If you are looking for the perfect Easter gift this year then we have some fab suggestions for you as always. From Easter eggs and chocolate to sweetly scented beauty products as a healthier alternative, we have something for everyone.
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Le Creuset Stoneware Rainbow Egg Cups – these rainbow coloured egg cups are such a sweet Easter gift idea or a wonderful way to brighten up your breakfasts this spring! Available on Amazon.co.uk
Fudge Kitchen Easter Sliders – From the gourmet butter fudge range, these streamlined beauties have lined up six generous squares of Traditional hand made, hand decorated fudge in a sliding luxury foiled tray.
Made in small batches by artisan staff, using all natural, gluten-free ingredients, including Madagascan vanilla and light brown sugar and hand decorated with a gilded FK swirl. Perfect for Easter baskets, to slip inside a bunch of daffs or as a gift for whoever is roasting your lamb this year. Find them at: www.fudgekitchen.co.uk
Glossybox Easter Egg Limited Edition – we reviewed this one in full here but it definitely deserves another mention! This amazing treat packed full of goodies and is Priced at £30 for non-subscribers and £25 for current subscribers. Head to www.glossybox.co.uk for the full info and to order!
Easter Eggs and Easter Chocolate from Cadbury – Cadbury is my go-to when it comes to Easter chocolate. They always have the best new releases and classics (is Easter even really Easter without a cream egg?) and their chocolate is the absolute BEST. The Cadbury Flake Easter egg is my egg of choice for a serious chocolate fix. Classic and delicious!
The Cadbury Minis Mix bags are ideal for those who just can’t make their minds up! The perfect people pleaser – a bag with your favourite mix of mini filled eggs including Cadbury Dairy Milk, Cadbury Creme Egg, Cadbury Dairy Milk Oreo and Cadbury Dairy Milk Daim. An impeccable selection of textures and flavours – who says you can’t have it all in life? RRP £4.19.
I Heart Revolution Easter Eggs – if you want to get your hands on a seriously cute Easter gift that isn’t chocolate then I would highly recommend these amazing makeup eggs! Packed full of different colours, depending on which egg you choose. Perfect for teens and grown-ups alike! Available from www.revolutionbeauty.com
The alternative Easter gifts from Black Cow, the world’s smoothest vodka – For those friends and family who are looking for an alternative to chocolate over Easter, why not treat them with a gift from Black Cow. The world’s smoothest vodka is the perfect way to celebrate Easter, a delicious vodka cocktail served in one of their hi ball or rocks glasses and finished off with their creamy cheese. The 70 cl bottle of Black Cow Vodka is priced from £28.00 (RRP) ABV 40% and available from www.blackcowvodka.co.uk Oddbins, Majestic, Sainsburys, M&S, Amazon.
Black Cow Glasses – Decorated with Black Cow’s signature dancing cows in black and 18 carat gold leaf these glasses are fantastic. RRP £26.00 for 6 glasses. and you can find them at www.blackcowvodka.co.uk
Black Cow 200 g Truckle Cheddar – Black Cow cheddar is made from the milk of grass-grazed cows in West Dorset. Intense, rich and crumbly it is a very special cheese especially for the cheese lover in your life. RRP £6.95 for 200 g. Available from www.blackcow.co.uk
Prestat Pink Popping Prosecco Easter Egg – From the NEW Ruby Chocolate Easter Egg (£17.50) and Popping Prosecco Easter Egg (£17.50) to the London Gin Easter Egg (£17.50) and Sea Salt Caramel Easter Egg (£17.50) – Prestat (www.prestat.co.uk), chocolatier to Her Majesty The Queen, has a delicious range of beautifully packaged eggs to treat your loved ones to this Easter.
Amazon Handmade Bunny Ears Board £27.95 – this is the perfect home accessory to display on your kitchen worktops during Easter weekend! You can find some really sweet little hand made items like this and more over at: www.amazon.co.uk/handmade
What would your perfect Easter gift be? Choccies, alternative treats or both?