Over the last few weeks I have provided you with a wide range of non-edible Easter gift suggestions, have you picked up a gorgeous bunny gift yet? I won’t lie, I know very well how hard it is to resist a yummy chocolate treat and sometimes it is like the Easter chocolate aisle is just calling your name and that’s okay (in moderation). The magical Cadbury Easter range is particularly tempting this year with the release of some fantastic new products:
If you’re like me and enjoyed sampling all the Marvellous Creations blocks throughout the year you don’t want to miss the return of the special Marvellous Creations Easter flavour. Share the funky flavours of Popping Candy and Raspberry Chips, coated in Cadbury’s signature Dairy Milk chocolate, with your friends and tingle your taste buds with the Cadbury Marvellous Creations Egg Bag (RRP $4.69, 110g).
I think it will be a safe bet to say that the new Cadbury Crème Egg Jar (RRP $25, 464g) will be one of the biggest winners this Easter season. I know you can indulge in Cadbury Crème Eggs all year around but weighing it almost half a kilo this big egg containing a mix of delicious Cadbury Crème Eggs and Cadbury Dairy Milk Chocolate would have to be the ultimate creamy Easter gift.
Of course you can pick up a scrumptious Easter version of your other favourite Cadbury flavours too, score big brownie points and spoil your loved ones with an impressive Cadbury Old Gold Egg (RRP $20, 420g) or Cadbury Dairy Milk Egg (RRP $20, 420g). Thinking of treating your child’s teacher to a tasty treat to enjoy in the Easter holidays? Why not swap the traditional Cadbury Roses gift box for the new Cadbury Roses Egg (RRP 20, 420g).
Year after year it is Cadbury’s most popular Easter purchase and this year the famous Cadbury Dairy Milk Bunny (RRP $5.50, 150g) is back in a new boy and girl version. For kids a chocolate bunny is such a special treat, I remember savouring mine for days taking only a tiny nibble here and there to make it last as long as possible. Whether you enjoy it slowly and go all out, research has shown that most people start at the ears. How do you like your bunny?
As always the annual Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt and Family Picnic at Werribee Park sold out in a flash, which is great news for the Good Friday Appeal who will be the well deserving recipients of all proceeds. Don’t worry, you can still enjoy your very own Cadbury Easter hunt at home with this awesome Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt Pack (RRP $12, 258g). Each pack contains all you need for a yummy Easter hunt: Cadbury Dairy Milk and Caramello Easter Eggs, Easter hunt baskets and a fun activity booklet.
You can find the magical Cadbury products in store right now at leading supermarkets, discount department stores, independent grocery stores and petrol and convenience stores across Australia.
To find out more about Cadbury, to browse the range and to learn all about your favourite Cadbury products visit www.cadbury.com.au.