Choco Treasure is the maker of Candy Treasure. It’s two treats in one.
Choco Treasure is a more than just chocolate, not that there is anything wrong with chocolate. You get a prize inside your chocolate! How cool is that? You may of heard of these eggs by a different name. Please be assured the two companies have nothing to do with each other and the Choco Treasure eggs are 100% legal in the United States.
How do Choco Treasure eggs work?
It’s easy to open these delicious eggs. Unwrap the foil, crack the delicious chocolate. On the plastic egg there is a bulls-eye. Press with a good amount of pressure and the plastic egg will break open so you can get your toy.
I think these are great for any time of the year, but especially at Easter. They would be great for an Easter egg hunt. You have everything you need prepared and packaged for you.
Their chocolate is 100% pure milk chocolate.
Have you ever had novelty chocolate before that tastes waxy and just not very appetizing? You don’t have to worry about that with Choco Treasure. The chocolate around eggs is delicious! I love chocolate so I’m picky about the ones I like. I was sad when the chocolate on the egg I opened was gone.
The items inside the eggs are fun and can be collector items. Some of the items include: bracelets, figurines, full decks of 52-mini-playing cards, magnets, stickers, and vertical 3-D puzzles.
I know my nieces are going to flip over these in their Easter baskets this year. I can’t wait to see their faces. I love that the toys inside are from a few of our favorite characters. The ones I received are Dream Works themed: Kung Fu Panda, How to Train Your Dragon and Penguins of Madagascar! You can also pick from Hello Kitty, Minions and general choco treasure eggs.
If you are looking for some last minute Easter treats, you can’t go wrong with these Choco Treasure eggs.
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