CADBURY fans are only just realising a classic chocolate is back on shelves this year – just in time for Christmas.
Shoppers were left stunned last year when the chocolatier brought back its Christmas Pud after 18 years.
Now, once again the sweet treat has made a return to shelves in time for the festive season.
The product is made up of Dairy Milk ball with a truffle centre and hazelnut and puffed rice pieces.
Customers can pick up the sweet treat as a single 35g item from 50p or as a Pud Box five-pack from £2.
Sarah Foden, Cadbury archivist, said: “We are very proud to have brought back our nostalgic festive customer favourite.”
One Tesco customer said: “I made the mistake of going down the Christmas aisle in Tesco at lunch.
“For today’s consideration I give you Cadbury’s Puds.”
One thrilled shopper added: “OMG OMG LOOK WHATS BACK!! I feel like a kid again.”
While a third joked: “Ok if I don’t stop eating Cadbury chocolate truffle Puds I myself shall become a pud.”
Where can you get the Christmas Puds?
It’s always worth checking out whether you can get a product for cheaper by shopping elsewhere.
Websites like trolley.co.uk and Latest Deals let you compare prices across a range of supermarkets.
Bear in mind trolley.co.uk is based on online prices though, and in-store might be different.
We checked online to see where you can grab Cadbury’s latest release and where was cheapest.
Co-op and Tesco came out cheapest at 50p, next were Waitrose and Sainsbury’s who were selling it for 55p and Asda was stocking it for 60p.
Meanwhile, Asda, Co-op, Waitrose, Tesco and Morrisons were all selling the 175g five pack.
Asda came out cheapest at £2, next cheapest was Co-op at £2.20 and then Waitrose for £2.40.
Morrisons and Tesco were both selling the box for £2.50.
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