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    Send it over my way

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    I'm taking mine into work and putting them in the kitchen with a sign - take me

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    I melt it down and turn it into other shaped gifts for mother's day. I often give them to my mummy friends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smallpotatoes View Post
    I'm taking mine into work and putting them in the kitchen with a sign - take me

    Someome did that at my work. Within 24hrs all gone.
    im eating all ds choc myself. Nom nom

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    I cook with it. Those small eggs are great in the middle of muffins.

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    Eat it all...

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    Re-gifting (someone suggested melting it down) or find your local nursing home or children's hospital. One year we ended up with so much chocolate and mum took us to the fire and police department and we gave some to them. Pretty big lesson to kids if they are old enough to understand.

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    I don't have that problem this year as no one else bothered to buy for my kids this year.

    In the past I gave chuck them all in the food processor and blend. That way I didn't eat them. I used them in cookies and muffins etc over the next few weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wannawannabe View Post
    Take it to yours or partners workplace and leave it in the tearoom. Will disappear quickly enough.

    Probably won't help for this year, but why is there a fridge full of chocolate? Who bought it all? Put your foot down next year about relatives giving her so much chocolate.
    Do you know I never buy toddlers chocolate I am not sure why every one bought her so much dam chocolate!!!
    And they give it to her not to me so not like I can even take it off her

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    Dad isn't at daycare but I wouldn't take it there if she was, DH and I don't have workplaces as such (self employed) unfortunately the office only consists of ME😁 can't take it to playgroup as the mums would all hang me there. I could go to a children's hospital but would they even allow that? Hmm thanks for all the ideas. Baking isn't my friend so that's out


    Edit dd not dad haha
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