Even though I do not buy Easter Eggs, well I have not so far (!!), I probably will end up eating more than usual.
My grandchildren will probably be at my place at some stage and as I have plenty of chocolate in the pantry for them, I will most likely, end up eating some milk chocolate when I normally eat Lindt dark chocolate.
Being so many holidays I will probably get bored and eat!
I always have chocolate in my house,and I always enjoy it immensely.Easter will not make any difference at all to the amount of the delicious stuff I shall eat!!! Like Finy,I do love Lindt chocolate.I somehow manage to buy it very cheaply on special,so I always have a super supply!! My visitors always know that good quality chocolate is one item which shall be offered when they come here!!It matters not at all what time of year it is!!!
I hope not !!! I will try not to. Whatever chocolates I receive, I usually try to eat the same amount per day, which means it lasts longer. I am not someone who eats, eats, eats chocolate all day everyday. I like to eat it a piece at a time and make it last. So I won't be stuffing myself silly. My daughter on the other hand...
I love chocolate so have to make an effort to limit how often and how much I indulge. I will make a point of not eating more over Easter but it is a temptation along with all the other high kilojoule, high fat, high sugar things I would love to go crazy on!!!!
Even their Tassie shop has closed for tourists. Do they even make DARK chocolate, or is it all milk chocolate? It nearly makes me sick, looking at all the
Cadbury milk chocolate in the supermarkets, Donjo.