Cadbury just turned their famous gooey caramel bar into a chocolate spread, and it instantly became many shoppers’ obsession. Nobody expected that the British multinational confectionery company would switch things up a bit for those sweet tiny squares but they did – and were so glad about it.
In fact, people have been raving about Cadbury Caramel Spread on social media nonstop. The 400-gram tub retails for $7.95 and is available at selected Coles supermarket stores.
With swirling smooth chocolate and gooey caramel, Cadbury Caramel Chocolate Spread is inspired by the Cadbury Dairy Milk Caramel bar, which was first introduced in 1976.
The product information reads:
“Cadbury Caramel Chocolate Spread is the extremely delectable, completely versatile, sweet spread that delight your senses with each bite.
Made with rich caramel and Cadbury dairy milk chocolate, this spread is ideal as a dessert sandwich, as a dip for salted pretzels, and even as a topping for baked goods.
Let your imagination run wild with the spread we’ve all been waiting for!
One of our Cadbury branded products.”
It is also worth-noting that the delicious spread is suitable for vegetarians.
Mumspo Magazine took to Facebook to share a photo of the mouth watering Cadbury Caramel Spread on supermarket shelves, with the caption: “Take my money, TAKE IT ALL.”
Netizens also shared their positive reviews of Cadbury Caramel Spread on the comment section of the post.
Some of the comments read:
“I want it now.”
“It’s nice melted and then poured over ice cream.”
“This is awesome on pancakes; my kids love it.”
“Omg I have to look for that (sic).”
The chocolatey treat joins a variety of luxurious chocolate spreads in Cadbury’s collection. It also comes in Maltesers and Crunchie varieties.
Would you love to try the Cadbury Caramel spread? Let us know in the comment section below!
Spanish Artist Recreates Famous Roman Emperors Through Stunning Sculptures
Julius Caesar, Augustus, and Nero come to life in these amazing hyperrealistic sculptures.
The Roman Empire may have been gone for thousands of years yet people are still intrigued about the great rulers who once led during the notorious period. However, what we know of them is still very limited and we only see what they may have looked like through marble statues. Luckily, one Spanish artist is changing all that. His works are bringing some of the most famous Roman emperors to life through hyperrealistic sculptures.
Césares de Roma is the Spanish sculptor's ongoing project that aims to spread knowledge of the Roman Empire through art. "Césares de Roma was born from the need to spread Roman classic history from a more human, real and modern perception," the artist tells us through a BoredPanda feature. "Recreating the faces of Roman rulers and emperors who died more than two thousand years ago is not something that should be left to chance. For this reason and with the aim of bringing them back to our time, the exhaustive study of numismatics, sculptures, reliefs and classical literary sources that have reached our days, making it possible for us to approach the real aspect as closely as possible, plays a fundamental role."
Gaius Julius Caesar
11 Cities In the Philippines Have The Cleanest Air In Southeast Asia, Greenpeace Reveals
Is your city among those with the cleanest air? Or are you living in the most polluted cities?
In recent times, certain Asian areas have demonstrated strong relations between economic development and increased air pollution, says a report published by Greenpeace. It generated attention that made the pollution problem so pressing, prompting "extensive monitoring networks and air pollution reduction policies."
In yet another report published by Switzerland-based IQ AirVisual and Greenpeace, the Philippines, which ranked 24th in the world's most polluted index, also has the cities with the cleanest air.
Calamba, a city in Laguna, topped the list of cities with the cleanest air in Southeast Asia.
25 Times Things Went Wrong But The Result Is So Right
#13 is incredible!
Mistakes happen all the time — it’s natural, it’s part of life. These errors should not be taken way too seriously as they remind us that nothing in this world is perfect.
However, some of these “mistakes” were bound to happen so you would discover something extraordinary. Here are 25 times things went wrong, but the result is so right.
1. The error screen resembles a city skyline.