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Here’s to a hoppy Easter…

Did someone say ‘Frozen Fluffies’? Yes, and with them you can make these delicious Fluffies Pops!

1. FLUFFIES DIPPERS 

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Ingredients:

  • 5x Cadbury Fluffies, frozen
  • 5 wooden popsicles
  • 4x 80g Cadbury Dairy Milk slabs, roughly chopped
  • 4x 80g Cadbury Dream slabs, roughly chopped

Topping suggestions:

  • Sprinkles
  • 100s and 1 000s
  • Popping candy
  • Biscuit crumbs
  • Nuts, crushed
  • Or any other of your favourite Cadbury treats

Method:

  • Unwrap Fluffies and carefully, but firmly, stick a wooden popsicle through the one end until about halfway
  • On a non-stick tray, place the Fluffies lollipops into the freezer for a minimum of three hours until nice and firm
  • Melt the Cadbury Dairy Milk and Cadbury Dream in separate bowls over a double boiler
  • Pour the melted chocolate into two small, but narrow glasses
  • Dip the frozen Fluffies lollipops into the melted chocolate: dip half of the frozen Fluffies in the melted Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolate and the other half in the melted Cadbury Dream chocolate
  • Place the double-dipped frozen Fluffies onto a non-stick tray and decorate with your favourite toppings (try to do this quickly before the chocolate sets)
  • Place the decorated double-dipped frozen Fluffies into the freezer for a minimum of three hours, until the outer chocolate layer is firm and crisp
  • Enjoy with a glass of hot or cold milk – P.S. Don’t forget to double dip

Top choccie tip: Pour the leftover melted Cadbury Dairy Milk and Cadbury Dream into an empty ice tray and keep frozen until ready to use – eat within one month.

 

2. EDIBLE FLUFFIES NESTS – bite size treats for everyone!

Ingredients:

  • 2 cups puffed rice cereal
  • 4 tablespoons butter, softened
  • 2 tablespoons honey
  • 10x Cadbury Fluffies
  • Oil for greasing muffin tray

Toppings:

  • Cadbury Whispers
  • Cadbury Astros

Method:

  • Place the softened butter in a large mixing bowl
  • Add the honey
  • In the same bowl, melt the Cadbury Fluffies, butter and honey in the microwave,
  • stirring occasionally until smooth- be careful not to overheat
  • Add the puffed rice cereal to the melted Fluffies mixture and mix well until combined
  • Lightly grease a muffin tray and divide the warm mixture evenly between the individual muffin tins, pressing gently with your fingers to shape a bird’s nest
  • Chill in the freezer for at least two hours until the Fluffies nests are firm
  • Use a sharp knife to ease up the edges and place the nests into colourful muffin cups
  • Fill each nest with Cadbury
  • Whispers and Astros, or your favourite Cadbury items

Eggcellent!!

Easiest option … stock up with Cadbury Easter Eggs

When you’re out shopping for essentials, add some Cadbury Easter eggs into your basket. We’ve fans of  Cadbury Fluffies (box of 30 Cadbury Milk Chocolate covered Mallow Eggs … so yummy) and two Cadbury Milk Chocolate Hollow Eggs (one including Whispers and the other with Astros).

Happy Easter everyone … stay safe

 

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