My kids are all chocaholics and one of their favourite parts of Easter is the chocolate eggs! We always do a little easter egg hunt with some small eggs and they get a big egg each too.
There is so much choice though it can be quite overwhelming deciding which egg to get them and I’m sure others feel the same. I do like to get them something special and there is a great selection at Marks & Spencer this year. We were given four of their Easter eggs to try out, here is what we thought…
Percy, Penny & Piglets…
These cute pig eggs will go down a treat with Percy Pig fans. There is quite a bit of chocolate here so maybe this could be a gift for siblings. There is also a little packet of sweets included too. The white chocolate was gorgeous, I wasn’t such a big fan of the pink chocolate, although the girls seemed to like it!
Poppy Trolls Egg
This egg is so cute! We loved the Troll’s movie and this egg really looks the part! It’s made of white chocolate flavoured with strawberry and raspberry which sounds nice but was actually a little sweet for me. I don’t think the girls really liked the taste of it either which was a shame as it was the best looking egg.
Easter Treat Activity Box
This is a great alternative to a chocolate egg. I loved how the box opened to reveal all the sweets! The box turns into a board game and there is also a cardboard die inside! I liked how the sweets were packaged in small bags too so they hopefully wouldn’t get eaten all at once! This was Little Miss J’s favourite!
Spiketail The Dinosaur
This fabulous looking chocolate dinosaur tasted just as good as he looked and came with delicious little chocolate eggs too! This was my favourite tasting egg, the chocolate was beautifully thick and delicious and creamy and it looked fabulous too!
We filmed a little video of us testing the eggs – the girls absolutely loved making this one! Head over to my YouTube channel to see more about what we thought about these eggs.
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Thank you to Marks and Spencer for providing us with these eggs free of charge for the purpose of this post.