Cadbury launches four delicious new treats - including chocolate-covered Oreos!

We need these!

Leading chocolate manufacturer Cadbury have released four brand new sweet treats, just in time for summer snacking.

First off, the popular biscuit brand Mondelēz International has partnered up with Cadbury to release chocolate-covered Oreos, and we’re way too excited to get our hands on them.

This brilliant new creation combines the creamy, richness of Cadbury chocolate with the crunchiness of an Oreo biscuit.

Shoppers can now buy them at stores across the UK, and we’re hoping they decide to make this a permanent product.

Joanna Dias, Senior Brand Manager at Mondelēz International says they are ‘thrilled’ with the new product.

In a statement, she said ‘we wanted to give our fans an even more delicious version of the much-loved cookie we all know so well and offer them a brand new eating experience’.

This might be an exciting new product for us, but our friends down under have had the Cadbury Coated Cookie since 2017.

Thankfully you won’t have to jet off to Australia to get your hands on them anymore.

The RRP for the new product is £2 and you get 4 individually wrapped packs with two cookies in each. Perfect for snacking on the go. Or anywhere, really.

Next up, Poundland are the first UK retailer to sell three brand new Dairy Milk bars: Choca-latte, Raspberry Shortcake and Simply the Zest.


Credit: Cadbury

The new bars were created by chocolate fans as part of Cadbury’s inventor competition, and will now be put to the public vote to decide which one stays for good.

As you can probably guess by the names, Choca-latte is coffee cream flavoured, Raspberry Shortcake features a mix of white chocolate and raspberry, and Simply the Zest is a classic chocolate orange. Personally we can't wait to try all of them.

It’s a tough choice, but once you’ve made your mind up you can vote at up until the end of July. Choose wisely!

Lucy Buglass
Digital Writer

Lucy Buglass is a Digital Writer for What's on TV,, and Woman&Home. After finishing her degree in Film Studies at Oxford Brookes University she moved to London to begin her career. She's passionate about entertainment and spends most of her free time watching Netflix series, BBC dramas, or going to the cinema to catch the latest film releases.