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Easter 2014: Best Easter egg alternatives

By Nottingham Post  |  Posted: April 08, 2014

By Hayley Spencer

  • Milk chocolate or white - decisions, decisions

  • Harrods cracked eggs are filled with delicious hazelnut and marzipan

  • Your little girl will go hopping mad for a ballerina white chocolate bunny

  • These hen biscuits will taste great with a cup of tea

  • Not your average box of eggs

  • Forget eggs, let them eat cake pops

  • Percy Pig is the Easter gift with humour

  • Spell it out with Biscuiteers Easter chocolates

  • Lindt's giant Easter carrot is the perfect treat for sharing

  • Cocopods flat Easter eggs are made with delicious Belgian chocolate

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Bored of dishing out the same chocolate eggs to family and friends each year? Why not mix it up with one of these delicious alternative treats.

Small chocolate Easter bunny, £5, Madame Oiseau Fine Chocolates

Available in dark, milk or white chocolate one of Madame Oiseau's handmade chocolate bunnies is sure to delight sweet tooths of every persuasion.

White chocolate bunny ballerina, £6.99, The Chocolate Alchemist

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Little girls will love The Chocolate Alchemist's ballerina chocolate bunny.

Country chickens biscuit set, £17.50, Honeywells Bakery

More of a tea and biccies fan than a chocoholic? Then Honeywells country chicken biscuits are the perfect Easter treat.

Chococo dark foil wrapped eggs, £9.50, John Lewis

An egg box of colourful individually wrapped eggs from John Lewis is perfect for sharing.

Easter cake pops, £26, The Cake Pop Company

Kids will love The Cake Pop Company's bite-sized Easter character cakes on sticks. You can even place them in a pot to make a fun and edible party centre-piece.

Percy pig egg, £6, Marks & Spencer

Marks & Spencer's beloved Percy Pig cuts a humorous form for Easter flavoured with raspberry and strawberry, and sporting candy shorts.

Easter chocolates medium tin, £35, Biscuiteers

Spell it out with Biscuiteers tin of delicious 'Happy Easter' chocolates.

Giant carrot, £4.99, Lindt

Lindt's giant carrot is brimming with mini versions of its delicious signature milk chocolate bunnies and eggs.

Duo cracked Easter eggs, £9.95, Harrods

Harrods' milk chocolate broken eggs are filled with a delicious combo of hazelnut and marzipan for an indulgent Easter treat. Packaged with a yellow ribbon, they make a pretty present, too.

Chocolate Easter eggs, £4.75, Cocopod

Who says Easter eggs have to be 3D? Cocopods delicious Belgian chocolate flat eggs come packaged back-to-back. Choose from hand-printed chick or bunny motifs.

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