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The Ultimate Easter Gift Guide!

The Ultimate Easter Gift Guide!

Easter’s almost here, and let’s get one thing straight. It still is and always will be about the chocolate, no matter how old you are. This year our favourite confectioners have surpassed themselves with beautiful eggs, but there are some quirky gifts out there for those not so keen on chocolate (all three of you!)

Here’s our pick of the best sweet treats to wow friends and relatives with this year…


We’ll be piggin’ out on this milk chocolate Gloucester Old Spot Pig egg, £13.95 from Bettys. Oink!

timthumb.phpSaying Get Well Soon, Congratulations or Merry Christmas with an exquisite Biscuiteers tin is always guaranteed to make you popular, but the Easter tins on offer this year are beyond compare. How on earth could you eat a lamb that cute? There’s only one way to find out… Easter family tin, £38.50


Got your godchildren coming over for Easter lunch? Panicking? This Make Your Own Chocolate House Kit is all you need for some good old fashioned playtime (sans X Box!) £15,


We just couldn’t resist these dinky little boxes full of sugar coated eggs. Personalised labels make everything that little bit more special, and Tailored Chocolates will print the message of your choice onto any of their products.


Perfect for adding to hot chocolate in this freezing weather (when will it end?!), we love these delicate pink and yellow marshmallows shaped like bunnies and chicks. £3 a bag,


Just off London’s Carnaby Street lies a magical chocolate shop fit to burst with achingly original designs. Let Humpty Dumpty have a great fall, into your mouth this Easter! Humpty Dumpty Chocolate Eggs With Filled Shells, £24.95, Lucky’s

BB0020-xlPlanning a night out over the Bank Holiday? The Chocolate Library have come up with a hangover cure that involves chocolate. We’re sold. Hungover Gift Bundle, £11.99,


Homemade, American-style cookies just got easier. Try these pretty jars full of handy pre-measured ingredients and you’ll never look back – we highly recommend the Chill & Chocolate flavour. £15, Adra at


Ok, so the idea of eating rabbit droppings might be a little distasteful, but these are a must try for coffee lovers. Truly delicious… you’ll just have to trust us on this one. Milk Chocolate Dirty Bunnies, £6.95, Rococo


Thanks to The Original Cake Pop Company, you can now make your own cute cake pops – perfect for serving friends with a nice cup of tea. Easter Cake Pop Kit (makes 12), £13.99

chococo-union-jack-easter-eggAs always, Lakeland has a huge range of beautiful eggs and sweets on offer, but we reckon this egg is definitely the best from the British brand. Chococo Union Jack Egg, now £6.99


Foxy Tea have created a range of delicious whole leaf teas in pyramid bags that make great gifts for those not partial to chocolate. Smoky, fresh and rich in antioxidants, their Afternoon Tea is among the best we’ve tasted and comes in a personalised tin. £4.20


Green & Blacks have nailed it with this simple, crowd pleasing hamper. Two Explorer eggs for the kids and mouthwatering Butterscotch, Mint, Dark and Milk chocolate for the grown ups. And it’s all Organic! G&B’s Essential Easter Basket, £45


No Easter is complete without a gold bunny from Lindt. Our favourite chocolatier has some gorgeous Easter Eggs on offer this year, complete with a scattering of the most delectable chocolates you’ll ever taste. Fact!  £15.49 for a 500g bunny


You can always rely on to deliver great quality hampers for all seasons. Take this little beauty with you when visiting the in-laws and from here on in, you’re golden. Premium Easter Hamper, £50 inc. VAT from

Happy Easter!

Amy @ FashionBite xx




Amy Everett is FashionBite's food and travel editor, she also writes for national newspapers and magazines including the Guardian Travel, Stylist, Shortlist, Red, Cosmopolitan and more.

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