Easter, otherwise (unofficially) known as chocolate-eating season, has arrived. Year upon year, chances are that the Easter eggs you receive from your loved ones to commemorate the religious occasion are delicious, albeit slightly bog standard. Last month, Sainsbury's revealed its all-new "Cheesalicious" Easter egg - an egg made entirely - as the name suggests - from cheese.
If you’re a fan of hot cross buns, KFC are working on an Easter treat for you. The popular food chain are trialling a Hot Cross Bun Burger (yes, really). To keep diehard KFC fans happy, it will have the same filling of Original Recipe chicken breast plus fresh lettuce and mayo.
Easter is just around the corner and while we all welcome an excuse to indulge in chocolate, should it really be at the cost of our planet? Far too many easter eggs are wrapped in excessive plastic packaging that pollutes our environment.
Easter weekend is fast approaching with all the fondant-filled Creme Eggs, sticky hot cross buns and sugar-coated Mini Eggs our stretchiest waistbands can withstand.
With the two-week Easter break approaching, there’s plenty of fun, family-friendly activities to be enjoyed. Here are our favourite events and days out to treat the children to in and around London. With Spring in full swing, children are invited to come out of hibernation and reinvent themselves as zookeepers for a exciting role-playing experience at ZSL London Zoo.
It’s that time of year again. Cracking open your choice of hollow, chocolate-y Easter eggs is an annual delight, whether you're breaking Lent or just using it as a welcome excuse to indulge in our favourite sweet treats. With that in mind, we've rounded up the very best chocolate eggs under £20 – as taste tested by the Yahoo UK team (because someone had to do it). Highlights among staffers included the nostalgia-factor of a giant Kinder egg, while a popcorn-studded variety from Divine proved a surprise favourite. Among these, there were disappointments. The Reese’s Egg, pegged to be a firm favourite among the team, fell down for its lack of actual peanuts, while the impressive-looking giant Moser Roth egg from Aldi was accused of putting style over substance. Curious? Click through the gallery to see our verdict on the most exciting Easter Egg launches of the season.
Easter is fast approaching and what better way to honour the celebration than with a weird and wonderful chocolate egg. While there is no denying the timelessness of your traditional Maltesers and Dairy Milks, you may want to mix things up for 2019 with Easter treats that are definitely outside of the box. After the huge success of the Avocado Easter Egg at Waitrose, the design is back and has even encouraged more weird and wonderful looking variations alongside it that will provide a decadently delicious surprise to any recipient.