Cadbury Roses Pots of Joy Strawberry Dream Review

Whilst in Morrisons over the weekend I spotted these new Cadbury Roses Pots of Joy. I couldn't quite believe it - this is the first time Cadbury have used the Strawberry Dream from Roses in a different product! They're described as "A layer of smooth & creamy dessert with melted Cadbury milk chocolate and a layer of Strawberry flavour fondant". The pack contained 2 pots with foil lids.

Peeling the lid off one revealed an upper chocolate layer with a larger amount of strawberry fondant below:

The chocolate layer tasted similar to Dairy Milk Pots of Joy - very creamy and smooth, but perhaps a tad sweeter. The fondant layer had a strong strawberry flavour which replicated the filling from Roses Strawberry Dream very well - meaning it's very sweet! It also reminded me of the Dairy Milk Strawberries & Creme bars from last Summer - slightly yogurty. The combination was very nice and made for a lovely sweet treat, although it was a bit of a sugar rush all at once. The pots are quite small which is probably a good thing in this case!

Overall, these Roses Pots of Joy are a nice limited edition and I'm sure fans of Strawberry Dreams will enjoy them. They're a bit too sweet for me, although I certainly wouldn't say no if offered one again!

RATING: 7 out of 10.

Price: 64p for 2 pots at Morrisons (Special Offer).
Suitable for vegetarians?: No.
Allergy Information: Contains milk, may contain nuts.
Nutrition (per pot): 160 Calories, 7.3g Fat, 21.3g Carbs, 18.9g Sugar.

Have you tried Roses Strawberry Dream Pots of Joy? If so what did you think? 


  1. I have tried all of the range of the Pots of Joy, and I just have to try these. Plus strawberry is my one weakness.

  2. I really enjoyed these, my favourite of the range so far!

  3. cant wait to try these, missed out on a chance to try the crème egg ones as ASDA never had any stock. will try the Morrison's for these.

  4. I liked these strawberry ones better than the hazelnut ones. I like hazelnut but the Hazel Whirl Pots of Joy were disappointing due to their lack of hazelnut flavour.


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