Cadbury Has Released Oreo Hot Chocolate And It's Dreamy

If you are not a fan of the hot weather, and you would rather be curled up inside under a duvet with the air con on full blast, then Cadbury has just released the perfect thing to go with.

The chocolate brand has just launched Oreo hot chocolate, and it is already on the shelves of Sainsbury's waiting for you to try out.

This Cadbury Oreo instant hot chocolate is available from the supermarket for £4 per tub, and is described as a tasting just like the chocolatey, vanilla biscuits.

FoodieUK were the first ones to spot this incredibly yummy drink, sharing the news on Instagram straight from Sainsbury's.

Credit: Instagram/FoodieUK
Credit: Instagram/FoodieUK

It's available in 369 Sainsbury's stores, and will soon have its price lowered to three quid, according to a representative of the brand. We can't wait to give this one a whirl.

If you fancy something a little more suited to the hot weather drenching the country, then you can now also try Oreo iced coffee.

A savvy Walmart shopper noticed the sorely-needed addition to the world of caffeinated beverages during her food shop.


The post on her discovery was a huge hit on Instagram, naturally, and shoppers are flocking to Walmart to get their own.

According to coffee-lovers, the iced drink tastes like the chocolate cookies, but not like a traditional chocolatey mocha.

Credit: Instagram/Candy Hunting
Credit: Instagram/Candy Hunting

The coffee, from International Delight, doesn't seem to have been found on any UK shelves as of yet, but if you are desperate for an Oreo fix, you can try Tassimo.

Although not coffee, Tassimo Oreo Hot Chocolate Pods might be just the ticket if you prefer your cookies in a liquid form.

Tassimio Oreo Hot Chocolate Pods are available from most UK supermarkets.

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Credit: Amazon


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Rachel Andrews

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