Product Type: Cadbury's Dessert / Yoghurts
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Cadbury's Fudge yoghurt
Member Name: Lakerfanster
Cadbury's Fudge yoghurt
Advantages: Nice taste, cheap, easy
Disadvantages: Better desserts available
Whilst doing a weekly shop today in Morrisons I decided to look at the desserts and came across these as part of an offer which was 3 for £1 which I thought was a decent offer. As well as the Fudge variety I also bought one of the Wispa ones. There are quite a few different Cadbury's desserts already available, including Flake and Crunchie and I had eaten these before and decided to try them again so why not try the others again too?. I'm sure you are all aware of the little Fudge chocolate bars which are one of the smaller chocolate bars on the market and a kids favourite for many years. These normally retail for around 45p and contain 90grams.
As you peel off the lid you get the lovely smell of the creamy Cadbury's chocolate which looks like a very smooth mousse. What you get mixed in with the chocolate is of course the fudge pieces just like the combination which is contained in the bar. The taste of the fudge pieces and chocolate brings you back to the small chocolate treats of your childhood. I'm sure there will be times when you prefer to have the chocolate bar but this is also a tasty fudge treat which will appeal to people of all ages due to it's appealing taste. Although this dessert is quite rich it's certainly not that rich and it's fine for a regular dessert as part of a balanced diet.
Whilst the taste is not as mouth wateringly good as some more expensive and luxurious desserts it does a decent job at a cheap and easy pudding and an after school snack. I feel it also benefits from being a cheaper option than many other desserts which will counteract the unhealthy aspect compared to a Muller light or Shape Yoghurt for instance. I have tasted better puddings than this that's for sure but for the price and size they are available at it's certainly not such a bad choice for people who like chocolate and fudge and like reminiscent chocolate treats from their childhood. As these are available individually why not pick up one next time you do your main shop.
Summary: Cadbury's fudge
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