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Any Dairy free chocolate buttons (to buy online)?

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MayfairMummy Thu 17-Dec-15 10:35:15

Looking for dairy free chocolate buttons to try and buy online. Anyone have any idea? Whizzers seem to exist (but can't find them in stock anywhere), any other suggestions? We can handle soy lecithin but not other soy.

Would love to have santa drop off some special chocolates to match big brother's smarties to go in the m&m's dispenser.

am in central london so the big supermarkets are all a bit of a faff to get to (and history says that when i make the trek they are out of stock of what i specifically went for).

TIA

glentherednosedbattleostrich Thu 17-Dec-15 10:37:59

Holland and Barratt do a range of dairy free chocolate. Amazon do lots too

Kelsoooo Thu 17-Dec-15 10:52:46

Tesco.

About. 50p a bag

In their "free from" section

MayfairMummy Sat 19-Dec-15 10:24:18

Thanks, Ladies...

I've just realised that i've been my foreign self here, and buttons mean something else in the UK ... i was meaning a smarties equivalent, so santa can put them in an m&m's machine... whizzers seem to be out of stock everywhere (i'm guessing they're not made anymore); can't find anywhere else :-(

trixymalixy Tue 29-Dec-15 22:31:41

Whizzers have been discontinued for a long time now. Too late now I guess but we use tooty frooties or skittles instead.

MayfairMummy Tue 05-Jan-16 22:35:32

Thanks, Trixy ... i wasn't sure about the whizzers; i'd never seen them before, but they kept coming up as just 'out of stock'.

I normally use skittles, but was hoping to get smartie type things. I've found them in the past as part of a mixed cake topping package in waitrose (in small quantities), but not seen them there since... (and have no use for the other 3/4s of the item)....

trixymalixy Tue 05-Jan-16 22:47:13

Oh, you've just reminded me that Sainsburys have dairy free cake decorations that might be suitable. These are like mini smarties

MayfairMummy Fri 08-Jan-16 13:45:13

That looks just like what i'd found... will have to find a sainsbury's somewhere - mini 'smarties' here we come (thank you!)...

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