If you're on the lookout for cheaper varieties of chocolate egg this Easter, we've found you some cracking deals that look and taste great.
Whether you're on a budget this Easter, or just want to make sure your money isn't wasted on cheap-tasting chocolate, we've got the inside scoop on the most luxurious and eye-catching eggs available to buy. While they look and taste expensive, they won't break the bank.
Irresistible egg with Cornish sea salt truffles by Co-op
Newsflash: geometric eggs are so on trend this year. Apart from being eye-catching, this milk chocolate egg from the Co-op is super smooth and rich in flavour. However, it's the accompanying truffles filled with a sticky, sea-salted caramel that really steal the show. Available from Co-op (£7).
This super indulgent white chocolate egg tastes like a creamy raspberry Pavolva without being sickly sweet. The freeze-dried raspberries create a sharp tang and a satisfying crispy texture. Available from ASDA (£7).
Aimed at children, this slightly wacky-looking treat is surprisingly moreish, so you’ll have to sit on your hands once they're in bed. Honeycomb, fudge and chocolate pieces are snuggled in a chocolate egg drizzled with even more chocolate. Kids and adults will go crazy for it. Available from Aldi (£2.99).
Never before have we come across a chocolate egg with a caramel 'yolk' that you can actually dip into. It is very sweet but a salty kick balances the flavour. Try removing the yolk, breaking up the egg and dipping the chocolate shards into it. You will be in heaven! Available from M&S (£10).
We could not resist this tempting egg sandwich, designed with 3D scans of real wholemeal bread. If milk chocolate doesn’t float your boat, Hotel Chocolat have a variety of delicious sandwiches to choose from this Easter, including white, dark, caramel, mint and even a peanut butter and banana one in homage to Elvis. Available from Hotel Chocolat (£10).
Dark chocolate avocado Easter egg by Waitrose
This super thick chocolate egg is cleverly disguised as everyone's favourite toast topper – but don't worry, it doesn't actually taste of avocado. The green chocolate is creamy and sweet and tastes lovely against the rich, dark chocolate. Available from Waitrose (£8).
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