Just like gingerbread houses you can buy during Christmas, retail stores offer edible Easter and Spring-related houses.  Sadly, sales won't be booming for Easter this year.

As cute as these are, Wilton's Industries of Naperville, Illinois issued a recall on their 'Ready to Build Chocolate Cookie Bunny Hutch Kit' due to a milk allergen missing from the “Contains” statement.  That's a HUGE allergy that could be life or death for some people, how does it not make it on the label?

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The ingredient list on the package lists “Skim Milk Powder” as an ingredient, however the “Contains” statement did not include “Milk” as required.

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Luckily, there were no reports yet of allergic reactions to the milk!  There were probably some 'unreported' uncontrollable bathroom trips, though. 

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People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to milk run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products.

If I went to the store right now and saw this DIY edible kit, I would totally buy it if it wasn't recalled.  The kit is for all ages and it's just fun to decorate things then be able to eat it soon afterwards ((lol)).

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In the meantime... eat some peeps, y'all.

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You can find out more information on Wilton's website explaining the full details of the recall.  All I know is I'm not buying from Wilton any time soon, who knows what else was mislabeled on their products!

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