Eggs for a really crisp Easter | Food


The only egg I want, every year, and despite strong hints that I never have, is Hotel ChocolatExtra thick milk chocolate eggs, £ 29. I love a thick egg because it’s almost impossible to break a little. At Easter, it must be milk for me and it is half 40% chocolate and half 50% with truffles in the middle. It also comes in a reusable box: positive points. For lovers of dark chocolate, the Extra Thick Rare & Vintage, £ 31, is the ideal solution.

The most surprising was Divine‘S Hot Cross Bun Egg, £ 10. You will like it or hate it: it contains raisins and spicy cookies mixed with the shell and inside there are milk chocolate eggs (which were devoured by the youngest testers). I didn’t expect to like it, I paused a bit for the tests and… I ate a lot.

If mini eggs are your thing – those little eggs in a sugar-coated shell – you might want to try Doisy & Da mThe 70% cocoa version of Good, Good Eggs, £ 1.79, which somehow alleviates the feeling of dismay when you devour an entire bag.

If you can go to a supermarket – or have a delivery window – and want to take something more exotic than the usual “street favorites”, be careful with Monty Bojangles. These eggs are good if you don’t know if you want dark chocolate or milk because the egg appeals to milk lovers and if you get one with truffles, they appeal to lovers of darker chocolate. They start at £ 10. My favorite is Choccy Scoffy.

A magnificent choice of luxury is RococoFloral egg: 72% dark chocolate flavored with rose oil and filled with creamy rose and violet creams, £ 32.95. Beautifully packaged, it is sober and elegant.


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