Here are all the posts on Chocablog tagged with the term Flake.
Cadbury Flake Celebration Cake
For Chocablog’s 4th birthday, I decided to buy an off-the-shelf chocolate cake, simply because it’s not the kind of thing we normally look at. Us Chocabloggers tend to work alone most of the time, so it’s difficult to justify shelling …
Cadbury Flake Moments
This attractive bright yellow box on the shelf of my local Budgens caught my attention, so I thought I’d give it a go. Inside the box are two layers of eleven bite-sized pieces of Cadbury Flake in six different varieties. Nice enough …
Cadbury Flake Luxury
Bloody &%$#@!& Cadburys! They are infuriatingly inconsistent with what they offer the average suburban chocaholic these days. They either do things extremely well (always dependable, good old Dairy Milk and their superb 70% Old Gold chocolate range), or …
Joss Stone: Flakey Flake Girl
It seems like only last February that Cadbury were extolling the virtues of Alyssa Sutherland, their shiny new Flake Girl. But after a single ad, Cadbury have killed off this Flake Girl (Cause of death: Drowning. Again.) and decided to replace …
Cadbury Flake Dark
Cadbury classic with dark chocolate.
Retromercial: 1969 Cadbury Flake Ad
This commercial may be nearly 40 years old, but it still make me hungry… Oh.. and the “How Many Sexual Innuendos Can You Spot?” game is fun too. Information Filed under cabury, flake. Tweet This
Cadbury can’t seem to make up their mind what to call this one. The wrapper calls it ‘Flake Snow’, yet their web site calls it ‘Snowflake’. I’ve gone with Snowflake simply because it sounds better. Whatever you call it, this bar …
Cadbury Flake Praline
Flake Praline is one of four new(ish) variations on Cadbury Flake – the others being Flake Dark, Flake Dipped and Snowflake. The wrapper describes this as “Crumbly milk chocolate Flake nestled in a rich hazelnut praline”. I beg to differ. I would …
Cadbury's original crumbly, flaky milk chocolate.