Cadbury Brings Back Iconic 90s Chocolate Treats After 25 Years

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There's nothing like the discovery of a nostalgic chocolate treat to start the week now, is there? Yep! If it's not the latest and greatest chocolate launches we're obsessing over, it's the spotting of an iconic 90s chocolate treat (that's been discontinued for over 25 years – might we add) that gets us grinning from ear-to-ear.

Spotted online via Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK on Facebook, and thanks to one eagle-eyed, brilliant shopper, it turns out that Cadbury Astros have made a comeback and they're available to buy right this second from B&M stores.

We're talking about those candy-and-chocolate coated biscuit bites that originally came out in 1997 that were often likened to an M&M. Who else feels super old right now?

Available in B&M stores as we speak, a box of these chocolate delights will set you back just £1 a pop. Now, we don't know about you but we can't help but want to plan our next trip to the budget store...

Speaking of discontinued chocolate offerings, who remembers Cadbury Aztec bars, the early version of a Mars bar, that was made up of chocolate, caramel and nougat? Or Cadbury Dream bars, the original white choc bar?

Told you, we love anything remotely chocolate-related, and you can count on us to get you reminiscing about all of the best chocolate launches to have ever graced the UK. You're welcome!

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