Easter is here (almost!) and lots of us will be tucking into a chocolate egg – or two. There is lots of choice to suit all tastes and budgets, and one store who never fail to impress with their Easter delights is M&S.
Of course, there are always (hot cross) bun fights over anything Percy Pig but here are a few alternatives to the famously cute piggy.
Kylie Koala 135g £5
This little cutie will appeal to children. An alternative to the more traditional bunny and chick shapes, Kylie Koala brings a touch sunshine to Easter with its bright, colourful packaging and lovable face which almost looks too good to eat!
Eggstremely Thick Chocolatey Speckled Egg 345g £8
This egg will appeal to older children, teens or beyond. The sheer amount of thick chocolate will suit any chocoholic and it is dappled throughout with mini speckled eggs and crunchy pieces. Delicious!
Extra Thick Milk & White Chocolate Egg 500g £12
This egg is sophisticated, both in style and substance. Clean lines with just the M&S branding for design, it sells itself. A luxurious combination of extra thick Belgian milk and white chocolate. Why choose when you can have both?
Fruit and Nut Milk Chocolate Lattice Egg 405g £15
The fruit and nut lattice egg has been a staple on the M&S Easter menu for the last couple of years, with this truly grown up option offering true chocolate decadence. The design would not look amiss in an art gallery, and the chocolate is studded with jewel like fruits and crunchy nuts.
All these eggs and more, including dairy free options can be found here: https://www.marksandspencer.com/c/easter