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The wife picked up a box of these because they were £1 and because they were new. She is always doing this, but I suppose if she is wanting to try new things, then when they are on a special offer is the best time to do it. These haven't been out that long either, and can be found in most Supermarkets. Not sure if they have went back up to the normal price, which is around £1.60.
These are just Fingers, which are sticks of Crunchy Biscuit. They taste a bit Digestive like but not as crumbly. They have a slightly malty taste to them as well. The covering is Cadbury's Dream White Chocolate. I haven't seen a bar of this out for a long time and think I forgot it existed. This is Cadbury's version of White Chocolate. Not as Milky tasting as Nestle which I think has the best White Chocolate.
These are quite thin and Crisp. They are about finger lengh so I suppose that's where the name comes from.
You get quite a few of these in the pack and they are all stacked on a tray. The box is quite flat and the Fingers are stacked 2 high, but they tend to slop around in the tray anyway.
These are nice and not too sickly. I can eat a whole box in 1 go, but I would say they are a little bit more sweet than the Milk Chocolate ones.
A nice way to eat some Chocolate Biscuits.
I wrote a massive review on these but somehow managed to delete it, so I hope you will accept this somewhat shortened version!
I bought these new Cadbury Dream Fingers in Tesco after seeing them on offer for £1. They are easy to spot on the shelf as the white fingers on the packaging stand out against the Cadbury purple background.
About 24 fingers are included in the pack, which makes them ideal for putting out on a plate at a party, or indeed enjoying all to yourself which is what I did!
The white chocolate is Cadbury's Dream which is lovely and creamy. The ratio of biscuit to chocolate is just right in my opinion: the chocolate is thick but balances the biscuit well. The biscuit is crunchy but not dry and has a slight saltiness to it which contrasts with the very sweet chocolate.
These are ideal with a cup of tea, but too many of them can get a bit sickly. This is probably just as well, as I'd eat the whole pack if I could get away with it without feeling sick afterwards!
Ideal as an alternative to the milk chocolate fingers, or indeed as an alternative to any biscuit.
Im sitting munching these as I write (yet again) and find that they are one of the nicest biscuits I have ever eaten
Again these are produced under the Cadbury name but produced by the subsidiary Burton foods and were on offer in Tesco for £1.00
The biscuit is a shortcake type finger covered in white chocolate which makes them very moreish indeed
There are 24 fingers in the packet placed on a plastic tray which is sealed with a plastic sleeve , the packaging is cardboard and can be recycled I would assume
The chocolate coats the finger in an appropriate way and is not too thick leading to an enjoyable eat
In comparison to the milk chocolate finger I find these nicer as the chocolate one in my opinion had just that little bit too much chocolate on them
The dream fingers are a new launch according to the packet and as such may not be around for long , unless of course they prove to be as popular as the chocolate ones
Im not going to list the ingredients but will make note of the GDA and the following allergy advice
These biscuits may contain wheat, milk , soya , and traces of nuts
Calories 120 (6%) rabbit food munchers can have 1 and 1 only !
Sugar 6.8g (7.5%)
Fat 6.0g (8.5%) ok looks like the rabbit food munchers can have none
Saturates 3.2g (16%)
Salt 0.15g (2.5%)
Thanks for reading my review :)