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    Default Easter treat for a 14 mth old - no dairy

    Anyone have an idea?

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    There are a number of companies that do dairyfree chocolate eggs. Check your. Local health food shop.

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    Coles and woolies own brand dark compound chocolate is dairy free and so is lindt 70% chocolate. You can also get sweet Williams chocolate in the shape of little bunnies. Coles and woolies stock all of the above.

    This year I made chocolates with molds and bought some dairy free chocolate fillings from spotlight. My parents also got her a lindt bunny rabbit.

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    oh yeah... pure dark chocolate is okay as well if you have a chocolate shop near by


 

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