Sunday 29 March 2015

Easter at Thorntons

When I was little, my parents bought us a Thorntons Easter egg each with our names on them. Last year, I bought one for C and I will continue the tradition on.

This year, Thorntons have enlisted the help of their resident bunny, Harry Hopalot, to deliver their Easter chocolate. 

After his introduction last year, he's back this Spring with with an array of milk and white chocolate items; from the mini 60g Harry Hopalot (£3.50) to the impressive 250g model (£7) or even the giant Harry Hopalot which is an amazing 1kg of milk chocolate (£50).

Brand new this year, Thorntons have introduced an indulgent range of Dessert Eggs in exciting flavours inspired by their range of Choc Blocks. You can treat your loved one to Caramel Cheesecake, Hazelnut Brownie or Eton Mess, all at £15 each.

Easter is all about keeping the kids happy and smiley, and what better way to do so than with The Footy Fanatic Egg or The Cupcake Egg (£4 each). They can even be personalised in store!

If you are wanting to impress this year, look no further than the new Dreamy Desserts Egg (£25) which is a combination of dessert and chocolate. This milk chocolate egg comes with 16 miniature dessert inspired chocolates in flavours such as Passion Fruit Mousse and Pecan Tart. 

Back by popular demand is the Marvelously Magnificent Egg (£20). A whole kilo of creamy milk chocolate - yum!

My dad actually bought me one two years ago so here's a little size comparison pic with a 7 month old C!

Lastly, you can pick up lots of mini treats for under £1 such as a bunny-shaped milk chocolate Harry Hopalot Lolly for 99p or the Continental Alpini Treat Egg for 95p!

(Disclaimer: I received a sample of chocolate in exchange for this post).

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