'Tis the season to indulge. Here are some of our favourites.
Daylesford is the go-to Easter shop for some very beautiful and tasteful chocolate treats
Bee-keepers Egg from Daylesford, £80.
These Praline Chocolate Farm Animals are DELICIOUS. Daylesford £10
Could he be any cuter ? Head to Selfridges and grab this Melt Bunny Egg. £21.50
All wrapped up in ribbon. A perfect egg from Laduree, £17.
Booja Booja chocolates are strangely delicious for dairy free. We LOVE the ice cream! This Almond and Sea Salt Egg with Caramel Chocolate Truffles is right at the top of my list. £26.99.
Simple but oh so delicious from Liberty this egg made by The Chocolate Society is a real treat. £29.95
Fortnums always pulls out the stops at Easter this being no exception and they are the place to go for grown-up goodies. These decorated eggs (there are 3 of them in milk chocolate, dark choc and white) are almost too beautiful to eat. £45
and if someone feels like going for it their hamper is enough to put Father Christmas in the shade, £60.
Rococo has created an egg for all Roald Dahl fans. The Enormous Crocodile egg is a delight. Rococo £25.
Chocolate creatures galore at a&u fave the Hill St chocolate shop in Saffron Walden. Just loving the snorkelling duck. Order online.
The Exquisite Birdcage delight carved with lasers! A brilliant egg from Aldi. Buy in-store. £14.99.
Godiva Shops personalise your own pair of these crazy 'Alter Eggo' creatures:
Godiva Chocolates £4.50 per pair.
A first from IKEA the Flat Pack Bunny! There's also lots of Easter activities in store over the holidays which are worth a look. A bargain at £2.95.
We just couldn't resist him - egg shaped Marshmallow Sheep. £34.99 Choccywoccydoodah