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Posted on: Mon, 03/26/2007 - 9:47pm
lalow's picture
Joined: 03/24/2004 - 09:00

just found the post- sorry

Posted on: Mon, 03/26/2007 - 11:25pm
momll70's picture
Joined: 09/26/2006 - 09:00

These are milk chocolate though, I just bought the Hersheys bunnies (they come in a 6 pack). You can't see the chocolate bunny until you open the package. The packages have a bunny on it. Me and my son are PA/TNA and we've had these several times without problems. I always check the label as things change sometimes.
You can find these at the supermarket. I've seen them in Waldbaums and Stop & Shop.
I am also going to order from Vermond Nut Free Chocolates. They have the chocolate bunnnies too. I'm not sure if they are safe for milk allergies.
[This message has been edited by momll70 (edited March 27, 2007).]

Posted on: Mon, 03/26/2007 - 11:33pm
smudgesgarden's picture
Joined: 02/26/2006 - 09:00

cadburry bunnies by hershey are peanut tree nut free. and they taste good.

Posted on: Tue, 03/27/2007 - 4:10am
Momcat's picture
Joined: 03/15/2005 - 09:00

Try Amanda's Own chocolate bunnies. We ordered some for this year. They are also dairy and egg free.
Mom to 7 yr old PA/TNA daughter and 4 yr old son who is allergic to eggs.

Posted on: Tue, 03/27/2007 - 6:27am
lalow's picture
Joined: 03/24/2004 - 09:00

thanks for the info. i will order some. i have gotten vermont nut free ones before but they are run on the same machinary as the milk choc. hasnt been an issue with my son but i think i will try the Amanda's just in case.
James 5 yrs, NKA
Ben 4 yrs, PA and MA

Posted on: Tue, 03/27/2007 - 8:43am
margaret's picture
Joined: 11/01/2000 - 09:00

Thanks for the Amanda's Own info! We are dealing with milk allergy as well. By the way. Today *******MARCH 27th IS THE LAST DAY TO ORDER IN TIME FOR EASTER from Amanda's Own******

Posted on: Fri, 03/23/2007 - 11:03am
Mrsdocrse's picture
Joined: 01/16/2007 - 09:00

I already bought mine...
I ordered it from the Vermont Nut free Choc. company. The choclolate is delicious! I also got jelly beans there. I also bought some Hershey kisses. That is it for me.. I fill with little toys and books mostly.

Posted on: Fri, 03/23/2007 - 1:37pm
McCobbre's picture
Joined: 04/16/2005 - 09:00

Whoppers makes a malted egg in little cartons. They were safe last year.
Starburst has made safe jelly beans in the past--I need to check on them for this year.
I read about Cadbury's here, and they're made by Hershey, so I bought some.
This is the first year for a Hershey bunny (typically do VNF or a choclatier in Dallas that we can also get in Houston). He's kind of ugly in my opinion, but we're really cutting back this year. I was just happy to find him.
We do books, games, maybe a DVD (like Wallace & Grommit Wererabbit last year).
Our EB leaves coins in eggs, the little capsules that expand in water to form dinosaurs, rocks for the rock collection.

Posted on: Sat, 03/24/2007 - 1:38am
bethc's picture
Joined: 04/18/2005 - 09:00

I just got mine. The Cadbury chocolate bunnies made by Hershey are safe. There are also Brach's ones that are safe for the first time; they're made in Canada and have no peanut or nut warnings. Also, Merlin's makes safe chocolate bunnies in a few different sizes. They say peanut-free on the package. There are little, individual Hershey's bunnies that are safe. The little Cadbury ones have some kind of warning, though; now I can't remember if it's peanuts or tree nuts.
Starburst jelly beans are safe. I can't remember which other ones are because I settled on those. It seems like the Jolly Rancher ones are, but check the label (as always -- the things I found may be from a different factory than the things in your store!).
Yes, there are Whopper cartons of malted milk eggs. Skittles are safe and they come in little packets. Marshmallow Peeps are safe. There are pastel Kissables, but you have to make your own decision about the shea oil in them (whole past discussion elsewhere on here). There are pastel Twizzlers Pull-&-Peel. There are Easter-packaged Tootsie Pops, Charms, LifeSavers pops, and I know there were Dum Dums right there, too, but I don't remember the packaging being Easter-y. Cadbury eggs are safe, but again, check out each one to be sure. But those eggs come in full-sized and mini, regular filling, caramel, and now orange, which I can't wait to try. Cadbury has chocolate eggs with a crisp shell. Some Hershey's Kisses are safe. York Peppermint Patties are available, and Andes mints. I was pleased with the choices. I found that there were more safe choices at the grocery store than there were at the drug store, but they each had different things that I wanted. The drug store had lots of Russell Stover, which is all unsafe. But they had the mini Cadbury eggs, which I like because you don't get the horrible sugar overload of a whole big egg.

Posted on: Sat, 03/24/2007 - 1:54am
Jenna's picture
Joined: 07/09/2000 - 09:00

Thanks for all the info. I have been thinking of checking into what is safe for this year but just haven't had the time. It is so nice to see your list.
I did check the orange Cadbury eggs and the store I was at didn't seem to have a label I could find. The ones on the eggs were so wrapped on the eggs that you couldn't read them and the box was mangled and I couldn't find it. Anybody know if these are safe for sure?


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