4 June 2024

Milkybar Gold Dessert (Morrisons) By @Cinabar

Milkybar Gold Dessert

Today is the day for a midweek dessert. Okay, this is quite a simple one, but I found these Milkybar Gold Desserts and thought I’d give them a try. I have rather enjoyed all the new caramel chocolate flavours that we have had in bars and even in uttons. I find it so sad that Caramac stopped being manufactured at the same time all the other brands were doing so well with caramel chocolate, but I guess they had the market to themselves up until now. 

These new desserts really are quite small, but they are also only 91 calories per pot, so at least that sort of follows. I pulled off the lid and gave the dessert a try. It was nice, but it wasn’t as sweet as I thought it would be. It tasted like milky butterscotch, which was nice. It had about the consistency of a thick custard. This was nice, but it wasn’t overwhelming. I know I have a sweet tooth, so it should be no surprise that I wanted this to be a bit more rich than it was. So this Milkybar Gold Dessert was a pleasant, low-calorie dessert. I'm not sure I found it as exciting as I should have. 

Milkybar Gold Dessert

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