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Cadbury Launches Build Your Own Easter Cottage Kit

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Cadbury Launches Build Your Own Easter Cottage Kit

You can now build your own chocolate Easter cottage, as Cadbury is dropping a DIY kit for the holidays.

Like a Christmas gingerbread house, but, well, a chocolate one for Easter, the kit is broken into sections so that all you have to do is put the cottage together and decorate it as you wish.

Inside the kit is two 200g Dairy Milk bars, two 95g Dairy Milk bars and two 100g Dairy Milk Spring bars for construction, as well as two 14.5g portions of white buttons and some Mini Eggs to decorate it, too.

Decorate and build your Cadbury cottage yourself (Credit: Cadbury)
Decorate and build your Cadbury cottage yourself (Credit: Cadbury)
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To make the house extra Easter themed, the Spring bars are embellished with cute bunnies.

We don't know about you, but we reckon the hardest part will be making this house without munching the lot along the way!

Unfortunately, the house isn't hitting UK supermarket shelves, as it's an international product.

But nobody has to miss out as it can be still purchased from Cadbury Gift Direct for £16. Result!

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Get the Easter cottage from Cadbury direct (Credit: Cadbury)
Get the Easter cottage from Cadbury direct (Credit: Cadbury)

If chocolate of the egg-shaped variety is more your thing at Easter, then why not indulge in Cadbury's new Mini Eggs Easter egg, with a milk chocolate shell which even has mini eggs embedded inside.

Food bloggers are gushing that the egg is "twice the size" of the previous Mini Eggs Easter egg.

You can buy your own for £12 from Tesco.

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The chocolate brand has also bought back its Creme Egg trifle for the fourth year running.

You can get yourself a Creme Egg trifle for easter too (Credit: Cadbury)
You can get yourself a Creme Egg trifle for easter too (Credit: Cadbury)

The giant dessert, aptly named 'Layers of Joy', the ginormous dessert is then finished with cream as well as a Creme Egg fondant topping.

While Cadbury say it's technically a 'sharing dessert', fans claim it's not difficult to finish off the lot in one sitting and we can definitely believe it.

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You can get yours now from select supermarkets like ASDA, as well as Poundland stores.

Featured Image Credit: Cadbury

Topics: Tasty Food, Cadbury, easter, Tasty

Joanna Freedman
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