Thursday, 19 July 2012

Project Mooreo: The Oreo Filled Milka Bar

It is hard to say no when someone offers to send you free chocolate in the post, really. When I was a kid (and okay, now as an adult when I'm feeling naughty) I loved Milka Chocolate. I used to get great big slabs of it in French supermarkets, and every Easter I used to enjoy their mousse filled chocolate eggs that came in a little purple egg box and you ate with a little spoon. Unfortunately, Milka no longer do those eggs, but something which they have just launched and the team at Cybercandy sent me a slab of, is Milka with an Oreo centre.

While this is a bit sickly and I would not recommend you eat a whole bar by yourself, it is absolutely delicious. I don't like things like milk or hot chocolate, so I always find Oreos a bit dry and I can only manage one or two at once. However, as a chocolate bar filling they are perfect. Do Milka fancy making a version of this bar with mint Oreos too?
While my family and I have rapidly consumed this bar, while I ate I started plotting. I think I want to get my hands on another bar, because while the center is soft if I put it in the fridge for a while I think it would chop up well and make for some pretty amazing chocolate chip cookies.
Serve with the obligatory glass of milk, and if you are suffering from particular chocolate cravings, a big mug of hot chocolate.

What is your favourite type of foreign chocolate or candy bar?


  1. disqus_z8BtFkMcqf19 July 2012 09:29

    They STILL make the Eggs ! : ) Every year I get them in Austria in the run up to Easter. I'm a brit, but they are the best easter eggs ever! have you tried looking online ?

  2. Oooooooh now this looks YUMMY!!!!...I'm off to France very soon and I'd definitely buy this/bring some home for the family...Oreo in a chocolate bar...This is just so right! x

  3. Blimey!

    They sound absolutely delish! xx

  4. I've always been a sucker for American candy. I like the Hershey Cookies and Cream, and I'm nuts for Reese's Cups and Reese's Pieces.

  5. Sirens and Bells19 July 2012 12:31

    I love Milka chocolate, & this looks so good! x
    Sirens and Bells

  6. Oooh this does look good. My favourite type of chocolate would probably be Lindt Lindor, I'm a sucker for that melty centre.

  7. Daniela Patterson19 July 2012 16:03

    Oh yeah, they still make those Easter eggs:) I always find them a bit pricey so I tend to stock up on them in the post-Easter sale, they're yummy! I have to get my hands on this Milka though, it looks delicious...and as I'm an Oreo lover....can't really go wrong there:)

  8. Oh wow, this sounds amazing! I do so love Milka! The first time I heard about it was on a school skiing trip in France and a guy dressed as the Milka cow was handing out free samples *on skis*!! Pretty amazing.

  9. Greatest. Invention. EVER!!

  10. Rachel Ellis20 July 2012 12:37

    yesss i had this on holiday in spain at easter, incredible! i also tried a popping candy one, so good. i wish i'd tried those milka eggs, too! x

  11. oh my god!
    where can i get my hands on one of those?!?!?!?!?!


  12. oreo stuffed chocolate, GENIUS!! I need to get me some xx

  13. I had no idea you could still get them - I am now eternally grateful for the heads up!

  14. This is amazing!! I love Milka and Oreos, I need to try this asap!

  15. oh my god mouthgasm. i need this in my life

  16. Hi! This post couldn't be written any better! Reading through this post reminds me of my good old room mate! He always kept chatting about this. I will forward this post to him. Fairly certain he will have a good read. Many thanks for sharing!

    Feel free to visit my web site: bookmark Service

  17. I am extremely impressed with your writing skills and also with the layout in your weblog.
    Is that this a paid topic or did you modify it your self?
    Either way stay up the nice high quality writing, it is rare to see a nice
    blog like this one these days..

    Look at my web site ... World Of Tanks Hack

  18. You can still buy the creme-filled eggs on amazon, they're sometimes sold as "Lil' scoops" and sometimes as "Milka Löffel Ei"