Hope you are all well. Is it Spring yet? Excited for Easter? To be honest I personally left all the shopping till the last minute, including my Easter Eggs. And while looking for the perfect Easter Egg I decided to share my online finds with you.
1.Sainsburys – Godiva Milk Chocolate Easter Egg with Mini White Chocolate Praline Eggs 255g for £12 – Belgian milk chocolate egg with mini white chocolate, praline filled eggs.
2.Asda – Lindt Lindor White Chocolate Easter Egg with Strawberries and Cream Truffles 285g for £10 – Lindt white chocolate egg with Lindor white chocolate truffles with a smooth melting strawberry cream filling.
3.Waitrose – Waitrose Arabica Coffee Egg 170g for £5 – For the coffee lover there is an egg at Waitrose. A time-honoured combination, the zip and lift of coffee alongside tantalising rich milk chocolate is a marvellous marriage. This hollow chocolate egg is flavoured with fine Costa Rican coffee for even greater richness.
4.Tesco – Nestle Quality Street Matchmaker Mint Easter Egg 162G for £2 – Matchmakers Cool Mint Egg is a mint flavoured, crunchy milk chocolate egg. Sounds yummy!
5.Morrisons – Kinnerton Help For Heroes Easter Egg & Buttons 190g for £4 or 3 for £10 – this egg has been created In Support of Help for Heroes, which provides lifelong support to Service Personnel and Veterans with injuries and illness sustained while serving in the British Armed Forces. No matter when someone served, the charity gives them the support they need to live active, independent and fulfilling lives.There are thousands of servicemen and women who need support. Wounds and injuries – both physical and mental – can last a lifetime and Help for Heroes is there to help them cope with the challenges they face.Long-term recovery for beneficiaries is far more than repairing damaged bodies and minds; it’s about rebuilding lives.Thanks to the Great British public, Help for Heroes is able to be with an individual throughout their recovery by delivering recovery programmes, grants, mental health support and fellowships.They do all this at their four Help for Heroes Recovery Centres, in local communities and by supporting a network of specialist charity partners and organisations.
Kinnerton is proud to support Help for Heroes; together we are helping to rebuild lives.
To find out more go to www.helpforheroes.org.uk
6.Lidl – Something different than an Egg?How about Favorina Henrietta the Hen with Eggs 250g for £2.99?
7.Harrods – Continuing with the something different theme, Easter Salted Caramel Egg Tin 100g for £10 will do the job. Inside the tin, you’ll find a delicious selection of luxurious cocoa-dusted salted caramel truffles – perfect for an egg hunt or delicious treat for a loved one.
8.Hotel Chocolat – Mini Boozy Simnel Cake Egg Selector 6 for £3.95. These aren’t just any mini chocolate eggs. Our Mini Chocolate Orange Egg Selector has a generous glug of Amaretto and oak aged brandy, zesty orange, pinch of cinnamon. I was sold at Boozy and as they are “mini eggs” you don’t have to share them with anybody, they are all yours.
9.Aldi – I love both the Giant Milk Chocolate Bunny 450g for £3.99 which is really “Giant” and the Exquisite Imperial Egg 265g for £8.99, an engraved milk chocolate egg hand decorated with gold lustre and finished with a dark chocolate seal.
10.Marks and Spencer – if you had enough of chocolate already, how about M&S COLLECTION Gustavs Egg Diamanté Encrusted Trinket Box for £19.50. This gorgeous jewellery box is perfect for keeping jewellery and other trinkets safe.
And before it hops away catch a Lindt Gold Bunny Milk 200g for £4.99.
Happy Easter Everyone! Have a good one!