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Cadbury's Dairy Milk Chocolate And Caramel Cheesecakes Look Ultra Indulgent

Cadbury's Dairy Milk Chocolate And Caramel Cheesecakes Look Ultra Indulgent

ASDA is selling the sweet treats for just £2 for a pack of two.

Rachel Andrews

Rachel Andrews

Grab your spoons chocoholics, as Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolate now comes in creamy, biscuity cheesecake form, and there is even an indulgent caramel version to get your chops around.

The confectionery brand's delicious chocolatey cheesecakes are already available in ASDA for just £2 for a two-pack, and we expect them to be selling out like hot cakes. The sweet treats will be available in Tesco from 5th November too.

Cadbury's plain choc version has a chocolate biscuit crumb based, which has been topped with a Dairy Milk chocolate dessert.


The caramel cheesecakes are also whipped up with the same chocolate biscuit based, but these are finished with a smooth caramel dessert to make sure it satisfies your sweet tooth.

If you can't get enough of Dairy Milk chocolate, then luckily for you ASDA is selling some more of Cadbury's latest sweet treats too.

Dairy Milk Daim bar desserts come in packs of four so you are getting a little bit more for your money, and they look just as indulgent.

The Cadbury milk chocolate dessert has chunks of Daim bar scattered into the mix, and each spoonful will be a little taste of heaven.

"Enjoy deliciously creamy Cadbury Dairy Milk milk chocolate, scattered with golden chunks of Daim for irresistible crunchiness and smoothness in every spoonful!" reads the product description. "The perfect lunchtime or after dinner treat."


ASDA is selling these new treats for just £2 for a pack of four on special offer, down from the supermarket's usual price of £2.88.

There's also the Cadbury Heroes Dairy Milk chunks and Wispa twin pot desserts, which come in a pack of four for just a couple of quid too.


The chunks of chocolate can be tipped into the dessert or you can eat them on the side, if that floats your boat.

Featured Image Credit: Cadbury

Topics: Tasty Food, Cadbury, Food And Drink