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November 03 2012

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September 18 2012

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Choco muertos skull pops! What self-respecting punk or goth or metalhead could resist?!
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April 04 2012

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Ah, it’s that time again.

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The only thing better than laying eyes on this giant peanut butter egg Easter morning would be seeing a peanut butter hen large enough to hatch it!

This egg is a whopping 6 ounces of chocolate-covered peanut butter and measures in around 4 inches long (the photo above is just about actual size). Differing slightly from it’s more petite cousin the little egg, the big egg’s milk chocolate layer is a substantial 1/4 inch thick as opposed to the small egg’s very thin chocolate coating.

So which one is better? Taste Tester seems to prefer the chocolate to peanut butter ratio of the smaller egg, but I like the larger because I love me some extra chocolate. Also, it might just be because we got a really fresh egg, but I thought the peanut butter filling in the larger egg was creamier. Despite their differences, they’re both good eggs! …

(via The Peanut Butter Egg To End All Peanut Butter Eggs — the chocolate peanut butter gallery)

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It’s like eating eight Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups at once.

You’ve probably seen the Reese’s eggs around Easter—or at least the 1.2-ounce-sized eggs. They’re basically a Reese’s Cup but different because, you know, they’re egg-shaped. But we came across this behemoth of a six-ounce egg and couldn’t resist trying it, especially after so many of you raved about the Reese’s Reester Bunny after our chocolate bunny tasting. …

(via Reese’s Peanut Butter Egg the Size of an Ostrich Egg | Serious Eats: Sweets)

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Reg’lar Reese’s Easter egg on left - massive six-ounce bastard pon de right, Mon

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5th place, £10 to £20 category
Betty’s of Harrogate white chocolate badger Easter egg
Average mark: 2.81/5
180g, £13.95 (£7.75/100g)
“Great badger (but a bit strange),” and despite “a good flavour for white chocolate” this egg was said to “look better than it tastes”. Should you happen to need an Easter gift for a white chocolate-eating badger-lover you’re laughing

(via The best Easter eggs from £10 to £20 - in pictures | Life and style | guardian.co.uk)

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