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This chocolate balloon’s basket is filled with eggs in sparkling wine, gin and elderflower flavours.
Harrods’ chocolate sponge is topped with salted caramel and a dark chocolate mousse.
Daenerys Targaryen needs an Easter egg? Go for this one, complete with chilli bites.
This dark-chocolate egg is not only studded with cherry pieces but comes with cherry truffles too.
Betty’s white-chocolate egg is hand-decorated with bluebells, narcissi and little bees.
Say it Loud
Biscuiteers’ tin of 24 hand-iced chocolates is ideal if you’re forced to share your Easter sweets.
Booja Booja’s dairy-free almond and sea salt caramel truffles are a vegan must-buy.
Prepare to leave a trail of foil behind you from Carluccio’s jar of moreish milk-chocolate eggs.
Crack open the Pollock-esque shell to find six lovely white chocolate unicorns.
The Chocolate Society has hand-painted the zebra stripes on its Into The Wild egg.
Keep in Check
This limited-edition Claridge’s egg (only 100 exist) contains handmade salted-caramel gull’s eggs.
All hail Cocoa Bean Company’s milk chocolate slab – it’s an absolute delight.
Coco Chocolatier’s cockatoo praline eggs are all you need for your basket.
The heart of Easter in the UK: a Cadbury’s Creme Egg straight from the fridge.
Daylesford has an enviable Easter range including this organic milk-chocolate hare.
Divine and Joe & Seph have teamed up to create this tasty, Fairtrade popcorn egg.
Five for One
Weighing in at 1.4kg, Fortnum & Mason’s Colossal Egg contains five separate layers.
The Thick of It
Hotel Chocolat is all about extra-thick eggs, such as this white chocolate delight.
Lick The Spoon is your go-to for cute eggs and grown-up delights.
Lindt has given its iconic bunny a limited-edition floral makeover – very Miu Miu s/s 2018.
Hole in One
Marks & Spencer’s Burrowing Bunny design might be our favourite of the year.
Draw a Blank
Devour Melt Chocolate’s egg, then decorate the card bunny it comes in.
£21.50 each, meltchocolates.com
Created for the National Trust, this egg is topped with chocolate beans and mini eggs.
Choc master Pierre Marcolini channels artist René Magritte with his behatted bunny.
Little Red Hen
Pierre Hermé’s chocolate chicken is inspired by 19th-century sculptor François Pompon.
Take a Bow
Marrying a prosecco shell with popping pink truffles, Prestat has made the perfect decadent egg.
Teapigs has partnered with Rococo to create this incredible green matcha chocolate egg.
Selfridges’ egg is a work of art with its confetti platter from chocolatier Al Garnsworthy.
Hide and Seek
Scatter these chocolate treats about your house. Remember: egg hunts aren’t just for kids…
Heart of Stone
Waitrose’s clever avocado egg boasts a Belgian chocolate shell and stone with white chocolate flesh.