Cadbury Dream Is Back In Ice Cream Form And Looks Amazing
Who remembers Cadbury's Dream chocolate bar? It was a delicious creamy white chocolate that unfortunately is no longer manufactured in the UK and Ireland, but is still produced in Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.
If you're a chocoholic and a Dream-lover then you'll be pretty happy to hear that Cadbury is now doing Dream Stick, which is basically the chocolate bar but in ice-cream form. YAY.
People have been delighted with the exciting news that this old favourite is back with a new twist. One person on Instagram said: "I need these!"
Another Dream lover said: "they was amazing them bars."
A third person commented: "oh my word."
With summer around the corner this yummy ice-cream couldn't have come at a better time. You can pick up a pack (or 10) of the Dream Sticks from your local supermarket.
Recently Cabdury's also brought back the Caramilk Chocolate Bar.
Combining two of our favourite flavors (chocolate and caramel, obviously), the scrummy treat is a 'golden blend of caramelised white chocolate.'
It isn't exactly a brand new creation though, as it was first sold in Canada 50 years ago, back in 1968. Australians and Kiwis could then enjoy the Delicious bars in the early 1990s, up until it was discontinued in 1994.
The bars were brought back to New Zealand in July last year, with only a million slabs of the chocolatey, caramel goodness up for grabs.
Last week, Australia also saw the return of the chocolate treat, and naturally it has sent chocoholics wild, as they try to get their hands on a bar of the limited edition treats, which cost approximately £1.69.
Featured Image Credit: Cadbury