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Words: Francesca Brown
Cutter & Squidge’s bunny is filled with Belgian chocolate ganache; spoon required (£12.50, cutterandsquidge.com).
Lick The Spoon’s gorgeous egg celebrates 50 years since the Summer of Love (£85, lickthespoon.co.uk).
Praline delights from La Maison du Chocolat come in lamb, cow and bunny form (£25, lamaisonduchocolat.fr).
Bulgari has designed a chocolate masterpiece from 66% cacao dark chocolate (£26, London only, bulgarihotels.com).
Betty’s Tea Room milk chocolate badger is made from Swiss Grand Cru chocolate – head first! (£20, bettys.co.uk)
Cadbury’s hollow rabbit has been giving a once over with popping candy – hop to it (£1.49, cadburygiftsdirect.co.uk).
Rococo’s eggs are made from cocoa grown on their own Grococo farm in Grenada (£16.50, rococochocolates.com).
Pierre Marcolini has created a stunning selection of Japanese dolls (£125, in store only, uk.marcolini.com).
In honour of French sculptor François Pompon comes a cocoa tribute to his work (from £29, pierreherme.com).
This box of sugared eggs from Carluccio’s looks pretty and taste ah-mazing (£7.95, carluccios.com).
A crate of six chocolate eggs: two dark, two milk and two white – just what we wanted (£35, rchocolatelondon.co.uk).
Have you ever seen anything so pretty as Fortnum & Mason’s hand-decorated egg? (£39.95, fortnumandmason.com)
Prestat’s new addition is inspired by spiced hot cross buns: ticking two items off your Easter list (£17.50, prestat.co.uk).
Blonde chocolate with a white chocolate yolk from The Chocolate Society. Clever (£29.95, chocolate.co.uk).
The Champagne truffles in this Booja Booja egg are vegan, organic and gluten-free (£9.99, ethicalsuperstore.com)
Get artistic with this design by Bodrato, inspired by expressionist paintings (£19.95, harveynichols.com).
Hide chocolate chicks around the house and let the egg hunt begin (£9.95 for six, in store only, paulayoung.co.uk).
Harrods have an amazing selection but this Camille Walala collaboration is a work of art (£350, harrods.com).
What looks like an egg? A coconut, of course! Made from chocolate and with mini eggs to boot (£20, choconchoc.co.uk).
Lindt’s iconic bunny has been upsized to a whopping 1kg – little ones still hopping about too (£35, waitrose.com).
Marks and Spencer do the best kids’ eggs but it’s Laidback Lamb that’s got us tickled (£15, marksandspencer.com).
This egg is half matcha and sea salt caramel; half cherry and poppy seed. Ingenious (£18, paxtonchocolate.com).
With William Morris-influenced packaging, Charbonnel et Walker’s egg is for elegant friends (£26, charbonnel.co.uk).
You are a unicorn! You’re not... but your Easter egg with multi-coloured sprinkles could be (£3.50, tesco.com).
Budding paleontologists will enjoy Chococo’s Dorset-inspired dinosaur and shell design (£10.95, chococo.co.uk).
For the lactose intolerant, there is the thoughtful and delicious Moo Free egg (£4.99, hollandandbarrett.com).
Hotel Chocolat’s Caught On The Hop slab is charming and 40% cocoa. Tuck in (£8, hotelchocolat.com)
One of only 200, this beauty is by award- winning chocolatier Al Garnsworthy (£29.99, selfridges.com).
With five eggs in flavours like honeycomb crisp and mixed berry, Butlers’ box is ideal for sharing (£12, johnlewis.com).