After being left alone to play downstairs, the three-year-old helped himself to a large tub of chocolate spread and the results are hilarious.
Easter is almost upon us, which means it’s time to stock up on this year’s oval-shaped offerings. As store shelves start to fill up with chocolate eggs in all shapes and sizes, it’s the perfect excuse to get your chocolate fix – but why settle for ordinary? With a whole lot of weird and wonderful flavours on the market, it’s no wonder Easter egg hunters are swapping their plain milk chocolate shells for something more off-piste.
Big ones, small ones, filled ones, hollow ones and those with treats hidden inside – for many people Easter weekend is all about the chocolate egg.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:The ultimate non-chocolate Easter gift guide9 scrumptious vegan eggs to feast on this EasterRead more from Yahoo Style UK:
At last year’s Dechox, 18,000 people took part and raised £860,000 towards research into heart and circulatory disease, which causes more than a quarter (26%) of all deaths in the UK. According to the BHF, almost two fifths of Britons admit to eating chocolate as part of every meal in a single day. The survey of 2,000 UK adults also showed that nearly six in 10 underestimate just how many calories are in a typical chocolate bar (56%) and around half don’t realise how many calories are in our favourite chocolate treats such as a chocolate chip muffin (50%).
It’s that time of year again, when love is in the air and – if you want it to be – in the kitchen. If you’re a food fan, you’re bound to be looking for a way of wooing your Valentine with a special meal or dish. After all, food is often the way to someone’s heart. Here are a few ideas to get kick-start the romance this Valentine’s Day:- Why do we celebrate Valentine’s Day?
Sure, there are plenty more important things currently going on in the world, but the issue that’s whipped social media up into a frenzy is more of the #firstworldproblems variety…whether or not Tomato Ketchup should be stored in the fridge or a cupboard. The Great Ketchup Debate has once again been reignited thanks to supermarket chain Asda, which recently conducted a poll asking shoppers their views on the issue – and the results were pretty close with with 53 per cent opting to keep it in the fridge, while 47 per cent keep ketchup in the cupboard. If you’ve been hiding a chocolatey treat at the back of the fridge, you might want to take it out.