Cadbury Egg 'n' Spoon

Who doesn't love a treat these days, especially one that the whole family can share together?

This year, Cadbury's Joyville workers have devised a brand new, super-exciting chocolatey treat that the whole family can enjoy together, and just in time for Easter. Introducing Egg 'n' Spoon - a limited edition purple box with four tasty chocolate eggs with a delicious chocolate mousse inside, and two handy spoons for eating them.

With each pack containing four eggs, it's great for sharing. And it's fun to eat too. To tuck in, simply bite off the cracked top of the egg and use the included spoons to enjoy the fluffy chocolate mousse inside.

Coming to you in two delicious flavours - chocolate mousse and milky mousse - there's something for everyone to enjoy.

Your little ones will love the scrumptious Cadbury chocolate, and you can have fun sharing Egg 'n' Spoon, bringing the family together. 

Win! A family ticket to Cadbury World

To celebrate the launch of Cadbury Egg 'n' Spoon, Cadbury are giving one lucky Mumsnetter the chance to win a family ticket to Cadbury World (for two adults and three children).

20 runners up will also get Dairy Milk chocs and a cuddly Gorilla toy (see picture.)

To enter, all you have to do is go on an Easter egg hunt around Mumsnet and find the clues which spell out the mystery word. Make sure you follow this thread for clues - there'll be seven in total, with the last one appearing on Sunday 9 March.

Milky Mousse             Chocolate Mousse

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    This competition closed on 18-03-2013. Mumsnet are the Promoter for the purposes of administering the competition and ensuring that it is compliant with all laws and regulations.  Main prize: family ticket to Cadbury World family ticket (2 adults and 3 children) valid for 18 months. 20 runner up prizes: Dairy Milk Egg and Gorilla includes, 1 x 331g Cadbury Dairy Milk Egg includes three bars of Cadbury Dairy Milk, 1 x Cadbury Gorilla Soft Toy (suitable from 3 months upwards). 

Last updated: 28-Mar-2013 at 9:54 AM