Asda Chosen By You Egg Hunt - £4.00
Asda have a whole range of Easter products in store at the moment and they kindly sent me a few to sample. Firstly is this bright felt basket with bunny design. It comes with one large chocolate egg and eight smaller eggs. There are also arrow signs included so you can set up a fun Easter egg hunt.
It's a good value set and younger children will enjoy carrying their eggs around in the lovely bunny basket!
Chick Egg Hunt Basket - £2.00.
Creamy Chocolate Eggs £1.00
The eggs are described as milk chocolate filled with a milky creme filling. I'll happily admit that I loved the taste of these, they were everyone's favourite of the products we were sent.
They centre is reminiscent of Kinder chocolates, with a lovely smooth cocoa flavour and creamy sweetness from the white chocolate filling. I'll be back to Asda for more of these!
Easter Cards at Asda
And if you need Easter Cards then there's also an extensive range at Asda, which is great value. Is is just me or has the price of most greetings cards become completely ridiculous?
Chocolate Little Lambs
I was also sent this pack of three chocolate Little Lambs. These lambs are a little bit different from the usual chocolate bunnies, and there are two milk chocolate lambs and one white chocolate lamb per pack.
They look very cute and the design is quite detailed. I love their curly haired woolly coats.
I didn't think I would like the chocolate in these. Despite the impression you might get from this blog I'm not keen on the type of chocolate that is used for most Easter eggs. However the chocolate in this set exceeded my expectations, especially the milk chocolate. It's very sweet (and I mean very) but it has a decent cocoa flavour, and a minimum of 31% cocoa solids.
Billy the Bunny £2.00
There are lots of new Easter treats available in the instore bakery too, including this bunny shaped gingerbread biscuit, which is decorated with icing sugar.
Charlie the Chick Cake - £10.00
Asda Chosen By You
White Choc & Raspberry Hot Cross Buns £1.25
There are also some unique flavours of hot cross bun available from the instore bakery. I've reviewed these White Choc and Raspberry ones already here.
Asda PR kindly sent me some products to review but all views are my own.