Doctors Say We’ve Probably Already Eaten the Easter Eggs We Bought for Others

Easter eggs going on sale in January is one of our many national shames that's being singled out by doctors today, who say the trend for kicking off the Easter buying as early as possible is making us fat. Because the ones we buy in January get eaten during February periods of weakness. And the ones we buy in February are gone by early March. And so on. Read More >>

Ikea’s Made A Flat-Pack Chocolate Bunny for Easter

Well, you can't accuse Ikea of having no sense of humour — the company has fully taken the piss out of itself with its Easter 2019 product: a flat-pack chocolate bunny. Read More >>

A Vegan Cream Egg is Set to be 2019’s Next Alt-Food Smash

This is a cream egg not a Creme Egg before you start, as it has nothing to do with the Cadbury option. It's a hand-injected or hand-slapped together independent cream-filled egg assembled by a family team in Cottingham, East Yorkshire, that is now available to buy online for the first time to satisfy the unmet Easter needs of vegans across the country. Read More >>

Cadbury’s Made A Chocolate Bar Shaped Like A Football Pitch

Have you ever wanted to eat an entire football pitch's worth of chocolate? Well, Cadbury has your back -- sort of. Read More >>

Poundland’s Toblerone Disruptor Twin Peaks Returns in Fruit and Nut Variety

The aisles of your regional Poundlands are literally jammed with pallet loads of Twin Peaks bars at the moment, as the bargain retailer tries to capitalise on last year's amazing popularity of its Toblerone homage by piling them high for Christmas of 2018. And the pressure to trough out is about to get higher for anyone still bravely resisting boarding the Christmas chocolate-for-lunch-and-dinner train already, as a fruit and nut Twin Peaks launches tomorrow. Read More >>

Morrisons Now Sells 3-Minute Nutella, Toblerone & Smarties Mug Cakes

Winter in Britain is always a depressing affair: grey skies, numb toes and even higher energy bills. But if there's one thing that can make anything better, it's cake – especially easy-to-make, hot cake. Which is exactly what Morrisons has just launched. Read More >>

Chocolate Has a New Origin Story

New archaeological evidence suggests humans were cultivating and consuming cacao – the crop from which chocolate is produced – as long as 5,300 years ago, which is 1,500 years earlier than previously thought. What’s more, cacao was initially domesticated in the equatorial regions of South America, and not Central America. Read More >>

There’s a Sushi You Can Have for Pudding Now

Today's weird foodstuff news is brought to you in association with Yo! Sushi, which has decided that what it really needs to appeal to people beyond its usual customer demographic is things that won't be immediately dismissed as containing raw fish. Like, for example, a chocolate type of sushi, that has definitely not got any fish in it whatsoever, and isn't even produced in a factory that also processes fish. It is only chocolate. That'll get them in from the pubs and Burger Kings. Read More >>

Poundland’s Homegrown Toblerone Replacement, Twin Peaks, is Coming Back Next Friday

Last year Poundland finally launched Twin Peaks, a chocolate bar designed to be a cheaper alternative to the Toblerone. It's a bar that has a contentious history, because Toblerone-makers Mondelez sued Poundland claiming the chocolate was a breach of copyright. Mondelez seemingly won that argument, and Poundland agreed it would redesign the chocolate so that it was more like the Wrekin and Ercall hills that supposedly inspired it - and a little bit less like Toberlone's triangles. Read More >>

You May Now Buy an Entire Quality Street Tin Full of Only Coconut Eclairs

OK, look, the reason this is on a so-called tech site is because we seem to be able to write about anything that's vaguely interesting now, and good god, the idea of a Quality Street tin full of only one type of sweet is the most exciting and interesting innovation in home chocolate consumption since the invention of Vice Versas. Read More >>

Cadbury is Giving the Public the Chance to Develop a New Kind of Dairy Milk

I don't know how many different versions of Dairy Milk there are out there. Lots. At least two of them are made with Oreos and another two have nuts in, plus all those other amalgamations that include different Cadbury chocolate bars. Well now the chocolatiers must be out of ideas, because they're asking members of the general public to try and design their own. Read More >>

Oops! A Tippy Truck Spilled Tonnes of Sticky Chocolate All Over the Road

When trucks full of stuff flip, they sometimes spill their contents on the ground. Sometimes it’s money. Sometimes it’s a tonne of Skittles. This time it’s warm, brown goo. Read More >>

White £2k Creme Egg Remains Lost in Distribution Chain

Sorry to go mentioning easter in early May when you're trying to forget chocolate exists in order to fit in your video game t-shirts again, but it's to do with that white Creme Egg promotion. Cadbury says no one ever came forward to claim the £2k prize, so all of those ruined eggs that had their skins peeled back were rifled through in vain. Read More >>

High-End Pink Kit Kat Stinking Up Shelves From April 16

There's a new kind of Kit Kat on the way, and as if that wasn't exciting enough wait until you see what colour it is. We can't even wait until the second paragraph to tell you, it's that exciting -- it's pink. That almost certainly means it's healthy enough to be lunch. Read More >>