Everybody is familiar with Cadbury Milk Chocolate Fingers – yet another long standing classic from Cadbury. These delicious biscuits are covered in smooth, creamy Cadbury chocolate – a perfect combination!
Cadbury Milk Chocolate Fingers are great at a party or a luxurious addition to any biscuit tin, enjoyed with proper cup of English tea.
Most popular with customers in United States of America (USA), Italy, Germany, Denmark, Japan, Netherlands, Spain, Canada and France, but you can buy Cadbury Milk Chocolate Fingers for delivery worldwide.
One of our Cadbury branded products.
Contains Wheat, Contains Milk, May Contain Nuts, Contains Soya.
Milk Chocolate (48%) (Milk, Sugar, Cocoa Butter, Cocoa Mass, Vegetable Fats (Pam, Sal and Shea in varying proportions), Emulsifiers (E442, Soya Lecithin, E476), Flavourings), Wheat Flour (With added Calcium, Iron, Niacin and Thiamin), Palm Oil, Sugar, Partially inverted Sugar Syrup, Salt, Raising Agents (Ammonium Bicarbonate, Sodium Bicarbonate), Flavouring.
Lifestyle / Additives
- Suitable for Vegetarians.
- Storage Type: Ambient.
- To keep me fresh for longer, once opened, store in a cool dry place away from strong light. Best Before: see side of pack.
- Pack Type: Box.
Once again, the Cadbury chocolate is delicious. These Cadbury fingers are the perfect combination of crunchy cookie dipped in a smooth milk chocolate. I am a huge Cadbury Chocolate fan already, so these were a definite win for me. The fingers are smaller than I first expected, but this allows me to eat a larger number.... :
A firm favourite in my household. Great with a hot cup of tea when the chocolate melts and reveals the crunchy biscuit. Always great finger food at parties and for decorating chocolate cakes for Birthdays. Luckily there lots in a box so there's enough to go round for the rest of the family.
Cadburys chocolate covered biscuit fingers. You can't beat having a couple of cadburys milk chocolate fingers with your cup of tea they are so moorish. The coating is delicious cadbury chocolate which melts in your mouth as you are eating it. 30 calories per finger so you can have a couple without feeling too guilty.you get a good amount of fingers in the box
These little favourites are great with coffee. There is enough in the pack for everyone to share and they are just the right size. If I put them on the table, they are always the first thing to go. I also use them as the side decoration for large cakes.
Cadburys chocolate has always been one of my firm favourites and these fingers are no exception! They are great quality and ideal for a nibble with your favourite cuppa or as a sweet addition to children's' parties. They also come in really useful as an added decoration to homemade puddings or cakes.
OK - so of course these are another favourite since childhood and still remain one of my all time favourite treats today. Forget counting calories, forget everything - just enjoy them for what they are - delicious crisp biscuit fingers covered in thick, creamy Cadbury chocolate. A great treat for all the family regardless of age but especially good for the little ones. I also remember these being used as awesome cake decorations at kids parties - a quick look on the internet will give you some great ideas as to how these can be used. Still taste as great as ever!
Cadbury Milk Chocolate Fingers are a classic small pleasure. They are delicious and not too calorific. At only 27 calories a stick you can treat yourself to several. I've given them a 4 instead of a 5 because I think Cadbury Salted Peanut Chocolate Fingers are even better and my son is a great fan of Cadbury Dream Fingers.
Cadbury Milk Chocolate Fingers have been around for years and years, and that's a good thing!. They are addictive, delicious little fingers of joy, enjoyed by young and old. If Cadbury leave these little treats alone and not change the recipe or the style of packaging, I'm guessing we, the customer, would be happy.
Is there anything better than chocolate fingers? You can put them in the fridge if the weather is hot and they are lovely and cool and crispy to eat.
As an alternative you can dip the end in a cup of tea and practice your timing so it doesn't break off and plop into the tea.
Only problem is stopping after a few biscuits.
You will get highly addicted to Cadbury milk chocolate fingers. They are really one of the bets things you can buy from Cadbury. I ate them the first time last year in the UK. There is only one major problem. They will be empty very soon, when you start eating them.
These Cadbury Milk Chocolate Fingers are a great snack for any occasion. Whether it be Christmas, Birthdays or even just a lazy day around the house. Pop these delightful chocolate fingers on a plate and watch them disappear.
They are long, thin and smoothly coated chocolate fingers that have been around for generations and because of their taste will be for many more!
Cadbury Milk Chocolate Fingers have been on the market in their present form since 1951. In the UK they are produced by the Burton Biscuit Company and they are sold practically worldwide.
Small wonder that they are still a hugely popular biscuit, they are fantastic. Taste-wise they are difficult to beat. There are many imitations in the supermarkets today but Cadbury are superior in flavour and texture.
Only 30 calories in one finger means that two with your cuppa is not going to ruin a slimming diet. Just don't let one lead to another because there are roughly 24 in one pack of these. Eat a couple and then walk away, be warned!
So versatile, eat as a biscuit or suck off the chocolate whilst eating for an extra chocolate boost. Dip in your cup of tea. We use them for desserts. Break into bite size pieces and add them to vanilla ice cream scrumptious. Use as a cheesecake base and save some for the top. They are so moorish and so chocolaty.
Cadbury's Chocolate Fingers feel like they've been around for years and are one of the most 'moreish' biscuits in the world - you really can't just eat one. Long, thin biscuits covered in milk chocolate - simple and delicious.
They're great for kids parties - quick tip; put them in the fridge for about an hour before serving them and then the kids don't get too messy. But, to be honest, as an adult licking the two blobs of melted chocolate from your finger and thumb is all part of the totally acceptable guilty pleasure!
Due to their size and shape, you get loads in a box which makes them good value and great to share.
These chocolate fingers aren't just chocolate and yet they aren't biscuits for dunking in your tea. Each finger is a long biscuit finger cover in smooth Cadbury's milk chocolate. These are tasty and very moreish. I recently had these at my sons birthday party and they were gone in a flash. They do posh fingers now too which are also as nice.
Don't hold these in your own fingers for long as they will start to melt.
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