Find your perfect Easter Sunday egg, whether it’s mild milk or tempting truffles you’re looking for

2021’s range of chocolate eggs from High Street and beyond may not have the large-scale, sculptural, and adventurous designs of years past, but the standout creations do the simple things well

There are one-stop treats for lovers of good quality milk and dark chocolate, and creamy white chocolate numbers for those with a sweeter tooth.The most successful include layered eggs, which have a great texture (with lots of nuts and freeze-dried fruits in the mix) and have good taste (some with impressive interpretations of classic desserts)

Whether you graze on yours for days or devour it instantly within minutes, there is something for everyone

A delicacy in the style of a stocking filler A dainty shape made of very thin white chocolate that is spiced with pomegranate juice powder, sour and sweet at the same time. It is a skillfully painted molded bowl, but it does not last long

The simplicity is immediately appealing An elegantly hand-decorated oval milk chocolate platter that has a satisfying bite and is thicker than most hollow chocolate eggs. Simple milk chocolate is smooth and sweet; a great treat for a

The clever design allows the hollow egg halves to be split if you want The dark is still sugary sweet, the outer larger egg is very milky so it has a broad appeal.A fun concept, if a little simple in taste, with layers to nibble on every day

A simple, ribbed, and painted design with white chocolate, the taste turns out to be quite complex, with a slightly grainy texture of freeze-dried blueberries, raspberries, and redcurrants, but the fruit doesn’t overwhelm the cocoa butter taste one for Milky Bar fans!

The thick shell of pink ruby ​​chocolate is unusually sprinkled with shards of shortbread – quite a unique texture and slightly soft overall.The taste of the egg is sweet and tangy, but it’s the chocolate-coated freeze-dried raspberries that make the best piece of the Amazing spicy, with a touch of sweetness

A stylish approach, especially if this is going to be mailed It’s a big thick platter, the white chocolate is smooth and silky with a soft snap and is generously coated with nuts There’s even a cardboard stand to put up when you have your platter want to show before you devour them

A thin egg, but it has a rich and creamy texture and a pleasant taste, topped with almond garbage and a hint of salt.A rather reserved creation, but the chocolate is not particularly sweet and has a good mouthfeel.The accompanying box of four truffles is elegantly packaged like petit fours in a restaurant and a nice touch that gets the whole thing going

We’re here on Terry’s territory – a bold citrus aroma emanates from the soft chocolate shell (don’t expect a clean snapshot) No frills, just a nice basic egg that fulfills all of its promises Simple but successful

A chic and restrained design with elegant curves and the hint of an edible golden sheen. Grown up in appearance and taste: the chocolate has an excellent print and the dark cocoa taste (from 60% cocoa content) remains, but is not too bitter

Fans of dark chocolate are well served with two halves with different cocoa content of over 70% and deliver smoky, fruity flavors in thicker bowls than most others.There are also hidden surprises: raisins with chocolate coating, almonds with cocoa dust and velvety bars with them Nuts The packaging itself makes this a very special gift The corrugated metal box can be reused after devouring the contents

The ingredients list is purer than most of the others (cocoa beans, unrefined sugar, whole milk powder and honeycomb, the latter from Cornish black bees) The honeycomb is speckled throughout the bowl to create an uneven surface, especially if you’re lucky enough to crunch a ping pong ball-sized comb piece through that is creamy chocolate for those with a sweet tooth

The flavor combinations are impressive: panna cotta, butterscotch, Black Forest cake, and coffee-flavored tiramisu.All of them are different and delicious, if a little messy – the eggshells splinter easily, and the abundance of chopped nuts and freeze-dried raspberries makes a good chunk Dirt But lots of fun and full of flavors A frivolous treat, just what we need

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