People are absolutely horrified after finding out just how much sugar is in a Cadbury Creme Egg.
However, what many fans of the choccy egg don't know is how much the tiny little package packs a big punch when it comes to sugar levels.
According to the Cadbury website, each 40g Creme Egg contains 177kcal, 6.1g of fat, 3.7g saturates, 0.06g salt and 26.5g of sugar.
So after one Creme Egg and you've not got a lot left to play with.
Let's break this down another way. The amount of sugar in one Creme Egg is equivalent to 6.6 TEASPOONS.
Imagine having six and a half sugars in your tea.
How does it compare to other chocolate bars? Well, a Crunchie - an absolute classic of the genre btw - has 26g; a Mars Bar has 31g, a KitKit Chunky has 20.5g , and Wispa is virtually a salad with *just* 19g of sugar in there.
Anyway, people on social media have somehow been surprised by the revelation that chocolate isn't great for you.
One person said: "This is how much sugar is in one little Creme Egg, imagine that, no more nice teeth for u."
Another added: "Wowsers! That's A LOT of sugar. I love a Creme Egg but this is shocking."
While a third wrote: "F**k off theres 26 g of sugar in a Creme Egg."
Another went big on the numbers, saying: "6 tsps sugar per Creme Egg. 15 eggs per big egg half is 90 tsp sugar. 30 eggs is 180 tsps sugar. That's nearly 1 bag of sugar! Hardcore."
So spare a thought for Brian Hargadon who once made a massive Creme Egg by scooping the fillings out of 32 standard-sized ones.
He said the inspiration stemmed right back to when he had his first ever Cadbury Creme Egg around three decades ago, and he bit into it to find there was no sugary goo inside.
Brian told LADbible: "Since then I'd always hoped Cadbury's would bring it out one year, but if we're taxing sugary drinks then we've no chance with this!"
Regardless of the facts and figures - it's clear that nothing's going to stop all of us tucking into one of these bad boys when Easter arrives.