£3. The little ones can build their very own gingerbread farmyard and then decorate with soft icing, chocolate pieces and sprinkles. Then eat it. Yum!
Also fantastic for kids is the Easter mega mallow bunny, and the giant ‘Billy the Bunny’ gingerbread biscuit. I especially love the mallow bunny, it makes a nice change from the usual Easter treats!
For the perfect way to start Easter morning, why not check out the chocolate egg on toast? A fun take on Easter breakfast, and bound to be enjoyed by everyone.
If you need a more grown up Easter gift, then I would highly recommend the Bejewelled milk and dark chocolate egg. It comes covered in sweet chocolate fudge and chocolate coated honeycomb with a purple lustre, and I can confirm that it is delicious. A real grown up treat, and at just £5 I think it is really good value!
What would you choose? Have you got all your Easter treats ready, or will you be heading off to Asda later?