Have you been searching for the Australian Cadbury Caramilk bars? Well, we’re happy to announce you can finally buy Caramilk in the UK! You’ve come to the right place to enjoy this coveted and sought-after smooth and creamy caramelised white chocolate.
Cadbury Caramilk was first launched in Australia in 1968, but sadly was discontinued in 1994. Adoring Caramilk fans campaigned for its return and by popular demand it reappeared in 2018 and has been on/off the shelves since then. 2020 will be the third time that Caramilk has made a comeback, we’re crossing our fingers it’s back for good this time.
What does Caramilk taste like?
After just one taste, it’s not hard to see why Cadbury’s Caramilk chocolate bar is so popular and sold out within hours across Australia. It’s velvety appeal and gentle caramel flavour, may be similar, but is not to be confused with Nestlé caramac. We think Cadbury describes it perfectly on their wrapper “a golden blend of caramelised white chocolate”.
The only chocolate bar better than Caramilk has got to be the incredible limited edition Caramilk Hokey Pokey. Cadbury's New Zealand imported Caramilk Hokey Pokey is the same delicious combination of white chocolate and caramel but infused with 'Hokey Pokey' honeycomb pieces.
Be quick though this Caramilk Hokey Pokey from New Zealand is very hard to get and available in limited numbers, it’s selling fast!
EDIT: Could Caramilk get any better? We hear you ask. Until recently we thought Caramilk was perfection, but that was before we tried Caramilk Marble! This bar is a delicious combination of caramelised white chocolate and milk chocolate with a hazelnut praline centre! And not forgetting you can now also get your hands on a delicious Caramilk Twirl, with curls of Caramilk all wrapped up in Dairy Milk Chocolate.
Can you cook with Cadbury’s Caramilk chocolate?
That’s an easy question with big caramel YES! If you do a quick search online, you’ll discover scrumptious recipes to put a white chocolate and caramel ‘Caramilk spin’ on brownies, cookies, cheesecakes and more. Cadbury Caramilk is perfect for baking and is just delectable in cakes and muffins, plus its gluten free too.
Here’s one of our favourite Caramilk Brownie recipes which makes incredibly rich and fudgy caramelised white chocolate brownies with Caramilk chocolate chunks throughout.
- 74g Butter
- 130g Caramilk Chocolate
- 1 Large Egg
- 1 tsp Vanilla Extract
- 90g Brown Sugar
- 50g Sugar
- 135g Plain Flour
- 1/2 tsp Baking Soda
- 100g Caramilk Chocolate, Chopped into pieces
- Preheat the oven to 180°C and line an 8"x8" pan with baking paper.
- Melt the butter and Caramilk chocolate together.
- Beat the egg, brown sugar, sugar and vanilla extract together until light.
- Mix in the Caramilk chocolate mixture.
- Mix in the flour and baking soda and add the pieces of Caramilk chocolate.
- Bake for 20-25 minutes until the middle is still soft but the top and outsides are set and lightly golden brown.
It may be one of Australia’s favourite chocolate blocks, but we’re spreading the joy and Cadbury Caramilk bars can now easily be bought in the UK via the Candy Mail website.