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Try new Cadbury Dairy Milk Pebbles and show off your cake decorating skills - £250 JL voucher to be won NOW CLOSED

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AngelieMumsnet (MNHQ) Mon 09-Sep-13 13:55:52

We're looking for 250 Mumsnetters, who enjoy a chocolatey treat or ten, to try the new Cadbury Dairy Milk Pebbles with their families (yes you will need to share grin)

Here's what the team at Cadbury says: "Cadbury Dairy Milk Pebbles are a lovely new addition to the Cadbury sharing range and we're really excited to launch another great share size bag. They are a fun, tasty, colourful new treat designed for everyone to share and enjoy."

Those selected will be sent a share size bag of the Cadbury Dairy Milk Pebbles (RRP £2.03) to try. However, instead of sharing them as a treat, we'd like you and your DCs to use the Cadbury Dairy Milk Pebbles to decorate a sweet treat with. We'd then like you to upload pictures of your creations to the feedback thread on MN. The most unusual and creative decoration (as judged by Cadbury) will win a £250 John Lewis voucher!

This product test is open to all UK Mumsnetters with at least one child under 16.

So, if you'd like to take part please sign up here.

Thanks and good luck,
MNHQ

sewingandcakes Tue 10-Sep-13 11:43:50

Hope I can do it, anything involving chocolate is good for me!

afromom Tue 10-Sep-13 11:54:39

Done! We love a bit of creative baking in our house!

Munxx Tue 10-Sep-13 13:59:35

I'll do it. I'll do most things for chocolate

LibraryBook Tue 10-Sep-13 14:53:22

9. Why would you like to try new Cadbury Dairy Milk Pebbles?

a) because you've asked me to.

b) because I want to win a £250 John Lewis voucher.

c) because.

Done

Tee2072 Tue 10-Sep-13 16:14:31

That link says £1.50...

But, hey, free chocolate!

Tortoise Tue 10-Sep-13 16:50:50

Done. Not tried these yet. They feel like flat mini eggs!

PrincessKitKat Tue 10-Sep-13 17:26:20

I found them very disappointing. Like depressed mini eggs sad

fuzzpig Tue 10-Sep-13 17:59:18

I liked them much more than mini eggs. I think the coating-to-chocolate ratio was more favourable grin

Glitterfairys Tue 10-Sep-13 18:04:08

Signed up smile

I never turn down the opportunity for chocolate. Let alone free chocolate!

blondieminx Tue 10-Sep-13 18:16:23

Free chocolate you say??? Oh go on then grin

ziggiestardust Tue 10-Sep-13 18:39:01

Done. I may or may not share the resultant cake with my DC <evil>

MikeLitoris Tue 10-Sep-13 18:43:06

Will one bag be enough to decorate a cake with?

By the time I sample some half the bag there may not be enough left.

Done. I'd do anything for chocolate and baking!

Bicnod Tue 10-Sep-13 19:15:16

Done.

YUM.

Hope I'm picked.

LindaMcCartneySausage Tue 10-Sep-13 19:30:13

I've signed up. I've come up with a good idea grin

grants1000 Tue 10-Sep-13 20:55:59

Sign me up, will decorate with them on ice cream, it will look bloody stunning and star in ALL worldwide Cadbury advertising for the rest of year! grin

ImATotJeSuisUneTot Tue 10-Sep-13 21:16:27

They are absolutely awful. Like a shit version of smarties. The shell is bizarre and tasteless.

RubySparks Wed 11-Sep-13 15:16:18

Anyone know if they are gluten free?!

Blatherskite Wed 11-Sep-13 21:26:50

Entered. I love creative baking smile

weirdthing Wed 11-Sep-13 22:01:44

I've had some and I thought they were LOVELY.

maximum4 Wed 11-Sep-13 23:46:15

Ticks all my boxes...

AmberGamble Thu 12-Sep-13 07:05:19

We've had them, everyone loved them (3 generationssmile). My only grumble is that if you keep them in the fridge the coating goes all sticky after a few mins out. I can live with that though grin

melodyangel Thu 12-Sep-13 16:57:53

AmberGamble thanks for the tip about having them in the fridge.

I'm also wondering if the colour will run into icing or fade if cooked.

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