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Posted 18 August 2023

Cadbury Flake 99 Multipack Box, 144 Individual Chocolate Bars for Ice Cream and Culinary Use, 1.4 Kg (Packaging May Vary)

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UPDATE: 19th August: "Usually dispatched within 8 to 14 days"

Yep, these are probably made in Egypt, and Yes, they are probably Full of Crumbs, this, based on the last time this was posted here for £20 and got over 250 degrees heat (Posted Here). I would consider this to be a slightly better deal, and maybe, just maybe, you'll get a few intact bars!! . (Sorry, just wanted to get that out of the way).

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Cadbury Flake 99

No ice cream cone is complete without Cadbury's scrumptious, crumbling Flake 99. This pack includes 144 individual chocolate bars, produced through our Cocoa Life program. Suitable for vegetarians.

  • The legendary Cadbury Flake 99 is now available in this mega pack, to go with all the ice cream you can serve – no cone is complete without it
  • Enjoy this crumbly, flaky Cadbury classic wedged in your ice cream as a delightful chocolate extra, crumbled into another dessert or as a delicious chocolate bar on its own
  • This box is ready for your ice cream van, or to get you, friends and family through a whole summer of ice cream cones; also comes in handy when baking and decorating cakes or other treats
  • Using 100% sustainable cocoa produced as part of our Cocoa Life program supporting farmers, local communities and land in cocoa-growing regions
  • This is a multipack of 144 individual Flake 99 bars, packaged collectively in 6 stacked trays of 24

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TL;DR: 2x flake 99 sized bars =/= 1x standard sized flake.

The flake used in a 99 is 8.25g, a standard size flake is 32g, and the 4 bars multipack being 25.5g. This info makes this deal equivalent to ~37 standard bars, or ~46.6 multipack bars (or ~11.6 multipacks).
Edited by a community support team member, 19 August 2023
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  1. Gav_Shaw's avatar
    As I said, I'm aware I'd suggest that anyone who purchased these the last time for £20+ and were happy with them, may or may not want to consider if it is indeed worth purchasing it £8-£9 cheaper through this deal.
  2. Gav_Shaw's avatar
    7 Uses (Other than Ice Cream) for Cheap shoddy broken flake bars lol (Ok, perhaps 6 )

    Ice Cream Topping: Sprinkle the crumbled Cadbury Flakes over your favorite ice cream flavors for an extra chocolatey and crunchy topping.

    Cake Decoration: Use the crumbled flakes to decorate cakes, cupcakes, or other desserts. Simply sprinkle them on top or press them onto the sides of the frosting for a delicious and visually appealing touch.

    Milkshake or Smoothie Mix-ins: Add the crumbled flakes to your milkshakes or smoothies for a delightful chocolatey twist. Blend them in for added texture and flavor.

    Yogurt or Oatmeal Topping: Sprinkle the crumbled flakes over your yogurt or oatmeal bowls for a sweet chocolate crunch. It will add a decadent element to your breakfast or snack.

    Cookie or Brownie Mix-ins: Incorporate the crumbled Cadbury Flakes into cookie or brownie batter for an extra burst of chocolate and crunch. Fold them into the dough or sprinkle them on top before baking.

    Hot Chocolate Garnish: Top your hot chocolate with a generous amount of crumbled Cadbury Flakes. They will melt slightly and infuse your drink with a rich chocolate flavor.

    Trifle Layer: Layer the crumbled flakes in a trifle dessert between sponge cake, custard, and fruit for a delightful addition of texture and flavor.

    Problem Solved (edited)
    blahblahblah1234's avatar
    Most of the above also work with broken Border Biscuits, or both.
  3. YouAreTheSheeple's avatar
    Since the Americans took over Cadbury, sadly its only been one way......quality has really gone downhill with certain iconic chocolate's in the range.
    deleted2936900's avatar
    Palm oil as a cheap ingredient substitute is a disgrace, and that's both a quality issue but also a climate issue with rain forests being destroyed to make way for this crop (hope I spelt crop correctly )
  4. notoriouschucky's avatar
    backyard's avatar
    Come up with any old fluff to get away from the fact as a kid the cone and flake were 99p
  5. whites_2003's avatar
    It always blows my mind that you can't melt these
    Newbold's avatar
    They melt very easily. It’s just that concentrated sulphuric acid doesn’t sit well in most people’s shopping history.
  6. deleted2936900's avatar
    It's 1.2kg of product, 1.4kg is the packaged weight (not your fault, typical Amazon misinformation, see price per 100gms and the product summary)
    Gav_Shaw's avatar
    Could be, but still cheaper than the previous deal posted on here Not complaining lol, don't care if it get's hot or cold, just came across it and posted it. Hopefully someone can make some use out of them. I mean, who's to say they WILL receive a box full of crumbs? (edited)
  7. whyhellothere's avatar
    anyone tried these for Hot cholcolate in the Hotel Chocolat velvetiser? How does it come out? Being flakey and breaking into bits easily would be a good thing for that (edited)
    Firefly1's avatar
    I have not tried, but would be concerned they are only 25% cocoa/actual chocolate. This is much lower than any of the Hotel Chocolat range for their velvetiser.
  8. dré.'s avatar
  9. Gav_Shaw's avatar
    There's also the option to return the product if they are indeed that bad Just a thought Hassle? maybe, but still... (edited)
    Angeli2's avatar
    You normally can't return food items to Amazon, instead they usually give you a full refund and tell you to give away/dispose of the item, so if they do turn out to be damaged you'll probably get them free
  10. Willy_Wonka's avatar
    Yet again someone is pressing expire but yet this is available!

    Look at other options to buy!
  11. Jaws1973's avatar
    Use a twirl
    deleted2936900's avatar
    That's what she said!
  12. backyard's avatar
    What's the actual price per 100g... Thanks 🤪
    Gav_Shaw's avatar
    102g is £1.50 @ Asda, so £0.37 per 100g

  13. johnnyshuttle's avatar
    Gone downhill now they’re produced in Egypt
    Willy_Wonka's avatar
    Have you got a problem with Egypt?

    You have repeated a few times now.

    I recommend going in to the great Pyramid. It is a bit stuffy & you have to crouch down for about 50 meters or so. But you get to the place Flakes are made they taste great! (edited)
  14. F.W's avatar
    Showing as £23 now
    Willy_Wonka's avatar
    No it is not

    Scroll down to others sellers on the right hand side
  15. explorer999111's avatar
    Received mine - all intact. Came in silver sealed bag NOT individually wrapped
    Willy_Wonka's avatar
    That is not good
  16. donny's avatar
    Very good price - I dont know what quality these are now as they are Made In Egypt now of all places not the UK when we bought them for selling ice cream decades ago.
    Newbold's avatar
    All part of a pyramid selling scheme.
  17. Newbold's avatar
    144 x 8.25g bars - 1.188kg. Not a bad price at £10.37 on S&S if you must have flakes, but still expensive for Cadbury chocolate, particularly given what the Americans have done to it and to these.
    Gav_Shaw's avatar
    That's what I thought. The amount of heat this deal had, when it was last posted, and at the £20 price, left me thinking, why not? So, here it is lol.

    Open the box, inspect the goods (IE shake each packet, to see if it's broke) if they are send them back and get a refund, if not use them in one of the 6 ways I've listed above. If need be, just add a bit of Full Fat Milk, bit of Sugar to taste (if required) and a bit of Vanilla extract, probably experiment with a bit of Cocoa. see what it tastes like. If you're anything like my other half, she'll spend a few hours trying to create some sort of Chocolate Cup Cakes from them lol

    As you say, for £10.37 S&S price, you can't really grumble, especially if the quality of the chocolate is of no real bother to you. (edited)
  18. umirza85's avatar
    Will come with 72 bars and 0.7KG of flake crumble.
  19. tighty's avatar
    10.37 for me on S&S but unsure if it's worth it. Thanks OP
  20. michaeljb's avatar
    Thx, just need 99 litres of ice cream now
    Willy_Wonka's avatar
    Or a Whippy Van
  21. ShaneJosephDonnelly's avatar
    144?? Gross.
  22. ChunkyTheCat's avatar
    Think of the poor sultry woman in the adverts. Imagine her having to eat all of these in that slow sultry fashion in the hot tub. Poor lass!

    Thanks OP. I'm very tempted to buy these. Can't decide. Oh sod it. I've bought them. (edited)
  23. deleted2936900's avatar
    This thread just shows how much the latest generation need everything spoon fed to them if it isn't instantly available with one tap!

    Engage brain before showing ignorance (edited)
    Willy_Wonka's avatar
    Good morning
  24. Greatgamesby's avatar
    Flakes sorted now have to buy a ice cream van 🚐
  25. Jaws1973's avatar
    I get £11.59
    Gav_Shaw's avatar
    Does it not go down further on repeat orders?? I'm just going what someone had mentioned above, but stupidly assumed they did not apply any credit from unused vouchers. Wouldn't have though it was that though.
  26. charltonator's avatar
    Greatest chocolate bar of all time. Condensed milk and chocolate for the win.
    Newbold's avatar
    Like a caramel bar, then, but with the caramel replaced by condensed milk? You might be on to a winner there! 
  27. sw19church's avatar
    How long will they keep? Are they individually wrapped?
    Gav_Shaw's avatar
    Nope, not wrapped, according to past reviews. Would need to transfer them to a Fridge, pretty much when they arrive.
  28. Diogenes007's avatar
    If it's just a quantity of chocolate you're after go to Amazon, search for "Cadbury Dairy Milk Chocolate Gift Bar 300g" and you'll find there are currently 300g bars available for £2.44.

    So 1.2Kg of Cadbury Dairy Milk = £9.76
    GreenHorse's avatar
    ................Plus £19.99 delivery.
  29. hottiehothotter's avatar
    This should be 99 99 flakes for £9.99 right? Someone has missed a trick here!
  30. elbs's avatar
    nice 1 gav
    Gav_Shaw's avatar
  31. supersue's avatar
    Still available at deal price - my bad, sorry
    Willy_Wonka's avatar
    Problem is people press expire when the deal still exists.

    OP has put effort in & deserves the credence without people pressing expire when it is available.

  32. Frank30uk's avatar
    Nice deal Gav mate
    Gav_Shaw's avatar
    Thanks Frank (edited)
  33. Ciarlo2006's avatar
    Why is deal expired, still available.
    Willy_Wonka's avatar
    Because there are some people that don't read the thread
  34. Willy_Wonka's avatar
    Mods need to block people expiring this deal.
    Gav_Shaw's avatar
    Think it may be Auto Expiring? Not sure? At least according to their FAQ the system detects the words Expired, only then a Mod has to manually unexpire the deal if it's not actually expired. I could be wrong with that, but I'm guessing that's what could be happening
  35. Grazz0r's avatar
    Wouldn't bother unless you like literal flakes of chocolate smashed to smithereens!
    Gav_Shaw's avatar
    Getting a bit old now this type of comment
  36. trickybastud's avatar
    I got 99 problems and a flake ain’t one
    Willy_Wonka's avatar
    Fess up
  37. Hermias's avatar
    Expired price is £20+ on other sellers too
    Gav_Shaw's avatar
    Doubt it will do much good, as the Mods have "Locked" it from being expired (due to it being expired numerous times last night, yet was still available). Will need a few others to state the deal is now expired, before it get's any attention from the mods. (At least that's what I'm led to believe, according to their FAQ). (edited)
  38. Rehanachh's avatar
    Mine is showing as £24!
    is this offer not available?
    Gav_Shaw's avatar
    Expired around about 5 hours ago, mods have "Locked" it so that it cannot be "Expired" due to the hassle caused last night lol.
  39. Gav_Shaw's avatar
    Sorted!! Thanks for the Love on this post people Much appreciated
  40. boatyboy's avatar
    How many servings are in this box? Three? four?
    Newbold's avatar
    Just one I’m afraid.
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