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A geometric bunny filled with almond praline eggs: sign us up.
£34, in store only, Lechocolat- Alain Ducasse
Want a giant ostrich-sized Easter egg? Then Moser Roth have fulfilled your dreams.
Slice of history
Bettys Tea Rooms is 100 and to celebrate they’ve released this beautiful Centenary egg.
Reel in a dark or white chocolate take on the traditional Italian Easter symbol that is the fish.
Marilyn the hen is decorated with curcumin, spirulina and beetroot. Vera is her vegan mate.
A handpainted tiger print egg is perfect for those of a fashion disposition.
£14.95, The Chocolate Libertine
The Chocolate Society has made this deceptive coconut egg from white chocolate.
Dairy-free aficionados should try Daylesford’s lemon and sea salt egg with cornflower petals.
In honour of Game Of Thrones’ finale, Deliveroo has invented a 20cm-high dragon egg.
To match their chocolate asparagus, Fortnum & Mason present a praline scotch egg.
£15.95, Fortnum and Mason
No milk or gluten; made with certified cocoa: So Free is the white chocolate egg.
£2.99, Holland and Barrett
Taking eggs to a whole new level is Harrods’ layered design that can only be bought in store.
Sunny side up
Created by Bath-based Choc On Choc, this egg on toast is incredibly realistic.
£8.95, Harvey Nichols
Ikea proves it has the best sense of humour with this self-assembly Vårkänsla chocolate bunny.
Stas Chocolatier’s crisp white egg with pretty flowers is exclusive to John Lewis & Partners
£10, John Lewis
This hand-painted egg contains Booja-Booja’s addictive Almond and Sea Salt Caramel Truffles.
A feat of engineering, this sculptural egg comes with ginsecco and chocolate mini eggs.
Pack it in
A bunny, an egg and some chocolates - an Easter hunt in a basket in other words.
£14, Lily O’Briens
No Easter hunt would be complete without Lindt’s limited-edition flower- covered gold bunny.
Van Gogh loved London parks, and Melt London have created this vegan egg in tribute.
£89, Melt Chocolates
With a biodegradable paper shell, Montezuma’s butterscotch egg cares for the environment.
Popping up to show some love, the Pierre Marcolini bunnies are so good.
£9, in store only Eu Marcolini
Pink of health
Prestat gives the ruby chocolate trend a twist with its new egg and salted caramel truffles.
Simply the best
Pump Street Chocolate and Present & Correct’s egg is filled with handy retro erasers.
£35, Pump Street Chocolate
Oh (little) my
Rococo’s milk chocolate egg boxes are decorated with Moomins and make perfect keepsakes.
£25, Rococo Chocolates
Work of art
Direct from Conwy in Wales, Baravelli’s for Selfridges eggs are pure joy in cocoa.
Give Bruce the milk chocolate bunny a home this Easter… he’s too cute to leave on the shelf.
Venchi’s Gran Gourmet egg has a chocolate and toffee shell with cocoa nibs and raspberry inside.
Hailing from Cornwall and filled with fudge, Buttermilk’s sea salt and caramel egg is magic.
Line 'em up
Ready-to-dip milk chocolate eggs + hazelnut praline soldiers = hell yes.
£8, Hotel Chocolat
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