British Easter Eggs 2014 – The ultimate guide

While the basic raw ingredients are not British there are some fantastic chocolatiers manufacturing Easter eggs  in the UK. Before you buy your chocolate treats this spring take a look at some of the best of British we have found. Here is our ultimate guide to British Easter eggs for 2014.

62022.imageThe Classic

High street chocolatier  Thornton’s has been a mainstay of the British Easter for over 100 years. I remember getting these every year with my name hand piped on the front. they still offer this service in most stores.


l-chunky-egg-darkThe Organic One

Made in West Sussex this egg is a fantastic blend of very dark organic chocolate. Montazuma supply the supermarkets too so you might be able to grab one on your usual shop.



2962_MThe Extravagant one

Bettys use Swiss chocolate but are all hand made in the UK. There output is to often be found at the top of polls for the best choccy.



mediumThe best for Kids

Chococo are another well know name that is available in supermarkets. This Crackletastic Egg features popping candy and filled with chocolate beans.



index The’ it doesn’t need to be Easter’ Easter egg

Cadburys has tragically been sold off to the Americans and much of the production moved abroad but you can still get a British made Creme Egg.



The Something different Easter Egg

Despite the name Hotel Chocolat are very British and even grow and import their own cocoa to make their choccy treats. This Egg & chips is an innovative twist on the Easter egg theme.


231418459The shareable Easter egg

The Hope & Greenwood Keepsake egg (available from John Lewis) is a funky polka-dot tin filled with your favourite Spring animals



2118543The more money than sense Easter Egg

Exclusive to Fortnum & Mason this Jewellery Easter egg features not just the fine chocolate you would expect but also a only a gold plated necklace from London designer Alex Monroe.



The Wow Factor Easter EggLN_515736_BP_9

This Linden Lady egg is available in Waitrose and looks truly impressive with its marbled contrasting chocolate.



Happy Easter and don’t eat too much British choccy!


  1. Phil McMullen says

    Interesting spelling of “favorite” and “jewelry” – perhaps it’s not only Cadbury’s which has been sold off to the Americans and this website now has a guest writer?

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