16 April 2014

Easter with Thorntons


When it comes to Easter I generally leave buying gifts until the very last minute so that I can shop around for the best offers and save money - but the great deals at Thorntons really caught my eye this year.

They have 3 eggs for £25 (which includes their delicious Fudge Brownie, Raspberry Cheesecake and Banoffee Pie versions), 5 eggs for £25 and 4 gifts for just £12 which makes your pennies go that little bit further. They have such great variety and create beautiful and quality chocolate that it makes it hard to decide which to choose! 

We were asked to take our pick from the goodies available to review and I would've been crazy to refuse. I selected the Easter Chocolate Surprise hamper which at just £25, reduced from £50, is a complete bargain. It has something for every member of the family and was therefore ideal for us.




The hamper contains:

Footy Fanatic Easter Egg 
Shining Star Easter Egg
2x Milk Chunky Easter Eggs
2x Harry Hopalot Easter Eggs
Classics Easter Egg
Moments Easter Egg
Premium Collection Chocolates
Bunny Lolly
Lenny Lolly

A few of these I've put by for the Easter Bunny to give to the Mini Mes this weekend so those remain unopened, but the Mr and I dived straight into a few of the others.
Temptation certainly took over!

The Moments and Classics eggs both contain a selection of chocolates in the bottom of the box which is a great way to introduce you to the collections available all year round in store.
The lollies are a nice mini treat for little ones in particular without being a chocolate overload so they are well suited for toddlers.
The Chunky Eggs are slightly thicker than a standard egg meaning a little goes a long way!



We shared the box of chocolates when family visited which is a far classier alternative to the usual crisps and sweets we offer although these would make a lovely gift too.

Everything that we indulged in was delicious and really attractive in appearance.
I regularly pick up small treats from Thorntons when I pop to town (the Mr loves their rum and raisin fudge) and I would definitely purchase from their Easter range before thinking of visiting supermarkets.

With offers like these you would be crazy not to.



Planning an Easter egg hunt this April? Thorntons have some great tips to help: 


Have you had a look at Thorntons Easter treats yet?


*We received Easter chocolates from Thorntons for the purpose of this post. The thoughts and opinions given are honest and our own*

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