Cracking Easter Eggs 2015

Easter Egg Review Rococo Dahl Crocodile Egg
Easter is around the corner. It's time to stock up and get our chocolate eggs ready to hide. As per usual Pebble Soup has been doing the hard work :) researching and tasting for you.
At first glance, Easter 2015 will be a year for fiction characters treats, weird and wonderful eggs from unlikely animals : Divine turned to Shaun the Sheep for their Easter egg! The 55g egg with novelty plush Shaun the Sheep ears will retail at £5.00  and Rococo collaborated with the Dahl family to hatch The Crocodile Egg and the Roly-Poly one too - 140g egg retails at £14.50 . Easter Egg Review Green and Black's easter egg 70% chocolate milk chocolate

From Green and Black's, two classic flavours : Organic Dark 70% and Milk Chocolate eggs. Two sizes are on offer Large at £10.99 Medium at £6.59.
They are part of a wider range. I've always found Green and Black's a reliable brand. This is not  all singing, all dancing, offerings but one which will not let you down.

Before presenting my favourite 2015 Easter Eggs. I'd like to express my disappointment at the iconic Lindt Bunny which is a let down. I always praised Lindt for the taste of their products. Not this time round though -dull - Despite the promise of the name, the chocolate doesn't deliver.
May be Bunny got distracted  by products such a real 18 carat gold Lindt bunny to add to your necklace or charm bracelet sold in  limited edition.
Pebble Soup Winner this year was M&S. Impressive looking and well thought confectionary. Take this Artist Egg retailed at £12.00 for 300g egg. At last, an Easter egg aimed at  teenagers  and adults. But kids don't worry it's one to share with its 5 chocolates squares nestled at the front of the box.

M&S Easter Egg Review artist egg 20115
M 'n S Spring Garden of Chocolate Assorted Eggs, £12 delivers on many levels. Hand decorated milk, dark and white chocolate eggs with raspberry, pistachio and butterscotch.

Easter egg Marks & Spencer review
I loved the variety offered here, the chocolate may not be supreme but it's certainly good. The little surprises lodged at the bottom of each egg: little crunch of flavours, unexpected and joyous - this says Easter - this is great fun and good value for money.

Disclaimer: some eggs were sent to me as samples, some I bought, all the words and opinions are mine.

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