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Friday 26 December 2014

The 10 best Easter eggs

Asda Giant Belgian Chocolate Egg £10, asda.com
This creamy 1kg giant has just been named best Easter Egg by the Good Housekeeping Institute
Betty's Lily of the Valley Easter Egg £19.95, bettys.co.uk
Flavoured with Lily of the Valley. More associated with soap, not chocolate, but works well
Waitrose Belgian Milk Chocolate & Jelly Drops £3.50, waitrose.com
Coming in at just 150g, this little number is an ideal first Easter egg. It has jelly drops to share too
Charbonnel et Walker Dark Chocolate Egg with Champagne Truffles £9.99, lakeland.co.uk
Filled with handmade Marc de Champagne truffles to die for
Prestat Sea Salt Caramel Truffle Easter Egg £14, prestat.co.uk
Sea-salted caramel is all the rage in the world of confectionery and Prestat's new recipe is a hit
Green & Black's Butterscotch Egg £6.59, greenandblacksdirect.com
Organic and fairtrade, it's also hard to fault their taste, with crunchy pieces of butterscotch
Divine Milk Chocolate Egg £3, divinechocolate.com
Here's another ethically sourced cocoa egg for chocoholics with a conscience. This one is a bargain, considering how tasty it is
M&S Luxury Egg Nest £15, marksandspencer.com
Torn between milk and dark chocolate? This velvety milk chocolate egg in a dark-chocolate nest, will satisfy both needs
Hotel Chocolat The Eggsibitionist £26, hotelchocolat.co.uk
Filled with 12 scrumptious mini eggs, the presentation is fabulous, too - a ribbon-tied hatbox
Thorntons Egg Hunt Mini Eggs £5.99, thorntons.co.uk
Hide this bumper pack of mini eggs all around the house for a few moment's peace and quiet

From salted caramel to ethically sourced cocoa, our guide to top chocolate eggs this Easter.

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