You Could Win A Banger With Cadbury

Monday, 15 September 2014

You Could Win A Banger With Cadbury

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We love a competition in this house and love Cadbury chocolate. To celebrate their Win a Banger Competition, we decided to have a competition all of our own thanks to a #CollectiveBias campaign. There is no way that my boys are ever going to turn down a chance to have some chocolate and this party game is a winner. I headed off to Sainsbury's to gather my ingredients. Some squirty cream and Cadbury chocolate. I decided the Cadbury Twirl would work well. If you want to try the game too you will also need a blindfold.

Cadbury Chocolate at Sainsburys

The idea is simple. Make a cream "pie" with the squirty cream and add half a twirl to the middle.

Then blindfold your first competitor. Middle man was keen to have first go. Once blindfolded, a team mate directs them where to go to pick up the chocolate with just their mouth.

Cadbury choclate game

Big man was the winner he just dived in, middle man came a close second.

eating chocolate from cream

Little man was disqualified for refusing to wear the blindfold and then using his fingers.

picking out a twirl from cream

I may have slowed Daddy down a little by pushing the chocolate a bit deeper into the cream.

cream on face

In last place was me! It seem's I have trust issues and was worried that I was going to have my head dunked. (Possibly my own fault by being slightly evil to Daddy.)

playing a chocolate party game


We had lots of fun and it is a great party game. Maybe you could use it if you are planning Halloween party next month. The boys love it as at the end of the day everyone wins, as they get some tasty Cadbury chocolate.

If you love competitions too, with no purchase necessary, why not enter the Cadbury Win a Banger competition. The main prize is to take part in a rally to Barcelona, but there are thousands of other prizes to be won, including some yummy Cadbury chocloate. You could have a go at this game yourself. All you need to do to enter is to be over 18 and fill in your details. The hardest part is answering the question: which is your favourite bar? After a lot of deliberation I chose the Twirl, although I do love a Boost too.

Do you love a competition? Have you got any great ideas for kids party games that you can share?


4 comments:

Eileen Teo said...

That is so fun and great party idea!

Louise Fairweather said...

My kids love it as they get to eat chocolate whether they win or lose!

rebecca beesley said...

love this idea! looks messy but fun x

Louise Fairweather said...

Yep could definitely get messy! You can smell the chocolate as you get closer so that makes it a bit easier.