Product Type: Cadbury Chocolate
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How do you eat yours?
Cadbury Creme Egg
Member Name: Knopfler
Cadbury Creme Egg
Disadvantages: too small!
Well, how do you eat yours?! I'm sure most readers will have eaten a Creme Egg.
For those that have not, it's basically a thick egg of delicious Cadburys chocolate containing a filling of white and yellow fondant. It comes packaged in a foil wrapper and can be sold on its own for about 40-50p and egg or in multi-packs at a cheaper price per egg.
The old Creme Egg used to surface every year about Easter time and then disappear soon after until the next year. However, these days you can pick one up at almost any time of the year.
The advertising slogan 'How do you eat yours?' came about as each person has a different method of eating them. I like to bite the top off, then use my tounge to scoop the filling into my mouth as I love the feeling of it sliding down my throat. But there are many different methods.
These chocolate eggs should be seen as a treat, and you certainly wouldn't want to be tucking away a few of them if you were watching your weight!
The Cadburys eggs are enjoyed the world over and are available in many countries from Aldershot to Adelaide.
A top treat, at any time of year.
Summary: One for Easter
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