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Cadbury launches Caramilk bunnies just in time for Easter

Cadbury launches Caramilk bunnies just in time for Easter – but you need to hop in quick because stocks won’t last

  •  Cadbury have released Caramilk Easter bunnies, after success of the flavour
  •  In 2020 the mini chocolate eggs proved successful so the range has expanded
  • The chocolate is hugely popular in Australia and has a cult-like following

Chocolate lovers are in a frenzy over the newest addition to Cadbury’s Easter range –  Caramilk bunnies.

The newly-launched Easter bunny range comes a year after the first Caramilk Easter eggs hit the shelves – and are already proving extremely popular seven weeks before the holiday.

One Caramilk fan posted a picture of one of the chocolate bunnies on Instagram and said the new arrival ‘could be a problem’ for her.

Chocolate lovers are in a frenzy over the newest addition to Cadbury’s Easter range – Caramilk bunnies

Cadbury has launched Cherry Ripe, Mint Chip and Caramilk bunnies this Easter

Cadbury has launched Cherry Ripe, Mint Chip and Caramilk bunnies this Easter

 ‘I hear you, Easter wins every time,’ one woman replied.

While others just expressed their love for Caramilk and the newly released Easter treat.

Cadbury has also added a Cherry Ripe and Mint Chip bunny to their Easter range.

The newly-released chocolates first hit the shelves of major supermarkets on February 10, according to a Cadbury spokesperson.

The bunnies are 125g and retail for $5.50.

The Caramilk Easter range also includes small eggs, which are available in 110g packs for $4.50 and 230g packs for $8.

There is also a Caramilk Easter box which comes with one big egg and a selection of smaller eggs.

There is also a Caramilk Easter box which comes with one big egg and a selection of smaller eggs

There is also a Caramilk Easter box which comes with one big egg and a selection of smaller eggs

Caramilk chocolate lovers could soon be in for a real treat, if rumours are to be believed, Milkybar Gold - a caramel twist on the original, will soon hit the shelves

Caramilk chocolate lovers could soon be in for a real treat, if rumours are to be believed, Milkybar Gold – a caramel twist on the original, will soon hit the shelves

WHAT CARAMILK TREATS CAN I BUY THIS EASTER? 

This Easter Cadbury has expanded their Caramilk range to include bunnies. These are available at Coles and Woolworths.

1- Caramilk Bunnies – the newly-launched rabbits are 125g and retail for $5.50

2- Caramilk mini eggs – these are available in two sizes; 110g packs for $4.50 and 230g packs for $8

3- Caramilk Easter box – these contain a large hollow egg and some mini eggs and retails at $10

Caramilk chocolate has a cult-like following across Australia, and is one of the country’s favourite Cadbury flavours.

Home cooks and cafes have all had a crack at making the best fudges, cakes, cookies and even pizzas using the famous block.

Rival brands have also tackled the flavour – with the latest rumours pointing to a caramelised Milkybar product.

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk



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