Here comes Peter cotton tail. And of course its time to fill little plastic eggs and wicker baskets with chocolates and other delectable sweets.
My suggestion is to go with the good stuff, because in the end who is going to be eating the “left-overs”?
That’s right, mom and dad. In this case? Dad- maybe before Little gets into it, LOL.
You know the best stuff- Hershey’s!
Their products range from the milk chocolate greatness of Hershey Kisses in Easter colors to Jolly Rancher Sours Bunnies. Maybe even some Cookies n Creme Drops. The drops are candy coated chocolate pieces, these are white chocolate with little chocolate cookies pieces, perfect for letting them melt in your mouth a few at a time. If the bunnies theme floats your boat, take a look at the Mini Robin Eggs in a bunny themed Easter wrapper. (This one will be Little’s fav, just because of the bunny wrap.)
Hershey’s are great for their taste, price and availability. Chocolate so good you would swear it should cost five times as much, available at just about every supermarket. And like other certain products, I lover Hershey’s for another reason- no matter where I go, how remote the area- there it is. Do you know I can buy a Coke and a Hershey bar in Pazaislis, Lithuania? Petropavlovsk, Kazakhstan? Jaipur, India? And it always tastes the same. Sigh. When you are far from home for a very long time, that’s nothing shy of a miracle, LOL.
For about $20 you can fill a basket for your kids and your significant other.
We enjoy our sweets in our house, the kids love the chocolate and the sticky sweet stuff. While the adults prefer good chocolate and the every so often sour sticky piece of candy. “Hoppy” Easter!
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