Hotel Chocolat Launches Cookie Dough And Chocolate Spread Easter Egg Sandwiches
Luxury confectionery brand Hotel Chocolat has two new indulgent additions to its famous chocolate egg sandwiches for Easter this year.
Maybe you will be tempted by the new cookie dough and ice cream egg sandwich or a chocolate spread option, but they both sound utterly delicious.
Don't worry, there is no real egg or bread involved in these chocolatey creations.
The cookie dough and ice cream egg sandwich consists of white chocolate and raspberry half-eggs with slices of crunchy caramel milk chocolate.
Hotel Chocolat describes the other chocolate sandwich option as a hazelnut spread on toast, with rich 50 per cent milk choc slabs - perfect if you eat Nutella with a spoon straight from the jar.
The new sandwiches join other chocolate options on the Hotel Chocolate menu, which include a vegetarian-friendly lamb and mint chocolate sandwich.
These Easter-themed treats feature Hotel Chocolat's spring lamb, Woolliam, made from white chocolate, and the milk chocolate slabs are made with refreshing Tasmanian peppermint oil, luscious white and crispy feuilletine.
And if none of those three float your boat, maybe the caramayo caramel chocolate egg sandwich will.
White chocolate half-eggs are sandwiched with caramel-milk, and there is lashings of cocoa butter for 'an astonishing melt'.
The yolk is naturally 'on the sunny side', meaning no artificial flavours and colours are used either.
Each Easter egg sandwich comes in typical supermarket-style packaging, although there's something much fancier sitting inside.
The chocolate treats are priced at £10 a pop, but you can pick up three for £27 in a meal deal(ish) style offer.
Hotel Chocolat's Easter collection is already up one site and in-store, and it also includes extra-thick chocolate eggs filled with indulgent surprises.
Choose from rocky road, half caramel and half chocolate brownie, milk chocolate or caramel, with pralines and truffles sitting inside, each £27.
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