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Cadbury Dairy Milk Pebbles tester review thread NOW CLOSED

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AngelieMumsnet (MNHQ) Fri 27-Sep-13 15:50:31

This thread is for the 250 Mumsnetters who have been trying the new Cadbury Dairy Milk Pebbles and refining their sweet treat decorating skills.

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

Please upload photos of your unusual and imaginative creations to this thread. The most creative design (as judged by Cadbury) will win a £250 John Lewis voucher!

Thanks and good luck,
MNHQ

jojo1983 Sun 29-Sep-13 21:47:18

Mine still haven't arrived hmm

Munxx Sun 29-Sep-13 21:48:42

I ate mine while DS and DD napped blush

I will buy some more this week and set to the task properly......

domesticslattern Sun 29-Sep-13 21:52:14

Oh dear, I knew my efforts would be totally rubbish compared to you lot. DD1 made some flower patterns on a plate, then the family snarfed them.
They were very nice. Thank you.

ladygoingGaga Sun 29-Sep-13 22:25:41

Let's see if pictures link this time!

UniS Sun 29-Sep-13 22:56:37

6 fairy cakes, by 7 yr old DS. With purple and yellow icing inspired by the pebbles.

An i-zen garden
A 3 pointed spear
A burial mound
A lion
A sunflower
A zen garden

Can you guess which is which.

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TheFutureMrsB Mon 30-Sep-13 00:18:36

Oh my god!! I knew it wouldn't work! So sorry sad blush

Anyway hopefully this time it will work, and this should include pics of the cake.

We decided to do a volcano cake just in case you missed my previous bunch of messaged we included sparklers and dripping and erupting lava, the kids loved making it but loved licking the chocolate from the bowl more!

Here's the photos.

Please excuse the mess!

TheFutureMrsB Mon 30-Sep-13 00:22:52

I give up! Not even working from the laptop now sad can I message the photos to someone so they can be added sob sob sad

DoctorGilbertson Mon 30-Sep-13 05:38:17

We just put them on top of the cakes before cooking

1919 Mon 30-Sep-13 07:38:55

We made a four layer chocolate cake with a ' chamber' of pebbles inside which tumbled out when a slice was cut. The leftover pebbles were used to decorate the top rather messily.

1919 Mon 30-Sep-13 07:45:25

Hopefully the pictures will upload this time, sorry!

oinker Mon 30-Sep-13 09:17:23

This is our yummy rainbow fish cake.... grin

The kids loved the treats..... and got a bit messy putting the pebbles on...What fun.

Thanks for the TREAT !

TheFutureMrsB Mon 30-Sep-13 10:08:03

I'll try on more time!

Hopefully this time it will work, and this should include pics of the cake.

We decided to do a volcano cake just in case you missed my previous bunch of messaged we included sparklers and dripping and erupting lava, the kids loved making it but loved licking the chocolate from the bowl more!

Here's the photos.

Please excuse the mess!

grin

snowymum12 Mon 30-Sep-13 13:11:30

Here's our 'pebbly road'. It might not be a thing of beauty but it tastes amazing and we loved making it too! My LO had great fun crushing the rich tea biscuits, stirring the mixture and arranging the Dairy Milk Pebbles on the top! Thanks for inspiring us to do a bit of baking together!

CaptainSweatPants Mon 30-Sep-13 13:33:45

Ours arrived today & dd decorated fairy cakes with them
Sadly the camera isn't working though but as soon dh gets home I'll try to get him to fix it!
Nothing as grand as these creations though !

Awkwardsis Mon 30-Sep-13 14:38:18

We've been bit with hideous lurgy this weekend and making these yesterday cheered my 5 yo ds up no end.

Lent1l Mon 30-Sep-13 14:45:18

Mine finally arrived this mroning so I shall be getting a creative thinking cap on, getting baking and uploading photos for you.

florencebabyjo Mon 30-Sep-13 15:08:24

This is our dragon pebble cake also covered in buttercream made with Cadbury Dairy Milk. We used the pebbles for sclaes, eyes, feet and a spiky back. This was made for my eldest who was just leaving for his first year at uni, it was nice way to send him off!

florencebabyjo Mon 30-Sep-13 15:14:25

This is our dragon cake made to celebrate our eldest going off to university. We made the buttercream with Dairy Milk and used the pebbles for eyes, feet, scales and spiky bits! They loved it

champagnesupernovahg Mon 30-Sep-13 15:59:36

DS2 and I made chocolate iced fairy cake for DS1's cake bake.

(Don't you love making cakes for school that you have to buy back hmmgrin)?

eteo Mon 30-Sep-13 17:28:32

done by my 5 yr old

ladygoingGaga Mon 30-Sep-13 18:40:30

Let's try again..

csmony Mon 30-Sep-13 18:53:01

My four year old princess and myself were quite excited when we received the cadbury pebbles sample , may be we may have inherited cadbury tooth in our genes because our entrie family is cadburoholic....

Speaking of decoration my four year old was hands on in decorating the cake and we had loads of fun decorating this cake while indulging some chocolates in...

Makes me feel nostalgic as cadbury was a treat when I was a toddler too

Long live the cadbury team and their innovative creations,simply yummilicious

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