rip it open the scent of the chocolate hits you almost immediately, the bar is sectioned in little squares and when you break off the first square and put it in your mouth, That rich smooth chocolate texture breaking down in your mouth, you get to experience a little part of heaven. Now I could tell you all that is contained in the chocolate like the calories and the fat but that would only depress you and maybe sway you from picking up one of these heavenly chocolate bars, If you haven't tried one you haven't lived As you know the things that taste good are not necessarily good for you, wish that they were, but then that would make life just perfect and as we know life isn't that perfect, so if your trying to loose weight or trying to eat healthier this chocolate is not the way to go but it does make for a Great treat.
This is definately my favourite piece of cadbury chocolate, however you will probably find that if you do not like nuts then this is not for you as the nuts are quite large and portrude from the chocolate. The reason why I love this product so much is that the plainer, bander flavour from the nuts offset the sweet taste from the chocolate. This means that when eating large amounts of it you are not as likely to feel sick as you may do when you eat chocolate products which only contain chocolate. You do have to be careful though because as with all nuts, if you dont chew them properly they can get stuck in your throat so I would not recommend it for children who are under the age of 7. As this products contain nuts, it increases the nutritional value of the chocolate. Nuts contain protein as well as some other essential vitamins and minerals so eat up!!!
After having had a Cadbury's Dairy Milk Fruit and Nut bar and thinking they were nice but far form the best bar on the market, I've decided to have a fruitless bar and go with a whole nut. Funnily I think Dairy Milk should do a "Dairy Milk Fruit Bar" the best of both worlds, chocolate and fruit. The Dairy Milk brand sees plain Cadbury's milk chocolate in a 6 piece bar (or a larger family sized one) with multiple variations ranging from fruit and nut, nut, Turkish delight and a huge variety of others, though some of them have been unbranded such as the Dairy Milk Bubble has been returned to the Wispa bar. Coming in a Cadbury purple and brown wrapper with a white centre the bar is made of plain Cadbury brown dairy milk chocolate though there are lumps occasionally in it, that's just from the nuts being too close to the edge inside the chocolate. As for taste it's plain Cadburys chocolate which is thick and lovely, it's crunchie and full of taste, much more so than that of Nestle and much less powdery in taste than Mars', and more solid than the Galaxy range (which is premium Mars chocolate). The nuts add an extra something to the taste as well as an extra crunch in the texture of the bar, although it's not quite as nice as the fruit and nut (for some reason this one hurts my teeth more) it again is hard to actually find fault with the taste. The 49g bar contains: 270g Calories (13.5% RDA) 23.6g Sugars (26.2%) 17.3g Fat (24.7%) 8g Saturates (40%) 0.1g Salt (1.7%) Contains nuts and milk may contain wheat and soya. Overall the bar is like the rest of the brand lovely and as long as you like nuts and chocolate you should like this, however for those expecting a peanut based taste (such as in Snickers or Reese's bars) you're going to be sadly let down. Though if you like high quality chocolate with a nut addition this is perfect for you at a lower price. Despite their being being things like the Kinder Bueno against that has the chocolate being used to hold the centre, this has the chocolate as the lead. The bar of course does the annoying thing of saying it contains nuts and milk, questioning the intelligence of the buyer, why tell us that the bar has what it says it is inside it? What next "Contains chocolate"?
My review of Cadbury's Dairy Milk Whole Nut Bar. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Introduction ~~~~~~~~ Yesterday I was in Sainsbury's picking up a few groceries and other bits and bobs - I also picked up some chocolate and confectionary for the family to munch when we're watching movies and such like... Among my selection of 'bad for your waistline but great for your gob' treats was a 400g bar of Cadbury's Dairy Milk Whole Nut Chocolate; a firm family favourite... Chessboard Of Chunks ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ At £2.36 for a 400g bar, Cadbury's Dairy Milk Whole Nut is certainly not the cheapest chocolate bar on the market - but it does contain 64 segments that are arranged in groups of 8 x 8 chunks that you just break away from the main bar... The packaging seems to alter quite often for Cadbury's Dairy Milk Whole Nut; currently the design is a matt finish, purple coloured wrapper with the Cadbury logo, the name of the product and a picture of a single chunk/segment of the bar surrounded by hazel nuts. There are still old features to the design like the glass and a half of full cream milk being poured onto the chunk.... Mommy Look What I Did!! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Incidentally I wonder if any young child has ever looked at the picture of milk being poured over Cadbury's chocolate, and then tipped their own glass of milk over a chocolate bar ... much to the amusement or annoyance of the child's parents; it must have happened somewhere -lol!! (Or maybe it's just wishful thinking :-) I'm e6 Foot e2 Inches Tall!! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The bottom third of the packaging has a brown chocolate coloured band running across it, and the weight of the bar is written in the left hand corner as e400g (I hate it when they do weird stuff like that -what on earth does the 'e' stand for??) Even stranger ...(stranger to me anyway -as I'm not one for pouring over packaging to worry about the latest health fad; I know chocolate's bad for me no matter what they write on the pack; I just like it -lol!!)... ...is that in the right hand bottom corner on the front of the packaging, there's the representation of a magnifying glass together with aa catch phrase that sounds like something out of those lame 1970's government information films that were really patronising... 'Be treat wise' it says and 'get to know your GDAs'... GDAs; Cadbury Go Nuts Outside The Wrapper Too! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 'Not bloody likely' I thought while reading Cadbury's invitation... I don't know what a GDA is -lol!! ...sounds like another daft idea to me, but against my better judgement and in the interests of doing a good review I took the unusual action of actually checking the back of the pack to see what GDAs were all about. Turns out that GDA stands for Guideline Daily Amount (of what exactly? -lol!), I also note that Cadbury have not explained the intermittent use of the 's' re GDA / GDAs (one or the other please Cadbury - but preferably neither :-) ... Then we get a list of how many grams of fat and protein etc are in each chunk, so it appears that Cadburys are trying to show the daily amount you're 'allowed' to eat of fats, proteins, carbs etc and cross referencing that with the amount of those substances contained in a Cadbury's Dairy Milk Whole Nut Bar (both for each chunk, and per 100grams... how err... useful; NOT!). Melts In Your Base Camp Not In Your Hand! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Of course this Guideline Daily Amount business (shortened to 'GDA' or sometimes to the plural 'GDAs' too apparently -lol!!) is probably all nonsense; I may not be a scientist but I'm pretty confident that a mountain climber working up a sweat half way up Everest is going to want a lot more energy than me and my relatives sitting on the couch watching the telly -lol!! No way can our nutritional requirements all be the same regardless of age, size and the activity we happen to be doing... I don't believe a word of it...GDA?? Getaway!! So as I suspected, this GDA business does appear to be just another attempt to rationalise our consumption of chocolaty treats (note to Cadbury's - we buy chocolate cuz we like not cuz it's good for us -stop trying so hard -lol!!)... Sweet Conclusion That Hopefully Won't Lead To Dental Malocclusion :-) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The whole daft GDA (or GDAs -lol!) business aside; Cadbury's Dairy Milk Whole Nut is a superbly tasty treat for those of us who like milk chocolate and hazelnuts... The whole hazelnuts and chocolate are an ideal combination, and compliment one another very well, plus the ratio of hazelnuts to chocolate is just about spot on! Disadvantages - obviously this inclusion of hazelnuts into chocolate is one to avoid if you're allergic to or don't like nuts, and also not a wise choice if you're dieting/ or not keen on visiting the dentists -lol!! Other than that Cadbury's Dairy Milk Whole Nut is a stonkingly great tasting product, and if you buy the 400g bar, you'll have plenty of chunks to pass round too... Thank you so much for reading my review and I hope you found it interesting!!! Best wishes, Caveat-Emptor
CADBURY,S DAIRY MILK WHOLE NUT. Yes i love chocolate it picks me up when im feeling down, and i love in particular Cadburys. I always have Chocolate in my flat, i keep some in the fridge, thats because i like to be able to snap a large piece off when i fancy it, so find it better to buy a large sized bar, because it will last a lot longer. The Bar i brought was a large one 400grams of this lovely Chocolate. The Packaging ********** This bar comes in its distinctive colour of purple, and has a picture of a Full glass and a half glass of milk, being poured out over this chocolate, and a picture of some whole nuts, which are my favourite in chocolate. The Packet for this bar of chocolate is foil lined so that it keeps your Chocolate fresh and is not hard to open. The Taste********** Well this Chocolate tastes creamy and is really lovely chocolate, but you have the added bonus of whole nuts inside and i must say, that ive not had any bad nuts as yet, and the nuts in the chocolate always seem to be of good value and standard, and you do get a lot of nuts in this chocolate, you might get the odd square of chocolate that is just chocolate but i dont mind that. Each square has a little logo onit thats Cadbury,s for you, always do everything in style. I Love all the bars that are made by Cadbury,s and they have been making chocolate for over eighty years, and the chocolate always tastes great. Yes like most chocolatey items they are a bit fatterning, and per 100grams of chocolate you will be eating 500 calories, but like with most chocolate items eat in moderation, if you can just take a little bit out of your fridge now and again, and dont be greedy lol. Not suitable for those who unfortunately suffer with Nut Allergies. I love this Chocolate and buy it regularly from my local Sainsbury,s supermarket. Thanks for reading and rating my reviews xx
I had a Whole Nut today for the first time in ages and enjoyed it that much that I've just rung my dad to get him to bring me another one in when he comes home from work. Its Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolate that has got whole hazlenuts in it. There are loads of nuts in each piece of chocolate and the flavours go well together like chocolate and nuts always do. The hazlenuts are a bit crunchy and have a nice smooth flavour and they taste very fresh. The chocolate is delish as all Cadburys chocolate is, it's milk chocolate and melts perfectly in my mouth. I like sucking all the chocolate off and then eating the hazlenuts after because then you get all the flavours one after another. The chocolate on a Whole Nut is proper creamy and that makes it go good with the nuts because you get a nice change of textures and flavours. I had the normal sized Whole Nut because that is the right size for me and the segments of chocolate are nice and chunky so you get a proper mouthful of chocolate and it will last for ages if you suck it slow enough. I like these loads more than I remember and thought it was dead filling. Because it has got such a rich chocolate taste it made me not want any more chocolate for the rest of the day and that's good because I'm trying to cut down on my junk food at the minute. A normal size bar costs about 59p but you can get Whole Nuts in about 4 different sizes now and they all cost different but I think it works out that the bigger block you buy the better value for money it is but that's not much good for the lard on my thighs so I'll stick to the smaller bars.
I love nothing more than a nice square of creamy chocolate and Cadbury's milk chocolate with whole nuts has to be one of my favourites these days. I have also recently noticed that the chocolate is now 'Fair Trade' and still seems to be the same price (although this may be changing in the future). Cadbury's chocolate comes provided in a familiar purple wrapping which is foil fresh to keep the chocolate in pristine fresh condition. Each bar of chocolate (no matter what size) is moulded in to squares and each one is lovingly marked with the Cadbury's logo so you know it's the real deal! The addition of hazelnuts to this bar is brilliant, the squares are packed with lots of crunchy bits of hazelnut and the quality is decent. Cadbury's chocolate has a delicious, creamy taste to it without being too sickly sweet. The chocolate melts in the mouth absolutely deliciously and always leaves me wanting another square. The quality of the chocolate is fantastic and I really can find nothing to fault with it. The nuts were lovely and crunchy and quite reasonably sized. As well as being available in one person, 49g sizes you can get other sizes such as 230g and 400g which represent better value for money. The 400g bar is £2.43 in my local Sainsburys and these bars are frequently on special offer so I usually just stock up then. Overall I love cadbury's chocolate and the many different forms that it comes in. There are yoghurts, bars, bars with additional items such as mint choc chips or crunchie pieces. There really is nothing bad when it's surrounded by cadbury's chocolate! Per 100g of cadbury's dairy milk with whole nuts there is around 500 calories and 25g of fat so this should definitely be enjoyed in moderation. I am going to rate cadbury's dairy milk with whole nuts 5/5 as it's creamy and delicious and even better when eaten cold from the fridge. There are lots of hazelnuts and the bar has a fantastic smooth yet crunchy texture to it.
Dairy Milk Whole Nut is a chocolate bar made by Cadbury. The packaging has the distinctive purple of all Cadbury Dairy Milk products but on the bottom half it is a brown to signify the brown(ish) hazelnuts that the chocolate contains, or it could just be because that is the way it has always been done! There is also a picture of a square of the chocolate which has hazelnuts embedded in it surrounded by a generous handful of hazelnuts. The pack is made of a foil like plastic to keep things fresh and the bar of chocolate inside is breakable into square chunks or rectangular chunks if you have bought an individual bar. The aroma is that of a standard Dairy Milk bar with the nuts not really making any difference. Once you break some chunks of chocolate off you will notice that they are quite generously complimented by the hazelnuts with some of the nuts on the side of the chunks so they hang off. The chocolate is the same smooth and tasty dairy milk that you know but is added to with the hazelnuts which have a beautiful crunch and a light and refreshing flavour, in some chocolate bars you can get bad nuts but I have never had one in a Dairy Milk Whole Nut bar. The classic combination of chocolate and nuts is done extremely well with this bar with just the right ratio of chocolate and nuts; each square has at least its own nut so you always get the lovely crunch! The chocolate is high in fats, saturated fats, and sugar so I wouldn't make it a regular part of your diet but as the occasional treat it is wonderful. Per chunk Energy: 30Kcal Protein: 0.5g Carbohydrates: 2.8g of which sugars: 2.8g Fat: 2.0g Of which saturates: 0.9g
To cheer me up a bit (still got severe chest infection & pneumonia) my younger daughter came home with a large bar of my all-time chocolate bar - Cadbury's Dairy Milk Whole Nut. It was a big bar weighing 230g & just looking at it made my mouth water. They used to be packed in foil with a paper wrapper but this one has a kind of semi-shiny plastic-type almost matt packaging which is heat-sealed at both edges. I found it a bit tricky to open but don't worry it only took a few seconds! The smell of Cadbury's gorgeous milk chocolate hit me straightaway & made my mouth water as it just 'hit the spot'. Because of the size of this bar the chunks were substantial & a lovely milk chocolatey colour & you could see where the good-sized hazelnuts were hiding by the tell-tale lumps & bumps. Not only was there a lot of thick chocolate but also more nuts than I'd expected & they were, indeed, whole. I think Cadbury's have a knack of combining all the tastes perfectly in their bars & this one was no exception. Miss Piggy here managed to eat the whole bar over 3 evenings & enjoyed every succulent chewy chunk! It wasn't until I'd finished the whole bar that I looked at the nutritional values which are listed on the reverse - I didn't want to feel guilty - but the calories & fat are just as high as I'd expected I'm afraid. Per 100g there are 550 calories & 35.4g of fat but I told myself I'd at least had some protein from the nuts & milk! The ingredients are also listed & it states that the product contains nuts (obviously?), milk & may contain wheat & soya which unfortunately would make it unsuitable for some people. There's a website & postal address as well as a freephone telephone number on the wrapper plus a short history of the Cadbury brothers which is interesting to read. I must say I've never been disappointed by good old Cadbury's chocolate & much prefer it to Belgain & Continental & not having eaten any for a number of weeks I really enjoyed this Whole Nut chunky bar - it was a real treat! summary ~ - I think this is the best choc bar around for taste, colour & texture. - generous amount of thick chocolate plus whole hazelnuts. - well packaged. - no idea of the price I'm afarid (present) but I'm pretty sure this is one of the dearer bars on the market but, in my opinion, is worth every penny.
What is it? This is a well known brand of Cadbury's chocolate - Dairy Milk Whole Nut. Packaging: The chocolate goodness is contained within an instantly recognisable purple and brown foil wrapper with the Cadbury logo and the Dairy Milk Whole Nut text in a easy to read font. Also present on the main display panel is a small piece of chocolate containing nuts and the glass and a half of milk to indicate the dairy chocolate. The bar weighs 49 g. Appearance: The bar consists of 6 rectangular chunky pieces of chocolate with the Cadbury logo on top. There are visible pieces of nuts on the bottom of the bar. The nuts are a generous size. The chocolate was not crumbled or melted when I opened up the foil wrapper. However, make sure you store the chocolate in the fridge particularly during the Summer as this type of product would readily start to melt into a gooey mess in a warm room. The pieces of chocolate are fairly easy to break but you may get chocolate on your fingers during the process - ah well! Smell: The chocolate gives off a rich dairy milk chocolate smell, with a subtle hint of nuts. The smell is very tempting. Taste: The taste is superb and is a great combination of a standard dairy milk bar with an infusion of nuts. The combination works very well. The bar is very moreish and you'll struggle to not finish the bar in one sitting. The chocolate slightly sticks to the teeth but the overall flavour compensates for this. Value for money: The Co-op are offering 3 bars for 99 p - good value when a typical price for 1 bar is 50p. Healthy: Not likely as it is chocolate. So more suitable as a treat. Overall: You'll go nuts for this chocolate bar. The combination of dairy milk and nuts is excellent and this product makes an excellent treat if you are looking for a well earned chocolate fix.
I only bought this yesterday and lets just say it didn't last too long-although saying that I did give 2 chunks to my sister to keep her quiet about me buying it for myself! Cadburys are my favourite brand of milk chocolate. In my opinion they have got it bang on the mark. It's creamy yet not too sweet. The nuts go well with the chocolate. It doesn't leave an odd taste in your mouth when you've finished eating it and it's also got the right size chunks. I find that a lot of big bar chocolate, brands sometimes make it thinner in height so you don't get the right amount of satisfaction when you bite into it. There can be a bit of a problem however, generally once I've had one piece I end up breaking off the whole row. Naturally I'm going to have to eat that bit as well. And so on and so fourth. It is very morish. This Wholenut variety is my favourite, mainly because it gives a different texture and a bit more bite. On saying that the ratio to chocolate is not all that great. In a 230g bar only 15% of it is hazelnuts. Disgraceful! Naturally it does give quite a lot of your calorie intake if you eat the whole bar. However if you're than concerned then you should just not eat all of it in one go. 30 per square. I have also found out that cadburys' chocolate does actually melt in your fingers a lot quicker than other brands, so don't hold it in your hands otherwise you'll be left milky brown and gloopy. At the moment my Sainsburys have been doing a deal for £1.52-naturally the only reason why I bought it(!!) however prices can go up to £2.50 in some shops. The price is well worth the taste however, and every once in a while it's nice to enjoy chocolate without feeling too guilty about it.