Google+ might be many things (a disappointing competitor to Facebook or an amazing new force in social media, depending on your point of view). But this is the first time it's looked good enough to eat. Cadbury created a chocolate version of its Google + page to celebrate gaining 500,000 followers on the page.
Made using layers of Cadbury Dream and Dairy Milk laid on a base of Dairy Milk bars, the 'page' includes photos of fans, printed out on sugar paper with edible inks. Fans tuned in to see how it was made on a special Google+ hangout, and the process can be watched on a YouTube video.
It's not the first time the brand has said thank you to fans in chocolate - in January, it created a giant chocolate thumbs up to celebrate its one million Facebook fans.