Allergic to chocolate, going dairy free, or fancying something different? We’ve put together some alternatives from the typical milk chocolate eggs.
Holland & Barratt have some great dairy free Easter offerings – perfect if your little one is allergic dairy and you don’t want them feeling left out. This box is organic and fair trade too.
Who needs chocolate anyway?
Egg-shaped but not edible, this Play-Doh mini egg will provide hours of fun rather than a momentary sweet treat.
Have some fun in the kitchen with this bunny-shaped frying pan and make rabbit pancakes or eggs!
A completely guilt-free option but still in the sprit of Easter, these bath bombs make such a lovely Easter gift.
Such an interesting take on the typical scotch egg!
If you’re in London this weekend, we recommend heading to The De Beauvoir Deli to try out their Easter egg selection. Easter goods include eggs of all sizes and types from filled papier-mÃ¢chÃ© eggs and tin eggs, along with Easter specials from Charbonnel & Walker and Roccoco.
Little something for after the kids have gone to bed?