Product Type: Cadbury Chocolate
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Cadbury Creme Egg
Member Name: lizzz
Cadbury Creme Egg
Date: 01/03/08, updated on 14/09/08 (57 review reads)
Advantages: Delicious chocolate treat
Disadvantages: unhealthy & only available for part of the year
Once Chistmas is just over, no matter if Easter is early or late, the supermarkets, garages, newsagents & sweet shops will have their stocks of Cadbury's Creme Eggs straight on to the shelves. Some people find things like this annoying (also when the selection boxes appear on the shelves before the summer's even over!) and get upset, but not me!
I love these things! Tasty little chocolate eggs, about the size of a normal egg, with a white and yellow (to resembe a normal boiled egg centre) fondant filling.
The continual question that's asked is 'How do you eat yours?', and some people bite off the top and then lick out the filling, others nibble away trying to get an equal amount of 'shell' and filling in each mouthful, and some just throw the whole egg in their mouth in one go!
These are delicious little snacks, you can't have too many or you might end up a bit egg shaped yourself!
They are always readily available (before Easter as mentioned above), in supermarkets, petrol stations or basically any shop that sells confectionery and generally cost around 50p each. You are better buying them in bulk (boxes of 3, 6 or more) to save some money.
You can now buy a Creme Egg Twisted Chocolate bar, which is a creme egg in a chocolate bar format, unsurprisingly! It is available all year round if you need your Creme Egg fix for all 12 months of the year. I've had these and for some reason they don't just taste as good as the regular creme egg, they don't give you the same satisfaction eating them.
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