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  • Good vibes

    Gluten-free with a keepsake shell, Booja Booja’s truffle egg is the ethical choice (£24.99, abelandcole.co.uk)

  • Nature girl

    Covered in spring blooms, Betty’s hand decorated large egg is almost too sweet to eat (£49.95, bettys.co.uk).

  • Search party

    Carluccio’s has helpfully got the Easter egg hunt sorted with a ready-made ultra-cute basket (£9.95, carluccios.com).

  • Spot it

    This Prestat Hazelnut Chocolate Truffle comes in a real painted eggshell. We kid you not (£4.25, prestat.co.uk).

  • Cat’s whiskers

    Pierre Marcolini’s Alice In Wonderland Easter chocolate collection is a sight to behold (£31, uk.marcolini.com).

  • Sweet home

    Inspired by the beehives on Fortnum & Mason’s roof, this is not an egg but a work of art (£250, fortnumandmason.com).

  • C’est chic

    These metallic pleat wrapped eggs look fabulous and come in a cute cotton bowl (£64, meltchocolates.com).

  • Golden age

    The Chocolate Society’s dark chocolate egg is designed to look like hammered gold (£29.95, chocolate.co.uk).

  • Face time

    Creighton’s Chocolaterie have used delicious Belgian chocolate to create this little fella (£9, farmdrop.co.uk).

  • Zig & zag

    Whittard’s prettily packaged creation is filled with crunchy moreish minis (£10, whittard.co.uk).

  • Spot of DIY

    Our favourite egg from Cadbury’s massive selection is this decorate- it-yourself version (£4, cadburygiftsdirect.co.uk).

  • True blue

    Designed to look like real eggs from Daylesford’s legbar chicken - these are in fact filled with praline (£12, daylesford.com). 

  • Reflect on

    Unwrap Simply Chocolate’s copper egg to reveal a selection of chocolates (£34.95, harrods.com).

  • Home to roost

    Go for a central showpiece with this giant chocolate rooster from John Lewis (£10, johnlewis.com).

  • Popping up

    Monty Bojangles’ egg is filled with popping candy and butterscotch chip truffles. So moreish (£8, ocado.com).

  • In the fold

    Go for a modern twist with French chocolatier Michel Cluizel’s Origami Rabbit (£15.95, harveynichols.com).

  • Alternative mix

    Overdone the chocolate? Keep the seasonal glow with The Biscuiteers mini biscuit box (£35, biscuiteers.com).

  • Literary genius

    Behold Rococo’s tribute to Roald Dahl – an egg with six not-so-enormous crocodiles (£19.99, selfridges.com).

  • Green world

    Montezumas’ milk chocolate gift comes with eco-friendly packaging (£7.99, montezumas.co.uk).

  • Eye catching

    The excellently named Egg On My Face chocolate slab is the gift you’re looking for (£7.50, hotelchocolat.com).

  • Clucky one

    If you haven’t tried Pump Street Bakery chocolate then this hen is a good place to start (£12 for box of two, pumpstreetbakery.com).

  • All ears

    Lindt has created a giant 1kg version of their iconic gold bunny. It’ll last till Christmas (£35, waitrose.com).

  • Small luxuries

    Charbonnel et Walker’s chocolate selection box has a treat for everyone (£35, charbonnel.co.uk).

  • Wild side

    Illustrated by artist Bibi King-Harman, this egg hides delicious mini eggs (£12.99, artisanduchocolat.com).

  • Bottoms up

    Despite appearances, Choc On Choc’s Easter bunny basket is filled with chocolate (£9.99, choconchoc.co.uk).

  • Pretty in pink

    Embrace spring’s colour palette with Godiva’s Easter egg filled with four foil minis (£18, godivachocolates.co.uk).

  • Wrap it up

    The always beautifully presented Butler’s egg is our go-to for white chocolate (£10, butlerschocolates.com).

  • Fruit loop

    Studded with raspberry in its dark chocolate shell, this is almost one of your five-a-day (£5, divinechocolate.com/uk).

  • In the bag

    It is impossible to go grocery shopping at the moment without picking up these. Fact (80p, asda.com).

  • Take flight

    Lick The Spoon has an array of hand-painted pieces including this art nouveau dragonfly (£85, lickthespoon.co.uk).

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