Cadbury's vegan milkshakes are bringing all the boys - and everyone else - to the yard. The international chocolate brand just launched its first-ever powdered milkshake, and it\u2019s vegan. Called Choc\u2019Shake, the powdered chocolate is designed to be mixed with cold milk. Since the powder contains no animal products, using plant-based milk will give Cadbury fans a chilled, all-vegan milkshake. Choc\u2019Shake \u2013 which is \u201cperfect for at-home family moments,\u201d according to Cadbury - was created to cater to demand. Paul Smith, the senior brand manager for hot chocolate and refreshing beverages at Cadbury, said in a statement,\u00a0\u201cSeventy-five per cent of the population either currently uses, or is keen to use, chocolate powder with cold milk.\u201d https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/p\/BvcteZ2nKtm\/ Cadbury Vegan Food The second-largest confectionery brand in the world isn\u2019t known for its vegan offerings, traditionally paving its way in the food industry with dairy milk chocolate. However, as more people seek out animal-free versions of the snacks they love, the candy giant is working to keep up. Cadbury recently launched share bags of buttons made with Bournville dark chocolate. Bournville chocolate, usually sold in bars, is made with a vegan, milk-free recipe.\u00a0 Cadbury\u2019s Freddo hot chocolate is also free from animal products, passing on milk and whey which commonly appears in hot chocolate powders. Technically not under the Cadbury brand but still in the family, James Cadbury, the great-great-great grandson of Cadbury\u2019s founder, formed a chocolate company of his own, Love Cocoa. The UK-based chocolatier launched a vegan chocolate bar featuring avocado. \u201cGrowing up a Cadbury, I\u2019ve always loved chocolate and experimenting in the kitchen,\u201d Cadbury told the Independent. \u201cAnd like the millions on Instagram, I\u2019m also an avocado fan, so I thought why not mix two of the most loved flavours and foods together \u2013 and that\u2019s how the avocado chocolate bar was born,\u201d he explained. Vegan Milkshakes Vegan milkshakes are becoming more popular.\u00a0Last year, Swedish hamburger chain Max Burgers announced plans to replace all of its dairy milkshakes with vegan versions. In the UK, burger chain Byron sells a range of vegan milkshakes, including the UK high street\u2019s first ever vegan \u201cfreakshake.\u201d And a dessert shop in New York is whipping up \u201cover-the-top\u201d vegan milkshakes filled with cake.