Not all Christmas foods are created equal. Gingerbread hummus, for example, is one attempt at festivity that should never have existed. Gingerbread Dairy Milk choccie though? That’s more like it.
Yes, Cadbury have done it again. By ‘it’ I obviously mean, bring us joy and pleasure through chocolate. They’ve announced the very limited edition release of a Gingerbread Biscuit block in time for Chrissie.
“After the unprecedented year Australians have experienced in 2020, we wanted to bring some Christmas cheer to CADBURY fans with the introduction of a nostalgic Christmas-centric treat,” said Kathy De Lullo, Senior Marketing Manager for Seasonal & Gifting.
Obviously inspired by the season to be jolly, the Gingerbread Biscuit block features (in my opinion the best) milk chocolate, with crunchy Gingerbread biscuit pieces throughout. The 170g block is going for $5 and is available around the country.
Just line it up alongside by Cadbury Crunchie blocks, please and thank you.
As a side note, I’ve just been peeping through the Cadbury Facebook page, and they have a heap of actually delish looking Christmas recipes. Like this Berry Pavlova Wreath. If that Charcuterie Chalet trend is a little over your head.
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It is officially ‘THE’ season, with most people having already put up their Christmas decorations early this year. It makes sense, seeing as people who put Xmas trees up earlier are generally happier people, and in the year that was 2020 we could ALL do with a little extra happy.
Hell, I’ve even got all my present shopping sorted early. If you’re still looking for a little inspiration, then it’s a good thing we’ve got it for you.
We’ve put together a gift guide for a range of budgets, one for the people in your life who are planning to hit the road and explore Australia in the New Year (at least until International flights open back up), and another for those who have realised after 2020 that they need to make their home their castle — or, you know, if they just like nice things.
(All Images: Provided / Cadbury Australia)
Kassia is the Editor of AWOL, and a straight-up travel addict. She was born without a sense of direction, yet an intense desire to explore the world. As such, she's lost 90% of the time but she's learned to roll with it. You can catch her latest adventures on Instagram @probably_kassia.