The best chocolate creations for Easter at Liverpool ONE
If, like us, you’re a major chocoholic, then Easter will feature highly on your list of holiday priorities. High street chocolate shops are upping their game yearly to bring us the most fabulous creations, many of which wouldn’t be out of place in Willy Wonka’s factory.
In fact, we’re finding it hard not to add eggs of the chocolate variety into our Dinosaurs Unleashed dino hunt, with all the amazing sweet stuff on offer this Easter. Take a look at our favourites.
The famous Lindt bunny is available in every size imaginable this Easter, ranging from the tiniest to an incredible kilo in size. Pick up a pick-n-mix with their variety of tiny chicks, eggs and rabbits, or go for gold with a ginormous bunny of your own. Almost too cute to eat…almost.
Hotel Choc’s “Caramayo egg sandwich” has gone viral this year, and it’s no wonder – this creation comes in an authentic butty box, much like you’d find at your local Tesco, but is instead filled with chocolatey goodness and a variety of fillings. It’s acceptable to eat this for lunch, isn’t it?
Thorntons‘ personalised egg game is strong, but they’re getting even artier with a station set up in the store every day from 12pm – 4pm for personalisation, with loads of colours to choose from. What will your egg say?
Lunya’s luxury chocolate selection will tempt you as you enter the restaurant through their deli full of delights, and is a much more decadent Easter alternative for the grown-ups amongst us. Lunya’s own variety sits alongside award-winning Xocolatl truffle selections, which includes gluten free chocolate selections.
John Lewis & Partners
John Lewis & Partners’ confectionery area is full of the joys of Spring, with treats at every turn from the most deluxe of confectioners such as Godiva and Charbonnel et Walker. Stylish chocolate fans will love “The Chocolate Society”; their egg designs are so cool, you could put them on your mantlepiece.