Cadbury's Caramel Freddo Frog Reviews
Product Type: Cadbury Chocolate
Description:Brand: Cadbury's / Type: Caramel
Newest Review: ... on the wrapper is a list of full ingredients. The milk chocolate used here is the standard Cadburys milk chocolate which I ... more
by - written on 06/04/10 (Very useful, 36 readings)
When I was younger I remember that I used to eat these little beauties on a regular basis. They used to cost 10p so they were a great bargain for a chocolate fix. I think these probably cost about 18-20p now, which sometimes makes me feel really old, as I look at them and say things like "when I was a kid these only cost 10p", I'm only 25 now so if they are still around when I'm in my mid forties they will probably cost about £1.00! Anyway, rant aside, I still love these little bars.They are little dairy milk offerings filled with the soft sticky caramel from a caramel bar, and they are shaped like frogs. (I'm not sure why cadbury picked ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/03/10 (Very useful, 136 readings)
Freddo, the chocolate frog has been slipped a bit of caramel. Freddo is a brand of chocolate shaped like a little frog, they cost about 15-17p and are little tastes of heaven without the accompanying guilt trips about eating chocolate. They cost 95 calories per little chocolate frog and at only a few pence hardly break the bank. Why then play around with a winning product? They have taken our dear little frog and put some caramel in the middle, making the Frog cost a abit more at 17p and coming in 95 calories with a slightly eye-watering 4.5g of fat. Thats rather high for a chocolate bar which is at the most two inches high by one across and about ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/02/10 (Very useful, 82 readings)
Cadburys Freddo Caramel bars are little bars of dairy milk chocolate in the shape of a frog with a soft caramel centre. Each little bar of heaven retails for 15p each. If you buy in bulk though from a wholesalers you will be able to save yourself a pound or two. I don't know if any of you remember the old Taz bar bearing the image of the looney Tunes character upon it. Well Caramel Freddo is a re-branding of that product. I only mention it as whilst only 25 years old it's the Taz bars I remember from being a young child. The bars themselves are like a miniature bar of Cadburys caramel. It's the same sweet milky dairy milk chocolate and the same ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/12/09 (Very useful, 69 readings)
Whilst shopping recently in Morrisons I was checking out the sweet section to see if there was anything I could buy my kids for a treat when I came across Cadbury's Freddo Frog, there was the Caramel version and the one that was just Cadbury's Chocolate. It has been years since I have even seen any Cadbury's Freddo's, they are one of those chocolates that remind you of your childhood, I used to love eating those as a child. In the end I bought 4 Cadbury's Caramel Freddo Frog's, one each for my boys and one for myself. I love caramel so I think that is why I chose the caramel version but I'm sure the plain Freddo Frog's are equally as nice. I am a total ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/09/09 (Very useful, 134 readings)
After recently having had a Freddo I thought I'd hunt out the sister products which to my memory were called "Taz's" after the cartoon character Taz the Tasmanian devil, which featured the whirling dervish instead of the cute little frog as the products mascot. The main difference was that Taz's had a caramel filling, rather than solid and plain chocolate, and being a huge caramel fan, this appealed to me. However I was unable to stumbling across any Taz, I soon realised the product was re-branded "Freddo Caramel" and so I got one of them instead of spending my life searching for a product that no longer exists. Unlike it's sister product, this comes . Read the complete review
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