|Typical Values||Per 100 g||Per 8 eggs (25 g)||*Reference Intakes|
|Energy||2072 kJ||518 kJ||8400 kJ|
|494 kcal||124 kcal||2000 kcal|
|Fat||21 g||5.4 g||70 g|
|of which Saturates||13 g||3.1 g||20 g|
|Carbohydrate||70 g||18 g||260 g|
|of which Sugars||69 g||17 g||90 g|
|Fibre||1.6 g||0.4 g||-|
|Protein||4.2 g||1.0 g||50 g|
|Salt||0.15 g||0.04 g||6 g|
|* Reference intake of an average adult (8400 kJ / 2000 kcal)|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (24)
I live Cadbury mini eggs - the joy of keeping them in my mouth for ages without biting them until the chocolate starts to melt... Mmmmm. But the bags keep getting significantly smaller each year with no change in price. Classic example of shrinkflation at work.
I have always loved mini eggs and these taste just as I remember other than the shells are a little softer. I keep buying them for Easter gifts only to eat them and have to buy more !!
I love them - a nice little treat
The little bag is the perfect small treat size when you need a little something to cheer you up with your shopping delivery- especially when theyre on offer. They may not have exactly the same ingredients nor the same taste as they used to have years ago but theyre good enough to remind me of my childhood.
Classic Cadbury chocolate mini eggs ideal for a treat for children
Not how I remember...
different to mini eggs in tube
These are soft shelled. Not the same product as recent tube mini egg purchase. Cheaper taste. Made us question whether they were even Cadbury.