Celebrating Easter with M&S*


When it comes to prepping for an Easter party or celebration, M&S should definitely be your first stop. From traditional to trendy pieces, there is a whole range of showstoppers which make the perfect presents, and honestly, I’m a little obsessed.


Moonbeam the Unicorn Egg is possibly one of the cutest eggs I’ve seen. Hand decorated, and made up of sweet white chocolate, this is going to be a complete home-run for anyone looking for something a little whimsical this season.


If you’re a traditionalist, you’re going to need to stock up on some hot cross buns, and M&S’ are a classic for a reason. These are the softest, squigiest buns I’ve tried, and they’re delicious plain as they are toasted. Paired with a pot of tea, these make an indulgent treat over the Easter weekend, and they’re even yummy as a breakfast option!

Finding fun pieces for your Easter egg hunt can be a bit of a pain, but M&S has made your life so easy with their bags of Hide and Seek eggs, as well as their Cheeky Chicks, which are available in milk and white chocolate varieties.


Another of the new products M&S have introduced for Easter is the Bubbly Bunny. If you’re a fan of Aeros, you’re going to love this. Bubbles of milky chocolate are always going to be a delight, and the fact that this clocks in at a reasonable 123 calories means that you’ll be able to enjoy it guilt-free!

Last, but certainly not least are these gorgeous chocolate egg biscuits. Crisp chocolatey bases are covered with white and pink chocolate, and finished with speckled eggs. All chocolate and crunch these are a perfect mid-afternoon treat, and could add a gorgeous Easter twist if you’re having people over for coffee.

As you would expect – M&S have absolutely hit it out the park for Easter – you can find out more about the range, including food & gift ordering here.


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