Chocolate Bars That Don’t Exist Anymore: How Well Do You Remember Them?
We all have our favourite chocolate bars that don’t exist anymore. *breaks down into tears* I don’t care if they were only limited edition versions!
There isn’t enough love nor money in the world to replace the happiness they gave us!
You may be able to find a knock-off replacement at B&M or Home Bargains, but they will never be the same.
How many of these chocolate bars will you remember?
Well, these were simply sensational! White chocolate mixed with varying flavours, so good.
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Wispa actually vanished from our shelves altogether, however after Cadbury were giving plenty of resistance from the great chocolate lovers out there, they have brought back the original chocolate version. However, us mint fans are still waiting!
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The most perfect of the chocolate treats, this one was sadly discontinued a while back and shows no signs in coming back.
We ALL remember that controversy around this chocolate bar, right? OK! Magazine released the photographs of Anthea Turner’s wedding to Grant Bovey so it looked like they had a brand deal with Flake! Very sneaky (and delicious)!
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A chocolate lovers dream! (Get it?)
They are now only sold in Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.
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Cadbury Dairy Milk Marble
Dairy Milk has done so many brilliant variants of their chocolate over the years, but this mix of milk and white chocolate with a hazelnut centre was right up there with the best.
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Galaxy Truffle Celebrations
Celebrations have never been the same since this bad boy was removed.
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Would you believe me if I told you that one of these had more calories than a Big Mac and fries from McDonald’s? Well, it’s true. It didn’t stop the thin and crispy texture from being delicious though!
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Cadbury Snaps were so good but so dangerous. A whole box of these could get demolished without even thinking about it!
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Mingles were the perfect chocolate treat.
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Kit Kat Senses
How were these pulled from the shelves? They were extremely delicious, but with Kinder Bueno’s on the rise, I guess people no longer needed the KitKat version.
They recently brought out mini versions! SO moreish.
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Fuse bars were amazing, they seemed to have a bit of everything! They had bits of nut, raisins and tons of fudge pieces and all coated in chocolate.
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Double Cream bars were one of my favourites but Nestle decided to pull the plug on them due to a lack of sale in 2005.
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Nuts About Caramel
Taking a step away from their usual milk chocolate bars, Cadbury’s brought out this masterpiece. It was so good they even made it into an ice cream!
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