Product Type: Cadbury's Dessert / Yoghurts
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Chocolate & Fudge Yogurt!!
Cadbury's Fudge yoghurt
Member Name: star3683
Cadbury's Fudge yoghurt
Advantages: tasty, seperate pots for yogurt and fudge, easy peel lid
Disadvantages: a little on the expensive side
On a recent trip to my local Asda store I spotted the range of Cadburys individual pot desserts on special offer and as I am quite partial to desserts I decided to try one. Although there are various different dessert in this range that are based on the different Cadburys chocolate bars I opted to purchase the fudge one.
This dessert comprises of a milk chocolate dessert with milk chocolate coated fudge pieces. As stated I purchased my fudge dessert from Asda where they were on special offer at £0.50 each. I have spotted these desserts before and have been eager to try them but have been reluctant to purchase them at full price as they are rather expensive for an individual dessert and usual retail for around £0.70 each.
The fudge dessert came in a plastic pot which is the signature Cadburys purple colour with a plastic peel able orange and purple lid with Cadburys logo on and picture of a spoonful of the dessert. The plastic pot is split into two sections the larger one which contains the milk chocolate dessert and the smaller one which contains the chocolate covered fudge pieces. On the lid and the side of the pot you can find all the information that you need to know about the dessert including nutritional information, ingredients listings and storage instructions.
Obviously with this being a chocolate dessert and containing chocolate fudge pieces it is not the healthiest dessert option but is nice for a treat as part of a balanced diet. Although the pots contain 90g the nutritional information per 100g which contains the following:
The lid is really easy to remove from the pot with it having a little tab at the corner which you fold back and pull. This reveals the creamy looking chocolate dessert and the fudge pieces. I was a little disappointed that there did not seem to be many fudge pieces with them only making up 16% of the dessert but I suppose they are just to act as a topping to the dessert. The milk chocolate dessert was thinner in consistency than I expected it to be and had more of a yogurt like consistency. But overall I was pleasantly surprise the dessert section was very smooth and silky in texture and had a lovely creamy chocolate taste. I actually tipped the fudge pieces into the dessert and they worked perfectly with it giving a nice additional chocolaty, chewy contrast in texture to the dessert.
Overall I think these are great little desserts to have as a treat every so often, I do think they are little overpriced when not on offer so I would certainly recommend looking out for offers on this fudge dessert and others in the range.
Summary: A great combination of milk chocolate yogurt and chocolate covered fudge all in one pot!
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