I realise it is slightly premature but I have already eaten an Easter egg .. Somehow the chocolate is so much better in an Easter egg. I don’t know if it’s because it’s thinner or generally has a pattern that makes it fun to eat around but they just knock every normal, year-round chocolate bar out of the water.
There also comes the excitement of a special Easter product coming out every year – I must admit, many are disappointing but this year Mr Cadbury stepped it up and hit the nail right on the head.
Egg ‘n’ Spoon; such a simple idea, so genius, so delicious and so fun to tuck in to. They come with a cute purple plastic spoon, in two different flavours and in a purple egg box that, let’s face it, is exciting on its own!
There’s something about Easter eggs that just brings out the inner child in us and by involving a childhood memory for most, the good old egg ‘n’ spoon race, Cadbury’s new delight is rather intriguing.
Simply, they are chocolate eggs with a mousse like filling – suitable for veggies – score!
There’s either dark chocolate or vanilla flavour filling and they come in packs of four.
They are seemingly expensive at £2.50 a pack but for 4 and for Easter, who cares!
Trust me, they’re yummy and well worth the try! Spoil someone for Easter – they’re unique and genuinely enjoyable to eat as well as taste!