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FREE chocolate variety boxes delivered, via the Wuntu app (Three customers only)

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Order a free box of chocolate from the Wuntu app. Get it delivered to your address including free P&P. Be quick claiming yours as three are giving away only 5,000 of these tasty treats. Offer Read More
Order a free box of chocolate from the Wuntu app. Get it delivered to your address including free P&P. Be quick claiming yours as three are giving away only 5,000 of these tasty treats. Offer
MYS Avatar5d, 48m agoFound 5 days, 48 minutes ago13 Comments
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got mine earlier on. i've had a few of these offers from handy candy in the past and they always send you loads of stuff.
MYS
VL3
Does anyone by any chance still have the website address where you register for this? I got the code but the website didn't load up and I've lost the page now.
Here it is.
https://www.handycandy.co.uk/wuntuchoc


Thanks so much!
Stopfordian
Checked my Wuntu in the small hours and didn't see this :-/
The offers came on today at 8.30 am. There seems to be this pattern now where every Thursday the offers refresh at that time.
VL3
Does anyone by any chance still have the website address where you register for this? I got the code but the website didn't load up and I've lost the page now.
Here it is.
https://www.handycandy.co.uk/wuntuchoc
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soreen malt loaf 190g chocolate 260g home bargains 29p

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normal malt loaf 190g and choc version 260g both 29p at home bargains - long dated Read More
normal malt loaf 190g and choc version 260g both 29p at home bargains - long dated
kate.g Avatar5d, 16h agoFound 5 days, 16 hours ago11 Comments
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*** spoilt
*** she's done this a few times, she just loves butter!!
Sorry about the mistakes above. I knocked the post arrow before I corrected my mistakes!! x
I have a Bengal cat ( who is Sooo cute, but,, so spoilasrlwd & if I don't keep an eye on my buttered Soreen, she will lick the butter off!! She's done this xsdnpon a few
michaeljb
Tweenie2017
a ave you tried the Malt Loaf that is pur posely made for toasting? Comes pre sliced & wrapped


oO no way, the worst thing about toasting soreen is it gets squashed when you try to slice it. what's the name or this pre sliced miracle wonder my friend?


Hi, I'm not too sure, think it's just Soreen but, states it's for toasting. If I see it when I'm out shopping, I'll get some more & I will let you know!! x
I love malt loaf, although I find once opened its virtually gone.
Tweenie2017
a ave you tried the Malt Loaf that is pur posely made for toasting? Comes pre sliced & wrapped


oO no way, the worst thing about toasting soreen is it gets squashed when you try to slice it. what's the name or this pre sliced miracle wonder my friend?
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Yazoo Chilled Milkshake 400Ml was £1.00 now 50p at Tesco Strawberry/Banana/Chocolate/Vanilla

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Yazoo Chilled Milkshake 400Ml was £1.00 now 50p at Tesco Strawberry/Banana/Chocolate/Vanilla offer starts tomorrow 24/5 untill 13/6 Read More
Yazoo Chilled Milkshake 400Ml was £1.00 now 50p at Tesco Strawberry/Banana/Chocolate/Vanilla offer starts tomorrow 24/5 untill 13/6
cainer1 Avatar1w, 54m agoFound 1 week, 54 minutes ago2 Comments
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i couldnt decide whether to get Strawberry or Banana,
so i thout id ask the Milkshake connoisseur BOD,
http://i.imgur.com/iokqhpd.gif
think he's saying i should get Vanilla??
thanks
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Cadbury Milk Chocolate Fingers 2 X 114G Less than half price was £2.49 now £1.00 @ Tesco from 24th.

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Cadbury Milk Chocolate Fingers 2 X 114G Less than half price was £2.49 now £1.00 from tomorrow untill 4th June. Read More
Cadbury Milk Chocolate Fingers 2 X 114G Less than half price was £2.49 now £1.00 from tomorrow untill 4th June.
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Oblig :D
I can confirm this deal - I saw it in the Northcott store tonight...
Heat added!
I've had some today in Southport for £1
nom nom nom nom nom what can i say cheap and hot (_;)
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M&M's Chocolate Bottle (100g) - 59p instore at Heron Foods

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£0.59 @ Heron Foods
M&M's Chocolate Bottle (100g) for 59p each at Heron Foods. These containers (containing 100g of M&M's milk chocolate candies in them) are resealable for travelling or just to have a chocola… Read More
M&M's Chocolate Bottle (100g) for 59p each at Heron Foods. These containers (containing 100g of M&M's milk chocolate candies in them) are resealable for travelling or just to have a chocola…
little.ern Avatar1w, 18h agoFound 1 week, 18 hours ago1 Comment
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I had just in heron for some other staffs and rush out and take the 90g bag (£0.59 same price) near the till, so other people please learn from my mistake.
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2 Boxes of Chocolate Protein Brownies for £20 with voucher @ My Protein

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Oreo Thins Original Vanilla / Chocolate Creme 96g was £1.08 now 54p at Tesco

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Oreo Thins Original Vanilla / Chocolate Creme 96g was £1.08 now 54p at Tesco valid till 30/5 Read More
Oreo Thins Original Vanilla / Chocolate Creme 96g was £1.08 now 54p at Tesco valid till 30/5
cainer1 Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago12 Comments
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I love normal Oreos but these are very disappointing - For one thing they are vastly overpriced as somebody has already pointed out that you get two very small packs. Pound for pound they work out more expensive than normal Oreos. But for me the critical thing is the taste - They totally lose the concept of the original Oreo, and the balance of flavour isn't on a par. I wouldn't be surprised if these were phased out as I can't see who would prefer these over the regular Oreo biscuit.

However, on the basis of the offer alone I have to vote it hot because as a pure saving it is good for anybody who finds these worth buying. I for one will save my cash and stick to the old school Oreo...Yummy! ;)

Edited By: Axeman on May 22, 2017 19:25
cainer1
Tesco_horse_meat
Cold, 50p at Asda as mentioned above
theres a bit more to a good deal than just the price...
my nearest Tesco is 1mi down the road with free parking, my nearest Asda is 8mi away and you have to pay to park,
they dont even give you the parking money back once you've used their store :/
so for me the Tesco deal works out much better

and that's why you should vote hot, and I should vote cold.
Tesco_horse_meat
Cold, 50p at Asda as mentioned above

theres a bit more to a good deal than just the price...
my nearest Tesco is 1mi down the road with free parking, my nearest Asda is 8mi away and you have to pay to park,
they dont even give you the parking money back once you've used their store :/
so for me the Tesco deal works out much better
little_deal_minx
Has this offer already started? They were still £1.08 at my local this afternoon :(

Yes, the offer started on 10th May and runs till 30th May. It should 50% off in all store formats too.


Edited By: whiterider1 on May 22, 2017 05:35
You don't get much two small packets, don't take long to finish though.
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Cadbury Brunch Bars 6x32g was £1.99 now 90p at Tesco - Chocolate Chip/Raisin/Peanut

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Cadbury Brunch Bars 6x32g was £1.99 now 90p at Tesco Chocolate Chip / Raisin / Peanut Read More
Cadbury Brunch Bars 6x32g was £1.99 now 90p at Tesco Chocolate Chip / Raisin / Peanut
cainer1 Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago14 Comments
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These are always at the pound shop guys. Voting cold
Over 40 g of sugar per 100 g. Almost half the bar is sugar!! oO
I wouldn't let my children touch one of these with a barge pole .:p
cainer1
bubbs
MAdam98
bubbs
Same price in asda too if you cant get to tesco
*The ASDA
Don't get what you mean by that?
he wasnt happy with you using lower case letters :{
No lol. In Liverpool it is "The ASDA" rather than ASDA
50p in poundstretcher
Bought some from Spar(BP) for a £1 the other day
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Maryland Chocolate/Double Chocolate Cookies 200g - Was £1.15 Now 57p at Tesco

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Maryland Chocolate / Double Chocolate Cookies 200g was £1.15 now just 57p at Tesco valid till 30/5 Read More
Maryland Chocolate / Double Chocolate Cookies 200g was £1.15 now just 57p at Tesco valid till 30/5
cainer1 Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago9 Comments
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Hivanh91
Viewing this on my phone. If you catch the photo as you're scrolling down it looks like something else...
Came here for the same reason. I guess we have a certain something on the mind over food. Man priorities I guess.

Good deal, love these, heated.
these are really delicious. i need to cut down on my sugar intake so i may see how long i can resist this one. :3
Viewing this on my phone. If you catch the photo as you're scrolling down it looks like something else...

Edited By: Hivanh91 on May 21, 2017 13:57
jc1970
3 for quid in farmfoods
Not this size
3 for £1 in most places but pack size is around 145g
cainer1
jc1970
3 for quid in farmfoods

great if you have a branch near you, store locator says my nearest is 14.28mi away :/


snap I'm 14 15 miles away
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Jumbo pack of dark chocolate digestives at co-op for £1.00

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Found in my local co-op only found the dark variety. 90p with NUS card Read More
Found in my local co-op only found the dark variety. 90p with NUS card
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[Amazon] Myprotein Impact Whey 5 kg Banoffee, Blueberry, Chocolate Mint, Pineapple from £21.95 @ Amazon

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Flavours: Banoffee, Blueberry, Chocolate Mint, Pineapple ___________________________________________________________ Banoffee Whey Protein Concentrate (Milk) (96%), Emulsifier (Soy Lecithin), Flavou… Read More
Flavours: Banoffee, Blueberry, Chocolate Mint, Pineapple ___________________________________________________________ Banoffee Whey Protein Concentrate (Milk) (96%), Emulsifier (Soy Lecithin), Flavou…
Falkenlust Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago82 Comments
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deal only when up 10 days ago and shipping then was 2-4 weeks, so no, no one has had delivery yet, mine says Arriving 5 Jun - 20 Jun (Will dispatch
19 Jun ) so full 1 month, would not be surprised to see this get cancelled or put on hold like a lot of muscle fitness stuff - in the past

Edited By: REAL_DEAL on May 29, 2017 13:38
Has anyone had their order delivered? Just ordered the 5kg banoffee and it's still saying 2-4 week delivery time. Just wondered if that's realistic or just Amazon being over-cautious?
Still out of stock...
How did you come across this deal? I've tried searching amazon manually and I can't find it. Just curious how to find these great deals in the future if it dosen't get added on here.
Adam_90
BCAA's are a waste of money. They are in the whey protein anyway.


yeah they're in literally any food there is lol
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Menier Swiss Chocolate 100g for fine cooking 79p at home bargains

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real good chocolate for covering cakes because of its high cocoa content Read More
real good chocolate for covering cakes because of its high cocoa content
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Rolo chocolate dessert 2 pack (2*70g) just 65p was £1.30 @ tesco

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Nestle chocolate Rolo Dessert 2X70g pots just 65p was £1.30 I haven't tried them but sounds nice Read More
Nestle chocolate Rolo Dessert 2X70g pots just 65p was £1.30 I haven't tried them but sounds nice
coffeebanana123 Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago5 Comments
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4 for a quid ...Morrisons
Aldi Toffee Pots taste exactly the same and cost about 75p for 4 X)
they are absolutely blooming wonderful. but 4 packs are a quid at asda at the moment. used to be regularly but think it's first time this year asda have dropped price
Milkybar and Rolo 4 packs are only £1.00 at Asda so better value
milkybar ones are this price too
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McVitie's Hobnobs Milk Chocolate & Golden Syrup Oaty Snack Bar 6 x 30g (Rollback Deal) 50p was £1.00 @ Asda

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McVitie's Hobnobs Milk Chocolate & Golden Syrup Oaty Snack Bar 6 x 30g (Rollback Deal) was £1.00 now 50p Suitable for Vegetarians. May Contain: Nuts, Sesame. Contains: Barley, Milk, Oats, S… Read More
McVitie's Hobnobs Milk Chocolate & Golden Syrup Oaty Snack Bar 6 x 30g (Rollback Deal) was £1.00 now 50p Suitable for Vegetarians. May Contain: Nuts, Sesame. Contains: Barley, Milk, Oats, S…
rubberbullets Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago5 Comments
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New flavours! Nice.
robin5858
Going around the websites again rubberbullets?
The ingredients list gives it away.

Was yesterday. Been shoping today NOT spotted a lot but will post post over next couple of days.
Going around the websites again rubberbullets?

The ingredients list gives it away.
Picked up two packs at the weekend not too bad
This will get the healthy crowd up in arms. I know their less than 10p a bar but look at all that sugar! WOW.

And Sainsbury's want £1.80 http://www.sainsburys.co.uk/shop/gb/groceries/mcvities-hobnobs-caramel-snackbar-6x30g

Edited By: rubberbullets on May 17, 2017 12:49
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M&Ms reduced to 50p from £1 instore @ Asda Bethnal Green

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Lots of packets reduced in Asda bethnal green Read More
Lots of packets reduced in Asda bethnal green
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Magnum Classic Signature Chocolate 90g 10p @ iceland

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Magnum Classic Signature Chocolate 90g £0.10 11p per 100 g Bought a load of em today Dated 06 2018 http://groceries.iceland.co.uk/magnum-classic-signature-chocolate-90g/p/66041 Read More
Magnum Classic Signature Chocolate 90g £0.10 11p per 100 g Bought a load of em today Dated 06 2018 http://groceries.iceland.co.uk/magnum-classic-signature-chocolate-90g/p/66041
satnewseuro Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago10 Comments
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Try clicking on the little heart next to the picture.

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any Iceland in preston
Try clicking on the little heart next to the picture.
not in Iceland Colchester as was in there tonight and was 99p
It's just a picture, can't buy it.
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Tuc Cheese Sandwich (150g) was £1.00 now 2 for £1.50 @ Iceland

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Tuc Cheese Sandwich (150g) was £1.00 now 2 for £1.50 Jacobs TUC Original (150g) was £1.15 then £1.00 now 2 for £1.50 Fox's Rocky Caramel 8 Bars (159.0g) was £1.00 now 2 for £1.50 Fox's Rocky Read More
Tuc Cheese Sandwich (150g) was £1.00 now 2 for £1.50 Jacobs TUC Original (150g) was £1.15 then £1.00 now 2 for £1.50 Fox's Rocky Caramel 8 Bars (159.0g) was £1.00 now 2 for £1.50 Fox's Rocky
rubberbullets Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago3 Comments
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CassieToby
Rubbish price, all of these items are generally available on offer elsewhere at 50p
That's what I thought until I searched the web and the supermarkets own site! At the moment these are the cheapest!
Rubbish price, all of these items are generally available on offer elsewhere at 50p
I love these.

I know I shouldn't....
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McVitie's Digestive Biscuits (2 per pack - 1Kg) was £2.20 now £1.50 @ Sainsbury's

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These deals start Wednesday 17th May and End Tuesday 6th June McVitie's Digestive Biscuits (2 per pack - 1Kg) was £2.20 now £1.50 McVitie's Rich Tea (2 x 300g Packs) was £2.20 now Only £1.50 Read More
These deals start Wednesday 17th May and End Tuesday 6th June McVitie's Digestive Biscuits (2 per pack - 1Kg) was £2.20 now £1.50 McVitie's Rich Tea (2 x 300g Packs) was £2.20 now Only £1.50
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The swines have now reduced the weight of each pack by 20% (100g) to 400g but the price is still the same!!! Should be shamed on social media!

Good price for 500g/ea twin pack....heat added!

Edited By: mchu6am4 on May 16, 2017 18:22
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Chocolate Mousse VEGETARIAN 65p - Aldi

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I think this is the regular price for this mouse however I have been searching so long for vegetarian choc mousse and never found. Hope this helps someone! Read More
I think this is the regular price for this mouse however I have been searching so long for vegetarian choc mousse and never found. Hope this helps someone!
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jamgin
For those who wonder what the problem with gelatin in deserts and kids sweets is. Nice little description for you to digest:
Gelatin is a mixture of peptides and proteins produced by partial hydrolysis of collagen extracted from the skin, bones, and connective tissues of animals such as domesticated cattle, chicken, pigs, and fish.
Ummm. Yum. Yum. NOT.
p.s. cheers for the deal op.
And the problem is?
From your viewpoint there is no 'problem' but for others the thought of eating boiled animal parts for a desert may be not so palatable. Please see the interweb for details of why meat eating is a bad idea for ethical, environmental and health reasons. At the end of the day in the democracy we live in the choice is yours.
I'm all for choice, but your post that I replied to just described gelatine and not any specific "problem", as such, but a rather childlike "urrgh" type conclusion. Your reply then did elude to potential problems, although very generalised, since most of what you infer is not meat eating itself that's an issue, rather the modern, intensive methods for producing it. Since meat production is still occurring, producing gelatine could be seen as excellent use of meat by-products (although I am not under the illusion this is actually the case).
On the flip side, personally, I fail to see how the likes of Quorn are any better for "ethical, environmental and health reasons", although I am not assuming that you, or all vegetarians, eat it. I would like to see a more balanced and natural approach to how we produce and consume food.

Fair comment mate.
https://grist.files.wordpress.com/2015/07/meat-feature-v1.jpg?w=1500&h=844&crop=1
jamgin
Rickardo
jamgin
For those who wonder what the problem with gelatin in deserts and kids sweets is. Nice little description for you to digest:
Gelatin is a mixture of peptides and proteins produced by partial hydrolysis of collagen extracted from the skin, bones, and connective tissues of animals such as domesticated cattle, chicken, pigs, and fish.

Ummm. Yum. Yum. NOT.

p.s. cheers for the deal op.

And the problem is?

From your viewpoint there is no 'problem' but for others the thought of eating boiled animal parts for a desert may be not so palatable. Please see the interweb for details of why meat eating is a bad idea for ethical, environmental and health reasons. At the end of the day in the democracy we live in the choice is yours.


I'm all for choice, but your post that I replied to just described gelatine and not any specific "problem", as such, but a rather childlike "urrgh" type conclusion. Your reply then did elude to potential problems, although very generalised, since most of what you infer is not meat eating itself that's an issue, rather the modern, intensive methods for producing it. Since meat production is still occurring, producing gelatine could be seen as excellent use of meat by-products (although I am not under the illusion this is actually the case).

On the flip side, personally, I fail to see how the likes of Quorn are any better for "ethical, environmental and health reasons", although I am not assuming that you, or all vegetarians, eat it. I would like to see a more balanced and natural approach to how we produce and consume food.
Thanks for this post Rizo, went and picked up a pack yesterday and it tastes lovely!
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Alpen Fruit and Nut With Milk Chocolate Cereal Bar 29 g (Pack of 24) £4.75 (Add-on item) or £4.51 S&S @ Amazon

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Alpen Fruit and Nut With Milk Chocolate Cereal Bar 29g, pack of 24 - that's under 20p per bar. Great for the kids lunchbox, Amazon add on item. Read More
Alpen Fruit and Nut With Milk Chocolate Cereal Bar 29g, pack of 24 - that's under 20p per bar. Great for the kids lunchbox, Amazon add on item.
gslgregory Avatar2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago10 Comments
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No but you get nector points at Sainsbury's so that's proberly the best offer in my point of view
chrispeee123
Cold there a pound in Sainsbury's box of 5 different flavours to and the light ones are a lot better for you
Light ones available too for £4.80 (20p each) - see comment #1. Sainsbury's may also sell them for same price but that won't help if you are looking for an add-on item at Amazon, will it?
Cold there a pound in Sainsbury's box of 5 different flavours to and the light ones are a lot better for you
Do many schools allow chocolate bars in lunch boxes?
These are currently on offer in Sainsburys, £1 for a box of 5.
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Fc Barcelona Mug & Chocolates £1.50 Home Bargains (Dewsbury, West Yorkshire)

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Ceramic mug with chocolates and keyring. Read More
Ceramic mug with chocolates and keyring.
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Good price, I picked one up for my sons birthday the other day. Just a heads up the bbe date on mine is July incase anyone was thinking of Christmas gifts
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Code stack - chocolate worth £12.97 FREE when you spend £30.00 on fairtrade flowers @ Arena Flowers

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They have 2 chocolate deals running atm that you can use at same time, 43% of total spend. Add a fairtrade bunch to basket - either one over £30 or a £29.99 bunch + card £2.99 to get value above £30:… Read More
They have 2 chocolate deals running atm that you can use at same time, 43% of total spend. Add a fairtrade bunch to basket - either one over £30 or a £29.99 bunch + card £2.99 to get value above £30:…
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Kit Kat 4 Finger 3 Pack 48p @ Tesco Instore

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Found these in the Leigh store, in the £1 aisle. Tesco have been clearing out lots of the £1 things lately so worth checking your local Tesco. In that store the £1 aisle is part if the seasonal aisle.… Read More
Found these in the Leigh store, in the £1 aisle. Tesco have been clearing out lots of the £1 things lately so worth checking your local Tesco. In that store the £1 aisle is part if the seasonal aisle.…
wiggywig Avatar2w, 3d agoFound 2 weeks, 3 days ago4 Comments
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DavidL
No sign of this in our stores locally. Another Tossco WGC.
Well they initially put these down to 80p so they may of sold out at that price in some stores. Just that theyve since gone down again in price. The Leigh store doesn't have any left now

I've stopped looking in Tossco for offers like this. I know when I'm being played. But thanks for posting anyway.
DavidL
No sign of this in our stores locally. Another Tossco WGC.

Well they initially put these down to 80p so they may of sold out at that price in some stores. Just that theyve since gone down again in price. The Leigh store doesn't have any left now
No sign of this in our stores locally. Another Tossco WGC.
Thanks wiggy :)

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ASDA SWEET NIGHTS IN buy 3 chocolate products get 3 pounds google play credit

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just got this from asda buy 3 chocolate products and get 3 pounds google play credit and 50% off the latest movie rentals ill put the sweetsnight in link here https://www.sweetnightsin.co.uk/ TERMS AN… Read More
just got this from asda buy 3 chocolate products and get 3 pounds google play credit and 50% off the latest movie rentals ill put the sweetsnight in link here https://www.sweetnightsin.co.uk/ TERMS AN…
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Ralphymach
Lots of packs with this promotion in poundland... For £1
Thanks Ralphy this post is over 2 weeks old so things change
Lots of packs with this promotion in poundland... For £1
nice! I saw mars, snickers and ripple 4 packs in co-op for £1 each yesterday
The cheapest way I've seen to do this just now is the 4-bar packs of Mars or Snickers. There are other multi-bar varieties but ICR what they are. They tend to be £1 a pack in most places. Tesco put the price on their Revel/Malteser/M&M packs up from £1 to £1.50 now.

Iceland (and maybe other stores) have Galaxy Minstrel bags at £1 also.
dommyboy2
Just redeemed mine. Great way of getting extra play credit.
Nice one
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Two x 4 bar packs of chocolate - £1.50 at Asda

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Great deal on 4 bars of chocolate at Asda, 2 packs for £1.50. 23 different packs are included: Boost, Fruit pastilles, Smarties, Caramel, Flakes etc. Going to stock up. Read More
Great deal on 4 bars of chocolate at Asda, 2 packs for £1.50. 23 different packs are included: Boost, Fruit pastilles, Smarties, Caramel, Flakes etc. Going to stock up.
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The dark chocolate rolls are sooooooo good!

Edited By: LeahMinttoutou on May 15, 2017 09:25
twinkle.eyes
This offer is not on in Walsall never has been :(

Maybe thats where the Sugar Police have their HQ :D
hot
This offer is not on in Walsall never has been :(
Decent deal and no sign of the sugar police,wow !
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Müllerlight Goodies Corner Yogurt Lemon Meringue Style (4 x 107g) was £2.75 now £1.37 @ Sainsbury's

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These deal end on Tuesday 16th May Müllerlight Goodies Corner Yogurt Lemon Meringue Style (4 x 107g) was £2.75 now £1.37 Müllerlight Goodies Corner Yogurt Strawberry & White Chocolate (4 x 107g)… Read More
These deal end on Tuesday 16th May Müllerlight Goodies Corner Yogurt Lemon Meringue Style (4 x 107g) was £2.75 now £1.37 Müllerlight Goodies Corner Yogurt Strawberry & White Chocolate (4 x 107g)…
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Cadbury Picnic Chocolate Bar 4 Pack (4 x 48.4) was !.00 now 2 packs of 4 for £1.50 @ Asda

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Cadbury Picnic Chocolate Bar 4 Pack (4 x 48.4) was !.00 now 2 packs of 4 for £1.50 Lion Peanut Chocolate Bar 4 Pack (4 x 41g) was !.00 now 2 packs of 4 for £1.50 Rolo Chocolate Bar 4 Pack (4 x 5… Read More
Cadbury Picnic Chocolate Bar 4 Pack (4 x 48.4) was !.00 now 2 packs of 4 for £1.50 Lion Peanut Chocolate Bar 4 Pack (4 x 41g) was !.00 now 2 packs of 4 for £1.50 Rolo Chocolate Bar 4 Pack (4 x 5…
rubberbullets Avatar2w, 5d agoFound 2 weeks, 5 days ago11 Comments
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great deal thanks op
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Already posted......
Some of these multipacks are also on offer at 80p in Amazon's Pantry, if you were thinking of putting an order into Amazon like

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billbobargins
omg rolos too, just bought loads in iceland, must say they tastes a bit different to i remember
Most things taste different with time. Hope you still like them!
nah id like to say ive have a chefs pallet, chocolate taste cheap. Only munchies still taste like the used too
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Double Decker chocolate Bar 4x55g pack 2 for £1.50 @ Asda instore

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Other chocs also on offer https://groceries.asda.com/promotion/2-for-pound150/ls88224
daffers Avatar2w, 5d agoFound 2 weeks, 5 days ago46 Comments
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Thanks daffers, i got some today :)
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james0909
As usual my asda don't have signs I asked they two for 1 50 no they say. scanned and they was .

Hahahahahaha, hmmmmmmm, typical that, huh?, lol. :-(


complete nutters big £1 sign yet no 1.50
james0909
As usual my asda don't have signs I asked they two for 1 50 no they say. scanned and they was .

Hahahahahaha, hmmmmmmm, typical that, huh?, lol. :-(
norfolkbroadslim
I got fruit pastilles (4 x 52.5g) & rolos (4 x 52g). £1.50 is a bargain for 8 decent sized tubes!

Good for you, hehehe. :-)
I got fruit pastilles (4 x 52.5g) & rolos (4 x 52g). £1.50 is a bargain for 8 decent sized tubes!
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Extra £10 off Any Chocolate Bundles with voucher @ Thorntons

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Maltesers Milk Chocolates in Giant Cracker Box, 156 g - Pack of 9 £9.48 (Prime) AMAZON £13.47

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ok ive posted these several times but i only post when the price is right.dont know how many are available at this price i will expire if they increase too much.amazon prime customers get free deliver… Read More
ok ive posted these several times but i only post when the price is right.dont know how many are available at this price i will expire if they increase too much.amazon prime customers get free deliver…
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ok taking this down gone to high will post again another day no doubt hope lots got at the advertised price
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fireman1
Just zoomed. It's 8 fun size.
well they are fun size 100%. there is no weight on the bags but just opened one and it has 10 full size and 1 midget :D
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fireman1
Just zoomed. It's 8 fun size.


well they are fun size 100%. there is no weight on the bags but just opened one and it has 10 full size and 1 midget :D
fireman1
Just zoomed. It's 8 fun size.
thanks fireman
Just zoomed. It's 8 fun size.
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Fox's Viennese Chocolate Melts 50% extra free plus 2 packs for £1.00 @ Poundland

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Fox's Viennese Chocolate Melts 50% extra free plus 2 packs for £1 @Poundland This is equivalent to 3 normal size packs(120g) for £1. So to be clear you are getting 2 x 180g packs for £1 see pict… Read More
Fox's Viennese Chocolate Melts 50% extra free plus 2 packs for £1 @Poundland This is equivalent to 3 normal size packs(120g) for £1. So to be clear you are getting 2 x 180g packs for £1 see pict…
Mosh196 Avatar2w, 6d agoFound 2 weeks, 6 days ago3 Comments
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Wow did you just buy two full boxes worth ??
In my poundland as bigger packs, they stopped the two for a pound
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Vegan Chocolate Bars 100g 3 varieties £1.99 at Aldi

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Milk alternative, banana and mint flavours. Read More
Milk alternative, banana and mint flavours.
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I don't even know why people bother going Tesco anymore? I suppose some just like paying more for lower quality.
I've now started to do the main weekly shop at Aldi/Lidl with smaller top-ups at the bigger supermarkets rotating which one I go to each time - that way, I can still buy my must-have items that Aldi/Lidl don't stock and still save money too. :)

On a separate note, there has been an explosion of vegan alternatives in all supermarkets recently and I feel like I just can't eat fast enough. X)
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Thanks OP, heat added. Aldi are really stepping up the game, so many tasty new vegan treats at good prices too.


I don't even know why people bother going Tesco anymore? I suppose some just like paying more for lower quality.
Thanks OP, heat added. Aldi are really stepping up the game, so many tasty new vegan treats at good prices too.
It's also ethical side of things, some vegans I know won't buy products containing palm oil such as various nut butters etc.
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Isn't most quality dark chocolate vegan? Aldi's own Moser brand dark choc and Heidi chocolate that you get in Asda doesn't seem to contain milk products. I'd be interested to know as I have bought them for vegan friends after seeing them mentioned on vegan blogs.


They may not state vegan as in the allergy section it may say possible contain traces of milk, soya, nuts and other known allergy products. This is usually because it's produced on a line with other products containing allergy ingredients, so milk or dairy for vegans to avoid. Some vegans won't mind this but some will totally avoid chance of contaminated products. This is why a lot products the ingredients appear vegan but it won't be stated to be.
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Cadbury chocolate fingers 228g (2x114g) £1.00 in store one stop shops

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Same as the morrisons deal. Twin pack 2 x 114g for a quid.
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Only 114 grams per separate pack!

I have a box which I kept because of a Star Wars tie in many years ago. The weight on that box is 150 grams. Getting less biscults over the years but as everything, no reduction in price. Except for this deal.
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Tassimo - Cadburys Chocolate x 8 pods : Were £4.49 , now £2.25 @ Co-op

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Obviously not a world beating deal, but hopefully this may help someone out. Found in Alnwick Co-op and got the shrugged shoulders when asked if national so posted as local, however, they were well in…
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Not national, just got back from a branch in Birmingham and they were £4+

Do'h......
Not national, just got back from a branch in Birmingham and they were £4+
Will check soon hopefully national :)

chocolate bar lindtFrom Chocolate Cake to Chocolate Fountain

What would the world be like without chocolate? Don’t even think about it. It’s too awful to contemplate, right? In the UK, we adore chocolate. Every year, Britons consume 11.2 kg of chocolate products per capita (a whopping 266 Mars bars!), far more than German of French consumers. Chocolate is a national obsession and a huge variety of foods have emerged to satisfy our unquenchable desire for sweetness.

This buyer’s guide explains everything buyers need to know about the world of chocolate, from party bags of famous brands to boutique, artisan creations. There’s more to the topic than you think, and we also have a few tips for you to buy cheap chocolate.

Everyone Likes it: Chocolate

Chocolate hasn’t been around the western world for all that long. As with the potato or tobacco, chocolate was imported from the New World after the voyages of Columbus. Used for centuries by Aztec and Mayan peoples (as a medicine, mostly), Europeans discovered that it could also be turned into a delicious, stimulating hot drink through the addition of sugar. Before coffee houses in London served coffee, chocolate was the hot drink of choice.

The first chocolate bars took a lot longer to appear. By the 1840s, Dutch food scientists had found ways to change the chemical composition of chocolate, removing cacao fats and pressing out excess fluids. After that, the 19th century saw the rapid expansion of chocolate production, with the introduction of milk chocolate and conching machines which produced an even, reliable result.

By the twentieth century, most of the world’s big chocolate manufacturers were well and truly in business, from Lindt Chocolate and Cadbury’s to Nestle and Hershey. Consumers across the world were being treated to a vast selection of different products and snacking would never be the same again. And when you see Willy Wonka in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory or read the book, you´ll know that this is one of the big topics of human culture.

The Many Different Kinds of Chocolate Products

We’ve come a long way since the invention of the humble chocolate bar. Even in the past 20 years, things have changed in the confectionary world, with products like raw chocolate, chilli-infused bars, muffins and truffles becoming more popular. These days, you can log onto sites like HotUKDeals and find a huge array of chocolate delights at low prices, here are some of the things you can expect to encounter:praline lindt

  • Big brand chocolate bars and pralines – Although many artisan producers have sprung up in recent years, the UK’s chocolate market remains dominated by a small group of large companies. Cadbury (owned by multinational Mondelez) and Mars are the two largest (with almost 50% of the market), and Nestle are also major players. These companies are responsible for some of our favourite brands, including Mars bars, Ferrero Rocher, Galaxy, Dairy Milk, Creme Eggs, Twirls, Whispas, M&Ms, Snickers and Maltesers.
  • Chocolate cakes and cookies – However, you don’t need to limit yourself to tiny little chocolate bars. How about a white chocolate cheese cake, a chocolate sponge cake or chocolate chip cookies? Chocolate cakes and cookies are also big business, with all major supermarkets offering high-quality, fresh gateaux and chocolate fudge cakes in their bakery departments. Some supermarkets have also created partnerships with artisan bakers to sell their cakes in-store. For instance, Waitrose work with Fiona Cairns, who creates sumptuous chocolate sponge cakes. Then there are frozen varieties, with party sized and large cakes all available to choose from.
  • Chocolate muffins – Millions of people in the UK wake up to a muffin. There’s something about the soft, spongy feel of a sweet chocolate muffin that really hits the spot before work. Quick-baked, using plenty of yeast, most chocolate muffins we eat are derived from American recipes (while flatter English muffins tend to be more savoury).
  • Chocolate brownies – Brownies are a staple of farmers’ markets and fundraising fairs all over the country, and no comfort food is quite as satisfying. Again, they are an American import. Flat-baked, using plenty of sugar, butter and chocolate, brownies can include chocolate chips, nuts, gluten-free flour, fruit – whatever the chef desires. You’ll find every imaginable kind on offer from the UK’s biggest supermarkets, along with brownie mixes from brands like Betty Crocker.
  • Chocolate mousse – Light and fluffy, a good chocolate mousse can round off almost any meal perfectly. The lightness of a mousse is derived from millions of tiny pockets of air that have been whipped into egg whites, which are then (usually) folded into the mixture. Although the recipe is French, chocolate mousses are made by some of the UK’s biggest food companies, including Nestle, Waitrose, Cadbury and Tesco, as well as artisan producers like Hotel Chocolat.chocolate bar almond
  • Chocolate truffles – As gourmet food lovers will know, truffles are a delicious, pungent fungus found by specially trained pigs. How the name also became used for delicious chocolates isn’t known, aside from the vague similarities in their shape. In any case, chocolate truffles tend to have a brittle chocolate shell and a decadent soft ganache filling. You’ll find some with rich fruity tastes, some with chilli, some with nuts in the centre, and some with praline cores, along with a dizzying variety of coatings. All major chocolate manufacturers have their own spin on the truffle including Thorntons, Hotel Chocolat, Friars and Tabl.
  • Chocolate cupcakes – Named after the cup that they are served in, cupcakes are a do-it-yourself craze as much as they are an inviting chocolate treat. Made from a fluffy mixture and topped with cream or chocolate icing, chocolate cupcakes are a favourite of kids across the country. As with chocolate muffins and brownies, cupcakes are an American invention, but they have become a worldwide phenomenon, being easy to make, satisfying to eat and perfect for parties. You’ll find ready-made varieties from the major supermarkets and artisans like Fiona Cairns, Friars and Cocoapod, as well as kits to whip up your own cupcake masterpieces.

Understanding the Difference Between the Types of Chocolate

There are many different ways to cook and serve chocolate treats, but at root there’s a more fundamental division that needs to be understood. That is, the dividing line between milk and dark chocolate.

The most important difference is, as the two names suggest, the addition of milk. In 1875, Henri Nestle and Daniel Peter realised that they could create a smoother, more even chocolate product by adding condensed milk to melted chocolate solids. Since then, the proportion of chocolate in milk chocolate has varied. For example, the EU demands that milk chocolate contain 25% cocoa solids, while the USA demands 10% (hence the taste difference between Lindt milk chocolate and Hershey). Different people have different tastes, but chocolate with a lower cocoa concentration will tend to have more sugar as a result, which may make it less healthy.

Dark chocolate isn’t just milk chocolate without the milk. To create uniform bars, manufacturers need to add fats to raw chocolate (or all you end up with is a form of chocolate drink). To do so, they usually add substances like palm oil, which can be bad for the environment as oil palms tend to be found in recently deforested rainforest zones. However, there’s a major difference in the composition of dark and milk chocolate. To qualify as dark, chocolate needs to have at least 50%, and usually 70% cocoa solids. As the concentration rises, you’ll tend to find that the sweetness recedes and dark chocolate becomes more bitter. For some people, this is a turn-off, but for others, the unique combination of bitterness and sweetness is irresistible.

And what about white chocolate? Isn’t that just milk chocolate with extra milk added until it turns, well, white? Not at all. White chocolate is a very different product. In this case, manufacturers combine sugar, milk and cocoa butter, and dispense with cocoa solids entirely (in fact, for many purists, it isn’t even chocolate). The way it is made reduces the concentration of caffeine and antioxidants in white chocolate as well, making it potentially less healthy than other types. Then again, the skill of chocolatiers means that it can be turned into some incredible shapes and products, and family favourites like Milky Bars and White Toblerones remain as popular as ever.making chocolate

Say it With Chocolate: A Guide for Gift Givers

Few products lend themselves to gift giving as well as chocolate, something that chocolate manufacturers have realised from the start. However, in the UK the association between chocolate and romance really dates back to the 1970s, when Cadbury Milk Tray was advertised with an amorous theme.

These days, when you search online you’ll discover a huge array of chocolate gift-giving opportunities. Examples of brands that specialise in romantic or family chocolate gifts include:

  • Friars – Founded in 1927, Friars have an extensive Valentine’s Day collection every year as well as year-round gift boxes featuring dark, white, milk, boozy, non-alcoholic, and fruity chocolates.
  • Hotel Chocolat – With around 70 stores across the UK, Hotel Chocolat is one of the biggest artisan chocolatiers around. Their gift range includes lavish hampers with chocolates, salted caramels and alcoholic drinks, while they also feature gift ideas for new parents, anniversaries, illness, good luck, birthdays and many more real-life situations.
  • Lindt – Swiss masters Lindt have been creating gorgeous chocolates since 1845, and they are experts at creating enticing gift packages. They also have a wide range of ideas for special occasions (including handy apology and forgive me sections), plenty of romantic Valentine’s Day treats and the option to add flowers into the mix for added effect.

That’s just a small selection of the HotUKDeals merchants who offer high-class chocolate gift ideas. Shop around, as all of the UK’s biggest supermarkets will have their own ideas, and there are always mainstays like Roses and Quality Street to fall back on as well.

The Lindt Difference

Nutritional Information - Is Chocolate Good For You?

In recent years, scientists have come up with some intriguing findings regarding the health benefits of chocolate. Before their work became known, it was fair to assume that, while chocolates were delicious and satisfying, they probably wouldn’t do much to extend your lifespan. However, things are changing.

Dark chocolate in particular has been associated with some remarkable benefits. For one thing, chocolate with more than 50% cocoa solids is known to be high in antioxidants – substances that help to protect against cancer (and are thought to help ward off ageing as well).

Not only that, but dark chocolate has high concentrations of the vitamins and minerals we need, including copper, manganese, iron, potassium and magnesium. Flavanols are another benefit, helping to reduce blood pressure, chocolate is thought to reduce the level of harmful HDL cholesterol and potentially even aiding brain function.maltesers chocolate

So, it looks as though dark chocolate is indeed good for you. Obviously, eating large quantities isn’t recommended, with a high-calorie content and (often) plenty of sugar. But a little dark chocolate every day can be part of a healthy diet.

Unfortunately, things aren’t so clear for milk or white chocolate, but there are some encouraging signs. For example, one journal reported that eating 100g of milk chocolate per day is associated with a decreased risk of death from strokes or heart attacks.

The truth is probably complex (and don’t expect that eating five Mars bars a day is the key to eternal life), but it does seem that the Aztecs were onto something when they used chocolate as a stimulant and a medicine.

Hot Chocolate: Tasty and Easy to Make

So far, we’ve talked about solid chocolate, but hot chocolate is also coming back into vogue, with a number of artisan producers offering dark chocolate powders as an alternative to tea and coffee.

Take Hotel Chocolat, for example. One of their most famous products is Death by Hot Chocolate, which comes in an appealing old-style apothecaries jar, containing flakes of white and dark chocolate and pieces of marshmallow. When mixed together, this blend creates an intense hit of chocolate taste – the ideal pick me up in the morning.

You can also find more exotic hot chocolate products around. Smaller manufacturers like Jaz and Juls create blends featuring dark peppermint, chilli, chai spices or twists of fruit.toblerone chocolate

The choice of chocolate drinks has expanded exponentially in recent years, and there’s seemingly a variety for everyone’s tastes. However, the most popular brands continue to be old favourites like Cadbury and the supermarkets’ own varieties. Shop around, and you’ll no doubt find huge savings on artisan and big-brand hot chocolate.

Finding the Best Chocolate Deals

If you have a soft spot for chocolate, it can become an expensive habit, which is why the vast amount of chocolate offers at HotUKDeals is so handy. Every day, our members post up the latest chocolate deals from merchants like Waitrose, Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Morrison’s, Marks & Spencer, Hotel Chocolat, Thornton’s and Asda.

You’ll find the latest artisan brands and established names like Terry’s or Toblerone. Just search for your favourite products and take advantage of whatever deals are being offered at the present moment. They could be in-store deals or voucher codes for online purchases, and the selection is constantly changing, so check regularly.

If you are a chocolate addict, you may also want to think about timing your purchases wisely. Chocolate deals tend to spike soon after major events like Christmas, Easter or Valentine’s Day (although there will always be some generous romantic promotional deals as well). Keep an eye out for retailers trying to sell their excess confectionary and pounce when the deals are posted.

Make Massive Chocolate Savings at HotUKDeals

Chocolate comes in many forms, from big Cadbury bars to delicate, hand-crafted artisan truffles – and all of the many types can be found at the HotUKDeals chocolate listings. Bookmark our listings and take advantage of a wide range of offers from the UK’s most popular chocolate retailers.