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Dairy free mini eggs anyone?

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monkeynuts123 Fri 28-Mar-14 06:56:48

Posting here for traffic, does anyone know where I can get dairy free chocolate mini-eggs for hysterical milk allergic child?

hambis Fri 28-Mar-14 06:59:57

Not sure about mini eggs but I have got some really sweet dairy free chocolate bunnies from Holland and Barrets.
They may have other products??

ballstoit Fri 28-Mar-14 07:01:23

Waitrose had them last year

MrsMook Fri 28-Mar-14 07:03:21

I made cornflake cakes and some eggs out of icing last year. I've never found Easter confectionery thst DS can eat, as dairy free chocolate still contains soya. Anything egg based is out for him too. He's really not compatible with Easter!

monkeynuts123 Fri 28-Mar-14 07:08:36

We can do soya.....

TheNightIsDark Fri 28-Mar-14 07:12:26

I second waitrose.

anastaisia Sat 29-Mar-14 00:27:23

Moo free do Easter eggs and bunny bars. Not mini eggs though. They don't promise no traces of soya, but it's not an ingredient if that is useful to anyone.

anastaisia Sat 29-Mar-14 00:32:02

Should have said 'moo free do dairy free Easter eggs and bunny bars...'

WeAreEternal Sat 29-Mar-14 00:36:20

I bought some in holland and Barrett yesterday.

BethCalavicci Sat 29-Mar-14 01:08:42

As a grown up who's intolerant to milk products but loves chocolate (waaaah) sad
I've become accustomed to what's available and what's not.
I've never yet seen any dairy free chocolate mini eggs (although if anyone knows where there are any I'd love to know)

Holland and Barrett do dairy free chocolate buttons.
The brand Kinnerton's do an egg and milk free Easter egg in most supermarkets.
Green and Blacks dark chocolate Easter egg is usually milk and egg free (ALTHOUGH MAKE SURE YOU CHECK AS NOT ALL ARE)

TillyTellTale Sat 29-Mar-14 01:24:15

out of stock

Do they have to be small? I can find normal size eggs, but the only mini dairy-free ones are out of stock.

TillyTellTale Sat 29-Mar-14 01:31:01

These may contain milk. I expect that's no good, but just sayin' in case his allergy is mild enough.

Good luck!

Waltonswatcher1 Sat 29-Mar-14 07:17:07

Mrs mook
Moo free are doing lovely Easter eggs
We are dairy and soya free but can have moo . The company website says no soya used in their factory but some suppliers do use it in theirs , that's why it's not 100% .
Zebra safari chocolate is soya free though . They do nice animal shapes . Booja booja is soya free to- some of them not all, (check the packet not ocado website as this is often wrong).
We have researched this well as you can see !

Waltonswatcher1 Sat 29-Mar-14 07:18:14

Oh and palmil is ok too for soya and dairy - again some not all.

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