Product Type: Cadbury's Dessert / Yoghurts
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What could be nicer than chocolate Fudge & chocolate Cadbury's yoghurt?!
Cadbury's Fudge yoghurt
Member Name: katykicker
Cadbury's Fudge yoghurt
Advantages: Delicious taste, lots of Fudge, fairly reasonably priced for such a nice treat.
Cadburys Fudge Twin Pot is a new version in the ever increasing list of products also available in dessert form by Cadburys.
The dessert is provided in a purple pot which can be snapped in two so that you can lift up the section containing the 15-20 small pieces of fudge and these are easy enough to mix these in to the thick chocolate yoghurt by just bending the smaller, Fudge containing, section of the pot. This is the standard for these Cadburys products and the only difference between them all is the label on the top of the pot which shows some of the chocolate yoghurt on a spoon with a few small pieces of chocolate covered fudge on the top.
The taste of the yoghurt is delicious, it's very chocolately and has that distinctive Cadburys flavour to it. The fudge pieces are several different sizes from a couple of millimetres up to a centimetre or so and these are lovely, just like the original Fudge chocolate bar. The fudge is nice and chewy and perfect for sinking my teeth in to and these are even more delicious as the Fudge pieces have been chilled when stored in the fridge. When you mix the Fudge pieces with the yoghurt it's not unlikely to find that most of the fudge has ended up clumped together in the bottom of the pot but I don't mind as I LOVE fudge, oh yes, and the Cadbury's yoghurt.
This yoghurt had a sell by date of around 2-3 weeks but that didn't matter as it's gone now and I'm going to try a different one next time! Yum.
Each 90g pot contains 225 calories and 11g of fat so these should be enjoyed in moderation.
These are around 64-67p in the big four supermarkets and there is usually some variation of a special offer as 5 for £3.00 or 4 for £2.50 so it's worth keeping your eyes peeled but remember a saving of just 18p over four pots (based on Sainsburys 67p each and 4 for £2.50) isn't actually much of a saving if these are just being brought because of the offer and not because you don't mind eating an unhealthy yoghurt each lunchtime!
I am going to rate this one 5/5, I have been a little disappointed in the past when there has not been made of the chocolate based 'side portion' but this was not the case with this yoghurt as there was an ample amount of Fudge and I was surprised that there was actually 18 pieces with only 2 being minute and the rest being reasonably bite sized pieces. I am going to purchase this again but not before I have sampled some of the other ones in the range!
Summary: A delicious yoghurt with yummy Cadburys Fudge and a reasonable amount of it too!
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