Thursday 11 December 2014

Christmas Gift Ideas: Cadbury

Chocolate plays a huge role in Christmas and many people buy chocolate sets to gift to family members or to put in their children's stockings. 

I'm pretty sure that every has heard or tried Cadbury chocolate and like every year, they have released a range of chocolate especially for Christmas. 

New this year is the Cadbury Dairy Milk Mousse Snowman with a chocolate centre. Last year, Cadbury released a similar bar but that one had a vanilla centre. This new bar is absolutely delicious and it retails at only 65p! 

Also new this year is the Cadbury Bitsa Wispa tube. I love Wipsas, they are my favourite chocolate bar so these tubes are right up my street. The tube contains bite size pieces of Wipsa in a lovely festive packaging and it retails at only £1.42.

Cadbury have also released a Dairy Milk carton which contain bite-size pieces of Dairy Milk. You can leave this out for Santa as a lovely treat alternative to a glass of milk for only £2.29. 

Everyone is wishing for a white Christmas and if we don't get snow this year, you can still get snowballs courtesy of Cadbury. Their share bags of Snowbites are delicious and are perfect for sharing around the Christmas tree. They retail at £1.15. 

Starting the 1st December we always love to count down to Christmas. Cadbury have three new cheerful Dairy Milk Advent Calendar designs so you can get your own little moment of joy every day for only £2.19 for a 90g calendar or £3.14 for a 170g one.

Cadbury have also released a range that are perfect for use as stocking fillers. The Cadbury Dairy Milk Winter Wonderland bar is made up of cute white and milk chocolate tree-shared chunks. It is made for sharing but I can't promise that I would do that! This bar retails at £1.49. 

Perfect for kiddies, the Freddo Faces tube contains the Cadbury's favourite frog in five fun faces for only £1.42. 

Staying with the Freddo frog theme, Cadbury have brought back their Dairy Milk Freddo Popping Candy. I love these! They come in four different designs and pop, pop, pop away in your mouth for only 20p each! 

My son C's personal favourite has to be the Dairy Milk Button tube. The classic chocolate button in a festive tube retails at only £1.42 and I already have a few of these packed away for his stocking!

To bring some magic to Christmas, you can buy a hollow milk chocolate Snowman and Santa for only £2.13 each. 

Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without the classics. Everyone needs a selection box at Christmastime and Cadbury have their usual range out in stores. The 90g box retails at £2.19 and the medium sized one is £2.99. 

The stocking selection box is back but this year it has a new addition - the Dairy Milk Marvellous Creations Jelly Popping Candy bar! This stocking retails at £3.99. 

Finally, the Christmas staple. Cadbury of course have their trusty tubs and boxes of Roses and Heroes. The tubs retail at £9.19 and the 350g boxes are £4.59. The Heroes have a new addition this year  - Wispa!

I'm sure you can all agree that Cadbury really have something for everyone! These Cadbury items are available at all leading supermarkets. 

(Disclaimer: I received a selection of Cadbury chocolate in exchange for this post.)  

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