There are so many confectioneries we remember from our childhoods but some we really want to see, and eat, again. Lots of these may have been forgotten entirely while others will always be remembered. Which of these classic chocolate bars\u00a0do you remember? Rowntree\u2019s Toffee & Mallow Eggs Like a Cream Egg but filled with Whipped Mallow and Toffee these were a treat often bestowed upon us by elderly relatives but boy did we love them. Nestle Texan Featuring the classic combo of Chocolate, Toffee and Nougat the Texan is fondly remembered by many as was its catchphrase. Yes it surely was a mighty chew. Cadbury\u2019s Marble At first glance you could be mistaken for thinking it was a Dairy Milk with a marbling of white chocolate but when you bit into it had a smooth Praline centre which was sheer bliss. Cadbury\u2019s Caramel Now we know what you\u2019re thinking\u2026 \u201cBut Retroheadz they were just re-branded as Dairy Milk Caramel\u201d and whilst you are technically correct we still mourn the loss of the original. The chocolate and the caramel changed as did the shape of the pieces. The newer version just didn\u2019t measure up. Rowntree\u2019s \u00a0Cabana Bit of an obscure one but what\u2019s not to love above Coconut, Cherry and Caramel wrapped in milk chocolate? This truly was a coco cabana, get it? Cadbury\u2019s Coconut Boost We all love getting our chops round a Boost right? Well imagine if that boost was filled with Coconut and had a white chocolate coating? Sickly? Most definitely. Awesome? You know it was. Fox\u2019s Echo One we remember for one very good reason, it often turned up in our lunchboxes at school. They came in two varieties Milk & White Chocolate and Mint. Both were great and the fact that they all had a biscuit base really made them special. Cadbury\u2019s Wispa Mint We all love Wispa's but whatever happened to the Mint one? Obviously just a mint flavoured Wispa these were fantastic and would surely be a welcome addition to our shops. Cadbury\u2019s Snow Flake Everyone loves a Flake and a lot of people love white chocolate, what happened when the two combined? The Snow Flake. We loved it despite it being more sickly than your average Christmas movie. Cadbury\u2019s Milk Tray Bar This one registers high on the crazy scale. Featuring ALL of the chocolates from a Milk Tray selection stuffed into a single bar\u2026. Surely that could never work, could it? Rowntree\u2019s Secret The Secret was very much marketed towards women as a \u201clighter\u201d alternative to usual chocolate bars. It had a fluffy centre that was sweet and like marshmallow. We couldn\u2019t resist them when we saw them and it was a real surprise when it vanished. Cadbury\u2019s Old Jamaica If you loved Rum & Raisin then Old Jamaica was the chocolate bar for you. Another one often found at older relatives houses these were a genuine treat, not just as they were more expensive than your standard bars. Cadbury\u2019s Dream The Cadbury\u2019s Dream was just that, essentially a white chocolate Dairy Milk we loved these and would love to see them return. Cadbury\u2019s Fuse We were obsessed with these at school, in fact our schoolbags were often stuffed with Fuse wrappers. This was a chocolate bar you could really get your teeth into as it had fudge, raisins, cereal and nuts in it. Yes indeed this really was the bar that had it all. Which Chocolate Bar do you miss the most? Which one would you love to see out in shops again? Let us know in the comments below. Up Next: The shops we all used to love and hate going to when we were kids that are no longer around.