`With the annual visit from the bunny just around the corner, we take a look at some of the best luxury Easter eggs to indulge your sweet tooth. From works of art to something for those that prefer a savoury option, there’s a luxury Easter egg for all…
This luxury egg, which looks more like a work of art, consists of smooth 70 percent dark chocolate infused with Tasmanian peppermint oil and scattered with mint shards.
As well as looking fab, this specially designed egg is also vegan friendly and is presented in a recyclable acetate box.
Last year this unique looking egg became the supermarket’s fastest ever selling Easter treat and would make a brilliant gift for any avocado aficionado.
Although looking remarkably like an avocado, the egg is all chocolate and consists of a smooth chocolate shell, white chocolate ‘flesh’ made green with natural colouring and a chunky cocoa-dusted ‘stone’.
Mix your celebratory drink and chocolate with this lovely looking egg. The Proseggo egg is a luxury milk chocolate egg infused with raspberry, blackcurrant and prosecco – perfect for those fizz lovers in your life.
As well as sounding amazing, it also looks great with a hand decorated swirl design resembling a rose.
If you’re not a chocoholic and would much prefer a savoury egg this Easter then Sainsbury’s has come up trumps with this Cheesalicious Easter egg.
Made up of spreadable cheese – sourced from Lancashire farms – and suitable for vegetarians, the egg also comes with mini oatcakes and a sachet of caramelised onion chutney.
Aldi Specially Selected Exquisite Birdcage £14.99
When it comes to luxury Easter eggs, it doesn’t get much fancier than this. Almost too pretty to eat, this Selected Exquisite Birdcage is intricately carved from milk chocolate and finished with an edible metallic lustre.
Exclusively crafted for Aldi by the same master chocolatiers used in Fortnum and Mason, the dark chocolate luxury Easter egg is complete with sel de Guérande salted caramel flakes and Feuilletine pieces (broken up pieces of dried caramelized crêpes).
If you’re a fan of this cute golden Easter staple then the 1kg version is sure to delight. This is the largest gold chocolate bunny in the Lindt family, and is perfect for sharing.
As with the other chocolatey animals, the bunny is carefully created using the finest ingredients by the Lindt Master Chocolatiers, and it comes in a pretty presentation box.
Really celebrate Easter in style with this decadent chocolate egg, filled with Prestat’s iconic Marc de Champagne Truffles.
These classic truffles were first created by the Dufour family and are made with Marc de Champagne produced from the grapes of Épernay, the capital of Champagne.
The truffles are created when the Champagne whipped-cream ganache is piped into a milk chocolate shell that is then dusted in fine icing sugar. Delicious!
Why not indulge with some award-winning chocolate from Perthshire’s Highland Chocolatier this Easter? This handmade egg consists of single-origin Sao Tome 70 perecent dark chocolate that has been decorated with a drizzle of milk chocolate.
Each unique egg is presented along with six Belgian Praline eggs in a bag and hand tied with ribbon.
Combining gin and prosecco, this sculptural Easter egg from Lidl is being dubbed a ‘supermarket first’ and we are definitely adding it to our wish lists!
The combination, which sees two of the nation’s favourite tipples meet in harmony, makes its chocolate debut with this luxury egg, which pairs Ginsecco perfectly with milk chocolate for a delicious and unique flavour.
Hand decorated with a golden lustre, the Belgian milk chocolate egg is accompanied by smooth Ginsecco and chocolate ganache mini eggs.
As with all Lidl’s own brand chocolate, the Deluxe Golden Sculpture Egg is certified UTZ, which stands for sustainable farming, so customers can rest assured their Easter treats are ethically sourced.
Not to be missed out, gin lovers can partake in a chocolate treat with this Edinburgh Gin liqueur egg, available exclusively from John Lewis.
The milk chocolate hollow egg is presented alongside a miniature of Edinburgh Gin’s elderflower liqueur – an ideal tipple for warm days either with tonic or in prosecco or cocktails.