Friday, 2 March 2012

Cadbury Creme Egg Splats

Eating a Creme Egg is best done in privacy. After all, you can’t share them and it can get a bit messy. But if you want to share your chocolates around, it’s possible to have a small sample of a Creme Egg in Splat form.


Creme Egg Splats are just as the name describes. They look like a ‘splat’ of chocolate and taste like a Creme Egg. Inside each splat is a blob of what they call ‘goo’. This is the same stuff you find inside a Creme Egg only the Splats just contain white goo.



They’re packed in a 165g bag which contains an average of 39 splats. Each Splat has around 20 calories so if you’re watching your weight, eating the odd few shouldn’t do too much harm.

However, if your willpower isn’t particularly strong around chocolates, it might be easier to share from someone else's pack, since getting through the entire bag will set you back 800 calories.

The 165g bag has an easy open tear top and is resealable. However, to properly close the bag, you’d do better using a food clip as it’s not that sticky. Creme Egg Splats are widely available in the months leading up to Easter.

Nutrition Information: Per ¼ bag: 200 calories, 2.4g protein, 26.6g carbohydrates, 25.2g sugars, 9.2g fat, 5.7g saturates, 0.2g fibre, 0.08g salt.


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