Medium Easter Eggs 50p - 5 Creme Eggs £1 - Mini Eggs Pouch 421g £2 - Lindt Truffles 200g £2 @ Morrisons
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Medium Easter Eggs 50p - 5 Creme Eggs £1 - Mini Eggs Pouch 421g £2 - Lindt Truffles 200g £2 @ Morrisons

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Too sweet for me. I just like real chocolate. Not Cadbury or Hershey's but real chocolate. Asda smartprice plain chocolate is the best ! 30p for 100g and 50% cocoa solids and no vegetable fat, just cocoa butter. Tesco value has acrylamides in it! Cadbury use vegetable fats. Bourneville isn't proper dark chocolate as it only has 38% cocoa solids and had vegetable fats added.
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Very tempting!,
Yummy yummy soon to be reduced.
Shame there’s no click & collect, my local will be empty come Monday
I'm in Scotland - might try my luck this morning - had planned to pop out for some Easter stuff anyway.
TickleThePickle1st Apr

Shame there’s no click & collect, my local will be empty come Monday


Shops will be closed today, so hopefully there will be some monday
Mmmmmmm I need these, popping in tomorrow...early
Thank you just bought online the lindors
Thanks
£40 min spend though anyone in Leeds fancy going two’s on the order?
I went to Morrisons yesterday and all they had left was a couple of smashed up large eggs
Too sweet for me. I just like real chocolate. Not Cadbury or Hershey's but real chocolate. Asda smartprice plain chocolate is the best ! 30p for 100g and 50% cocoa solids and no vegetable fat, just cocoa butter. Tesco value has acrylamides in it! Cadbury use vegetable fats. Bourneville isn't proper dark chocolate as it only has 38% cocoa solids and had vegetable fats added.
Em230459 m ago

I went to Morrisons yesterday and all they had left was a couple of …I went to Morrisons yesterday and all they had left was a couple of smashed up large eggs


I was in Morrisons this morning (Scotland) and they had one little bashed up Maltese one which scanned at £1 (and should have been 50p according to online prices). For the best though I think!
All sold out online!
Still showing as stock in my area and i was going to order online but decided not to as earliest delivery slot was tomorrow night and wasn't sure if the order would get picked before the store opened by which time everyone would have been in and bought them.
£40 minimum spend, pfffft
Gluttony

Obesity and Type 2 Diabetics off chocolate produced a year ago...

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My local Moggers was cleared of Easter eggs days ago.
My local store had tonnes of eggs but all still full price 30 mins ago
My Morrisons (Redditch) never has anything, Xmas stock, Easter stock etc, the shop is just a laughing stock really!
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Em23047 h, 9 m ago

I went to Morrisons yesterday and all they had left was a couple of …I went to Morrisons yesterday and all they had left was a couple of smashed up large eggs


Should have seen the savages in Small Heath Asda smashing up every easter egg in store, security didn’t bat an eye
Em23048 h, 28 m ago

I went to Morrisons yesterday and all they had left was a couple of …I went to Morrisons yesterday and all they had left was a couple of smashed up large eggs


Trust me some stores have tonnes of eggs left. Glenrothes has literally hundreds.
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cjabingham9 h, 13 m ago

Too sweet for me. I just like real chocolate. Not Cadbury or Hershey's …Too sweet for me. I just like real chocolate. Not Cadbury or Hershey's but real chocolate. Asda smartprice plain chocolate is the best ! 30p for 100g and 50% cocoa solids and no vegetable fat, just cocoa butter. Tesco value has acrylamides in it! Cadbury use vegetable fats. Bourneville isn't proper dark chocolate as it only has 38% cocoa solids and had vegetable fats added.


You certainly know about chocolate.
Ordered lots of Easter eggs online along with other shopping to make up the £40
hass1235 h, 26 m ago

Should have seen the savages in Small Heath Asda smashing up every easter …Should have seen the savages in Small Heath Asda smashing up every easter egg in store, security didn’t bat an eye


That’s Small Heath for you
cjabingham17 h, 52 m ago

Too sweet for me. I just like real chocolate. Not Cadbury or Hershey's …Too sweet for me. I just like real chocolate. Not Cadbury or Hershey's but real chocolate. Asda smartprice plain chocolate is the best ! 30p for 100g and 50% cocoa solids and no vegetable fat, just cocoa butter. Tesco value has acrylamides in it! Cadbury use vegetable fats. Bourneville isn't proper dark chocolate as it only has 38% cocoa solids and had vegetable fats added.


I find cheap chocolate like that good just for melting in cakes. It's too waxy to eat. Cadbury's chocolate might have its dodgy ingredients but it's creamy and milky and that's the appeal.
Asda SmartPrice chocolate isn't any better. And it's not real chocolate lol. It's cheap for a reason.

The milk one has basically no milk and in fact it's sooo waxy and the dark one has 50% of cocoa solids which is anyway for proper dark chocolate.
Dark chocolate needs to have better than 50% to be real dark chocolate. Minimum 70% really. 50% is considered semi sweet.

Asda's dark chocolate has 50% of cocoa solids. The rest is sugar (it's the second ingredient listed in the Asda's dark chocolate). When I think of proper dark chocolate I think of chocolate that's a bit bitter at least.
Milk chocolate well... It needs to be creamy and milky, not waxy like the Asda one is. It only has 14% of milk solids. Cadbury's milk chocolate has 23%. It's called MILK chocolate... remember.
I'd rather eat Cadbury's milk chocolate with vegetable fats than Asda's waxy travesty of milk chocolate.

Hershey's chocolate is made differently. I don't rate it. Cadbury's isn't the best but it's much better than Hershey's chocolate.

If you think Asda's bottom of the range chocolate is real chocolate then you don't know much about it.

One last thing: it's not all about percentages either... Asda's dark chocolate might have more cocoa solids than Bourneville's dark chocolate (I don't consider proper dark chocolate anything less than 70%, mind you) but the latter has most likely better quality beans. There have been compromises made somewhere if Asda's dark chocolate costs only 30p.
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ran123ran7 h, 2 m ago

You certainly know about chocolate.


No he doesn't. Read my post just above.
hearts228 h, 0 m ago

No he doesn't. Read my post just above.


He has an opinion, so do you. Neither of you are right, or wrong, well except you, as you don't see that is just their opinion
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tinazors13 h, 12 m ago

That’s Small Heath for you


Yup, utter cesspit of humanity.
Edited by: "deleted1431257" 2nd Apr
If you want really good chocolate,the dark variety that is, you would do well to go to Aldi or even Lidl as both sell a good selection of both plain and flavoured "real" chocolate at modest prices.
Was instore today and everything was still full price and scanned at full price too.
Not even 1 egg in the Morris whitefield bury
If you have no luck in Morrisons then try Sainsbury's. I think mine on the A127 in Basildon must have over ordered. They have pallet loads which start a little dearer at 62p for a malteaser one. All at half price.
hearts2212 h, 33 m ago

I find cheap chocolate like that good just for melting in cakes. It's too …I find cheap chocolate like that good just for melting in cakes. It's too waxy to eat. Cadbury's chocolate might have its dodgy ingredients but it's creamy and milky and that's the appeal. Asda SmartPrice chocolate isn't any better. And it's not real chocolate lol. It's cheap for a reason. The milk one has basically no milk and in fact it's sooo waxy and the dark one has 50% of cocoa solids which is anyway for proper dark chocolate. Dark chocolate needs to have better than 50% to be real dark chocolate. Minimum 70% really. 50% is considered semi sweet. Asda's dark chocolate has 50% of cocoa solids. The rest is sugar (it's the second ingredient listed in the Asda's dark chocolate). When I think of proper dark chocolate I think of chocolate that's a bit bitter at least. Milk chocolate well... It needs to be creamy and milky, not waxy like the Asda one is. It only has 14% of milk solids. Cadbury's milk chocolate has 23%. It's called MILK chocolate... remember.I'd rather eat Cadbury's milk chocolate with vegetable fats than Asda's waxy travesty of milk chocolate.Hershey's chocolate is made differently. I don't rate it. Cadbury's isn't the best but it's much better than Hershey's chocolate. If you think Asda's bottom of the range chocolate is real chocolate then you don't know much about it.One last thing: it's not all about percentages either... Asda's dark chocolate might have more cocoa solids than Bourneville's dark chocolate (I don't consider proper dark chocolate anything less than 70%, mind you) but the latter has most likely better quality beans. There have been compromises made somewhere if Asda's dark chocolate costs only 30p.


Thanks OP for this great deal.
Also, Hearts22 thanks for this excellent evaluation. For "Waxy travesty": You win the best laugh-out-loud comment on cheap Easter chocs ! Bravo.
Happy Easter & thanks for the outstanding deals AND fun comments to all HUKD'rs. xXx
Thank you OP will get my 29 lindor boxes for the family today at 9.30 pm .
Absolutely nothing in my local Morrisons, not even a trace. It's as if they send them all back day after Easter!
Have in my local but different price than online for instance - medium eggs online 50p but in my store 75p etc, still a bargain though.
hearts222nd Apr

I find cheap chocolate like that good just for melting in cakes. It's too …I find cheap chocolate like that good just for melting in cakes. It's too waxy to eat. Cadbury's chocolate might have its dodgy ingredients but it's creamy and milky and that's the appeal. Asda SmartPrice chocolate isn't any better. And it's not real chocolate lol. It's cheap for a reason. The milk one has basically no milk and in fact it's sooo waxy and the dark one has 50% of cocoa solids which is anyway for proper dark chocolate. Dark chocolate needs to have better than 50% to be real dark chocolate. Minimum 70% really. 50% is considered semi sweet. Asda's dark chocolate has 50% of cocoa solids. The rest is sugar (it's the second ingredient listed in the Asda's dark chocolate). When I think of proper dark chocolate I think of chocolate that's a bit bitter at least. Milk chocolate well... It needs to be creamy and milky, not waxy like the Asda one is. It only has 14% of milk solids. Cadbury's milk chocolate has 23%. It's called MILK chocolate... remember.I'd rather eat Cadbury's milk chocolate with vegetable fats than Asda's waxy travesty of milk chocolate.Hershey's chocolate is made differently. I don't rate it. Cadbury's isn't the best but it's much better than Hershey's chocolate. If you think Asda's bottom of the range chocolate is real chocolate then you don't know much about it.One last thing: it's not all about percentages either... Asda's dark chocolate might have more cocoa solids than Bourneville's dark chocolate (I don't consider proper dark chocolate anything less than 70%, mind you) but the latter has most likely better quality beans. There have been compromises made somewhere if Asda's dark chocolate costs only 30p.


I admit Asda smartprice 50% chocolate is too sweet. Lidl has good 55% choclate for 28p about
nobody has mentioned chocolate willies!
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