Easter chocolate isn’t just for children; here are the best Easter eggs for all ages that you can buy online
By Abbie Schofield
Forget the cheap chocolate eggs covered in unnecessary plastic – this Easter, why not go for something more luxurious? From eggs designed by the man voted ‘Best pastry chef in the world’ to delicately-piped Easter biscuits, level up your Easter chocolate with one of these premium options. Plus, you can order online and have them delivered to you or a loved one in time for Easter weekend.
Best Easter Eggs You Can Order Online in 2021
Allpress Espresso Chocolate Easter Eggs
Easter eggs are notorious for excess plastic packaging, but this box of chocolate eggs is made of recyclable cardboard. There are two types to choose from, each spiked with AllPress espresso; the Flat White is milk chocolate whereas the Double Espresso is a more intense dark chocolate.
Biscuiteers Easter Egg Biscuit Tin
When it comes to sending a special edible gift, it doesn’t get more charming than Biscuiteers’ daintily-piped creations. This tin of iced Easter egg-shaped biscuits can be sent next-day delivery with the optional add-on of Prosecco, loose leaf tea or rosé.
Doisy & Dam Dark Chocolate Egg with Almond Nuttercups
Doisy & Dam are an ethical chocolate brand that pays their cocoa farmers fairly and doesn’t use palm oil. The delicious dark chocolate Easter egg comes with two Almond Nuttercups, their version of a chocolate peanut butter cup.
Happi Oat Milk Chocolate Egg
Tasty vegan Easter eggs can be hard to come by, but Happi’s chocolate will satisfy any plant-based palate. Flavours include salted caramel and cacao nib, but the plain milk chocolate is a classic.
Harvey Nichols Chocolate Scotch Egg
A quirky take on the chocolate Easter egg, these Scotch eggs are made by independent chocolatier Choc on Choc for Harvey Nics. They contain a Belgian milk shell filled with white chocolate and salted caramel fudge ‘yolk’.
Selfridges Hot Cross Caramels
Hot cross buns were given a new lease of life this year thanks to the M&S viral Marmite and cheese hot cross buns. But Selfridges’ hot cross bun-shaped chocolates take it to a new level with a criss-cross milk chocolate shell and a gooey spiced caramel inside, crafted by Fudge Kitchen.
Joe & Seph’s Chocolate Popcorn Egg
Gourmet popcorn connoisseurs Joe & Seph have created an Easter egg with salted caramel popcorn embedded in the milk chocolate shell – genius. Providing a satisfying corn crunch with every bite, there’s also a bag of milk chocolate popcorn bites included.
L’adurée by Chapon
Ladurée has partnered with French artisan chocolatier Patric Chaponfor its Easter collection. There are individual dark and milk chocolate eggs as well as a box filled with Sicilian almond and Piedmont hazelnut praline chocolate eggs. The design draws new inspiration from the Mayan chocolate god Ek Chuah.
Montezuma’s Orloff Milk Chocolate Hen
Montezuma’s mother hen is made from smooth and creamy organic milk chocolate with white and dark chocolate feathery flecks, housed in recyclable packaging. It’s currently on offer, two for £17.
Niederegger Easter Collection
Niederegger sell luxurious treats containing the world’s finest marzipan from Lubeck in Germany. Their Easter collection includes boxes of assorted chocolate marzipan eggs and solid marzipan Easter bunnies, all with a classic, nostalgic design.
PAUL Bakery Spring Sharing Box
PAUL’s Spring Sharing Box is an exquisite Easter gift. The box features two Fraisier Bunnies (sponge cake filled with mousseline cream and fresh strawberries, topped with green marzipan), two Craquant Eggs (dark chocolate sponge cake with chocolate mousse, a thin layer of praline and a chocolate glaze), and a box of mini macarons. It’s available for delivery to select London and Oxford postcodes.
Pierre Marcolini Box of 12 Small Eggs
Voted the ‘Best Pastry Chef in the World 2020’, Pierre Marcolini’s Easter collection is as beautiful as it is delectable. This box contains six types of mini praline eggs: almond, pistachio, pecan, almond & nougatine, hazelnut & caramel & plain hazelnut.
Swedish Easter Äggs
Swedish Easter Äggs are traditionally refilled every year with thoughtful surprises like homemade treats, jewellery, or simply great tasting chocolate. A sustainable alternative to an Easter egg, it’s the gift that keeps on giving.
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