Melbourne suburbs Malvern, Narre Warren, and Croydon are some of the spots Caramilk Hokey Pokey has popped up. Queenslanders have found success with people picking up a block (or several) at servos and IGAs in Ipswich, Surfers Paradise, Parkwood, and Coomera.
While we’re dying to try the new flavour, the price tag has been surprising. Most of those who’ve bought a block said they paid around $7.60 for Caramilk Hokey Pokey, while Caramilk will cost you only half the price.
Meanwhile Happy Days Donuts in Croydon has wasted no time, picking up some of the Caramilk Hokey Pokey blocks and turning it into a new doughnut flavour, which really is the good news Melbourne needs right now.
Now that Caramilk Hokey Pokey has made its way Down Under, we can only hope supermarket giants Woolworths and Coles add it to their inventory.
After years of Caramilk craze, the flavour has become an Aussie staple with many people turning it into an important baking ingredient, coming up with recipes such as the Caramilk No Bake Slice and even Caramilk Donuts! Yum.
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