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Cadbury's Egg 'n' Spoon are back!

Cadbury's Egg ‘n’ Spoon cracked Irish hearts last year when the delicious little eggs sold out so quickly that they were all gone by Easter. But fear not choc-a-holics the time for searching is over, because the Egg ‘n’ Spoon is back.

The delicious Egg ‘n’ Spoon comes in traditional egg carton (but purple!) housing four individually wrapped and scrumptious chocolate eggs filled with a light and fluffy mousse, as well as some miniature purple spoons.

It also comes in two flavours - milky mousse and chocolate mousse.  The eggs can be cracked just like a real egg, so the mousse can be spooned out and delicately eaten, or inhaled, before polishing off the creamy chocolate egg.

 So you want your own Egg ‘n’ Spoon right now you say? Well race as fast as your legs can carry you because you’re not alone. Demand for the Egg ‘n’ Spoon is so high, that who knows how long it will last this year….

 To help you in your quest, the Cadbury Facebook page and Twitter profile will provide regular news bulletins on the availability of Egg ‘n’ Spoon before it’s too late. 

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