‘Quick, run’ scream shoppers after spotting limited edition Cadbury Easter eggs on shelves

SHOPPERS are rushing out to buy limited edition mini Cadbury Easter eggs selling exclusively at one retailer.

The Cadbury Oreo white chocolate eggs are on sale at Asda for just £2.25, down from £2.50.

Asda shoppers have spotted Cadbury Oreo Easter eggs in-store


Asda shoppers have spotted Cadbury Oreo Easter eggs in-storeCredit: Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook

The eggs are a twist on the popular Creme Egg flavour except with white instead of milk chocolate.

Asda started stocking the sweet snacks in January, but some shoppers have only started realising they’re on sale.

One posted a photo of the five-pack on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group last night commenting “never seen these before”.

The post has notched up hundreds of likes and comments from foodies keen to snap up some for themselves.

One said “quick! Run! Lol” while another, tagging a friend, added “I need these. Fancy a trip to Asda”.

Meanwhile, a third simply said: “Need these.”

Bear in mind, we spotted the multi-pack on sale on Asda’s website for £2.25, but they might be more expensive in your local branch.

The shopper who posted about the multi-pack on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group said they cost £2.50 at their nearby store.

We have asked Asda how long the limited edition eggs are on sale for and we will update this story when we have heard back.

It’s not the first Cadbury chocolate to have shoppers in a tizz in recent months.

How to find the best bargains at the supermarket

B&M customers were buzzing after spotting a new Cadbury Twirl flavour hit shelves for just 29p earlier this week.

The limited edition mint-flavoured bar normally sells for 75p a pop but was being flogged at the massively discounted rate.

Shoppers were able to pick up four of the bars for £1 too – 25p each.

Cadbury recently launched two new and “indulgent” Dairy Milk flavours in a boost for chocolate lovers too.

Iconic chocolates that have left shop shelves

Cadbury’s Dream Chocolate bar: The popular bar was discontinued in 2002, but was relaunched in 2019 under the new name ‘Cadbury White’.

Mars Delight Bar: Although it proved to be a firm favourite by sweet-toothed fans during its four-year stint in shops starting in 2004, by 2008 it was removed from shelves. Fans still long to see the treat make a return.

Nestlé’s Caramac chocolate bar: The one-of-a-kind bar had been in shops for over six decades, but was discontinued last year due to continual slumps in sales.

Milky Way Crispy Rolls: They were pulled from shelves in 2022, and fans were so distraught by the news that a petition was started to bring them back, which currently has more than 8,500 signatures.

White Maltesers: The white chocolate version of the popular snack had a strong run lasting 11 years, but falling sales saw them discontinued in 2014.

The nutty praline crisp and caramel nut crunch flavours were both unveiled on Monday (March 18).

Cadbury fans were rushing to Amazon’s website over the weekend too to snap up giant boxes of Creme Eggs for just over £21.

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