Please note – due to limited supplies and not going into shops now to lower risk of catching Corona Virus, some toppings may look different – We do not have any mini easter eggs to use on the top now, so we will add extra mint toppings and have run out of mint thins, will add mint crisps in place, and aero balls will replace the mint aero eggs, so still very minty, but will not look exactly the same.
UPDATED: 8th April 2020 – We are now working to 10 working day turnaround – being Monday to Thursdays, excluding bank holidays
Description: 1 x flat egg topped with lindt mint mini eggs, aero balls, mint munchies, mint thins, aero bar, sprinkles.
Weight: approx 185 – 200g in total
Ingredients: Sugar, Cocoa Mass, Cocoa Butter, Whole And Skimmed Milk Powder, Emulsifier (Soya And Sunflower Lethicin), Vegetable Fats (Palm, Shea, Sal, Illipe, Kokum Gurgi, Mango Kernel, Sunflower), Lactose And Proteins From Whey (From Milk), Whey Powder (From Milk), Dried Whole Milk, Skimmed Milk Powder, Cocoa Butter, Butterfat (From Milk), Natural Flavourings, Glucose Syrup, Invert Sugar Syrup, , Sweetened Condensed Skimmed Milk, , Wheat Flour (Contains Calcium, Iron, Thiamin And Niacin), Barley Malt Extract, Raising Agents (Ammonium Bicarbonate, Sodium Bicarbonate), Salt, Natural Vanilla Flavouring, Rice And Wheat Starch, Glazing Agent (Carnauba Wax, Vegetable Oil, Beeswax, Shellac) Concentrates (Lemon, Blackcurrant, Raddish, Safflower, Algae), Stabilizer, Arabic Gum, Colour (E100, E102, E120, E129, E133, E171, Copper Complexes Of Chlorophyllins, Curcumin)
Allergy Advice, Contains in bold:
Milk, Eggs, Walnuts, Tree nuts (almonds, walnuts, pecans), Peanuts, Wheat, Soya
Produced in a factory which handles all of these products
Nutritional Info per 100g (27 S, or 28 SP):
Cals: 535, Fat: 29.6g, Sat Fat: 17.6g, Carbs: 62.2g, Sugars: 57.8g, Protein: 4.2g, Fibre: 4.2g -Please Note Your Egg Will Weigh More Than 100g
Please note due to these chocolates being homemade, some discs may have slightly more topping than others within the packs, and due to changes in temperature controls sometimes the chocolate can bloom, where it appears to have a white coating appear, these are still fine to eat. When the chocolate leaves us they are in perfect condition, we check each packet. Unfortunately we have no control over the temperature in transit, and sudden heat or cold can affect handmade chocolates which do not contain all the rubbish you would find in shop purchased goodies, so sometimes might not look as bright as our photos. The best storage for chocolate is in the fridge or between 12-18c, or in a cool room.