Bartons Milk Chocolate Lollycones

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The Original Bartons Kosher L'Pesach Milk Chocolate Lolly Cones

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Kosher for Passover
Certified Kosher for Passover under the strict supervision of the Orthodox Union. Certified Kosher Dairy under the strict supervision of Orthodox Union.
Give your children a traditional Passover treat with the famous Bartons Milk Chocolate Lollycones from Oh! Nuts. These chocolate candies on sticks are certified kosher for Passover and kosher, making them the perfect Passover dessert. Each of these chocolate Lollycones features a small, popsicle-shaped chocolate on a stick. This unique design makes them easier for children to eat without making a mess. By holding the stick, your little ones won't get melted chocolate all over their hands.

Oh! Nuts makes it easy for you to order Bartons Milk Chocolate Lollycones in bulk or for your own individual use. Choose one box of Passover chocolates or opt for a 12-box case. The larger order is great for big families and Passover parties and will ensure that you have plenty of chocolate treats to go around. Each box contains nine milk chocolate Lollycones.
Certified Kosher for Passover under the strict supervision of the Orthodox Union. Certified Kosher for Passover under the strict supervision of the Orthodox Union.
Certified Kosher Dairy under the strict supervision of Orthodox Union. Certified Kosher Dairy under the strict supervision of Orthodox Union.
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Kids love these
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Great as gifts to kids
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Great Tasting Chocolate
by JJ from Hudson Valley NY on 4/17/2012
Purchased these for my nephew for Passover. He loved them and so did everyone else. Great tasting chocolate.
 
Childhood favorite
by Best food from NYC on 3/20/2010
I love to give boxes of these to the children in the family around Passover. It's a "sweet" gift and kids look forward to them (I did). Confession: I still love them!