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Fans lose it over new Cadbury item

What’s better than a block of Cadbury chocolate? A block of Cadbury on a stick.Well, not the entire block of course, but the chocolate makers have taken two of their most popular flavours and transformed them into ice cream.And since hitting stores this week, the new items have sent fans into a frenzy with hundreds…

What’s better than a block of Cadbury chocolate? A block of Cadbury on a stick.

Well, not the entire block of course, but the chocolate makers have taken two of their most popular flavours and transformed them into ice cream.

And since hitting stores this week, the new items have sent fans into a frenzy with hundreds taking to social media proclaiming it’s the “best thing” and “definitely worth buying”.

“These are sooooo good,” one person wrote on Facebook.

“Just take my money,” another added.

“OMG yum,” a third person said.

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Cadbury teamed up with Peters Ice Cream to create the new treat.

One is the classic creamy vanilla flavour covered with the Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolate that’s also got chocolate swirls inside and the other is a hazelnut flavour.

The sticks are now available in the ice cream freezer at most supermarkets and convenience stores for $8.40 for four-pack or $4 each.

After announcing the new items on its official Facebook page, there were pleas for Cadbury to make a vegan version of the products.

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“It’s 2020 you can make this taste as good, vegan … no excuses. Come on Cadbury,” one person wrote.

“Please consider making vegan options ….the demand for vegan products is increasing and it is much kinder the planet and of course to the animals,” said another, while others hoped for

Marble and Caramilk versions.

Cadbury didn’t dismiss it, simply responding, “Sounds heavenly”.

Earlier this year, Cadbury announced the return of its popular Caramilk block following a six-month shortage.

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The item was nowhere to be seen in January after stock sold out across the country, forcing desperate Caramilk lovers to order blocks from neighbouring New Zealand.

But in June, Cadbury announced it was “back by popular demand” sparking mass excitement as fans have since been able to nab the item with ease again.

If you do find some of the chocolate gold, you could try turning it into a Caramilk version of banana bread or even a no-bake slice by following some of the tasty Caramilk recipes that have emerged recently.

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