Say "I love you" this Easter with an egg that looks like it should be on display in the Louvre.
It seems like a lifetime ago now, but do you remember the Great Easter Egg Shortage of 2021? In another typically lockdown-esque turn of events, people stockpiled chocolate like toilet paper and in the days before Easter Sunday there wasn't an egg to be had in the country.
This year, some supermarkets are finding ways to avoid another shortage such as limiting eggs to 15 per customer, but you can also get ahead of the curve yourself by ordering an egg from one of these Irish businesses. Hand painted, Nutella stuffed, hare-shaped - whatever you're into, there'll be an egg on this list for you.
Based in Dublin, Arcane's eggs are hand painted and layered on the inside with your choice of toasted biscuit and caramel, fruit and yogurt or pistachio and praline. Have a look at all their chocolatey delights HERE.
Lir's Easter collection includes a nutty praline egg, a Bailey's sundae egg and even a Guinness egg with miniature chocolate pints. That's just about as Irish as they come.
As with all of their creations, Koko's hand painted eggs are truly works of art. Browse through flavours or go for one of Koko's homemade creme eggs HERE.
Sugar Loaf Dublin
For the past few weeks Sugar Loaf have been sharing an array of drool-worthy eggs stuffed with everything from Nutella to pineapple cream, perfect for the decadent dessert lover in your life. See more flavours and find out how to order on the Sugar Loaf Insta.
Hazel Mountain Chocolate
Can you cope with the cuteness of this wee chocolate chick? Just one part of the great array of Easter treats available from Hazel Mountain - have a browse HERE.
Bean and Goose
For the person in your life who loves plain and simple, delicious quality Easter chocolate, these beautiful chocolate hares from Bean and Goose are a must. Perfection with a cup of tea.
Show someone you care with an Easter egg they could use as a dumbbell. This baby from Skelligs chocolate is 1.2kg of pure deliciousness.
Header image via Arcane Chocolate