With Christmas pretty much around the corner at just under 100 days away, the nation’s favourite confectionary brands are beginning to release their festive treats.
And this year, chocolate champion Cadbury has really stepped it up a notch, releasing its own delicious take on the traditional Christmas gingerbread house.
That’s right, this Chrimbo season you can assemble your very own Cadbury cottage.
The Build Your Own Christmas Cottage Kit is jam packed full of choc treats including classic Cadbury favourites such as Flake and Dairy Milk bars as well as some of their newest inventions- the gingerbread flavoured Dairy Milk bar, the Dairy Milk Winter Bar and the new white chocolate Buttons.
Instructions on how to build your cocoa filled masterpiece and a helpful template are included too, so don’t worry if your cottage construction skills aren’t up to scratch.
The £16 set is ideal for keeping kids entertained in the lead up to the big day or for impressing your festive dinner party guests with when it comes to bringing desert to the table.
But you need to be vigilant if you want to get your hands on one, as they’ve already sold out once!
They’re available on the Cadbury Gifts Direct website and are set to be restocked on the 18th September.
This follows news that Cadbury and Oreo have teamed up to release a Christmas biscuit assortment.
The cookie collaboration is available to buy from B&M for just £3.99 and, as it’s most likely impossible to resist tucking into these until the 25th, they’re sure to bring a mouthful of festive spirit to your pre-Christmas treat time.
Packaged in a beautiful blue and purple box, teaming Cadbury and Oreo’s iconic colours, the sweet assortment includes a range of Cadbury classics like Fingers, Cookies, Roundies, Choco Sandwich and Wispa biscuits.
There’s original Oreos in there too, as well as their equally mouth watering Golden alternative and a yummy looking ‘Cocoa Spiral’.
Foodie Instagram account @newfoodsuk made sure to spread the exciting info, posting a pic of the biscuit box complete with a glimpse of the goods inside for its 85,000 followers.