Mum’s two-ingredient ‘Cadbury Caramilk Hokey Pokey’ recipe goes viral after the limited edition block launches
- Cadbury’s limited-edition Caramilk Hokey Pokey is not sold in Australia
- As a result, chocolate lovers are making their own creations that replicate it
- Hokey Pokey combines Caramilk chocolate with crunchy honeycomb pieces
- Home bakers are mixing Caramilk with Violet Crumble or honeycomb fudge
After the news surfaced that Cadbury’s limited-edition Caramilk Hokey Pokey will be unavailable to purchase in Australia, chocolate lovers are now making their own similar versions at home.
The Hokey Pokey product combines Caramilk’s caramelised white chocolate with crunchy pieces of sweet honeycomb.
One woman posted on Facebook and shared her four-step replica recipe using Caramilk and Violet Crumble.
After the devastating news that Cadbury’s limited-edition Caramilk Hokey Pokey will not be available to purchase in Australia, chocolate lovers are now making their own similar creations
One woman posted on Facebook and shared her four-step replica recipe using Caramilk and Violet Crumble
Dee shared images and said it was very simple to make by combining the two popular chocolates together.
‘So easy – just melt Caramilk, cut chocolate off Violet Crumble, then mix together and let set in fridge,’ she said.
Other chocolate lovers online were impressed with the recipe and were eager to make it themselves.
‘Shut up and take my money!’ one person said.
‘Amazing, easy as!’ another said, a third added: ‘I’m making it tomorrow!’
Another woman also tried the recipe but used honeycomb fudge instead of Violet Crumble and cooked the chocolate in a slow cooker
Another woman also tried the recipe but used honeycomb fudge instead of Violet Crumble and cooked the chocolate in a slow cooker.
Lisa, from Queensland, posted on Facebook as well and said she thought she’d try making ‘something different’ – and the results turned out delicious.
Both recipes shared by Dee and Lisa replicate Cadbury’s Hokey Pokey chocolate well and is a good alternative since the product is unavailable in Australia.
HOW TO MAKE HOMEMADE HOKEY POKEY CHOCOLATE
Cadbury Caramilk chocolate
Violet Crumble or honeycomb fudge
Melt the Caramilk chocolate
Breakup the honeycomb into pieces
Leave to set in the fridge or slow cooker