Sunday, 30 December 2012

Cadbury Instant Hot Chocolate Cups

If there are no clean cups available for your hot chocolate, don't worry, Cadbury’s have just the thing – vending machine style cups for your own home.

Cadbury’s Instant Hot Chocolate is available in ready-to-drink plastic cups. All you have to do is open the pack, twist off the bottom cup, boil some water, let it cool a bit, pour it into the cup, stir and drink.

What could be easier? Each cup has 60 calories.

Cadbury’s Hot Chocolate Instant Cup packs contain 8 individual servings with each cup holding a measured amount of Fairtrade chocolate powder.

Because the cups are quite thin plastic, the water shouldn't be too hot or you won’t be able to hold it (unless you have one of those vending machine cup holders).

The drink itself tastes like Cadbury's Instant Hot chocolate but it's very watery and quite weak. And despite having only 60 calories per cup, this drink is very high in sugar with sugar listed as the first ingredient, so you definitely don't need to add any more. It's also high in salt and saturated fat, so not the healthiest of drinks!
Inside the cup before adding water
After adding water
As I found these drinks in Poundland and they're not on general sale in the larger supermarkets, I think Cadbury's instant hot chocolate in cups are probably best left to the vending machines they were designed for.

Nutrition Information per cup (15g): 60 calories, 1.3g protein, 10.7g carbohydrates, 9.0g sugars, 1.3g fat, 1.0g saturates, 0.4g fibre, 0.3g salt.


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