Find the best Easter food on the high street with our Easter taste test 2015, in which our food team picks their favourite Easter eggs as well as Easter cakes and bakes, including hot cross buns and impressive Easter cakes.
Our ultimate Easter taste test features everything you'll need for the long weekend so you can buy with confidence for your bank holiday entertaining, whether you're having family to stay or planning a laidback weekend with friends. This Easter Sunday falls on 5 April and the long weekend is forecast to be a scorcher, so there's no better excuse to get everyone together for an Easter weekend to remember.
Our pick of Easter eggs feature new and interesting chocolate eggs that are great value too, with prices starting at £6 for a whole egg that made it into our list of favourites, right up to a real show-stopper that the whole gathering can share, with Marks & Spencer's limited edition golden lattice egg a treat at £40. It's hand decorated, as is Fortnum & Mason's white chocolate egg, painted with a beautiful flower in colour, which would make a fabulous gift, at £39.95.
Or for a token Easter gift that excellent value, we've picked out a Ferrero Rocher Easter bunny that's made of its chocolate and hazelnut shell for just £2.99 or Lindt Excellence Mini Eggs at £3.50, which you can find at Tesco.
This year, it's all about texture as well as flavour and we've featured chocolate eggs with a trendy geometric finish, intricate gold lacing and even a sharp little robot, in Chococo?s robot egg covered in crunchy sugar shimmer, at just £10. A red velvet chocolate egg also makes an appearance, with Prestat's creamy chocolate and raspberry egg bringing a new spin and failed with red velvet truffles for £15.
First up, this marvellous smooth and creamy milk chocolate has a gorgeous geo-look and and gets extra points for its unusual graphic design.
Available from Hotel Chocolat, £18
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