Easter Treats for 2023

Easter Treats for 2023

As the arrival of spring approaches, it's time to start thinking about Easter, a time that brings with it the promise of blooming flowers, warmer weather, and of course, delicious treats. Easter treats are a longstanding tradition, with everything from chocolate bunnies to sweet-filled eggs making an appearance on shop shelves. Whether you're a fan of classic Easter Eggs or looking for some new and creative ideas, there are plenty of treats to indulge in during this time of year. In this blog, we'll take a closer look at some of the most popular Easter treats from Solid Chocolate eggs to Easter themed crayons. 



If your looking for something a little more luxurious this Easter, try the Milk Chocolate Salted Caramel Ganache Eggs by The Chocolatier. Made using 36% Javan milk chocolate ganache, infused with muscovado sea salt caramel and coated in crisp chocolate shells.



Bring your dining table to life with the Wild Spring Wheel by Wilded Family Limited. The illustration captures Spring; with its animals and people – but more than this it gently reminds us of the rocks beneath our feet and the plants around us as we welcome the renewing energy of spring.



Whether you are heading out for Sunday lunch or you are planning a family egg hunt, do it in style with the Bunny Stud Earrings by Amanda Coleman Jewellery. Handmade in Lincoln, this earrings feature two little bunnies and are available in either Sterling Silver or Gold vermeil.



Why not try the Easter egg of all Easter eggs. This Solid Belgian White Chocolate Egg is made up of 42 sprat solid chunks and weighs in at a whopping 750g.



If you are looking for treats with a little less sugar look no further than the Spring Easter Wax Crayons by The Crayon Bug. A beautiful gift tub filled with Spring themed wax crayons. 



Send a sweet message this easter with these Easter Rabbit Cards by Mrs L Cards. Featuring a row of colourful bunnies, this is sure to brighten up anyones day. 


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