After spending last Easter in lockdown we have all certainly earned a treat this year. While the idea of a big celebratory family dinner may still not be on the cards this year, it doesn’t mean we can’t send yummy gifts to our loved ones or even treat ourselves. So go big this Easter with one (or more) of these luxurious Easter eggs!
They are all available on Amazon to make it extra easy to post out to friends and family.
The ultimate luxurious Easter gift. Hotel Chocolat’s classic ostrich egg is made with half 40% milk chocolate packed with crunchy cookies and puffed rice and half 50% milk chocolate with crispy feuilletine. Along with the indulgent chocolate it is served with a tray of 27 chocolates – pralines, truffles. Plenty to share with all the family, to make a grand gesture to someone special – or to keep you going all Easter.
This is not just any Lindt bunny at 40cm high this is a GIANT Lindt gold bunny. This Lindt bunny comes in a very sweet little box and is bound to impress anyone receiving it. Also great for something to share!
If the special someone you are buying for loves boozy chocolate then this Baileys salted caramel Easter egg with four gold shimmered truffles is the perfect combination of chocolate and creamy indulgence.
This Cox&Co egg means you don’t have to choose between indulgent or ethical. Their Easter treats are 100% sustainable and this raw cacao egg is dairy-free making it suitable for both vegan and vegetarian diets. All the packaging is made from fully biodegradable card, vegetable-based inks, and compostable film bags made from wood pulp sourced from managed locations, meaning there is no single-use plastic used. Guilt-Free Easter!
Hotel Chocolat’s Easter-inspired recipes from Boozy Simnel Cake to Strawberries & Cream nestle with real Champagne truffles, super-smooth pistachio pralines, and creamy macadamia in salted caramel. Each egg is an individual work of art, the colours of spring are all-natural, with nothing artificial. Gilded foil adds a splash of spring luxury. On Chocolate for every day of April, almost like an easter advent calendar.
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