Product Type: Milka Chocolate
Newest Review: ... hazelnut paste, so it's one to avoid if you have an allergy, and perhaps Milka should make it clearer. Overall, I have really enjo... more
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Milka Happy Cows Chocolate
Member Name: angelboouk
Milka Happy Cows Chocolate
Advantages: TASTY CHEAP
Disadvantages: TOO MANY CALORIES!
*About the Product*
Milka was created in 1901. It is a range of chocolate bars made by Kraft Foods and made from milk from cows who graze in the Alpines. There are currently 6 varieties in the range and the one i am reviewing is called Happy Cows. Happy Cows is milk chocolate with white chocolate added to it.
The bar of chocolate comes wrapped in a resealable lilac packet. One the front there is the name of the bar, a picture of the Milka cow and a picture of the chocolate aswell as a calorie content indicator. The back of the packet gas the ingredients, company details, nutritional information, best before date and size of the bar.
The main ingredients are
For the milk chocolate - sugar, cocoa butter, skimmed milk powder, cocoa mass, whey powder, milk fat, hazelnut paste, emulsifier, flavouring.
For the white chocolate - sugar, cocoa butter, skimmed milk powder, whey powder, milk fat, emulsifier and flavouring.
Warnings - contains milk, hazelnuts, soya and may contain traces of other nuts or wheat.
Each 100g bar contains
530kcal, 6.3g protein, 58.5g sugar, 29.5g fat (17.5g that saturates).
Milka is available from Poundland, Lidl etc. Poundland are currently running an offer for 3 for £2 for a 100g bar and you can mix and match between varities.
I love this chocolate! My Mum first introduced me to this when she brought some home from a trip to Austria and i fell in love with it. The smell is delicious and it melts in your mouth though i do feel awful eating it as its so laider with calories that i could be doing without at the moment! I haven't seen much of this around in stores over the years but spotted it when i went into Poundland today. I bought 3 bars, this one, the normal milk chocolate and the cream one for £2 for the lot. I have ate a few pieces but will keep the rest for the weekend otherwise i will be ill with toothache as it very sweet and shouldn't be consumed all at once! Note to self :) One thing i wasn't aware of before today is that it has hazelnuts in it..i don't like nuts and i certainly cannot taste any in the chocolate which is a bonus! Go on, indulge!
Summary: GO ON INDULGE IN A COW
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