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Wednesday 13th November 2019

Cadbury announces its Christmas cake range, with new caramel nest cakes and two new Mini Roll flavours

We'll take these over mince pies any day of the week!

We've got some good news for cake fans this Christmas – Cadbury has announced its festive cake range!

And, this year, there are a trio of new additions to get your teeth into.

First up is the rather delicious-looking Cadbury Caramel Cakes, which seems to take its inspiration from the brand's Easter Nest Cakes.

Santa's really spoiling us this year with these Cadbury Caramel Cakes (Credit: Cadbury)

Except instead of vanilla-flavoured filling, these ooze caramel.

Inspired by Cadbury's popular Caramel bar, the chocolate sponge is layered with caramel sauce and a caramel-flavoured filled and encased in milk chocolate.

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The cakes – £2 for four – are topped with chocolate curls.

Elsewhere, there are two new Mini Roll flavours hitting the supermarket shelves.

Our festive cakes let people treat themselves and their loved ones across the Christmas period.

Step forward Orange Mini Rolls and Caramel Mini Rolls – both £1.50 for eight.

These Orange Mini Rolls are on the naughty list (Credit: Cadbury)

They feature the same chocolate sponge wrapped in milk chocolate, but instead of vanilla filling, they're made much more indulgent with new caramel and orange-flavoured fillings.

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Cadbury's Mathew Bird said: "With our new additions to the festive line-up, there’s something for everyone."

Cadbury Caramel fans are in for a very happy Christmas with these new Mini Rolls (Credit: Cadbury)

He added: "With multipacks for sharing at social occasions, and smaller, individually wrapped formats for on-the-go consumption, our festive cakes let people treat themselves and their loved ones across the Christmas period."

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