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Cadbury has unveiled a peanut butter Oreo cookie Dairy Milk to ruin your Lent

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Lent has begun but sod it, call off that chocolate abstinence immediately because God would not want you to miss out on this.

Cadbury has launched the Peanut Butter Oreo Dairy Milk and it looks delicious. If this wasn’t enough (it should be), they’ve also gifted us the Mint Oreo Dairy Milk. Praise be to all involved.

They’re available now at major supermarkets for just £1.49.

Joanna Dias, Brand Manager at Mondelēz International, said in the usual spotaneous, understated manner of a press release: “We are excited to add these two sumptuous new flavours to the classic Cadbury Dairy Milk Oreo, giving chocolate lovers even more ways to enjoy their favourite treat. Tasty and irresistible, the peanut butter variant will appeal to those who love the current peanut butter trend, whilst the delicious mint flavour will no doubt delight those who love a classic combination.”

Yeah you didn’t read that did you, you just want to get one in your mouth ASAP to see for yourselves, and we don’t blame you.

2017 is seemingly a big year for Oreo fans, as Cadbury have been launching cookie-inspired products left, right, and centre.

However, while any Oreo nibble is big news, the biggest – by far – is the new Oreo Creme Egg. That’s right; it’s the same chunky, chocolatey shell we all know and love – only, this time, it’s packed to the brim with Oreo cream and biscuit.

A spokesperson for Cadbury told Metro in an equally off-the-cuff and innovative fashion via the medium of press release: “We are always innovating our product ranges and there are lots of exciting things to come from the Cadbury brand this year and beyond. As part of our Easter range this year we have launched new Cadbury Dairy Milk Egg ‘n’ Spoon Oreo, which will be available alongside our existing Oreo Easter products including the Cadbury Dairy Milk Oreo Shell Egg and the Cadbury Dairy Milk Oreo Easter Egg Sharing Bag.”

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ShortList.com staff writer Dave’s primary passions are pop, prose, punning and power ballads (and alliteration). A lower division football enthusiast and long-suffering cricket fan, he is one of only 110 people followed on Twitter by Chas Hodges from Chas ‘n’ Dave. Follow Dave on Twitter like Chas: @davefawbert

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