Cadbury Chocolate Biscuits Fingers in Honeycomb flavour.
Chocolate biscuits are always such a hit in our household, and why wouldn't they be when they are usually the same or less price as plain biscuits. I always love the Cadbury Chocolate Finger Biscuits, possibly for they are chocolate (I am a bit of a chocoholic) and partly because of the fact there are so many in the pack which means they seem to last that wee bit longer.
When I noticed the honeycomb Fingers on the shelf I had to buy them, I was hoping it would taste like two of my favourite things in one, Cadbury Crunchie Bars and biscuits it sounded like a win-win to me. The honeycomb flavour of the biscuits was perfect and you could definitely tell a flavour difference compared to the original Chocolate Fingers making a great change to the original. The way they are packaged is cleverly done with the slide out plastic tray to help keep them from breaking so easily and also making them stay fresh for longer with the resealable package.
This is one treat I always love to have on hand, and in the past they have come in very handy for cake decorating they make a great fence for birthday farm cakes and also are cute dipped in coloured chocolate and covered with colourful sprinkles. For the price and taste I would most certainly purchase again.
I have always been a fan of chocolate biscuits and chocolate fingers are one of my favourite naughty night time snacks. I love to bite each end off and suck my night time hot chocolate through the biscuit so you are left with a melty gooey biscuit yum so good. These honeycomb ones are extra good as you get the honeycomb taste too which makes them extra special.
A pack of these never last long in our house, with two kids and two chocolate mad adults but as far as chocolate biscuits go there is a lot in a packet of these so more than enough to share around! I like how they are packaged too inside a box with a little tray that you can slide back in and out, that way the biscuits stay fresher for longer as they are not exposed to so much air.
We always buy these for kids birthday parties as they are a cheap way to have a good amount of biscuits on the food table and always go down a treat with the kids and adults alike. Also a way cheaper way to make a birthday cake with the chocolate around the outside than using kitkats and they look just as cool. We have made a noah's ark using these for the boat and it looked amazing!
I love chocolate fingers, but they are always a biscuit that I buy and eat almost straight away. They are slim and it's easy to convince yourself to have another handful. When I saw that Cadbury had brought out a new flavour of Chocolate Finger, the perfect consumer in me had to add them to my trolley. I figured that I would be good with them and share them out in lunchboxes as well as for after dinner treats.
These are well packaged with a cardboard box, and a sealed baggie with black tray as well. I liked the tray in there as it meant it was easy to slide the biscuits in and out of the box. I also thought that the black plastic was a bit more classy than your average clear plastic tray. The flavour of these biscuits was delicious. I'm a fan of chocolate fingers anyway, but I really liked the extra hint of honeycomb in there as well. Quite a honeyed caramel kind of taste, which gave it that extra special something.
I added these to the lunchboxes each day for well over a week, and had to reward myself with a few whenever I finished filling said lunchboxes. My daughter asked a few days ago for "those chocolate sticks please", so they were definitely a memorable hit with her. I ran out of them eventually, but I think they made good value for money in the end because I got quite a few days worth of lunches out of them.
These would make a fun addition to those poolside birthday cakes you can do, with chocolate fingers as the fence. Or you could make a cattle run on a farm cake, or a railroad for a train cake. I also think they would make a great addition to a dessert. You could do dessert dips or use them in fondue along with your fruits and marshmallows to dip. Another great biscuit product from Cadbury.
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