I think that guides are getting quite of hand for me! I really love researching and finding nice things to put on a list -who else is a list freak? So with Easter coming, an Easter egg guide was the best answer!
Okay, if you think Easter, what’s the first thing you think about? To me, since I was a kid was Easter eggs and family. We have never been religious, but it was always a chance for the family to spend time together, like a smaller version of Christmas.
After this year, I think we all deserve to get a pat on the back and indulge in chocolate or whatever favourite treat you might like!
So getting back on track, Easter Eggs. I have always been picky about my eggs. At home we always use to get a Kinder one – yeah, you can judge, maybe not the healthiest or best choice around. But you know tradition is tradition (and I mean, it’s great, just saying).
But since living in the UK, Kinder eggs here are far more expensive than back home and thanks to pandemic and Brexit, I can’t really get my mum to send me one – yes, I am twenty-six and still get my easter egg, nothing wrong with it! So this is how this easter egg guide came about, but let’s dig in!
We’ll start the Easter Egg guide with a vegan friendly selection :
- Happi – Oat Milk Chocolate Egg (2x 170g – £15.00): This oat chocolate egg is dairy-free, vegan, sustainable and ethically sourced! You can also choose from different flavour: salted caramel, orange and plain milk.
- Rococo Vegan Milk Chocolate Egg (360 g – £32.95): Cashew milk chocolate egg with roasted hazelnuts rolled in cocoa powder inside. A perfect creamy and nutty Easter egg.
- Montezuma The three chicklateers (222 g – £10.00): Three organic dark chocolate chicks for the one that likes to share, or maybe have all of them, no judging!
- Chococo Dark chocolate ocean easter egg (175 g – £12.50): red berry fruit notes and a soft finish, this egg hides turtles and stars inside. Plastic-free packaging and will also contribute to The Sealife Trust.
- Chococo Dark Chocolate Easter Bunny (£8.50): if you’re looking for something smaller, this is a perfect choice. An easter bunny decorated with cocoa butter made from Madagascan chocolate.
- Rococo Rose and violet Dark Chocolate Egg (360 g – £32.95): decadent dark chocolate egg with rich rose and violet flavoured fondant inside.
Let’s continue with our Easter Egg guide, indulging in some milk chocolate options:
- Fortnum & Mason Happy Bunnies Milk Chocolate Egg (225 g – £19.95): Classic milk chocolate egg. Hand made in the south of England with delicious chocolate bunnies inside.
- Selfridges Chocolate Honeycomb (150 g -£8.99): honeycomb covered in delicious milk chocolate to indulge on.
- Fortnum & Mason Piedmont Hazelnut & Blonde chocolate easter egg (190 g – £35.00): Handmade by chocolatiers in the heart of Tuscany. It’s the perfect treat for hazelnut lovers!
- Montezuma Orloff Milk chocolate Speckled Hen (200g – £9.50): Organic milk chocolate hen, speckled with dark and milk chocolate. I got one of these last years and they’re an absolute treat!
- Chococo Giant Milk Chocolate Dinosaur Studded Easter Egg (400 g -£25.00): Venezualan milk chocolate with a surprise inside! WHite chocolate dinosaur and dark chocolate ammonites for the fossil lovers.
- Rococo The Period Egg (360 g – £32.95): Smooth milk chocolate with a hint of sea salt and cocoa dusted salted caramel truffles. This egg was created in support of the charity Bloody Good Period. They supply essential period products to asylum seekers, refugees and those who can’t afford them.
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Well, that was a list! I spent more time choosing than to write this Easter Egg guide because I couldn’t make up my mind!