Cadbury Cream Egg Ice Lolly Reviews
Product Type: Cadbury Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Type: Ice Cream / Ice cream lolly.
Newest Review: ... a pound for this terrible tasting, pathetic attempt at turning the fantastic cream egg into an ice cream I though it only ... more
by - written on 07/04/06, updated on 07/04/06 (Very useful, 1260 readings)
Egg on a Stick ~~~~~~~~~ Eggs and sticks conjure up to me a lovely soft boiled egg with dippy soldiers of toast lightly buttered with an additional smear of marmite. Yum, I'm dribbling! But no, this is not another breakfast review to follow on from porridge. Cadbury's have challenged my mental image of Eggs and Sticks by introducing the Crème Egg Ice Cream Lolly on a Stick. Believe it or not, this new chocolate crème egg ice cream lolly has not even made it onto the Cadbury website as yet. They show the outdated Crème Egg Cone. I happened to find a website called Snackspot which confirmed a sighting of a Crème Egg Ice Cream Lolly on a stick in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/07/09 (Very useful, 19 readings)
Cadbury Cream Egg's are a classic, that the whole country rushes out to buy at Easter. Combining it with ice cream, another English favourite, must make it a big hit, but some flaws let it down. The ice cream is tasty, good quality and not as sickly as the chocolate, so everybody with love it. However, the ice cream is a lot smaller than other similar products and it isn't available all year round. The packaging is very bright and easy to find, with the usual Creme Egg colours and branding. The text is very easy to read, and the box can be opened very easily. It does a good job of keeping the products safe, but isn't very strong so the product can be ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/04/09 (Very useful, 273 readings)
Today in my local Tesco my attention was drawn to the offers in the freezer cabinet. I was intrigued to spot the familiar design of the now famous Cadbury's crème egg design. However instead of chocolate eggs the design was pictured on a box of three Cadburys crème egg lollies. Priced at just £1 instead of the usual £2.79 I couldn't resist adding a box to my trolley! I would of course usually leave opening the box until my family returned home, but for the purposes of writing this review I was prepared to make the sacrifice of eating one for myself, I hope you are grateful! On opening the box I was a bit disappointed to see how small each lolly was. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/01/09 (Very useful, 303 readings)
I am slightly addicted to Cadbury's Cream Eggs - okay, I admit that's an understatement - I love Cadbury's Cream Eggs. When I discovered the Cadbury's Cream Egg lolly in my local supermarket, I was really excited to buy it as I thought it would be like having an extra cold Cadbury's Cream Egg! So where can I get Cadbury's Cream Egg lollies? These lollies are available in the frozen sections of most supermarkets in packs of three. They come in flat cardboard boxes in the usual cream egg colours (vibrant blue, red and yellow packaging with the cream egg logo and pictures on the packaging), so they should be really easy to spot if you do decide to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/08/08 (Very useful, 41 readings)
Cadbury's Crème Egg is one of my favourite treats as are the Cadbury's Crème Egg Twisted bars so when I found these in the freezer at Iceland I just had to try them. They cost £1 for a packet of three Cadbury's Crème Egg Ice Lolly which I thought was a fairly good deal, ice lollies are a lot cheaper but then again these are an ice cream and they are Cadbury's so that seems like a fair price for them. Thee come in a purple box with the words "Cadbury's Crème Egg" written across the front in a splat of yellow, they look very much like the packaging for the other types you can buy. There is also a picture of one of the lollies on the front of the box ... Read the complete review
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