If you’re using Easter as an excuse to eat as much chocolate (or frankly anything sweet) as humanly possible, these are the Easter treats you wanna crack on with…

HAPPi Easter Egg Bar

Oat milk chocolate brand HAPPi is turning the traditional Easter egg into flat plant-based and gluten-free bars this year as a more sustainable alternative to the packaging-heavy eggs often found on the shelves.


Daylesford Chocolate Asparagus

Daylesford is doing something a little different by rendering another springtime symbol, the asparagus, in chocolate. These milk chocolate spears are filled with hazelnut praline and hand painted with white chocolate.


Venchi White Chocolate & Salted Nuts Egg

If you love the combo of sweet and savoury, this Venchi egg is the one for you – the inside of the white chocolate egg is coated with a crunchy layer of lightly salted pistachios, almonds and hazelnuts.


Chococo Giant Dinosaur Egg

Go digging for fossils with this mottled effect milk chocolate Chococo egg, which has mini dark and white choc dinosaurs and ammonites studded inside. It also comes in completely plastic-free packaging.


Selfridges Malty One

This exclusive-to-Selfridges egg is made from single-origin blonde chocolate sourced from a cooperative in Ghana, with malt balls added for extra crunch.


Le Chocolat Turned Egg

Le Chocolat Alain Ducasse has just launched this striking Easter egg that looks like no other on the market. Created by Le Chocolat’s Head Chocolatier Gaigneux and designed by Pierre Tachon, the ‘Turned Egg’ has a geometric look (similar to other chocolates in the range) and comes with 6 praline Easter treats.


Claridge’s Easter Egg

The Claridge’s Easter Eggs are back for 2023. Handmade from either milk, dark or white Valrhona chocolate, they’re filled with hazelnut & almond praline gull’s eggs, and then packaged in signature Claridge’s style – in Art Deco monochrome foil inside a jade green box.


Pierre Marcolini Petit Bonheurs

Pierre Marcolini is taking things back to basics this spring with these Petit Bonheurs – simple rectangles made using Grand Cru cocoa beans in hazelnut praline, coffee & almond praline, caramel praline and gianduja flavours. Don’t choose, get the box with all four in.


William Drabble’s Easter Egg

These beaut painted eggs come courtesy of Michelin starred chef William Drabble at St James’s Hotel and Club, and as well as a stunning shell, they’re filled with decadent truffles for an extra chocolate hit.

Eggslut x Get Baked Double Yolker

Eggslut has teamed up with Get Baked for an egg-stra special Easter choccy, the Double Yolker. It’s made from milk Belgian chocolate, vanilla fondant and a yellow custard fondant yolk, and you can get your hands on it in all Eggslut shops from 3rd April.



The Hummingbird Bakery Easter Cupcakes

The Hummingbird Bakery never misses out on a theme and these Easter cupcakes are right on the money. Their signature chocolate, vanilla and red velvet cupcakes are topped with cute chicks and bunnies and Easter faves like Mini Eggs and Creme Eggs.


Baratti & Milano Nocciolato Egg

If you’re nut mad then this Baratti & Milano egg from Eataly is the one you’ll wanna be cracking into this Easter. It’s made from gianduja chocolate and the inside of the shell is studded with whole hazelnuts.


Janice Wong Easter Egg Chocolate Bon Bons

Art meets chocolate in Janice Wong’s creations, including in her Easter Egg Chocolate Bon Bons. The egg-shaped choccies have all been hand painted and come in praline pop rocks, pistachio, strawberry, popcorn and basil.