Looking for the perfect Easter Treat for friends or family this year?
Look no further than Hotel Chocolat.
Hotel Chocolate literally has something for everyone and to suit every budget this Easter.
Check out this lovely lot!
From scrummy little egglets, to traditional chocolate bunnies, giant luxury eggs, to quirky, unique ‘egg sandwiches’.
Within their vast range of products you’ll also find their Milk-Free chocolate, for those of us that can’t eat milk products. How thoughtful!
Grab their Milk Free Milk Goose Egg (£10) or indulge in some super cute Milk Free Milk Chocolate City Bunnies (£5.50)
(The City Bunnies are also available in Dark, Milk and Caramel and White)
If you’re looking for something a bit different, their Egg Sandwiches will certainly fulfil that criteria!
Enjoy two slices of caramel chocolate pressed between two caramel egg shells, all for just £10 and available in Milk, White and Dark chocolate too.
If you’re looking for a little treat, I highly recommend the Raspberry Egglett in Supermilk Selector (£3.75)
Within their revolutionary milk chocolate with 65% cocoa and less sugar than dark you’ll find a perfectly zingy, not to sweet raspberry ganache.
They are super addictive let me warn you!
Perfect for kids and adults alike is their Big City Bunny (£7.50), cast in 40% hollow milk chocolate, guaranteed to make anyone smile.
For the hard core choccie fans there’s really only one egg you’re going to need and that’s their range of Extra Thick Eggs (£27) each beautifully presented within its own luxury box!
Their Rocky Road to Caramel Extra Thick Egg features a pair of generous eggshells, one in 40% milk chocolate with cookies, puffed rice and chocolate chunks, the other in caramel-milk chocolate, AND 12 mellow chocolates devoted to all things milk and caramel!
It’s a chocolate lovers dream!
The entire Hotel Chocolat range is available online and in store now and to celebrate their fab collection I’m giving you the change to win one of their great Big City Bunnies.
To enter simply fill in the form below, goodluck!