Alternative Easter Treats For When A Plain Egg Just Won’t Cut It
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Easter is just over a week away, and if you’re still looking for the perfect Easter egg to buy a loved one, but fancy treating them to something a bit different or they have specific dietary needs, you won’t want to miss out on these alternative Easter treats…

For The Cheese Obsessed

If you know someone who is just absolutely obsessed with cheese and is more in to savoury tastes than sweet, they’ll love this humorous cheese egg! You can find it in-store at Asda!

For The Gin Lover

£9.95

We all know someone who is absolutely obsessed with Gin, so this Gin and Tonic flavour Easter egg is sure to go down super well!

For The Dairy Intolerant

Down to £6.00! 

There’s nothing worse than being dairy intolerant at Easter when you love chocolate and it’s absolutely everywhere! This dairy free chocolate egg made of organic rice milk is a fantastic alternative to give. They won’t have to feel left out of the Easter fun again with this sweet treat!

For The Peter Rabbit Lovers

£6.00

Know a little someone who just absolutely adores the wonderful Peter Rabbit at the moment? This Cadbury’s egg with plush Peter Rabbit toy will be perfect for them! It’s a lovely little gift to keep too!

For The Avocado Obsessed

£8.00

We all have that one super healthy friend who loves avocado and has it on absolutely everything, so they’re sure to find this avocado egg a hilarious choice! Even though it looks healthy, it’s made completely of chocolate, but at least they wont feel as bad when they do treat themselves!

For The Game Of Thrones Fan

£6.00

If you know someone who loves Game of Thrones, why not make them feel like the Mother of Dragons by buying them this amazing Dragon egg complete with scales and metallic look.

Something With A Bit More Wow

£24.99

If you think eggs for Easter are a little bit boring now, why not buy one of these chocolate tree’s? They’re sure to wow and you can even personalise them too! They also come decorated in a range of chocolate’s including Cadbury Buttons, Ferrero Rocher, Lindor, Malteasers and more!

For Kids Who Don’t Like Chocolate

£10.00

If you’ve got a little one who doesn’t like chocolate, why not buy them an activity egg instead? It gives them something fun to do on Easter Sunday, and you can get a range of different themes including this Paw Patrol one, Disney Princesses, Hatchimals and more!

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