The latest edition to Cadbury's popular Caramilk range is in the baking aisle in the form of baking chips.

Caramilk launched in 2019 for a limited time but was so popular the confectioner brought the line back. The  caramelised white chocolate has had a number of line extensions, including the Twirl chocolate bar and in cream cheese.

Cadbury senior marketing director Paul Chatfield said Caramilk fans have already been creative with the chocolate. “We’ve been amazed at some of the mind-boggling baked goods by fans. We can’t wait to see all the fantastic recipes they will create now there is Caramilk in a baking-ready format.,” Chatfield said. 

The formulation for baking has been crafted to ensure it retains its smooth creamy texture.

It will be available in supermarkets for RRP $6.00.

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