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So...which were your favourite Easter eggs?

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Pouffealouffe Sun 16-Apr-17 18:39:17

I had an M&S fruit and nut lattice egg, it looked lovely and tasted good. Perhaps a bit grown up for my tastes though wink. Anyone else want to share their favourites? I do like a Lindt bunny...

228agreenend Sun 16-Apr-17 18:40:37

Had a lovely Tesco Finest mint egg. Delicious.

HistoricalAccount Sun 16-Apr-17 18:42:08

Lindt pink one with the strawberry truffles. DS picked it for himself and luckily chose to share a considerable amount 😀😁

Least fave - white choc sheep from Lidl/Aldi. Tastes of cardboard.

redshoeblueshoe Sun 16-Apr-17 18:52:42

I've got an aldi egg, its in 2 parts, half milk half plain. Its lovely tbusmile

Nunyabusiness Sun 16-Apr-17 19:36:36

I didn't get a single egg hmm

Popped into co-op on the way home and thought I'd treat myself to one but they didn't have any. Woe is me!

Bordersarethebest Mon 17-Apr-17 08:45:02

Sadly I only really like Cadburys chocolate. And the Easter egg chocolate is my favourite.

I say sadly because it doesn't taste like it used to but I still prefer it to other chocolate.

Mama1980 Mon 17-Apr-17 08:47:49

Green and blacks dark chocolate it's lovely smile

KoalaDownUnder Mon 17-Apr-17 08:51:52

Lindt Gold Bunny with hazelnut that I bought myself.

The rest of it was rank.

jammyjay Mon 17-Apr-17 08:53:05

I didn't get any either. But because I am so cheap I waited until after 5pm and bought some reduced Hotel Chocolat Easter eggs online!
In fact, I'll be picking up DP and DS from King's X later and I might pop into little HC shop to see what reduced easter treats they might have! I'll just window shop though!

bugattiveyron Mon 17-Apr-17 08:55:35

I have a green and blacks dark egg with a butterscotch and ginger chocolate bar but I haven't opened it yet, I love dark chocolate but I don't fancy it yet.

Pouffealouffe Mon 17-Apr-17 11:27:42

I may treat myself to a Lindt bunny today, will they be reduced?

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