Mother and Baby

Tasty Easter eggs for you and your toddler

With Easter just around the corner, there's still time to find some delicious treats for your little one. And because the last thing you need is a chocolate-induced tantrum, we’ve included some non-chocolate goodies, too. There are also some treats for Mum and Dad - the kids needn’t have all the fun this Easter! 

Once the chocolate has all been eaten, why not give these Easter crafts a go with your toddlers?


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Eggs and Soldiers, £7,

The perfect Easter breakfast in bed for the whole family! Milk chocolate truffle eggs and hazelnut praline ‘soldiers’ in white chocolate let you start the day as you mean to go on…
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Thorntons Harry Hopalot range, from £3.50,

You can’t go wrong with old-favourite Thorntons, whether you want a traditional egg or a chocolate bunny. There are some great offers on the website, too. 
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Animal cupcakes,

When the family all comes round on Easter Sunday, treat them to these cute cupcakes from Asda. Tell them they’re home-made. 
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Maxim's de Paris egg, £7.85,

Mum’s chocolate treat this year comes with added glamour. Filled with smooth milk chocolate balls, this rather chic egg makes an elegant keepsake when empty, ideal for squirrelling away jewellery.
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Moo Free Cheeky Orange egg, £6.30,

Totally vegan and made without dairy or gluten, this orange-flavoured egg comes from an award-winning range that includes milk chocolate and honeycomb options too. 
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Prestat London Gin egg, £16,

Want something a bit different? This take on the classic gin and tonic fits the bill. It’s a chocolate egg flavoured with lemon oil and filled with truffles made with a gin ganache. Perfect for when the little ones have gone to bed.
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Cadbury Crème Egg Mini Ice-Cream Cones, £2, all supermarkets

Crème Egg ice-cream in a biscuit wafer mini cone dunked in milk chocolate? The kids may have to wrestle you for these treats.
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Cadbury Egg Hunt Pack, £4.09, all supermarkets

Take the hard work out of the hunt with this clever little pack. It’s got 10 hollow chocolate eggs to hide, plus instructions, cut-out signs and a bag of Cadbury Mini Eggs to give as the winning prize. 
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Floral Chick Easter Chocolate Bar, £5.99,

Have your own Easter message printed on these neat little chocolate bars. Ideal for giving as presents or popping in the post to faraway friends and family.
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Chocolate lollipops, £1.50 each,

Such a fun treat for little ones and much less mess than a chocolate egg. M&S has a whole range of animal lollies for Easter.
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Godiva Easter Chocolate Bunny, £7.50,

The finest Belgian chocolate, in baby rabbit form: what could be nicer? Add to your shopping list (or wish list) immediately.
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Basket of Milk Chocolate Hollow Eggs, £5,

With 20 eggs just the right size for small hands, plus one large choc egg and four easy-to-read clue cards this kit has all you need for an Easter egg hunt.
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LINDT Easter Lambs, £2.59,

It’s not all about the Easter bunny; spring lambs get a look in thanks to Lindt! Little ones will fall in love with these tiny milk chocolate treats.
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Smarties Hen House, £5,

One happy hen keeps watch over her huge gold egg (ouch) in a cute little hen-house. Almost too good to eat. Almost.
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Peppa Pig 3-piece mealtime set with chocolate egg, £6,

This is a great value gift, with a choccie egg and a Peppa Pig bowl, spoon and beaker in long-lasting melamine.  
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Pink Marc de Champagne Truffles and Sea Salt Caramels, £6 and £3,

Even if they weren’t groaning with chocolates, we’d want these Easter gift boxes simply for their spring loveliness. They’ll look great on the lunch table come Easter Sunday.
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Easter Bunny and Carrots, £9.99,

For a fun alternative to an Easter egg, try Choc on Choc’s Easter range – we love this little bunny butt and chocolate carrots. There are other fun treats available, from hot cross buns to quails eggs, all made from luxuriously thick chocolate. 
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Taste Adventures egg, £8, available from Morrisons stores and

This Monty Bojangles egg is creamy and delicious, but the truffles that come with it are something else – certainly a chocolate adventure. 
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Cocoa Libre Dairy Free Milk Chocolate Alternative Chicks, £4.69, and Booja Booja Hazelnut Crunch Truffle Easter Egg, £9.99,

Holland and Barrett has a great range of alternative Easter chocolate treats, perfect if you need to avoid dairy, gluten, or sugar. And they taste great too. 
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Elizabeth Shaw Milk Orange Crisp Egg and Dark Mint Crisp Egg, £10 each, available from Asda stores.

Treat yourself to a real luxury egg from Elizabeth Shaw, with these new flavours – the eggs are filled with 12 chocolates too. 
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Chocolate characters, from £2.42, available from Morrisons stores and

Perhaps too cute to eat, these chocolate characters will raise a smile on Easter morning. We particularly love the little dinosaur! 
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Divine dark chocolate egg, £10, available from Waitrose stores.

Definitely one just for Mum, this dark chocolate egg is perfect for a real cocoa hit. Nibble one piece at a time and this will last for days (if the kids don’t get their hands on it). 
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Cadbury Easter range, available from all major stores.

For a classic Easter taste, Cadbury comes to the rescue, whether you want a Cream Egg, chocolate rabbit, Oreo cookie egg, or one of their many other chocolate treats. 
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Chococo Easter eggs, £9.95,

If you want an exciting Easter egg, how about one with robots covered in gold shimmer inside – or even white chocolate dinosaurs? 
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Ferrero Rocher egg, £11.54, available from supermarkets.

One for Dad, this giant Ferrero egg with extra Ferrero Rochers is delicious – the egg shell is crunchy with hazelnuts and VERY moreish. VERY. 
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Cocoa Loco Raspberry Chocolate Easter Eggs, £9,

Farmdrop is an online farmers’ market with lots of tasty offerings that can be delivered straight to your door from local farmers and producers – so you can support your local farmers as well as scoff delicious Easter eggs! 
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Belgian honeycomb egg, £6,

Sneak this into your trolley when you’re doing the weekly shop and save this as your mummy treat for Easter. 

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