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Cadbury Festive Range – The Perfect Stocking Fillers #ACadburyChristmas {+ GIVEAWAY}

How did we get to the end of October already? Where has this year gone? Do you realize that Christmas is only 60 days away? ARE YOU PANICKING??!!! Oh, neither am I… At least I have my stocking fillers sorted thanks to Cadbury’s new Festive range.

We are big on traditions in our family – especially when it comes to Christmas. There are very few things as beautiful and sentimental than waking up at the crack of dawn to the pitter-patter of my children’s feet. Listening to their hushed whispers as they run down the hallway – eager to discover what Santa left underneath our big Christmas tree and the oversized red socks bursting with their favorite mini treats. On Christmas morning we always start with the stockings, gifts usually need to wait until the rest of the family arrives. This often means that the kids have sweets before breakfast. It is a special day – and it’s the little things that count, after all.

Just like our Christmas family traditions, another long-standing tradition in our home has been the Cadbury brand over the years. No other make of chocolate was ever good enough to grace our treats cupboard. I remember Cadbury goodies being dished out as rewards from a very young age – and if I can travel back in time I’d buy all the Holey Moley’s and bring them to 2018 with me! Do you remember those? They were my absolute favorite…

There is just something about the Cadbury recipe that makes it special… makes it perfect. I love them even more after having the opportunity to visit the Mondelez factory in PE earlier this year. Cadbury has finally launched their much anticipated festive range – and it does not disappoint! There is no better way to spread the joy than adding some of these goodies to your Christmas stockings – they really do make for the best stocking fillers.

Cadbury Festive Range - Caffeine and Fairydust

The range includes two of the much loved, delicious and back by popular demand treats; the Whispers Snowballs (Cadbury Dream coated, malted honeycomb bites), and the Cadbury Dairy Milk Festive Whisper slab. There’s more – the introduction of an all-new and exciting set of four delightful Christmas Baubles.

Cadbury Whispers Snowballs - Caffeine and Fairydust

Cadbury Whispers Slab

 

The baubles are filled with treat size chocolates, each with a different Cadbury favorite; Cadbury Dairy Milk, Cadbury Flake, Cadbury Top Deck, and Cadbury Dairy Milk Bubbly.

 

Cadbury Festive Range

COMPETITION!

Win A Cadbury Festive Range Hamper containing…

  • 1x Cadbury Whispers slab
  • 1x Whispers Snowballs
  • 2x Cadbury Baubles – with 7x treat size (either, Flake, Bubbly, Cadbury Dairy Milk and Top Deck) inside each Bauble
  • 1x small Christmas Tree

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73 thoughts on “Cadbury Festive Range – The Perfect Stocking Fillers #ACadburyChristmas {+ GIVEAWAY}

  1. Roanne Lalsab says:

    My favourite Christmas memory is that of when hubby and I spent as newlyweds when we lived in England for a while. It was good to experience a White Christmas, whilst familiarizing ourselves with our new surroundings.

  2. Cheree van der Sandt says:

    Wow Cadbury has really stepped up this year. I want to buy them all. Only problem is not eating the stocking stuffers before Christmas. #ACadburyChristmas my favourite Christmas memory is having the whole extended family together.

  3. cherise hansen says:

    #ACadburyChristmas – I have always loved Christmas- we would have snacks and all sorts of goodies Christmas eve, then us kids would do a nativity play when we were older, sang carols and at 12 opened our gifts. Definitely the best time of the year

  4. Samantha says:

    My favourite memories are Christmas with my mom, all the feasts decked out on the table and all the gifts under the tree, this year Christmas will be our first year without her and I will try my best to make it as memorable for kids as possible ❤️

  5. thea lennox says:

    #ACadburyChristmas. Realizing that i was all along that my dad is father christmas. His beard fell off and i will never forgot that christmas

  6. Carolyn Augustus says:

    Mine is of the time I asked my brother to knock at the door and drop my little girl’s gift from Santa at the door. The look on her face was priceless and something I’ll treasure always. #ACadburyChristmas

  7. Theshnee Reddy says:

    #ACadburyChristmas

    My best Christmas memory has to be last year.. When I celebrated it with both my baby boys.. I tested positive for pcos years ago and was told I would not be able to conceive.. But luck was on my side and I conceived twice ❤️

  8. melissa cook says:

    Huge festive lunches at my grans house when we were little. she was italian and the table was laden with the most delish food. sadly most of those that dined there are no longer with us – #ACadburyChristmas

  9. chastin dreyer says:

    I am a bit of a scrooge at xmas time to be quite honest but I do love baking cookies with my kiddos and the anticipation every year, leaving snowy footprints and receiving letters for them from Santa in the post I love seeing their excitement

  10. cupcake says:

    Best memory was xmas’s at the lighthouse my grandparents, there was a massive yard and they would setup a “landing space” for Santa and the reindeer. That evening they would take back most of the carrots and break the others so they look eaten, kick over one of the buckets of water and empty the other one and the “best part” of course is that, in case you didn’t know, reindeer poop chocolate covered raisins 😉
    #ACadburyChristmas

  11. Lisa Forsythe says:

    My favourite Christmas memory is from last year where my 3 year old finally understood the concept of father Christmas (previously she didn’t really understand) and she came running into our bedroom and said MOMMY DADDY there are billions of presents all for me! Christmas is absolutely magical now that we have kids in the house – advent calenders, elf on the shelf, stockings, prezzies, mince pies, trees – you name it we do it!! #ACadburyChristmas

  12. Janel Sunderlall says:

    #ACadburyChristmas
    My favorite memory is waking up on christmas morning to the aroma of freshly cooked food and Turkey roasting in the oven. The gifts under the tree were a sight for sore eyes. Going to church and coming home to indulge in the meal that had been prepared and just spending time with family. These are memories i will treasure

  13. Julie Jones says:

    One of my favourite Christmas memories is that my father’s work used to host an annual Christmas party for all the employees’ children, and Father Christmas would of course make an appearance. One year he arrived in a helicopter! It was just a really magical experience for all of us, and they went to such lengths to make it special for us – just wonderful. #ACadburyChristmas

  14. Candice Vincent says:

    My favourite Christmas memory is having Christmas with everyone in the family… all coming together at my parents house… Christmas eve with my cousins and my brother staying up late to see Father Christmas… waking up early and spending the day with all the family… just being happy and being together… it was awesome… #ACadburyChristmas

  15. Janine says:

    My mom always enjoyed telling the story of how I ate all the chocolate decorations off the tree as a toddler early one morning before anyone else woke up. When my daughter was around the same age we bought a chocolate advent calendar for her and her older brother. It was so funny to find the one morning that she had decided that one tiny little chocolate was simply not enough and had polished off the whole calendar. Her older brother promptly took his into his bedroom to hide!! 🤣❤️

  16. Leandra says:

    All I can say is WOW, I absolutely love Christmas and this is an awesome spoil. Holding thumbs and thanks for this “lekker” giveaway

  17. Jaclyn says:

    My favourite memory is making Christmas gingerbread biscuits with my mom, icing them, packing them and giving them to all our friends and family.

  18. Carla says:

    My favourite Christmas memory is the first Christmas i spent as a mom. I realised how exciting Christmas is again once you can share the joy of Christmas with your child/ren! #ACadburyChristmas

  19. Adele says:

    #ACadburyChristmas – Christmas is my favourite time of the year! Some of my best childhood memories!! My favourite has to be when we packed the car to the brim and drove to visit my grandparents in Botswana, my sisters and I would all sleep in the same room… we had a rule no presents before breakfast, but we were allowed our stockings… i would wake my sisters up just after midnight when i noticed the stockings were at the bottom of our beds and make them open everything!! Haha, the next morning we would have a proper look at what we got 😉

  20. Nicole Naicker says:

    #ACadburyChristmas My favourite memories are when my dad was around and we used to pull the Christmas crackers together ,I was always scared of it ,we used to have an amazing spread with delicious food , love this amazing prize

  21. Eve says:

    #ACadburyChristmas my favourite memory was when we were younger for the Christmas holidays we’d stay on the train for a while day and night to joburg to visit family for Christmas..and we’d open presents and sing songs. Then we’d do the exciting train trip back to durban when holidays were done. Will never forget it. My mom worked for Transnet/Spoornet. Was so fun ♡

  22. Eve Mackay says:

    #ACadburyChristmas my favourite memory was when we were younger for the Christmas holidays we’d stay on the train for a while day and night to joburg to visit family for Christmas..and we’d open presents and sing songs. Then we’d do the exciting train trip back to durban when holidays were done. Will never forget it. My mom worked for Transnet/Spoornet. Was so fun ♡

  23. Zinnia Engelke says:

    My fave childhood Christmas experience would be the whole family getting together,kids making a Christmas bed in front of the telly watching Christmas movies and literally forcing ourselves to sleep so Santa could arrive sooner hahaha.

  24. stephanie says:

    #ACadburyChristmas My all time favorite memory visiting my Grandmother in the UK waking up on Christmas morning to a white Christmas and all the family surrounding the fire place opening gifts

  25. Chris Naicker says:

    #ACadburyChristmas My memories are when we used to decorate our Christmas tree and enjoy watching the lights flicking off and on,it was such a cheerful festive time when family gets together and enjoy the spirit of LOVE,sharing and giving

  26. lauren says:

    #ACadburyChristmas My favourite Christmas memory is listening to christmas carols on the radio.Every time I hear “Jingle Bell Rock,” ,I imagine myself as a child sitting in the car on the way home from my aunt’s on Christmas night. I also remember listening to these tunes as we drove around the city looking at all the beautifully decorated houses. To this day, I still love driving around to look at Christmas lights.

  27. Dhesh says:

    My favourite Christmas memories is of the lovely Christmas lunch my mum used to prepare. I try to follow her recipes but she had a special touch when it came to cooking. #ACadburyChristmas

  28. Parbashni Soobramoney says:

    #ACadburyChristmas favourite memorie has to be when we go shopping at a Pick n Pay hypermarket store Christmas chocolates galore so difficult to choose but I stick to original Cadbury’s slabs

  29. Parbashni Soobramoney says:

    #ACadburyChristmas favourite memorie has to be going shopping at a hypermarket store seen a wide variety of chocolates to choose from wish I could have it all but I stick to the original Cadbury’s slabs

  30. Linda Laing says:

    #ACadburyChristmas My favourite memory is of Xmas eve with all the family in the kitchen, the smells of gamon and spices in the air….laughter and nibbled of delicious morsels at 2am….

  31. Ana says:

    Every Christmas is my favourite, when I see the Christmas stuff starting to get shelved at the store I look like Fräulein Maria up on those mountains bursting with song(a BoneyM Christmas song lol).

    People are happier this time of the year, people are nicer this time of the year.I love everything about it, planning Christmas gifts to Charity drop offs (and for my big family that’s a ceo type mission to accomplish and execute), planning the menu and the children’s daily advent adventures before the big day.
    I love it I love it I love it
    #ACadburyChristmas

  32. Chantel says:

    My favourite Christmas memory was my dad always asking my mom to make her homemade ice cream and special salads and puddings.
    He would start begging her to make it from end of October already haha.
    He passed away this year so this is the first Christmas that he isn’t asking for it, but I know he’s up there watching over us.

  33. Jadie Jones says:

    My best Christmas memory is from when I was 5 years old and I so believed that an aeroplane flying over our house on Christmas eve was Santa and his reindeer 🤣 #ACadburyChristmas

  34. Sharleen says:

    My best was hiring a Santa and 2 fairies to drop off gifts for my daughter and her cousins….her face when they arrived was something I will never forget.

  35. Yolande Murphy says:

    My best Christmas memory was when all my cousins came to visit and we had a full house of family #ACadburyChristmas.

  36. Anthea Williams says:

    My favourite memory has to be when I was 11 years old, all the family from my Moms side gathered at my uncles house for Christmas.
    All the cousins did a play for the adults, it’s one of my fondest memories cause I was the one who organised the whole play. And I was the type of child who just blended in the background.
    But that day it was my time to shine.

  37. Anthea Williams says:

    My favourite memory has to be when I was 11 years old, all the family from my Moms side gathered at my uncles house for Christmas.
    All the cousins did a play for the adults, it’s one of my fondest memories cause I was the one who organised the whole play. And I was the type of child who just blended in the background.
    But that day it was my time to shine. #ACadburyChristmas

  38. Simóne Human says:

    Christmas definitely isn’t complete without Cadbury in our family! So looking forward to this Christmas with my hubster, 2-year-old and newborn sons.

  39. Theresa says:

    My favorite memory of Christmas was celebrating with my mum & siblings, sadly we last had a Christmas like 20years ago. But I’m building new memories with my 4 amazing children.

  40. Nosipho Sombane says:

    Last Christmas was my favourite one. We didn’t celebrate Christmas when I was a child and only started celebrating when my 4 year old was born. She really got into the Christmas spirit last year and we had a blast making new traditions #ACadburyChristmas

  41. Chané says:

    This looks amazing. Would definitely be a treat for my little cousin who it with us over Christmas… Looks yummy ⛄❄🎄

  42. Caryn Felix says:

    I am a Christmas’cholic and last year as my baby shower we had a Christmas theme and it was even better than Christmas

  43. Nicole says:

    My favourite Christmas memory was when I recognised my mom’s handwriting on the Christmas presents and realized she had been posing as Father Christmas! Lol.
    There is nothing like Cadbury stocking fillers! Holding thumbs 👍🏻
    #ACadburyChristmas

  44. Felicity says:

    First I have to say #BringBackHoleyMoleys!!!
    I loved them. One on each finger 🙂

    We love Christmas in our house. My boys are counting down the days until Jika the elf arrives.
    I love the delicious Christmas lunch (mostly made by my Momma 😛 cos Momma makes the best roasts) followed by the buffet of desserts (where stretchy pants) . My favourite memories are the ones where my kids faces light up after they unwrap that one ultimate gift they requested. I know it’s not just about gifts but I love spreading the joy…just like Cadburys mmm.

    So about that purple packet. …

  45. Felicity says:

    First I have to say #BringBackHoleyMoleys!!!
    I loved them. One on each finger 🙂

    We love Christmas in our house. My boys are counting down the days until Jika the elf arrives.
    I love the delicious Christmas lunch (mostly made by my Momma 😛 cos Momma makes the best roasts) followed by the buffet of desserts (where stretchy pants) . My favourite memories are the ones where my kids faces light up after they unwrap that one ultimate gift they requested. I know it’s not just about gifts but I love spreading the joy…just like Cadburys mmm.

    So about that purple packet. …

    #ACadburyChristmas

  46. Nicia M says:

    My two favorite C’s
    Christmas and CHOCOLATE 😍😀😍😀😍😀🌹🎉🌹🎉
    This would be one amazing Prize to win. Especially because we dont have a Christmas tree and this would be our little one’s first chirstmas 😀

  47. Suzette Viviers says:

    #ACadburyChristmas My favourite Christmas memory is decorating the Christmas Tree 🎄 at my mom’s house with my two daughters. With lovely Christmas music playing and my mom sitting in her chair watching us as she was not able to help due to health problems, but her face was beaming.

  48. Brigitta Nel says:

    My favourite memory is my daughter’s first Christmas. It brought back all the memories from my childhood. Santa, the elves, cookies and presents in her stocking. Even though she’s 10 now, it’s still the most wonderful time of year ❤️ Your never too old to believe and carry the Christmas spirit with you

  49. Depashni Marie says:

    #ACadburyChristmas

    My favorite memory is when I was young,my dad brought home a real Christmas tree…what fun it was decorating it. The scent of it will always bring back great memories especially of my late dad.

  50. Colette Van Rensburg says:

    My favourite Christmas memory is spending Christmas Eve with my grandparents, they always made a big event of Christmas Eve

  51. Brenda Fernandes says:

    Did I hear something about chocolate
    And it’s #Cadburys …my star sign …my blood group …my passion ..my gemstone..I might share…emphasis on might

  52. Justine Burgess says:

    My favourite Christmas Memory was my son’s first Christmas! I waited so long to have my one and only little man, and he was 6 months old. It was really special being a Mommy at last, and I bought him so many Christmas gifts that Christmas even though he couldn’t even open up one of them! Cadbury is our favourite favourite chocolate! #ACadburyChristmas

  53. Losh Don Kisten says:

    We start a week before with a countdown to Christmas paper chain. Take a ring off the chain each day, up until xmas day, watch xmas movies, we love it , the cheesy ones too, set up a “movie theatre ” on xas eve complete with popcorn , slush and hot chocolate topped with marshmallows ..Christmas for us is about making special family traditions and memories.

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