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Tuesday 26 March 2013

Eggciting Easter Treats

Tis the time to celebrate! Roast lamb, four day weekends and a great big load of chocolate. Here are the pick of the best chocolate eggs around. Some of them will need ordering today if you want the Easter bunny to deliver them by Friday.

Hotel Chocolat have gone all sophisticated with their very dapper Easter bunny. This little chocolate egg and egg cup set is a tenner, or you can buy two for £18.

The suited up rabbit also featured on this box of Easter egg chocolates, they've got tasty fillings like champagne truffle and pecan praline. You can have my orange ones. Bleurgh.

I want a honeycomb disco egg! It's £14.95 from Lick the Spoon.

The selection at Fortnum's is surprisingly rubbish, so instead let's have a look at what poshness Selfridge's have on offer. They're stocking Booja Booja, which is great news for coeliac readers as they're gluten free. And they look blimmin' lovely. This giant egg is £29.99 and it's filled with organic truffles. Smaller Booja Booja eggs start at £12.99.

This raspberry milk chocolate egg is full of praline mini eggs. I don't want any part of Easter eggs that don't have anything in them. You can buy this egg for £25 from The Chocolate Tree.

Don't fancy an egg? Then this dark chocolate bunny is the perfect option. He's £22 from Madame Oiseau.

Or how about an old spot pig?

This is the poshest, prettiest Easter egg (and the priciest at £39.99). It's by Farga and the outer shell is decorated with a gorgeous antique design. Inside there's a chocolate egg filled with mini eggs. It's like the Russian doll of the Easter world.

But instead, I'm opting for this Harrods sweetie egg. It's got fried eggs and gummy bears in it! It's £24,95 and will give you a sugar high until the bank holiday Monday.

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