You guys must know by now that I have a severe weakness for chocolate. So I just HAD to let you know that Cadbury Dairy Milk has a new easter egg range.
There are three different easter egg variants to choose from, including these Hollow Eggs that are filled with Astros and Whispers…😍
And the best part, (in my opinion anyway) Cadbury Dairy Milk has now introduced marshmallow eggs called Fluffies!
They come in a box of 30 or at some stores, you can find the individual marshmallow eggs.
Let’s talk about these Fluffies.
First off, the Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolate shell is of course made from that good quality chocolate we have all come to know and love.
The Fluffies are very soft and squishy – almost ‘pillowy-like’.
The shell is very thin and covers the marshmallows two ‘layers’ – first white and then a very brand purpose purple layer. 😉
They are not too sweet, which I am happy about – and the marshmallow dissolves away quite quickly in your mouth as the chocolate melts away almost instantly.
The only problem I have is that they are bloody addictive.
From a digital and social perspective, there is a four-part series starring the full range of Easter characters, which tells the story of Easter Chicken’s disappearance and the missing Cadbury Easter eggs.
Fans can help Fluffy save Easter by finding the clues left by the crooks which are scattered across South Africa. These clues include audio recordings, torn evidence, and puzzles.
If your investigative skills lead to the right answers, you stand a chance to win weekly prizes. If you solve the first four clues, a bonus egg hunt will be unlocked which will afford you the chance to win a grand prize: a tailor-made family getaway worth R30 000.
Terms and Conditions apply. Go to the Cadbury SA Facebook page for more info.
Easter Egg Hunts
There’s something for everyone in the Cadbury Easter basket this year and family and friends can join in on the fun at the various Cadbury Easter Egg Hunts, in Johannesburg, Cape Town, and Durban:
- Johannesburg, Monte Casino: 19 – 22 April
- Walter Sisulu Botanical Gardens: 20 April
- Pretoria, Menlyn Sky: 15 – 22 April
- Durban uShaka Marine World: 20 – 21 April
- Cape Town Bugz Playpark: 22 April
Happy Marshmallow Munching,