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The best Easter eggs to send by post

Looking for a last-minute Easter egg delivery? Discover our top Easter eggs to send by post, including vegan Easter eggs and kids Easter eggs.

Celebrate Easter Sunday with these showstopping Easter eggs you can post. Whether you’re scrambling for a last-minute gift or just looking for an alternative to supermarket offerings, we’ve found the best eggs you can send.

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Order Easter eggs online with these brilliant options – we’ve selected vegan, free-from, kids’ and fairtrade varieties, as well as unique white chocolate and golden blonde chocolate offerings. Find choices for every budget, from luxury eggs to gifts under £10.

A number of our top picks are available for next-day delivery and free UK delivery.

For more treats to send by post, see our top letterbox-friendly gifts. We’ve also rounded up the best supermarket Easter eggs.

Where to order Easter eggs online

As demand for online delivery is so high this year, we’re doing our best to keep on top of products going out of stock and are removing products from this page when they become unavailable. If you spot anything we’ve missed, please get in touch at goodfoodwebsite@immediate.co.uk. 

Hotel Chocolat

The ultimate treat for chocolate lovers, Hotel Chocolat has something for everyone. These luxury Easter eggs are a real treat and full of unique flavours. We particularly love the decadent Extra Thick range – hearty chocolate eggs full of a selection of truffles, all set in gorgeous tin packaging.

The rocky road egg is made of solid caramel milk chocolate and encrusted with puffed rice and cookie pieces. It’s full of truffles, ranging in flavours from pecan praline to caramel cheesecake and chocolate orange. If salted caramel isn’t for you, try their dark chocolate (£29) or pink champagne (£29) versions.

Available from Hotel Chocolat (£29)

Chococo

Chococo takes Easter eggs to the next level with their unique designs and high-quality chocolate. One of our favourite options is the milk chocolate ocean studded Easter egg (£12.50). The outside is hand-painted with natural colouring, like spirulina, and sprinkled with edible shimmer. Crack it open to reveal fun ocean animals like turtles and starfish made from 45% Venezuela origin milk chocolate.

If turtles aren’t your thing, try the fun milk chocolate dinosaur egg (£12.50), studded with dinosaurs and fossils. We also loved the milk chocolate honeycomb egg (£12.50) and the delicious gold chocolate gems egg (£12.50). The packaging for these eggs is completely plastic-free, making it a great sustainable option. Chococo certainly knows how to craft stunning, handmade Easter egg with innovative designs and flavours.

Available from Chococo (£12.50)

Green & Black’s

Green & Blacks milk chocolate Easter egg

This legendary chocolate brand is a classic staple for a reason. The well-refined chocolate is made with 37% cocoa, delivering a rich, full flavour profile. The thick shell has a great snap and the velvety texture is super luxurious. The egg comes in an elegant box with beautiful watercolour detailing.

Green & Blacks is committed to ethically sourced chocolate and is certified fair-trade. The Easter range is available for next-day UK delivery. It’s a classic, no-frills crowd-pleaser – a gift anyone would love.

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Lindt Lindor

You can’t go wrong with a classic Lindt offering on Easter Sunday. This creamy milk chocolate is great for those with a very sweet tooth.

If you’re a fan of the Lindor truffles, you’ll love the white, milk and dark mini eggs that accompany the egg, filled with truffle ganache. We love that it all comes in plastic-free packaging, too.

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Betty’s Tea Room

Betty's milk chocolate Easter egg

This stunning, milk chocolate egg is hand-decorated with delicate bluebells, daffodils and other spring flowers. It’s packaged in a gorgeous pastel box – a true treat to open on Easter Sunday. It’s a generous size and stands up on its own, making for a spectacular Easter centrepiece.

The Swiss Grand Cru milk chocolate tastes very refined, it isn’t too sweet and has a great snap. It’s stippled with dark chocolate, providing contrast, and finished with chocolate piping around the edges. We love the ornate decoration and attention to detail.

Betty’s has a fantastic selection of Easter eggs in a variety of price ranges. We also love the festive Happy Easter egg (£15.75), this crunchy hazelnut & almond egg (£7) and a letterbox-friendly flat egg (£10.50).

Available from Betty’s (£28)

The Chocolate Libertine

This blonde chocolate egg makes for a superb Easter egg delivery – crack open the speckled egg to reveal a handful of peanut clusters inside. Our panel absolutely loved the rich, toffee flavour of the chocolate paired with the beautifully caramelised, salty peanuts, which provide a contrasting texture to the creamy, indulgent chocolate.

The packaging is simple and tasteful, the egg carefully nestled in a bed of paper hay. This truly luxurious egg comes in under £15 – a great value buy for handmade artisanal chocolate.

Available from The Chocolate Libertine (£12.95)

Prestat

Treat yourself to this boozy pink popping prosecco egg from Prestat for a next level Easter gift. This indulgent milk chocolate egg is lined with a pink chocolate layer for a surprise centre. It’s loaded with fizzing crystals to capture the effect of effervescent bubbles.

The egg also comes with a bag of delicate mini truffles, filled with dark chocolate ganache. The truffles pack a punch with a strong alcoholic kick and rich, creamy centres.

We loved the luxurious pink and gold foiled packaging, with gorgeous artwork on the outside. Prestat also offers a range of other decadent boozy flavours, from Marc de Champagne to gin & tonic.

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Bailey’s

Looking for a boozy Easter egg gift this year? This deluxe salted caramel milk chocolate egg is infused with everyone’s favourite Irish cream liqueur. The creamy milk chocolate is offset by the crispy caramel pieces, which add both texture and flavour.

The four chocolate truffles really stood out to our testers. We loved the gooey caramel centre with a warming boozy kick of Bailey’s. They’re decorated with a golden shimmer on top for added indulgence. Try the Bailey’s strawberries and cream Easter egg (£14.30) if you’re looking for fruity option.

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Easter eggs to order online for kids

M&S

M&S is the perfect place to order a kids Easter egg online. They have an extensive range of Easter gifts available online this year from letterbox hampers (£15) to vegan gift bags (£20). But the true show stopper this year has to be this giant white chocolate Percy Pig™ with jazzy trousers (£10). Everyone’s favourite pig looks fantastic in his festive Easter outfit made from rainbow sprinkles.

Kids will also love this Percy Pig™ and Colin the Caterpillar Easter egg set (£10). Parents can split this set between two kids as each egg comes with a fun bonus. The milk chocolate Percy Pig™ egg comes with a pack of iconic Percy Pig™ sweets and the Colin the Caterpillar egg comes with a pack of white chocolate Colin faces. There’s truly something everyone.

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Montezuma’s

Montezuma’s hens are the perfect gift options for kids and adults alike. They’re made from creamy, organic, 35% milk chocolate, speckled with white and dark chocolate.

If you’re looking to go all out, this giant milk chocolate egg with two chicks (£30) is a must. We also loved the moreish chocolate mini eggs (£4.50) filled peanut butter. The 100% biodegradable and recyclable packaging is an added bonus. Who wouldn’t love waking up to this Easter egg delivery on Sunday morning?

Available from Montezuma’s (£9.50)

Tony Chocolonely

Order Easter eggs online with this cheerful miniature egg selection. This cult-favourite brand shrunk down their best-selling bars into a variety pack, perfect for gifting or an egg hunt.

While small in size, they’re loaded with powerful flavours like nougat, hazelnut, caramel, almond, sea-salt and pretzel toffee. The variety guarantees there’s a flavour everyone will love. The festive egg carton packaging makes for a playful gift for under a fiver.

Our panel thought it was a fantastic budget option, Tony’s is committed to sourcing ethical chocolate, making it an Easter egg delivery you can feel good about.

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Cocoba

White chocolate fans rejoice. This Belgian white chocolate egg from Cocoba is the perfect Easter egg delivery. Our panel loved the smooth and creamy texture of the white chocolate, which has the perfect amount of sweetness. We thought the egg was a generous size and the shell was just the right thickness.

The best part though is the super colourful candy-coated centre, which kids will love – this fun addition not only looks impressive but also adds texture with crunchy candy shells.

The minimal packaging really shows off the brilliant springtime colours – a great option for an Easter egg by post.

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Vegan Easter eggs to order online

Love Cocoa

Go all out this Easter with the luxury egg complete with gourmet truffles. The 70% cacao dark chocolate is flecked with hand-harvested crunchy sea salt flakes. The salt really enhances the flavour of the rich dark chocolate and adds a sharp kick. It’s a generous size, so should keep you happily snacking for days. We especially loved the hazelnut truffles made with 72% dark Peruvian chocolate. The soft ganache filling is covered in flakes of dark chocolate and infused with hazelnut flavour.

The vegan range also includes a smaller sea salt dark chocolate egg (£12). Non-vegan options include a deluxe prosecco milk chocolate egg (£36) complete with pink gin truffles or a milk chocolate salted caramel egg (£12). Love Cocoa offers a great range of luxury eggs with something for everyone.

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Happi

Looking for a vegan easter egg that’s not dark chocolate? We’ve finally found a great milk chocolate alternative with these deliciously creamy oat milk chocolate eggs. These ethically made Easter eggs are free from dairy, gluten and soya, plus they’re lower in sugar than most brands.

The plain milk version is suitable for most tastes, the texture is spot on and the flavour isn’t too sweet. The orange chocolate has a citrusy kick that’s not too overpowering or artificial. Our favourite, however, was the salted caramel egg with a sweet flavour and salty bite. The eggs are available individually (£10), in a a double pack (£15) or a triple pack (£22.50).

Available from Happi (£10)

NOMO

Those with food allergies don’t have to feel left out this Easter Sunday. This vegan Easter egg is free from dairy, eggs, gluten and nuts. Our team loved the fruit crunch version, loaded with juicy raisins and airy crisped rice pieces. We found the chocolate to be surprisingly creamy and smooth for something dairy-free.

Other flavour options include the new hazelnot crunch, caramel & sea salt and classic milk chocolate. These eggs are a generous size and include an extra chocolate bar, which makes them a great value at £6.They’re great all-rounders for anyone following a plant based or gluten-free diet.

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Cox & Co.

Cox & Co. is small brand specialising in sustainable chocolate – perfect for those searching for an eco-friendly gift. This vegan Easter egg is made from 85% cacao dark chocolate and a sprinkling of raw cacao nibs.

The packaging contains no single-use plastic. It’s made from fully biodegradable card, vegetable-based inks and compostable film bags, made from wood pulp sourced from managed locations.

Available from Amazon (£9.99)

Divine Chocolate

Our panel loved this scrumptious vegan Easter egg complete with mini eggs. The chocolate has a great texture with smooth creaminess. The thickness of the shell is just right, with a lovely crisp snap.

The 70% dark chocolate is made without any animal products. This dairy-free Easter egg is FairTrade and made without palm oil. The minimal cardboard packaging is an attractive pastel yellow colour, evoking the feeling of springtime.

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This review was last updated in March 2021. If you have any questions, suggestions for future reviews or spot anything that has changed in price or availability, please get in touch at goodfoodwebsite@immediate.co.uk.

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