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    I hide it in the fridge throw out the cheap stuff keep the quality.


    Waiting desperately for no.2

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    Oh Shani I love anything Cadbury or baci I'm terrible.

    I can NOT stand Lindt and we have a fair bit of that!!! Why is everyone buying Lindt yuck 😖

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoCo View Post
    Might just do chop chip cookie dough and freeze that?
    Great idea. I've previously blitzed it all to make it easier to store. Also less tempting to eat.

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    But in saying that cookies are not my forte either so hope it's worth freezing 😁

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    What is this thing you speak of, too much chocolate?
    Seriously though, we bought & took a stack to a local women's shelter (before Easter). There are often kids there too & the mums can't really afford eggs. They were so thankful to be thought of. Of course, the problem is finding one; they don't advertise for the obvious reasons. As long as they were a wrapped egg, they were happy to accept them. We also took them some hit cross bubs which they loved as well.

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    We don't have all that much, but it's up in a cupboard and we will gradually get through it

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    @Wise Enough come and get it. We have a tonne of the stuff. A small bunny may have been eaten in a traffic jam.

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    Last year I took leftover stuff (unopened, I mean) to my local animal shelter for the staff that work there. They are all volunteers, it's often a thankless sort of work.

    But any charity or similar would work :-)

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    Hope this allowed.. you can donate food to a number of places.

    http://www.givenow.com.au/otherways/food

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    My in-laws know I don't want 3 year old DD eating heaps of chocolate but they still gave her truckloads. So I like the melting/baking idea.

    And anything good quality goes into my stash of course.

    DD had forgotten all about Easter already, she won't notice it's missing!


 

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