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Chocolate Oranges and Chocolate Raspberries

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    Posted: 12 October 2018 at 09:16
Does anyone else get these?

Chocolate Orange:

Chocolate Raspberry:

My kids have always liked these, because it is fun to "break the orange" (made of orange flavoured chocolate) and separate the "segments." A few years ago, they discovered the chocolate raspberries, as well.

I try to get them one now and then, but only rarely or for a special event, so that they can remain a treat. I think they are pretty good, but I prefer the orange or raspberry "chocolate sticks," myself:

Chocolate Orange and Raspberry Sticks:

But I treat myself to those only once every year or two.

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My kids get the orange or raspberry ones at Christmas. I'm with you on preferring the sticks. I find the slices harder to eat. 
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