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To ask if anyone else has tried the new cadbury with oreo bar?

(40 Posts)
Ullena Wed 23-Jan-13 15:18:36

DH just brought one home from the co-op...apparently the staff there and several little old ladies told him it was lovely grin

ProPerformer Wed 23-Jan-13 19:05:33

See I LOVED it!! :D orgasmicly yummy!

HecateWhoopass Wed 23-Jan-13 19:04:00

They can't have it, fuzzy, they have to have a gluten free diet

Coconutty Wed 23-Jan-13 19:03:36

I ate the whole family size bar without realising it while watching TV, but didn't like it much. Very sickly.

MrsKeithRichards Wed 23-Jan-13 19:00:20

It's deliciousness!

Had it, thought it was nothing special. However, I have developed an Oreo addiction this week. 50p a pack in Sainsburys...

Lafaminute Wed 23-Jan-13 18:56:03

Peanut butter and choclate are a marriage made in heaven!!!!

makemineamalibuandpineapple Wed 23-Jan-13 18:54:11

Peanut butter kit kat chunky's are amazing!! I can't stop eating them grin

MikeFlowersPops Wed 23-Jan-13 18:21:46

I thought it was too sickly

diddl Wed 23-Jan-13 18:21:18

My daughter had one at the weekend.

I thought it was OK, although too sweet for me.

Under the Milka brand here, though.

TheCrackFox Wed 23-Jan-13 18:19:33

I find Oreos utterly stomach churning and I bloody love buiscits. I'll give this new combo a miss.

fuzzywuzzy Wed 23-Jan-13 18:18:38

Confused, since the mars fiasco I always check for the 'V', thank goodness I did.

LynetteScavo Wed 23-Jan-13 18:17:20

Eeew, Iv'e gone off it now it's not for vegetarians, and I'm not vegetarian. hmm

LynetteScavo Wed 23-Jan-13 18:16:07

I am eating one right now. (It was only £1 in the co-op)

It is indeed very nice. It may be one of the few good things which comes out of Kraft buying Cadbury's.

fuzzy: I'm shocked by that! Cadbury's has always been one of my saviours due to it being veggie without fail! So glad I never bought one of these in the end because I wouldn't have checked due to it being cadbury's!

usualsuspect Wed 23-Jan-13 18:12:34

They are lovely and only a quid in the CO OP.

propertyNIGHTmareBEFOREXMAS Wed 23-Jan-13 18:10:43

Thanks, Isla. That cheers me up somewhat.

propertyNIGHTmareBEFOREXMAS Wed 23-Jan-13 18:10:05

I am utterly affronted that it is not suitable for vegetarians. Those Cadbury bastards. I was well up for trying this angry

IslaValargeone Wed 23-Jan-13 16:59:43

I got one yesterday, for anyone who hasn't tried it don't bother,it's shite.

Ullena Wed 23-Jan-13 16:51:22

Yes it does.

diddl Wed 23-Jan-13 16:32:19

It does have biscuit pieces in, doesn´t it?

fuzzywuzzy Wed 23-Jan-13 16:03:15

It doesn't say gelatine in the ingredient list. So my guess is it has animal rennet in the whey powder ingredient.

It specifically says 'not suitable for vegetarians' sad

Hec, you are so easily lead. But I suppose chocolate was involved. Did your kids not like it?

HecateWhoopass Wed 23-Jan-13 15:41:19

Never had one and nobody is going to convince me to have another go at a choc/peanut abomination ever again. grin

Ullena Wed 23-Jan-13 15:36:32

What about reeses peanut butter cups? They do the chocolate/peanut butter combo rather well, imo...

Ullena Wed 23-Jan-13 15:34:51

DH is making whinnying noises...aibu to sell him to Tescos? grin

grin at Ullena.

I've not seen the ingredients, but I'm guessing gelatine.

<rains on the parade>

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