Oreo Cadbury eggs make your candy stash seem so weak

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Oh, Canada. You weren't satisfied with Ryan Reynolds and natural beauty. You had to go and steal the candy thunder, too. 

Sugar-crazed Canadians are able to procure Oreo-filled Cadbury eggs, reports Refinery29. Though the candy has been available since last year, but it's really hitting social media in a big, delicious way in 2017.

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This crave-worthy candy was Instagrammed by JunkBanter on Jan. 6 and since then, the photo has amassed over 10,000 likes and 581 comments. 

The chocolate egg appears to be filled with Oreo cream and interspersed with crunchy Oreo cookies. And, of course, the full size version is only available in Canada. 

Here's the really unfair part: miniaturized Oreo eggs are available in the UK, where both large and mini versions of the eggs appear to have been available for the last year. A version with vanilla mousse has launched in Australia (a year after it debuted in Canada, of course). 

And, come Easter, the U.S. will still have to make do with the familiar original, caramel and chocolate flavors of the much loved egg. 

It seems radically unfair that the U.S. should be denied this treat, but after the UK Cadbury egg recipe change brouhaha of 2015, the Oreo egg is, at least, a shining beacon of hope for the year to come. 

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