We'll take five, thanks
This week, ASDA launched their marshmallow-flavoured Unicorn Ice Cream (sounds dreamy, right?) and we were excited to hear that we can now get our hands on Cadbury Creme Egg ice creams. And let's not forget the wonderful news that Kinder Bueno ice creams that are finally coming to the UK.
So. Much. Ice cream.
Yes, it's February, and yes, it's cold, but we're apparently having a mini winter heatwave over the next few days so it's fine.
But if you're looking for something that's both heavenly and bite-sized - and perfect all year around - look no further. We've found the snack of your dreams.
While we were excited about the fact that Green Tea Kitkats are on their way to Britain, there's something even better in the chocolate pipeline and we can hardly contain ourselves.
Enter the Cadbury Oreo Chocolate Egg.
While we're forever devoted to the original Creme Egg, this egg with an Oreo spin on it gets a huge yes from us.
Cadbury is launching the Oreo eggs in time for Easter, and we're here for it. The traditional Cadbury milk chocolate egg is filled with a creamy Oreo filling containing Oreo pieces, and it sounds delicious.
They'll be available nationwide and will set you back a very reasonable 58p.
We'll take the lot.
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