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16 Easter egg delivery options to send to loved ones during lockdown

These Easter egg deliveries won't disappoint!

Nichola Murphy

As we approach a second Easter disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, you may be wondering what your options are when it comes to Easter egg deliveries. 

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If you've ever tried to buy a chocolate gift and send it through the post, you'll know that it doesn't end well. Avoid cracked eggs and disappointment on Easter Sunday by ordering your eggs online and getting them delivered to your loved ones - but hurry, time is running out!

From stunning hand-painted eggs to white chocolate treats and hampers full of decadent foods, you've got plenty to choose from. Take a look at our top picks for Easter egg deliveries below…


Extra thick Easter egg, £29, Hotel Chocolat


If breakages are what you're worried about, then this extra-thick egg will give you peace of mind. On the Hotel Chocolat website, it states: "If you want to crack this egg you’re going to have to use some real force." And once you do pry it open, you'll be greeted with hazelnut praline, soft caramel and dulce de leche flavoured mini treats.

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Creme Egg chocolate slab, £5.99, Etsy


Our mouth is watering just looking at this Creme Egg chocolate slab, which comes in long rectangles, heart shapes and more. Milk or white chocolate is topped with Cadbury Creme Eggs, Mini Eggs and Cadbury white and milk chocolate buttons – yum!


Mini Easter egg gift, £15, Marks & Spencer


Packed full of Easter lollies, chocolate bunnies and tasty eggs, this letterbox gift is specifically designed to be sent in the post.

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Small Mini Egg Millionaire traybake, £11.99, Lewis & Baker


Add an Easter twist to some of your favourite sweet treats with Lewis & Baker's traybakes. We're talking Millionaire shortbread topped with Mini Eggs, soft and chewy blondie with fresh raspberries and white chocolate, and salted caramel brownie dotted with Mini Eggs. All come in small and large sizes.


Hand-decorated Easter egg, £45, Fortnum & Mason


This hand-decorated chocolate Easter egg is definitely Instagram-worthy! They come in white, milk or dark chocolate and are decorated with hand-made sugar flowers. 


Biscoff Rocky Road Easter egg kit, was £20 now £10.99, Wowcher


If you know someone who loves rocky road, then this DIY Biscoff Rocky Road Easter egg kit is a must-buy. Made with Belgian milk chocolate, Mini Eggs, Lotus Biscoff and marshmallows, you can add a personalised message for your friend or family member to make their own, or whip up a version to send to someone in the post.

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Golden Easter egg, £20, Moonpig


Moonpig may be where you're planning to get your Easter card from, but did you know that you can get an Easter egg delivery at the same time? We've got our eye on this luxury golden egg created by Van Roy.


Personalised Easter chocolate, £6, Etsy


This personalised Easter egg delivery is bound to be a hit, with the thin slab making it ideal for sending through the post. Choose from a white base, or a milk chocolate base with a name or Easter greeting piped on the front.

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Bunny's Basket chocolate, £8, Hotel Chocolat


How cute are these mini milk chocolate rabbits and chicks? Perfect for snacking on throughout Easter Sunday, or even for use in an Easter egg hunt.  


Easter hamper, £30, Amazon


Send a little hamper of sweet treats via Amazon. This one includes chocolate honeycomb, Mini Eggs, chocolate caramel popcorn as well as an egg, making it perfect for those planning an Easter egg hunt. 


Peter Rabbit hamper, £20, Cadbury


Who wouldn't want to open their door to this adorable (and delicious!) Cadbury Easter gift box? A white chocolate and Oreo bunny, orange mousse bunny and double chocolate Egg n Spoon are just some of the treats inside this Peter Rabbit-themed hamper.

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Matchbox bunnies, £6.50, Fortnum & Mason


Looking for an Easter egg delivery that can fit through the letterbox? These hand-decorated bunnies, made from Dominican Republic chocolate, lie in a small matchbox. Best to order a few to make sure everyone gets a taste!


Percy Pig bouquet, £30, Marks & Spencer


Perfect for someone who wants to avoid a chocolate overload, this Percy Pig bouquet includes all the most popular Percy sweets.


Hot Cross Brownies, £9.95 (including delivery), Postbox Bakery


Opt for something a little different and try these fun brownies with an Easter twist. One pack of four fits perfectly in a letterbox, making them the ideal gift for a family - their Easter Sunday pudding is sorted!

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Spring Sharing Box, £26.95, PAUL


Enjoy all the alfresco fun and festivities with PAUL bakery's delicious collection of Easter treats, from the new Spring Sharing Box to Fruit or Chocolate Hot Cross Buns. delivery to select London and Oxford postcodes, and nationwide delivery for the DIY kit.


Creams Easter Cadbury Doughnuts, £8.95, Creams Café


Chocoholics rejoice! Creams Café has partnered with Cadbury on a range of dishes to sweeten up your Easter. Choose from a box of Creams’ delicious doughnuts topped with Cadbury Creme Eggs and Cadbury Mini Eggs.

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