“ Brand: Cadbury / Type: Milk „
This is my review for Cadbury's Dairy Milk Marvellous Creations, Jelly and Popping Candy.
These chocolate bars are relatively new having hit the shops less than a year ago. They caught my eye in the shop as they contained popping candy which I have always liked, and then I spotted the jelly which intrigued me to have a try. I popped two bars into the trolley and carried on my way.
This bar is basically a Cadbury's Dairy Milk filled with popping candy and jelly chunks. Each bar has 5 sections which you can snap off to make into mouth sized pieces and usually each section has either some jelly, popping candy or a bit of both. The popping candy is a nice edition as it gives the bar a little crunch in places and I also love the feel of the candy popping and making the noise in my mouth (big kid!!). I was surprised how much I enjoyed the jelly pieces and what a lovely contrast it was to the chocolate. I love the chewy texture of the jely chunks dotted inside the chocolate and the flavours really work well together.
Each bar will cost you between 60-90p depending if you are shopping in a supermarket or a petrol station! This has really become one of my firm favourites as I feel it really brings something different to the already massive selection of chocolate bars on offer these days.
Each bar contains 235 calories, 27.5g of sugar, 12.5g fat, 7.7g saturated fat and 0.11g salt so it really should be a treat and not an every day consumption.
A delicious addition to the ever growing selection of chocolate bars, thanks for reading.
There's something distinctly different about Dairy Milk Australia...their Joyville bars are not only made with little bits of jelly and crunchies, they are apparently made with Joy. Is that food-safe? Joyville jelly is incredibly chewy and fragrant, rather Turk-ish Delight-ish, and combines most satisfactorily with the little crunchie bits and very thick chocolate for a really long lasting and Marvellous mouthful. The whole bar is eccentrically fashioned in large bark-like chunks and...well, you'll have to see for yourself, it's defying our powers of description. And that's a record! Hello, Guinness Book? Got one for ya...