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Best supermarket Easter eggs 2022

Published: March 31, 2022 at 1:58 pm
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The olive Supermarket Awards 2022 are here to make your life easier. Discover the best shop-bought Easter eggs, including milk, dark, white and vegan chocolate eggs

Discover the best supermarket Easter eggs to buy this year, from vegan Easter eggs to luxury and white chocolate options. Plus, check out our Vegan Supermarket Awards 2022, including dairy- and meat-free sweet treats. Looking for the best Easter gifts for friends and family this year? We've picked out the best Easter gifts.

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Discover the full results of the olive Easter Supermarket Awards 2022.


Best dark chocolate Easter egg

Winner: Waitrose No.1 dark chocolate with dark chocolate truffles Easter egg (215g), £10

This good-quality dark chocolate egg has a lovely snap and smooth melt.

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A dark chocolate Easter egg set against a pale blue background

Highly commended: ASDA Extra Special The Mint One dark chocolate egg (400G), £4

One for mint chocolate fans, this egg offers something different and sports a pretty, swirled design.

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Best milk chocolate Easter egg

Winner: Waitrose No.1 milk chocolate with champagne truffles Easter egg (215g), £10

While not all our judges were convinced by the boozy truffles, this is excellent quality chocolate with a complex flavour and well-balanced bitter and sweet notes. It's a really classic, creamy egg.

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An unwrapped milk chocolate egg on a blue box with truffles and tulips on the side

Highly commended: Lidl Deluxe Valencian orange milk chocolate Easer egg (210g), £5.99

This thin chocolate egg has a pretty carved design and an extremely intense orange flavour – one for Terry’s Chocolate Orange fans.

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Best white chocolate Easter egg

Winner: Waitrose No.1 blonde chocolate with salted caramel truffles Easter egg (215g), £10

A rich blonde egg with a pleasing salty crunch to balance the sweetness. The standout winner.

An unwrapped blonde chocolate Easter egg surrounded by other chocolate eggs

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Best luxury chocolate Easter egg

Winner: Heston from Waitrose The Golden Apple (260g), £15

Judges loved the combination of dark and sweet caramel chocolate. The inner dark layer balances out the overall sweetness, while the luxurious shimmer coating looks really impressive.
A shimmering chocolate apple on a blue background with fresh flowers next to it

Highly commended: ASDA Extra Special extra thick honeycomb, pretzel & almond milk chocolate Easter egg (400g), £6

A super-sweet large egg made from thick, chunky chocolate and filled with enjoyable crunchy pieces of pretzel and honeycomb.

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Best vegan Easter egg

Winner: ASDA Extra Special Free From dark chocolate egg with vanilla flavour truffles (200g), £4.50

Rich dark chocolate with a nicely balanced bitterness and sweetness, and a slight crunch.

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A vegan chocolate egg on a pink plate with extra chocolates on the side

Highly commended: Aldi Moser Roth Free From salted caramel egg with hidden truffles (200g), £4.49

Smooth, sweet milk chocolate with salted caramel pieces for crunch – you’d never know it was vegan.

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Best sustainable egg

Winner: Sainsbury’s The Good Egg Belgian milk & white chocolate egg (250g), £8

Made with Rainforest Alliance-certified chocolate, this fun design has a balance of dark and sweet white chocolate. Expect a smooth and creamy taste.

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Half a chocolate Easter egg on a blue plate with a fork on the side

How we chose the winners

The olive team chose nine categories having researched which products you, our readers, would be most likely to buy this Easter. We invited all the big supermarkets to select the products they wanted to nominate (just one entry per category, so they had to choose carefully). Our expert panel of judges blind-tasted them, rating each on taste, texture and appearance. We then awarded 'winner' and 'highly commended' accolades to our favourites.

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