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.”
Shoppers have been taking to social media sharing their joy after the classic chocolate started appearing on shelves.
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.
The single 35g pud was on sale at Waitrose, Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Co-op and Asda but not all were selling it at the same price.
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.
In other news, one shopper spotted a huge change to their Cadbury Heroes box earlier this year.
Plus, chocaholics are only just realising why Freddos and Dairy Milk taste different.
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