Cadburys Dairy Milk Shortcake Biscuit yoghurt Reviews
Product Type: Cadbury's Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Brand: Cadbury's / Type: Yoghurts
Newest Review: ... desserts. The packaging for this was alright. It was a stardy enough plastic tub, which had a larger compartment and a ... more
by - written on 24/09/09 (Very useful, 43 readings)
I like the Cadbury's range of Chocolate desserts and this is the latest one I have tried. Perhaps not that cheap for what you get, but yummy nonetheless. I paid 58p for the 80g tub, and sometimes Asda does 4 desserts for £2, so a little saving to be had. These are found in the chiller section nearby to the yoghurts and other Chocolate desserts. The packaging for this was alright. It was a stardy enough plastic tub, which had a larger compartment and a small-ish one. The lid was a covering of cellophane which was easy enough pulled off. The main colouring was a deep purple and the lid had the Dairy Milk branding and a lighter blue colour as well. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/07/09 (Very useful, 18 readings)
I am a huge fan of Cadbury's confectionary products. In my eyes they rarely do anything wrong and no other brand tastes close to this. Cadburys dairy milk has an amazing flavour and they seem to be able to wave that magic wand over everything they do. I was pleased when I tried Cadburys dairy milk yoghurt that this was no exception. The yoghurt come in a traditional Cadbury's purple pot. It is plastic with a peel off foil lid to keep it fresh. I am not sure if any of the packaging is recyclable or not. The lid is blue and purple and has pictures of the yoghurt and shortbread on the front, which look very appetising. The purple pot is split into two sections, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/09/08 (Very useful, 155 readings)
Last night I went to visit my daughter and noticed her giving the girls' a lovely looking dessert in a purple pot that I hadn't seen before. I craftily offered to feed the baby hers so I could have a taste for myself! They are made by Cadbury's and are not a yogurt (as stated in the product title) but a chocolate dessert, it's a twin pot with the larger half of the pot holding a generous amount of smooth chocolate dessert and a smaller section containing lots of small balls of biscuit. The idea is to tip the balls into the dessert to make a more indulgent version of their Dairy Milk with Shortcake bar. Now, my granddaugher is only 15 months old so ... Read the complete review
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