Cadbury Has Launched Dairy Milk Brownies In TWO Flavours That Can Be Warmed Up

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It’s been a big week for Cadbury – the Dairy Milk Inventor competition flavours were finally released into shops for people like us to try and vote for (more on these later). Plus, this Dairy Milk and Oreo train came to our attention, and we just love it so much. It’s so darn cute.

As well as these big Cadbury moments this week, the iconic chocolate company has also launched these Dairy Milk brownies, and we’re really struggling to decide which one to try first.

The new Cadbury Dairy Milk Brownies come in chocolate and caramel chocolate flavours and can be eaten hot or cold. Just imagine either of these warmed up and served with ice cream. So gooey, right?

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The brownies are being sold exclusively in Iceland and The Food Warehouse from 7 July, so not too long to wait! You can pick them up for £3 each.

So, now back to those Dairy Milk Inventor competition flavours.

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First up is Fizzing Cherry (invented by Roxy), which is made up of milk chocolate with soft chews of fruity cherry pieces, tingling cracking popping candy and biscuit pieces.

Sold.

The next bar going for the crown is Josh's invention of the Banoffee Nut Crumble. This bar is milk chocolate (obvs) with banoffee pie inspired fudge pieces, golden almond caramel pieces and crunchy biscuits.

And finally, we have No Frownie Brownie (lol), which is milk chocolate with gooey chocolate brownie chunks, golden salted caramel chips and crumbly biscuits and has been invented by Sophie.

You can pick up these bars in stores now, so get to it!

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