Easter is just a few days away and is a time for tucking into chocolate treats.
Here at FN, we know all you fashion-easters aren’t just content with receiving the usual egg-shaped chocolate treats *yawn*.
We’re celebrating with our pick of delicious delights and have hunted down the most fabulous chocolate creations out there. Here is our guide to the tastiest and most stylish eggs around this Easter (be prepared to drool):
This milk chocolate egg from Bettys is totally on trend for this Spring. The pastel, floral decorations are similar to designs seen on every S/S 14 catwalk.
Inspired by designs from vintage Bettys Easter eggs, this hand decorated chocolate treat is a great value luxury egg.
What more can you want than a big chocolate egg, in a pink box and finished with a big pastel pink bow? This yummy egg, filled with Charbonnel Et Walker’s bestselling pink champagne truffles, would make the perfect gift for any wife, girlfriend, mother, sister or daughter.
This year Hotel Chocolat have gone against all of our Easter expectations and made their eggs extra thick. That means even more chocolate to scoff! This egg combines the best of both worlds as it has one half milk chocolate and one half dark chocolate AND is filled with a selection of liquor truffles. Also if you order online now you can get a free gift if you spend over £35.
This is the ultimate in luxury Easter eggs. Presented in a beautiful box, the egg itself is made with Valrhona milk chocolate, and lined with an edible gold leaf.
Once you’ve finished the egg, pull out the drawer at the bottom of the box to reveal a tray of delectable truffles. But that’s not all. Inside the egg there is a final surprise: a limited edition necklace designed by Alex Monroe.
Buying this egg will give a totally tasty treat and a beautiful accessory to keep.
Marks & Spencer never fails to impress with their seasonal chocolate selection and this is certainly no exception. This beautiful rose gold egg is the ideal Easter accessory.
The hand-piped design is intricate, detailed and almost too good to eat. Almost, but not quite.