I saw this when I was passing by an aisle in a grocery store in Canada. A KINDER EGG! AMAZING!! To people outside of the United States, you’re probably thinking, “Uh, so what?” These are actually illegal in the U.S. because they are deemed a choking hazard to children by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration), so Americans that have never stepped foot outside of the country have never seen one of these before. I know I was excited when I saw one, so I knew I had to try it! One egg costs $1 CAD (~$0.77 USD). Let’s take a look at it:
After peeling off the foil, a chocolate egg is revealed.
I took a bite off the top of the egg and a yellow capsule is inside. It looks a lot like a soy sauce egg (if you’re Chinese you know what I’m talking about.) The chocolate was really soft! I was expecting it to be hard, but it’s melt in your mouth soft.
I ate all the chocolate around the capsule. The chocolate surprisingly didn’t stick to the capsule. I’m glad it wasn’t messy!
Squeeze the capsule in the middle and it opens up to reveal your toy. I got a cute Chewbacca toy 😀
My precious Kinder Eggs!! These are so fun! I can see kids loving these things. I wanted to smuggle them across the border to bring back home but I didn’t want to risk getting detained or fined $1,200 per egg for something that costs less than $1, so I had to gobble these up in the car before reaching the border. Until we meet again, precious Kinder Eggs!