Two new chocolates have been added to Cadbury’s Heroes mix

Love chocolate? Of course you do. How could you not? Chocolate is up there as one of the best things this world has to offer – if not the best. It is also a very significant factor in why we love Easter so much – and if you feel the same then you’ll be just as happy to hear the latest news for chocolate lovers.

Yes, the rumours are true: confectionery giant Cadbury has revealed that it is adding two new chocolates to its popular range of Heroes boxes and tubs.

Cadbury Heroes
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The selection of chocolates, which features miniature versions of some of the nation’s favourite chocolates – from Wispa, Twirl and Fudge, to Dairy Milk, Caramel, Eclair and Creme Egg – is one of the best sweet treats to enjoy at any celebration, whether it’s Christmas, Easter, a birthday or even just a meet-up with friends and family.

And while some would say that there are already plenty of chocolate options in the mix to suit anyone’s taste, Cadbury have decided to up their game a notch by introducing two new, well-known, chocolates to the mix.

As of next month, the Dinky Decker, a small version of the popular Double Decker bar will be in the Heroes selection – and the beloved bar, made with crispy cereal, soft nougat and chocolate isn’t the only new addition to get excited about.

The revamped Heroes will now also feature Crunchie Bits, which is a mini version of the popular chocolate-covered honeycomb bar.

Cadbury Heroes new chocolates
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‘Both Crunchie Bits and Dinky Decker are already popular flavours available as single bars. With the introduction of these iconic chocolates to the Cadbury Heroes mix, chocolate fans are sure to be in for a real treat,’ Cadbury said of the new arrivals.

‘No flavours will be removed from the existing Cadbury Heroes offering, providing a more even spread across all of the variants, making this a perfect selection for sharing with friends and family.’

Dinky Deckers and Crunchie Bits will be available in Cadbury Heroes from April 2019 and available nationwide.