End Lent in style with The FIeld's pick of the most tempting luxury Easter eggs to get your hands on

The most tempting luxury Easter eggs

After Lent, the Easter period is one of feasting, not just on tempting luxury Easter eggs but a cornucopia of delicious seasonal food. Be sure to take a look at our top six Easter recipes.

While fishing overly well-hidden mini eggs from the cracks of stone walls or the depths of a hedgerow might be the stuff of childhood Easters and glorious Easter egg hunts, for more grown-up chocolate fare (that no one could blame you for snuffling away for yourself) here’s The Field’s pick of the most tempting luxury Easter eggs. However, if you are planning on an egg hunt for younger family members, take a look at our guide to how to plan an egg hunt that is child (and labrador) friendly.

A clutch of delicious Easter treats

Many luxury Easter eggs look like works of art, such as Bettys milk chocolate spring flowers egg, which is made from Swiss Grand Cru milk chocolate and then hand-decorated with Royal icing bluebells, narcissi and other delicate spring flowers.

Some of the most tempting luxury Easter eggs are like works of art, such as this one from Bettys

If you prefer something on a smaller, but no less delicious, scale, take a look at the Yorkshire maker’s hand-painted ganache eggs that come in a box of eight. Fortnum & Mason also has a beautifully presented trio of decorated easter eggs handcrafted from dark, milk and white chocolate decorated with sugar flowers and filled with chocolate animals.

Easter eggs that take a walk on the wild side

Maintaining the ‘wildlife’ theme is Hotel Chocolat’s giant Classic Ostrich Easter Egg, which weighs over a kilo. While Dukeshill has a large range of Easter chocolate treats including not just eggs and hampers but delightful and deceptively realistic salted caramel chocolate quail eggs and praline chocolate eggs. Violet and rose creams can be rather Marmitey but those who love them will adore Fortnum & Mason’s handmade dark chocolate egg filled with them.


A tempting Easter egg for those who can't decide whether they prefer milk or dark chocolate

Can’t decide what sort of chocolate you like best? Chococo’s 50/50 is half dark chocolate, half milk and decorated with white chocolate

Dark or milk can be quite the debate among chocolate lovers, especially at this time of year. Luckily, for those who just can’t decide Chococo produces an egg that is half and half. It’s 50/50 Half Milk, Half Dark egg is made from its signature 47% Colombia origin milk chocolate and the other half its 72% Ecuador origin dark chocolate, then hand-decorated with white chocolate patterns and filled with a selection of Chococo chocolates.

Most tempting Easter eggs on a smaller scale

How adorable is Cocoabean’s 150g milk chocolate Easter egg with mini eggs? And for something a little bit different but no less delicious, try Waitrose’s No1 Blonde Chocolate With Salted Caramel Truffles Easter Egg for just £12.



Bettys Milk Chocolate Spring Flowers Easter Egg £38.50

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Fortnum & Mason Decorated Easter Egg Trio £55

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Hotel Chocolat Classic Ostrich Easter Egg £85

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Chococo 50/50 Chocolate Egg £45

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Cocoabean Milk Chocolate Easter Egg With Mini Eggs £8.95

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Dukeshill Praline Chocolate Quail Eggs £10

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