Sunday, April 05, 2009
Easter Candy that's Nut-Free
With Easter just a week away, have you been pondering what E.B. will bring to the kids in your house? I've been gathering goodies for my kids for a couple of weeks and can't wait until Easter morning! I picked up a vintage Walt Disney Fun-to-Learn Library (for just $5!) for my daughter who will be 6 in June. She's reading like crazy and this gives her 19 volumes to devour, while she savors (or rather, scarfs) her Easter candy. My son is getting a trio of Thomas the Tank Engine videos to fulfill his love for the cheeky little train. They're both getting a set of bunny ears and a nice assortment of chocolates from Vermont Nut-Free Chocolates.
With so many choices for chocolates and candy you may be feeling overwhelmed. But if your kids have any kind of nut allergies, you know how much that limits your options. Vermont Nut-Free Chocolates understands how important it to create high-quality chocolates and candies that have not been exposed to nuts, and creates some amazing nut-free goodies that will leave your children feeling indulged, not like they're missing out on the good stuff.
Vermont Nut-Free Chocolates makes the classics, like solid-chocolate rabbits, chocolate coins, even cream-filled eggs and jelly beans. But they also have some fun treats like chocolate shaped pigs, fish and cats. So treat your kids without the worry this Easter with Vermont Nut-Free Chocolates.
We're giving one winner a few nut-free chocolate surprises from Vermont Nut-Free Chocolates. To enter, just tell us what you'd order from Vermont Nut-Free Chocolates and don't forget your email. Deadline is Midnight, April 8th, 2009.