Our pick of the best chocolate Easter treats!

Our pick of the best chocolate Easter treats!

Editor's favourite

The Tesco Finest the Coconut Egg, £10, is a real show-stopper. Designed to look like a coconut, it's actually cocoa-dusted white chocolate, and comes with five tempting coconut truffles. We hoovered this one up in a flash!

Best for...enjoying with a cuppa

Biscuit fans will go crazy for the Co op's Fairtrade Milk Chocolate Cookie Egg, £5, which has crunchy biccie chunks mixed into the chocolate - we loved it.

Best for...sophistication

This Elizabeth Shaw Dark Mint Crisp Egg, £10, from Asda, Waitrose and Ocado, is a winner for mint fans. Not only does it come with 12 mint crisp chocolates, but the dark egg is also infused with minty pieces.

Best for...dinosaur fans

This Choccy Saurus, £7.99, from Squire's Garden Centres is a roar-some treat for little ones

Best for...praline

You can't go wrong with Guylian Sea Shells, and this Large Sea Shell Egg, £12, has its own full-sized box. Available in all good supermarkets.

Best for...fruit fans

The raspberry pieces mixed into this Divine Raspberry Dark Chocolate Egg, £5, give it a lovely tang that's perfect for anyone who doesn't like their chocolate too sweet.

Best for...decadence

This Salted Caramel Hen's Egg, £19.99, from paul.a.young fine chocolate may look small, but it packs a mighty punch when it comes to flavour. The rich treat comes with its own egg cup and spoon so you don't get too sticky when you dive in. Order on 020 7437 001.

Best for...a centre piece

It's hard to believe that this Asda Extra Special Belgian Milk Chocolate Golden Egg with truffles is only £8 - it would look lovely as a centrepiece on your Easter dining table.


Best for...going nuts


If you love hazelnuts then this Lindt Master Chocolatier Collection Hazelnut Egg, £19.99, is the one for you. It tastes amazing, although it doesn't come with any extras and it's very crumbly - eat with care.

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