Product Type: Cadbury Chocolate
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Cadbury Creme Egg
Member Name: laurasavon
Cadbury Creme Egg
Date: 11/04/10, updated on 30/01/11 (53 review reads)
Advantages: Small chocolate snack
Disadvantages: Sugar content
The Creme Egg is a chocolate egg made by Cadbury. It is re-created in the shape of an egg, with the milk choclate being the outer egg and a creamy white filling and a little yellow filling to re-create the yolk.
The creme egg isn't available all year round, it is generally available from December / January to May / June, depending when Easter falls each year.
The creme egg retails for around 40p to 50p before Easter; however, they are greatly reduced in price after Easter. I had a pack of 12 from Asda for just £1 now Easter has passed for another year.
As you can see from the nutritional information above the creme egg's aren't healthy and aren't good for your teeth given the sugary filling.
I do love to eat creme egg's though because they are small (egg sized) amounts of chocloate which are nice to snack on, although depending how you eat yours they can get a little messy!
As they are a traditional symbol for Easter I have to say I love them - being as I am a chocoholic. If you don't like anything too sickly then this isn't for you but if your like me and love chocolate then what are you waiting for?
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