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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,

Screwfox Mon 09-Sep-13 13:58:08

lol at them being "really excited". REALLY? grin

Screwfox Mon 09-Sep-13 13:58:49

i like that Cadburys give you something that then require you to spend MORE money on it , doing it how they have asked you to present it!
WHy dont they send a fiver for ingredients?

Fillybuster Mon 09-Sep-13 14:33:57

I'd love to try them with the dcs, but can I really be arsed to sign up, then plan an entire creative activity around a bag of chocolate lumps? hmm

Can I heck.

<exits whistling>

ArthurCucumber Mon 09-Sep-13 14:37:56

I'd love to try them, but that's asking way too much of my money/time. Besides, if a "bitesize" bag REALLY has an RRP of £2.03, it's a habit I couldn't afford to develop anyway.

KatieBMumsnet (MNHQ) Mon 09-Sep-13 17:09:43

Hi folks, just wanted to clarify you don't need to spend a lot (if anything) on this - it's just a bit of fun smile

The "decorating" doesn't have to be anything fancy but could be - for example: adding the Pebbles as a topping to an ice cream desert, popping on a shop bought biscuit or cake with a dot of icing to jazz it up, or simply arranging in a creative manner on a banana pudding. grin

ProfYaffle Mon 09-Sep-13 17:15:17

I agree with Arthur, £2.03 for a bitesize bag?? Really?

tbh I'd have a go at this if we got a few bags, some to try and some to play with but not sure I particularly want to use them all up on the cake thing.

mindingalongtime Mon 09-Sep-13 18:06:14

I ate a whole bag of these today blush £1.99

The rrp is ridiculous. I nearly bought these the other day until I spotted the price.

Its not just cadbury btw. The new maltesers bar is £2.03 also. WTF?

Cough price fixing cough.

I won't be signing up.

jojo1983 Mon 09-Sep-13 18:21:07

Have signed up. DS 2nd birthday coming up and I'm making the cake (first ever birthday cake). Was going to decorate it with chocolate anyway so free chocolate is even better! smile

Mumsnut Mon 09-Sep-13 18:24:24

Kraftbury's chocolate is horrid, in my opinion.

AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Mon 09-Sep-13 18:25:41

ProfYaffle I don't think it's the bag which is bitesize it's the chocolate (see: here for what they look like smile

SaltySeaBird Mon 09-Sep-13 18:29:41

Hmm sounds expensive but I've done more for less so I'll sign up. If nothing else me and DD can make a chocolate mess of something one afternoon.

Theimpossiblegirl Mon 09-Sep-13 19:07:58

Happy to do this as I have a cake to make. If Cadbury fancy sending me few more packs I'll make it even better!

hugoagogo Mon 09-Sep-13 19:53:17

I have signed up like a gullible fool

NecessaryWeevil Mon 09-Sep-13 20:03:10

Oh please pick me.
This is the sort of product testing I live for.

aristocat Mon 09-Sep-13 20:35:31


Suddengeekgirl Mon 09-Sep-13 20:44:01

Free chocolate - sign me up!

Me and the dc bake enough imaginative things in any case so getting free chocolate to play with is fine by me. smile

(£2.03 for a bag of chocolate is getting on for cinema prices!)

Screwfox Mon 09-Sep-13 21:17:21

i might add the chocolate things to my nipples

mindingalongtime Mon 09-Sep-13 22:39:54

They were very sickly and didn't taste like Cadbury's one little bit, nothing like mini eggs

snorris Tue 10-Sep-13 07:57:47

They're £1.50 in Co-Op at the moment smile

fuzzpig Tue 10-Sep-13 08:51:18

Me pleeeease <hungry>

dahville Tue 10-Sep-13 10:57:02

I'm just worried that if picked my son won't want to decorate, he'll want to eat the whole pack!

rightsaidthread Tue 10-Sep-13 11:12:33

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

prakattack Tue 10-Sep-13 11:25:13

Agree with some of the others, that's a lot of effort for one bag of choc! they could at least send a few bags...

Signed up though as I'm gullible and I'm sure we can work something out!

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