Cadbury denies that it has changed its Easter chocolate recipe

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Aussies have questioned whether Cadbury has changed the recipe for its Easter chocolate range, with people taking to social media to vent their feelings.

Cadbury has defended it’s Easter chocolate range, denying any changes made to the recipes, after a number of customers claimed on various social media platforms that it tasted different.

“We haven’t received feedback directly and can confirm there’s been no change to the recipe,” a spokesperson from Cadbury told news.com.au.

Customers appeared to disagree, with many taking to social media to vent their frustrations after purchasing chocolate bunnies and eggs for friends and family.

TikTok user Ashrhianna was one such person who had a bone to pick over Cadbury’s Easter range, saying she knew she wasn’t the only one complaining about it.

Customers question Cadbury chocolate

“I know everyone is saying Cadbury eggs taste really weird this time, but when we opened up all our Easter bunnies, this is what was all over our chocolate,” she said.

An image of her chocolate showed it was covered in white markings, almost as though the chocolate was discoloured.

“We stored in a normal place. Literally every single bunny we got we had to go and ‘meet up with the Easter bunny’ and replace the chocolate. Does anyone else think it taste weird,” she said.

“We couldn’t work it out.”

Ashrhianna then addressed the chocolate giant, asking “what they were doing”.

Miles also said she had a “bone to pick” with Cadbury over the Cadbury Dairy Milk 24 hunting hollow eggs following the Easter long weekend.

“The little ones still the same, still good. These ones taste like trash. They’ve changed the recipe, or done something to the recipe, and they taste awful,” Miles said.

“They’re not good. They were great last year. This year? Trash, absolute trash. What have you done to these?”

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