Product Type: Cadbury Chocolate
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ITS SNOWING CHOCOLATE?
Cadbury's Snow Bites
Member Name: janjandskye
Cadbury's Snow Bites
Date: 09/12/09, updated on 09/12/09 (72 review reads)
Advantages: something a bit different.
Disadvantages: none ive noticed.
CADBURY'S SNOW BITES......
I had already seen these in my local supermarket when shopping, and they were priced at just over a £1.00 per packet, but much to my suprise they were being sold in Wilkinsons for two packets for the price of £1.50p.
What really drew me to these packets, were the seasonal packaging and on the front of the packets they were coloured purple the distinctive colouring for Cadbury's Chocolate with the word Snow Bites written in what looks like snow, and the little pictures of little houses roofs covered in snow and little trees covered in snow, in the middle of the picture there is a little snowman with his head that is a round white ball looks like its one of their sweets. Also there is a picture of a little Christmas Tree, so i am wondering if these new sweets are just out for the Christmas Period.?
Inside the bags which contains 100grams of these chocolate sweets, there is plenty of these little balls of solid Chocolate and they taste really good, each ball is made to look like a little snowball having a covering of icing sugar thinly dusted over them to give them a snowball look.
They taste really good, the centres are hard solid chocolate and with the added dusting of the icing sugar on these balls they taste good, very morish and very addictive, they are really nice and just that little bit different. Both me and my grandaughter liked them.
They contain a list of G D A s, which are as follows : calories 240 gs. Sugars 33.7gs. Fat 11gs. Saturates 6.9gs. Salt 0.1gs.
They are suitable for Vegeterians. But Warning states may contain Soya and Milk.
The Chocolate tasted just as good as any bar of chocolate that i have ever tasted from Cadbury's but i also liked the fact that they were just a bit different having the coating thinly on top of them, i must say that i would definitely be buying some more of these treats for my Grandchildren for Christmas.
Summary: Buy two packets for the price of £1.50p which makes them a good buy from Wilkinsons.