Someone’s launched a solid chocolate egg just in time for Easter

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    Someone's launched a solid chocolate egg just in time for Easter
    (Picture: Amazon)

    The problem with regular Easter eggs is that they’re not substantial enough.

    The chocolate might be delicious but there’s not enough of it. You’ve just got a 2mm thick oval – and the rest is air.

    the cheese barWe went to The Cheese Bar to see what all the fuss is about

    If only they were solid all the way through. If only, when you smashed it open, there would be big lumps of delicious chocolate to snack on – not frail crumbs of shell.

    Well this year, the Easter Bunny has listened and he has delivered.

    The Solid Chocolate Company has launched what they claim is the world’s very first Solid Chocolate Egg.

    Forget the crappy hollow eggs of old, these bad boys are 750g of solid Belgian chocolate split into 42 bite size pieces and fitted together like a jigsaw.

    Someone's launched a solid chocolate egg just in time for Easter
    (Picture: Amazon)

    And they’re available in milk, white, dark and caramel chocolate.

    Finally, something to get your chops around.

    You can pick one (or all) up for £24.99 from Amazon.

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