Cadbury Marvelous Creations

This chocolate has been a bit of a hype magnet right? It’s probably due to Cadbury sending freebies out to ‘influential people.’ But goddamnit, it’s probably worth it.

If you haven’t already seen it/tasted it/ dreamt about it, well you should.

Cadbury Marvellous Creations come in three flavours – Jelly Crunchie Bits, Jelly Popping Candy Beanies and Peanut Toffee Cookies. They’re a combination of milk chocolate and amazingly tasty little bits. So far I’ve tried the Jelly Crunchie Bits and  Peanut Toffee Cookies and they were both amazing. The Jelly Crunchie Bits is like a combination of the jelly bits from Black Forest Chocolate and little bits/ slivers of Crunchie. Just imagine the goodness, roll it around your tongue, salivate over the creamy, crunchie, jelly tastiness. In my opinion this will probably be the best one.

The Peanut Toffee Cookies one is not as much my jam. The cookies are just, yeah. But that being said, it was still incredibly moreish.

They’ve tried to make these chocolates look a bit snazzy/ different/ funky and while it looks cool, to be honest it’s just annoying. It’s probably the only downside for me, because it makes them really hard to break up.

Talking about these chocolates though, I have a question for any passersby. When I was a kid there was another novelty Cadbury chocolate and I want to say that it was like a bugs type idea? There were jellies in them and other magic, but what on earth was it called? If anyone could help me out here, that would be awesome.

For the meantime though, you can get these slabs of chocolate, sweet, tasty goodness from the supermarket for somewhere between a fiver and six dollars. Do it.

Disclaimer: I’m a chocolate fiend, and so it’s probably harder for me to dislike this. Pickier chocolate consumers may not be so hot on it. Especially if you’re dark chocolate or go home.

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