I love Caramel Cadbury eggs. It's a problem. A major one. The day after Easter I wake up as early as possible and head to the nearest Target or Wal-Mart, find the caramel cadbury eggs and buy about $30 worth of them to stash away in my house. I try to make them last as long as possible and limit it to one egg a day, but sometimes I'll skip a meal and just eat two of those eggs instead of whatever healthy food I have readily available. I know it's terrible. I know it's probably going to give me diabetes in the long run. But I can't help.
This past year, however, I managed my Cadbury habit pretty well. I kept it to one egg every other day and basically stretched all the eggs I bought out for an impressive three months and gave away as many as I could to people who visited my house.
But then they just had to go and do something like this.
Which hopefully means that a US release date is on the horizon. But, in addition to filling these delicious chocolate domes with Oreo cookie cream and chocolaty, biscuit goodness, there's a new "feature" the Oreo eggs have.
But where's the fun in that? When I eat a Cadbury egg, I want it to bite into a big chunk of chocolate. I want to feel like I'm about to eat an omelette and then decide, "No, I want sugar and fat instead and it will be glorious."
Because it always is. These can't come stateside soon enough. And even if they don't, Canada's not that far of a drive, now is it?Source: distractify.com