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Old 26 Feb 21, 09:15 AM  
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Easter Eggs - What's your favourite?

My favourite would have to be the traditional Cadburys Creme Egg. I still love to bite the top off and scoop out the fondant with my tongue 😋
Not had one yet, staying strong!

I know some people think they're a waste of money (whoever buys the £20 ones?!) but what do you like? 🥚🥚🥚
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Always been the same for me. Cadburys button egg.
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I used to love Cadbury cream eggs but they just aren't the same anymore. I'd still eat one though.
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I haven't tried them all so can't comment. But I'm doing my best to work through them!

Daughter is old enough now to know if any of hers are missing
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Anything by Lindt or Lindor, expensive tastes lol

(Although any chocolate very welcome!)
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I like them all! My favourite are the ones on reduction

As an aside Asda have loads on offer at 99p
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Any that have been in the fridge. Nothing better than cold Easter egg.
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I used to love Cadbury cream eggs but they just aren't the same anymore. I'd still eat one though.
Me too, it was when they stopped using Dairy Milk for the chocolate, lots of people complained but they wonít change back.
I prefer Cadburys and just like the chocolate, all the fancy brands like Hotel Chocolat donít do it for me.
So a Buttons one would be fine
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I like a creme egg, but I havenít bothered with a proper Easter egg for years.
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Agree that Creme Eggs aren't the same,and obviously a lot smaller!

I also like the better quality makers too but only if reduced.

As a family we like an Easter Egg hunt in the garden if good weather. Using those miniature foil eggs, each person has their own colour. Every year we manage to lose 1 or 2, oops! They then turn up whilst I'm gardening in June 🤣
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