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Cadbury Easter Creme Egg, 1.2-Ounce Eggs (Pack of 48)

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3.9 out of 5 stars 108 customer reviews
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About the Product
  • The perfect addition to any Easter basket or dining room centerpiece
  • Milk chocolate eggs with a creamy caramel center
  • A delicious twist on the classic favorite
  • Individually wrapped 1.2 ounce eggs
  • Includes 48 Cadbury Easter Crème Egg (1.2-Ounce egg)

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Product Description

Take a walk down memory lane with this fun twist on the original Cadbury Creme Egg: caramel! Biting into creamy milk chocolate filled with caramel you’ll soon find yourself immersed in the experience. Serve up a few of these Easter treats on a platter of colorful Easter grass.

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  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • ASIN: B00473X54O
  • UPC: 034000068524
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (108 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,790 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)

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Delicious fake confectionery egg. I've bought one of these at least every Easter and probably more, They're delicious and horrible for you, everything you could want out of a holiday candy.
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Coming from the UK, the Creme Egg is a standard for Easter and rightly so.
Creme Eggs are probably the best chocolate ever made, it is just a shame the USA version is smaller than the UK ones and made with slightly different ingredients. Still, a smaller Creme Egg is better than no Creme Egg so can't complain, just eat!
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We live in China, and my wife recently went to the States. I asked her to bring back one item - Cadbury Creme Eggs. I enjoyed having these milk chocolate eggs as a kid, and I definitely still have a kid in me. My wife thinks the white and yellow creme filling (poured fondant) in the eggs is too sweet, but I could eat the stuff for breakfast every morning. My only complaint about the eggs is that they are slightly smaller than what they were back in the day.
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My Cadbury Easter Creme Egg arrived yesterday. I couldn't wait. This is one of my all time favorite Easter treats.
Every egg in my box is deformed. Most have gooey leakage around the wrapper (and in the box).
Obviously this box sat someplace warm and they have the gall to re-sell it at a reduced price.
Buyer beware!!! What a rip off. I've been an Amazon Prime member for years and this is the worse product that I have ever purchased. It never should have been sold in this condition at all. This was purchased in the cold snap. We had three inches of snow when this arrived.
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My package arrived damaged, and a number of the eggs inside were crushed, a few badly. Worse though, was that the remaining eggs are nearly all compromised in that the seams don't seem to hold in the sticky filling, and peeling off the foil for most eggs is quite a hassle as the foil is stuck to the eggs with sticky filling, and the foil does not peel off easily. You have to pick the foil off with your fingernails and your fingers get sticky. Having to go wash your hands when you finally get all the little stuck on bits of foil off, before you can eat your egg, is frustrating.

I initially decided I wasn't going to send them back, and started eating them. In retrospect, and having discovered it's not just the visibly bashed eggs that are problematic, I should have returned this shipment for replacement or refund.

In this package size, these eggs should have been a good value, but because of these problems, they are not. I wouldn't get these again for this reason. I guess I'll just look for specials in my local stores around Easter time. I'm eating too much sugar these days anyway so can afford to cut back a bit!
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Cindy G.s comments are spot on.

Box is all oily. Package date is smudged. Each egg is crushed on 3 to 4 sides. Do not even look edible. Also MY 1st disappointed Amazon prime purchase ever.
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so, (account holder's wife here) for Christmas I bought my husband this box of 48 cadbury eggs.
No, I was not trying to give him Diabetes.
I then wrapped the box in about 14 layers of wrapping paper, with 6 layers of tissue paper in between the layers.. just for bulk.
Christmas comes around and he starts opening the paper..and the next layer..and the next layer...by the 3rd layer he's catching on to my plan.. he gets down to the first poof of tissue paper and rips as hard as he can, thinking this will bring him to his hidden prize.. only to find more wrapping paper. by now hes frustrated, but keeps pushing onward..another layer...another layer..he eventually reached the box of Cadbury egggs, and was overjoyed..needless to say this was hilarious to watch...but has probably caused some serious trust issues in our marriage.

10/10 worth it.
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I don't normally complain, but these were a big disappointment. Like the one reviewer said, and the one person who posted an answer to the questions, ..." when I received them, they were a "little" old in taste..." and they were leaky and oily, a few were miss wrapped, like the foil was put on crooked and left candy exposed. The taste really was off, I gave alot of them away, and a few people said they tasted a little off, maybe they got cooked in the heat of the sun sitting on the delivery truck. I have purchase candy and food products from amazon in the past without issue, but now Im a little leery about getting burnt with bad tasting product again.
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