Adults who eat chocolate regularly are thinner than their non-chocolate indulging counterparts, finds a recently released University of California, San Diego study. We’re not talking about inhaling chocolate all day long but “modest” amounts.
I’ll definitely feel less guilty this year as I indulge while assuming my floppy ear duties and filling my kids’ baskets.
If you are still looking for goodies, Godiva (level 3) and Lindt (level 4) both have lots of temptations.
At Lindt, you can save by stocking up!
The small Lindt Gold Bunnies (100g) are three for $12 or $4.50 a piece. They come in milk, white and dark chocolate.
Here’s another three for $12 deal: You can mix and match these adorable five packs of Mini Chicks, Mini Gold Bunnies and Bugs & Bees. They’re also $4.50 a pack. The Bugs & Bees have a hazelnut filling. The others are milk chocolate.
Now for a great deal! Lindor Truffles are three for $30! Each bag has 45 pieces. The bags are usually $16 a pop!
If you spend $35 or more at Lindt, you can get a free fillable basket with trimmings!
Over at Godiva, you’ll also find lots of decadent options!
Check out these chocolate tulip shaped pops! They’re $6.50 a piece.
Chocolate dipped strawberries are always a hit! They are $7 – $9 each.
Large chocolate bunnies are $25. So are the stuffed variety.The stuffed one comes with chocolate eggs!
At Godiva, if you spend $25 or more you will receive a free fillable basket.
As we get down to the wire, you can even do one-stop shopping! Both Godiva and Lindt also offer pre-filled baskets!
Just a reminder, the mall is closed on Easter Sunday (4/8) and will resume normal business hours on Monday.