Cadbury Cream Egg Bar Reviews
Product Type: Cadbury Dessert / Yoghurts
Newest Review: ... So they've cleverly replaced egg shape with bar that can be purchased all year round. Yes this kind of defeats the object ... more
by - written on 04/05/10 (Very useful, 9 readings)
The Cadbury's Creme Egg Bar delicious. Cadbury's have understood that taking the cadbury's Creme Egg itself off the shelves after Easter leaves a gaping egg-shaped hole in the stomaches of the chocoholics in this country. So they've cleverly replaced egg shape with bar that can be purchased all year round. Yes this kind of defeats the object of having an egg coloured filling, and why didn't they just create a similar tasting filling without having anything to do with eggs? Well the fact is they do provide the same well known great taste of the cadbury's egg, super sweet gooey inside, which, to be honest some may find too sweet, but made in an easier to hold ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/05/06 (Very useful, 753 readings)
Firstly, being a bit of a spelling pedant, I would like to point out that it is creme egg not cream egg as currently spelt by Dooyoo, maybe someone can get this changed? In fact it is not even called a creme egg bar; it is a Cadbury Dairy Milk with Creme Egg. The Cadbury Dairy Milk with Creme Egg is the latest in the range of Cadbury bars based on the Dairy Milk but with various different fillings. It has six segments and each has a soft yellow and white fondant centre. This centre is sticky, creamy, sugary and exceedingly sweet. The chocolate itself is quite thin on the top, but has a chunkier underside that manages to swamp the taste of the fondant ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/01/10 (Very useful, 24 readings)
First of all, I'm not a huge chocolate fan. I do however get the occasional sweet tooth that has been satisfied many a time by an original cadburys creme egg. This bar however does not quite hit the spot like the original. The chocolate is identical in taste to the original egg, the classic dairy milk taste. But is substantially thinner in the bar form, and less satisfying. The amount of creme in the centre is adequate but i feel that they contain quite a bit of an air pocket- similar to the caramel bars. The main downside to the bar rather than the egg is the exact thing that they advertised so heavyly many years ago with the slogan 'how ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/11/06, updated on 03/11/06 (Very useful, 140 readings)
I can hear the carollers at the door singing "Christmas is coming, creme eggs are on their way" and you know its true. With only 51 shopping days left till The Big Day, you might be wondering what there is too look forward to once all the chrimbo decorations are down and the tinsel has stopped sparkling. Well the answer is creme eggs of course! No sooner have the shops cleared away their selection packs and chocolate christmas tree decorations, than out come the newly arrived boxes and boxes of jewel coloured creme eggs. But what can we, who love the creme egg, and miss the creme egg for those 6 months of the year when we do not see it, what can we ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/12/06 (Useful, 151 readings)
Ok now I love Cadbury Cream Eggs, and when the Bar came out I thought I would try it, just to see whether it was as nice as the original. Therefore here is my feedback after my testing: Taste: Now the taste of the Bar is the same as the creme egg. It still has the nice taste or outer chocolate with the creamy center, so loved and used to from the Egg. Therefore when you look at the taste of the Bar, it matches the egg as before and passes the taste test. Shape: Now when considering the shape of the Bar I must admit that it is a little more handy then the old fashioned egg. It is easy to carry, does not roll off your desk ... Read the complete review
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