Cadbury's Freddo Frog Reviews
Product Type: Cadbury Chocolate
Newest Review: ... to 15p and recently has just rose again to 20p, which seems like a large increase for the same product however it is still ... more
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Cadbury's Milk Chocolate Freddo - 10 Pack
A retro classic - Cadbury's Dairy Milk chocolate bar in the sha ...
Last Update 25.05.2013 10:12
by - written on 26/05/10, updated on 26/05/10 (Very useful, 41 readings)
Cadbury's Freddo Frog is a shaped chocolate bar consisting of a 15 gram solid piece of Cadbury's milk chocolate shaped into a frog. Introduced in 1930 and remaining popular today, the range also includes versions filled with strawberry, peppermint or caramel. Freddo Frogs can be found in corner shops and petrol stations and you should expect to pay 15p for a standard bar. The bar comes packaged in an easy open purple wrapper, with the smiling figure of a (dressed) frog on the front. Freddo dairy milk is stamped across his T-Shirt. The bars should be kept in a cool dark place (or the fridge in hot weather) and the chocolate will keep for several months. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/04/10 (Very useful, 45 readings)
When I was little I can remember every time my dad used to go up to the local shop to pick up a newspaper I would always walk up there with him. I think it was a source of bribery as I would always seem to come home with a Freddo for being good. These used to be only 10p when I was younger as were easily affordable from my whole 50p pocket money. I recently went into the Sainsbury's petrol station and saw them tucked away on the bottom shelf and decided to get one for my daughter. I noticed they now retail at 15p. This cute little frog chocolate is around 2 inches tall and 3 cm's wide. They are fairly thick, I would say around half a centimetre. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/02/10 (Very useful, 51 readings)
Cadbury seem to be changing the titles of all their chocolate bars to include Dairy milk, we once had the Cadburys caramel but we now have the Dairy milk with caramel and where the Turkish delight bar used to be known as Cadbury Turkish delight it is now Cadbury Dairy milk with Turkish delight. I cannot really see the point for this but hey what does it matter really, well that is until I found out that they have renamed the Freddo Frog bars... Cadbury freddo dairy milks, how ridiculous and a bit sad. Freddo`s will always be Freddo forgs to me and they will always be a chocolate I buy, I mainly buy them for the grandkids but if I fancy just a little ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/02/10 (Very useful, 35 readings)
Cadbury freddos have been around for as long as I can remember, but thats not really that long! I always used to buy one on the way to school every Friday with my friend as a bit of a tradition! I'm sure that everyone will have heard of them, the classic dark purple cadbury's colour is present on the wrapper as always as is a cartoon frog, and it is about the length of a credit card, and slightly thinner than that. The chocolate treat is frog shaped, hence the name! When you open the packet there is that really nice smell of Cadbury's chocolate present. When you snap a piece of the frog of, or take a bite from it, it has a very nice texture thats ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/02/10 (Very useful, 64 readings)
Freddos were first introduced in the 30's and have been popular ever since. Freddos remind me of my childhood so much which is one of the reasons I love them. They are made by Cadbury which I think is a very reputable chocolate make anyway. I love the rich and sweet taste of their chocolate. It's quite thick but isn't too rich like I tend to find Lindt. Out of the huge variety of Cadbury chocolates, this was always the cheapest at just 10p. Now I'm going to have a bit of a rant here. It was some time ago now when I heard that they were putting Freddo's up to 15p. I laughed it off but when I saw one, sure enough, 15p. This is like blasphemy! A 15p ... Read the complete review
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