With Easter not too far away, the chocolate is selling out and final delivery dates are fast approaching.
Easter Egg Information
When is Easter Sunday 2013? Sunday the 31st of March 2013.
The best fun Easter eggs for kids, 2015, the most popular and most fun chocolate Easter eggs for children this Easter. This list is a combination of the eggs I have bought previous years, Easter eggs I will be buying, the most popular chocolate eggs and eggs that I just find charming!
£3.50 – £18.99, fun chocolate Easter Eggs for kids.
Price comparison for Booja-Booja Champagne Chocolate Truffles Easter Egg.
Organic, dairy free, vegan and gluten free dark chocolate truffles made with Fine de Champagne and 56% cocoa from the Dominican Republic, in hand-painted papier-mâché eggs.
138g large egg with 12 truffles:
|Chocolate Trading Company||£25.95||£2.65|
34.5g egg with 3 truffles:
|Chocolate Trading Company||£9.95||£2.65|
Price comparison for Montezuma’s Milk Chocolate Truffle Egg with Milk Chocolate Truffles Inside.
A luxuriously thick milk chocolate Easter egg, made from 42% cocoa milk chocolate, and inside are a selection of Montezuma’s famous chocolate truffles.
350g milk chocolate egg with truffles:
|Chocolate Trading Company||£18.95||£2.65|
Price comparison for Charbonnel et Walker Milk Chocolate Easter Egg with Pink Marc de Champagne Truffles.
A luxury milk chocolate Easter egg with chocolate truffles, this elegant egg is available in two sizes; 185g and 380g, both with a selection Charbonnel et Walker’s pink Marc de Champagne chocolate truffles inside.
The small 185g egg with truffles:
|Chocolate Trading Company||£16.95||£2.65|
The larger 380g egg with truffles:
|Chocolate Trading Company||£29.95||£2.65|
This Easter become an Eggsplorer with Cadbury, the National Trust and the National Trust for Scotland.
The National Trust and the National Trust for Scotland supported by Cadbury, have opened the National Trust properties for the seventh year running to hold the Easter Egg Trails and other fun Easter weekend activities.
With Easter not to far away and the long weekend ahead, it is a good time to start planning your Easter activities and of course the all important Easter Egg hunt.
Cadbury and the National Trust are not the only people the have organised events, below are links to tourist board sites for England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Hopefully you will be able to find something close to you.