Chocolate Philadelphia Giveaway
Chocolate Philadelphia Giveaway

Chocolate Philadelphia Giveaway

It seems that the people at Philadelphia Cream Cheese and Cadbury’s Chocolates are constantly coming up with new ways to tempt our taste buds.

The latest treat to hit the market is “Chocolate Philadelphia”, a chocolatey cream cheese dip/spread which can be used for all sorts of quick and delectable desserts.

Chocolate Philadelphia

Chocolate Philadelphia

I know I would like to pair this delicious filling with Brandy Snaps. I would pipe one half of the biscuit with cream and the other half with the creamy Chocolate Philadelphia filling Yum!

Does dessert get any better or easier than that?

Chocolate spread on cookies

Chocolate Philadelphia with Digestive Cookie & Strawberries

The new “Chocolate Philadelphia” became available in Woolworths Supermarkets nationally from Wednesday 13 February, Independent Retailers nationally from Monday 18 February and Coles Supermarkets nationally from Wednesday 6 March.  Chocolate Philadelphia is available in 140g single tubs and 150g pack of four mini-tubs at a RRP of $3.19.

Chocolate Philadelphia Spread

Chocolate Philadelphia Spread

Readers, for your chance to win one of 5 Chocolate Philadelphia Packs, tell me what heavenly dessert creation you would  make with your very own tub of  Chocolate Philadelphia? Would you dip, spread or pipe?

Simply Heaven

Simply Heaven Vol 3

Each of the 5 packs contains:

  • A Simple Heaven Chocolate cookbook
  • A supermarket gift card to the value of $6.40 – enough to purchase two tubs or two mini packs

Valued at $41.40 each.

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Competition is open to all Australian residents.  The winner will be drawn on Monday 4th March 2013 and announced on facebook and on Gourmet Getaways.

This is not a paid sponsored post. Gourmet Getaways has not received any compensation for participating in this giveaway. Any opinions expressed in this article are my honest and considered personal opinion.

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  1. This looks delicious I think I would just need a spoon and eat it straight from the tub. I must admit I’m not the best when it comes to dessert, but I’m pretty sure this could go in a puff pastry type dessert with some custard for the Hubby.

  2. Ohhh I love this chocolate philly I’ve used it before on cupcakes and they turned out perfectly!!!! 😀

  3. I’d pipe the Chocolate Philadelphia onto a pavlova and add raspberries, strawberries and blueberries. Yum!

  4. CREAM PUFF WILL BE DO YUMMY IF U MIX THE CREAM FILLING WITH CHOCOLATE PHILADELPHIA or JUST SUBSTITUTE THE CREAM FILLING WITH CHOCOLATE PHILADELPHIA…. hemmm.. hemmm so yummy ^_^

  5. I’ do all 3! But, if I have to choose, the Philadelphia Cadbury Chocolate would be perfect for piping on a banana cake.

    P.s. Your Brandy Snaps sound intriguing.

  6. What will they come up with next?! I think I’d struggle not to eat this straight out of the container 😛

  7. Oh my…….everything!

  8. I think the thing to have is some fruit. I’m thinking pound cake squares with the spread topped with strawberries.

  9. Regardless of what I am doing, I would definitely spread and very generously too. If I was baking though, I reckon I would first spread on a layer and then fix some with some mashed up frozen berries and then pipe it right on top heh heh heh

  10. I would use it to make a beautiful chocolate pencan nut pie, and I would pipe my Mum’s name on the top with the Chocolate Philly for her birthday!

  11. Yummm….. My kids and i would mor than likley make bananna pancakes topped with chocolate philly and fresh strawberrys!!! 🙂

  12. I think I’d keep it simple and dip strawberries, bananas and marshmallows in it though I may try and coax my sister into making something more extravagant.
    I like your page on FB as Benjamin Travia and I tweeted it @travodo88.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  13. Love to use it with seasonal fruits!

  14. Definately some gorgeous little chocolate tarts with honeycomb crumble topping

  15. Such a yummy new product! And you’ve made such a beautiful, simple treat which showcases it perfectly!!!

  16. I am not participating in giveaway, but it sure looks good. I’ve never seen chocolate cream cheese spread. I have to look for that.

  17. This chocolat philedephia we have also in Germany and the Netherlands, and I think this is one of the most amazing combinations !

  18. Aaah, this stuff is dangerous! We don’t have the Cadbury Philadelphia in France but they make a version with Milka (it’s a Swiss (or maybe German?) chocolate which is equally wonderful. I kept going to the refrigerator and sneaking spoonfuls because it’s like eating some rich chocolate mousse!

  19. OMG! Seriously? Chocolate philly???? I am so glad I didn’t discover this earlier as I would not fit into my wedding dress next week!

  20. Jenny Andersen :

    I would get the mini vol au vent cases or mini tarts and put a slice of banana then the chocolate Philly and a blob of whipped cream or vanilla ice cream.

  21. Chocolate Philly how great, it will make hosting a high tea so much easier. Could you imagine brandy snaps with chocolate Philly in the middle and cream on each end . What a nice surprise. Meringue kisses joined with chocolate Philly. Orange tartlets topped with chocolate Philly and greated orange rind. Small pikelets spread with chocolate Philly and topped with different fruits and berries. Petits fours decorated with chocolate Philly. The list could go on and all so easy with Chocolate Philly.

  22. I think I would make a chocolate cheesecake covered in whipped cream with strawberries on the side. Amazing how I haven’t seen this in the supermarkets especially as I’m in the shops EVERY SINGLE DAY xx

  23. I’d pipe it onto some of the most decadent chocolate and hazelnut tarts.
    I give up chocolate every year for Lent in the lead up to Easter; that’s 40 days chocolate free!!!
    Anything chocolate flavoured is also off the list, ie. chocolate milkshakes, ice-creams, hot chocolate, even Nutella!
    It’s a huge sacrifice for me, so I’d definitely make some chocolate and hazlenut tarts to eat on Easter Sunday!!!!

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