The 10 best: Easter Treats

This kit contains everything you need to set up your own egg hunt
This kit contains everything you need to set up your own egg hunt
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1 Little Chick Easter egg hunt kit, £6.95, from thelastdetail.co.uk

Looking to throw an eggs-travagant Easter party this year? The kids will love this pretty Easter egg hunt kit.

It contains all the extras you need to lead them on a treasure hunt – including five pointer signs, four masks, six stickers, four crayons and four colouring pictures.

2 Musical sweetie egg, £9.99, from lakeland.co.uk

Just one twist of the base and this bunny-bedecked musical egg will play Vivaldi’s Spring as it gently rotates.

Remove the lid for even more treats – inside is a scrumptious selection of milk chocolate balls, foiled bunnies and fruit gums.

3 Egg nest, £7.99, from Montezuma’s, in Chichester.

Enjoy six hollow eggs in one handy travel-sized pack.

Each pack contains two of each of the following – dark chocolate and ginger, milk chocolate and butterscotch and white chocolate and raspberry.

4 Cookie mix and egg-shaped cutter, £7, from Whittards.

Have a happy Easter with this delicious vanilla cookie mix.

All you need to enjoy these tasty treats is one egg, one stick of softened butter and two tablespoons of milk.

5 Bunny bowling, £9.50, from M&S.

Sick of all the sweet stuff? This Easter-themed game of 10 pin bowling should keep young and old entertained for a few hours at least.

6 Egg cups design kit, £9, from John Lewis.

If you’re looking for something crafty that will last longer than any edible treat, this make-your-own set should be right up your street.

Each kit contains four plain ceramic egg cups and six coloured markers.

At the very least, it will make breakfast time more egg-citing.

7 Eton mess Easter egg, £14.99, from Thorntons.

Adults will love this grown up egg, flavoured with tasty berries. There are banoffee pie and lemon meringue alternatives as well.

8 Egg pinata, £9.50, from M&S.

This pastel-coloured egg can be strung up from the ceiling and then bashed to bits to reveal the tasty treats inside.

9 Haribo bunny mix bucket, £5, from Tesco.

Enjoy your favourite sweets in these mini-sized treat bags.

10 Silicone chocolate mould and spatula, £2.50, from Sainsbury’s.

Don’t fancy buying your Easter eggs this year? Make your own with this quick and easy DIY kit.

Pour melted chocolate into the mould, smooth it down with the spatula and then leave it to set.