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my house is bombarded with these! what do you guys do with all yours? i cant see how we will get through them

HollyDolly22
1 year ago
What do you think of this?
sunny101
sunny1011 year ago

Strange, but our house is the same! I ate two Ferrero Rocher over the Christmas and pigged out on 10 mint matchmaker sticks - last night! I honestly can't explain it but we just didn't seem to want to eat chocolate this Christmas. I will probably have them in plain sight, all around the house, to encourage family and friends to pick at because the amount that is left makes me feel a little ill. 🀒 πŸ˜‚

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Mango4
Mango41 year ago

We have had a good clear out of the Christmas Sweets, Chocolate and food, we took what we didn't think we would eat to the supermarket and put it in the food bank trolley.

Not sure why we actually bought so much in the first place but we always tend to go a bit overboard on stuff at Christmas

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sunny101
sunny1011 year ago

Mango4 What a really good idea - I am ashamed that I didn't even consider the food banks. I never think of chocs when I add things to the food bank bins in the supermarkets but why not?

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Mango4
Mango41 year ago

angemski I often see Biscuits & Chocolate this time of the year in the food bank trolley in my local supermarket. Generally we donate a few tins, or a packet of cereal when we are shopping, but as we had excess Christmas products, dropped those into the trolley last weekend,

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ClaireF1978
ClaireF19781 year ago

I take them to work and leave them for everyone to pick at through the day. Lots of people do this all year round, it's nice to have a sugar hit available when you're at work.

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KirstyW
KirstyW1 year ago

I didn't have that mucn but went into a larger Tesco store yesterday and they had Celebrations tubs for Β£2 50 so had to buy one haha

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MeestairChrees
MeestairChrees1 year ago

Just eat them whenever - they should last a while? Take them to work to share the burden of eating them...

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TiaTia
TiaTia1 year ago

Bag them up and put them away for a bit, be a nice surprise for the family when you bring them back out in a month or so as they will have been forgotten about.

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hspexy
hspexy1 year ago

There’s always someone we can give it to. I find that all the junk food goes down well with colleagues at work

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ACR
ACR1 year ago

Unfortunately, I have the opposite problem as all of my Christmas confectionery has now been consumed 😭

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Janhrrs
Janhrrs1 year ago

Ah, thank you ACR I was just starting to feel alone but chocolate left over after Christmas in a house of chocoholics, it just doesn't happen. You're more likely to hear 'who ate the chocolate orange?!' πŸ˜‚

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Faye1
Faye11 year ago

my house is the same. I take them to work pass them round. I still had some left from last christmas to this Christmas though

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Auntielettie
Auntielettie1 year ago

Make a cake and either use them as adornments or melt to make the ganache filling. Multiple flavours of chocolates should make interesting frosting.

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AgnesFaludi
AgnesFaludi1 year ago

I eat them slowly....

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