Here are all the posts on Chocablog tagged with the term Egg.
Hotel Chocolat ‘The Connoisseur’ Extra Thick Easter Egg
A rather post Hotel Chocolat Easter Egg.
Thorntons Marvellously Magnificent Easter Egg
A giant egg from Thorntons.
Melt Easter Chocolate Selection
Easter chcolates from Melt of Notting Hill.
Hotel Chocolat Salted Caramel Egg Sandwich
A salted caramel milk chocolate egg from Hotel Chocolat.
Paul Wayne Gregory ‘Season’ Easter Egg
A hand painted milk chocolate Easter egg.
Chococo Dark Chocolate Golden Egg
An Easter egg for lovers of the dark side.
Fortnum & Mason Hand Decorated Dark Chocolate Easter Egg
A beautiful hand decorated Easter Egg from Fortnum & Mason.
James Chocolates Firecracker Egg
A 70% cocoa dark chocolate egg, but it’s James Firecracker chocolate, and therefore home to chilli, pepper, spice, and of course popping candy.
Lucky’s Humpty Dumpty Chestnut Milk Chocolate Egg
I'm a big fan of Lucky's. Their Valrhona enrobed cakes are as innovative as they are delicious, so I was excited to hear they were branching out for Easter.
Thorntons Chocolate Jubilee Easter Egg
Those of you who have been paying attention will know that this year is Thorntons’ 100th birthday. They’ve been working on a raft of new products to celebrate, and this spectacular egg is one of them.
Gorvett & Stone Cinder Toffee Easter Egg
Make no mistake, this is an egg for those with a sweet tooth. But it’s made with care from quality ingredients, and I quickly managed to scoff my way through far more than I should have done.
Cocoapod EasterEggs DIY Kit
In this kit, you get four flat egg-shaped slabs of milk chocolate, a big bag of mixed sweeties, a bag of small chocolate buttons for melting (and sticking said sweeties to said eggs), and a some miniature paintbrushes to help make the whole process even easier.
James Chocolates Caramel & Vanilla Easter Egg
This is the first of a handful of eggs I received from James Chocolates. It’s one of their 60g eggs, which means two things – it’s not going to last you a week, and it won’t cost an absolute fortune. …
Gut Springenheide Real Eggshell
In the aisles of holiday goods, this Easter egg caught my eye — hazelnut truffle in a real eggshell? That’s a new one for me. It was three or four dollars, but looked very pretty, so I had to try …
James Dark Chocolate Cupcake Egg
I’ve reviewed a few James Chocolates products before and had mixed experiences. More often than not, they’re beautifully presented original designs, but the actual chocolate has left something to be desired. I usually find James products in the “expensive chocolate section” …
Artisan du Chocolat Creme de la Creme Egg
I picked this little egg up from Artisan du Chocolat’s stall at the London Chocolate Festival on Friday – a freebie for remembering their ‘magic word of the day’. They come in milk and dark chocolate varieties. This is the milk …
Asda Extra Special Easter Egg
Ah, Asda. Part of the world’s largest public company and purveyor of fine chocolates… perhaps. We’ve never actually reviewed anything from Asda – partly perhaps because they’re not known for their chocolate, but primarily because nobody at Chocablog lives anywhere …
Hotel Chocolat Your Eggsellency Egg
It’s easter egg time again! The second egg that Hotel Chocolat sent us this year was this attractive looking creation dressed in black and gold. As you’d expect from Hotel Chocolat, the packaging is top-notch. Inside the tastefully designed box, each …
Lindt Milk Chocolate Egg With Gold Bunny and Carrots
I saw this pack in the supermarket the other day, and though it terribly kitsch. In the twue spiwit of kitsch, this weview now has to be pwesented with a speech impediment, a combination of Bugs Bunny and I’m feeling it …
Hotel Chocolat Serious Dark Fix Egg
One of the many tempting offerings from Hotel Chocolat this Easter, the Serious Dark Fix Egg is, as one might expect, aimed at those who prefer their cocoa content in the 70th percentile. The shells (extra thick as always) are …
Hotel Chocolat Rocky Road To Caramellow Egg
I’ve lost count of the number of times the postman has knocked on my door with packages from Hotel Chocolat. But this time my reaction was more “Oh.” than “Oooooh!” The box was much smaller than I had been expecting… After …
Cadbury Caramel Egg
The “proper” name for this would be ‘Cadbury Dairy Milk With Caramel Egg’, but the whole Dairy Milk superbrand thing is really starting to annoy me now, so I’m not going to play Cadbury’s silly branding game. As far as …
Green & Black’s Dark 70% Easter Egg
I have to admit to being a little surprised that Green & Black’s make Easter Eggs at all. It just seems a little frivolous for what is normally such a serious chocolate brand. Something tells me they wouldn’t have done …
A Mars Bar in the shape of an egg.
Despite the fact there’s hardly any chocolate in a Kinder Surprise, it’s still one of my all-time favourites. But this little egg is more about what’s inside than the chocolate itself. If you’ve never had one, Kinder Surprise is a thin …
Cadbury Creme Egg Cake
Question: What happens when you try to bake a cake using Creme Eggs instead of real eggs? Answer:< Cadbury Creme Egg Cake/strong> See for yourself! I’m not really surprised it didn’t work. The Creme Egg Gods were obviously mad at him for throwing away …
Cadbury Creme Egg Bar
Ok, I admit it – here at Chocablog, we do have something of a Creme Egg fetish. But who doesn’t? Anyway, after much hunting, Creme Egg Bars (aka ‘Cadbury Dairy Milk with Creme Egg’) have suddenly appeared in all my local …
Cadbury Creme Egg
Cadbury's famous fondant-filled eggs.