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    Quote laurin
    My family got me some Cadbury Easter Eggs, and I was like "uhhh I can't eat these".

    It was a bit annoying because they bought deserts and treats for everyone and they didn't take the time to find me anything, and to top that off when it came time for dinner, they had put butter on almost all the vegetables.
    Oh, Laurin, I'm sorry That's rather inconsiderate of them! There are plenty of vegan sweets and they should have at least given you something, even if it was not in an Easter shape or wrapper! It would have shown that they respect your values and have taken time to get you something that you would be able to eat...

    Can you talk with your parents and tell them you felt left out?

    And if I were you, I'd go buy myself a lot of sweets
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    my mum and dad got me a kinnerton dairy free egg with a choc bar, i ate it in one go and made myself very ill, still it was worth it... my folks are the best. i asked how much it cost and they said 3.50 from asda, bargain.
    cant wait for next year, to be honest i dont even celebrate easter but i do celebrate vegan chocolate..

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    My eggs are gone.
    Now to move onto the truffles!

    Laurin I'm sorry your family didn't include you in their Easter celebrations
    Did you have a word with them about it?

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    Well I got no easter eggs or anything else this year - boo hoo!!! I brought my boyfriend some montezumas mini lime eggs but got nowt from him : 0 (

    I went into montzeumas today and they have some things for sale half price - easter bunnies now 2 (I got two for my parents who return from America tommorrow) There are also there amazing giant eggs for sale for 15 (down from 30). To console myself I brought a bag of choclate drops and now feel sick from eating them!

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    Quote VeganLiz
    Well I got no easter eggs or anything else this year - boo hoo!!! I brought my boyfriend some montezumas mini lime eggs but got nowt from him : 0 (
    Huh!! Time to join the vegan singles thread and find someone different!!!!!
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    Mmmm... yes please!
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    Espresso and Hazlenut crunch Truffle eggs please

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    Yes, but what happened to the old-style booja booja ones with the amazing copper coloured scrunchy wrapping? It was a box of truffles, with the easter egg on top, and the chocolate was lovely. I'm quite upset you can't get them anymore.

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    I just ordered some of these:
    http://www.decuisine.co.uk/cookshop/...eggmoulds.html

    Cherry, check out their cake tins as well! - Guess which one I ordered?

    I plan to make a few easter eggs this year, although I'm not really up for a full on Easter celebration. There are also quite a choice of sweets at the Co-op which are labelled as vegan which you could fill the handmade eggs with, or get some off veganstore.

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    Which one?

    I'd guess you ordered the biggest of the chocolate egg molds cos they're sold out

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    This one of course!
    http://www.decuisine.co.uk/cookshop/...62a.1174241271

    The big egg moulds were already out of stock when I went in! I ordered the smaller ones as I'm worried the well meaning relatives will bye big dairy free eggs for the kids and we'll have choc overload!

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    Waitrose have the small Kinnertons dairy free eggs in Simpsons or Bang on the Door at 1.99 with vegan jellies inside

    The vegan shop in Birmingham should be getting in the individual cream eggs at 1 too and they stock a great range if anyones in Brum

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    I don't suppose anyone's heard of a near-equivalent to Cadbury Mini-Eggs? I used to love them because of the thick candy coated shell. I'd love to find a vegan chocolate with such a crunchy shell.
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    I'd love to find a vegan creme egg...

    My mummy said she's got me a green and blacks one, mmm!

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    I don't suppose anyone's heard of a near-equivalent to Cadbury Mini-Eggs? I used to love them because of the thick candy coated shell. I'd love to find a vegan chocolate with such a crunchy shell.
    there is a company in the UK that makes these, they're quite hard to find here though so i'm not sure if they're available outside this country. they're available from Veganstore and some wholefood shops sell them.
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    Of course You'll have to post a pic when you've made one.

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    I'd love to find a vegan creme egg...
    Have you tried the ones from the vegan store? They have a few flavours.

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    Holland and Barrett and other independant health shops sell speckled eggs same range as the whizzers vegan smarties, they are like mini eggs

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    Have you tried the ones from the vegan store? They have a few flavours.
    what, you mean... just like a creme egg??

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    They're not exactly like a creme egg but they have fondant inside the egg (blackcurrant or raspberry flavours I think).
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    unless anyone has already posted about these and i missed it cos i haven't read through the thread yet, LUSH are doing amazing looking bath bomb easter eggs..obviously not edible..but they look super treaty.
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    oooooooohhhh.....I love LUSH! I may have to go check those out. We have a LUSH here about 45 minutes away from me. A bit of a drive but it's not too tough to make a little bit of a shopping day out of it. Course I usually just do window shopping cause I'm super cheap but that's still fun for me!
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    what, you mean... just like a creme egg??
    As RW said, blackcurrant and raspberry flavours (didn't they used to do another one as well?) rather than plain and looking like an egg, but they taste nice

    http://www.veganstore.co.uk/easter.html

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    Spendy, but yummy looking - http://www.hotelchocolat.co.uk/Dark-...r-Egg-P450016/

    I'm also thinking of getting some moulds to try and do marbled eggs - should be able to come up with something quite pretty using that organica white choc bar stuff with some dark, I should think

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    Oh Wow, that looks yummy indeed twinkle! - hands up who wants one of those for easter *waves both hands in the air)
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    That's what I was planning twinkle! Also I found a recipe for Barfi(hindu sweet) which I veganized and reminds me of the inside of a marathon(now snickers) bar. I'm wondering if I can make the middle of some small eggs with it?!

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    I found the vegan green and blacks easter eggs in Tesco yesterday, there are some that come with truffles (non vegan truffles) but they do just the egg itself in a little box. I put my order in with the family

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    Lakeland are doing a set of large and mini eggs moulds for 2.99, shipping is more than deCuisine, but worth looking out for if you've got a branch nearby (I'm hoping my supervisor, who lives in Nottingham, will be able to get me some from that branch!)

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    http://www.cakescookiesandcraftsshop.co.uk is where I ordered my buy 2 get 1 free egg moulds and my pretty foil wrappers. I don't GIVE eggs ya gotta FIND them.... oh and easter bunny mould too.

    I am excited about vegan organica white and couveture bars for my eggs; must EAT all my mistakes. I have a thermometer too for tempering choc so that they have a nice 'snap' and good mouth feel -no grey cast- hope I leave some for the rest of the family.

    Another idea: coconut carrots sold at one of those high street nut vendors.... name?
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    ...Another idea: coconut carrots sold at one of those high street nut vendors.... name?
    Julian Graves. I plan on giving some of those to my parents, or maybe my granny since my mum is on a permanent diet these days.

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    i had a free sample of some of the most gorgeous Easter eggs in a shop in Brighton this afternoon there's a guy just started a new vegan chocolate business and is selling them through only a couple of local shops. he's doing eggs with truffles inside including peanut butter flavour, vanilla, orange and mint. the eggs themselves are plain, ginger or blueberry. i really wanted to buy one but they cost 15 if only i had someone rich to buy me one!
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    Where was that? I've just ordered some Troody Skrumptious truffles instead of an easter egg . . . but peanut butter truffles and a flavoured egg might tempt me!

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    it was in Infinity Foods (i've just posted about it in the Vegan Brighton thread too). they're also available in May's General Store in Lewes. he doesn't have a website yet unfortunately but i think they were called Dark Secrets.
    'The word gorilla was derived from the Greek word Gorillai (a "tribe of hairy women")'

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    Wow, I want!
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    I badly want that egg too! Looks sooo gooood.

    I tried to get my Mum to buy me the divine egg with chocolate covered brazils for easter, but she said she's not spending four pound on an easter egg for me so got me a packet of those whizzers eggs hehe.

    Oh well!
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    I have just seen that golden tickets are hidden in the big Booja Booja eggs. You can win a trip to taste their products!!! Imagine trying that new ice cream!!!!
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    I have just seen that golden tickets are hidden in the big Booja Booja eggs....
    Oh yeah!
    Forget Willy Wonka, we want booja booja!

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    Well, I'd have the Johnny Depp version AND Booja Booja please!
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    Wow, I want!
    I got, I think. At least, my kind mother-in-law has bought me a vegan egg from the Hotel Chocolat, but I haven't inspected it yet.

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    Mmmm, well that was worth getting married for, Harpy. Yum!
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    Tee hee, might have been cheaper to buy my own egg. Must admit I have had the odd unworthy thought about my m-in-l in the past, but no longer.

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    Easter... eggs...

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    i made my christmas booja booja chocs last almost 3 months..practically unheard of in my life

    managed to solve my easter egg buying dilemmas..sainsbury's..oddly jack fulton's for some after eight minty dark choc bunnies and relevent cuddly type beasties. NOWHERE else could i find anything suitable and child friendly chocolate wise.
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    I'm impressed you made them last that long! I can never make chocolate last that long...
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    i can't usually..but i got such a complete crap array of inappropriate gifts for a new vegan that i was overwhelmed by the booja booja nibbles and vowed there and then to eek them out for as long as was humanly possible. otherwise they'd have gone with 20 minutes, especially if id've been on the wobble pop, which last christmas i avoided completely..yeah..completely!!
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    My friend has brought me a Kinnerton vegan Simpsons egg, think parents have too

    Aunt has brought us all some hotel choc - the bars that say vegan on....

    Very well stocked for choccy here

    Sainsburys have the simpsons and bang on the door eggs in small eggs for 1.99 with fruit jellies in all vegan, seen in woolworths and waitrose too

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    found some vegan easter bunnies in the store a few days ago...didn't buy any then, but i will next time. i still have yet to try a vegan creme filled chocolate egg!
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    Several years ago it was virtually impossible to find vegan easter eggs. I did plan to buy one of each I could find this year but there's too many!
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    Then buy one of each and send them to selected poverty-stricken forumers (ahem, ahem) like the Easter bunny!

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    STOP THE PRESS and all that...

    those vegan simpsons and bang on the door eggs are being sold in jack fulton's for something like 69p each or 2 for a quid.

    jack fulton's also have dark mint choc bunnies for a quid a pop. whooo!!
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