Check out the best supermarket Easter eggs to buy this year, from vegan Easter eggs to luxury and white chocolate, we’ve got it covered.
Click here for the full results of the olive Easter supermarket awards 2020
* Prices correct at time of print
Best dark chocolate Easter egg
Winner: Sainsbury’s Cocoa et Co single-origin dark chocolate teardrop, £10/220g
This smooth dark chocolate egg has prominent berry notes, lending it a complex, grown-up flavour.
Best milk chocolate Easter egg
Winner: Aldi Moser Roth giant dragon’s egg, £14.99/800g
An all-round showstopper. This enormous egg impresses with its complex, toffee-forward undertones, creamy texture and delicate shell.
Highly commended: Lidl Deluxe extra premium Easter egg, Valencian orange milk chocolate, £4.99/210g
Buy this orange blossom egg for its pure floral flavour and creamy mouthfeel. Perfect if you like fruity chocolate.
Best white chocolate Easter egg
Winner: M&S The Collection extra thick white and blonde chocolate egg, £12/500g
Make this your must-buy egg of 2020. The double chocolate whammy (creamy white on one side, posh Caramac-style on the other) combined with an extra-thick shell and biscuity scent means you’ll be eating it all Easter.
Highly commended: Sainsbury’s Cocoa et Co white chocolate bunny, £8/405g
A great option for children, this mellow, milky egg has a well-balanced sweetness.
Best luxury chocolate Easter egg
Winner: M&S The Collection marbled truffle egg, £15/480g
With its impressive marbled design and crunchy feuilletine-style layer inside, this luxury egg is moreish enough to eat in one sitting.
Highly commended: Tesco Finest the pearl, £10/300g
This creamy egg has three distinct layers (including a white chocolate and raspberry middle) and is perfect for those with a sweeter tooth.
Best vegan Easter egg
Winner: Asda Extra Special free-from dark chocolate egg with vanilla flavoured truffles, £5/200g
A creamy dark chocolate egg, with intense roasted cocoa bean notes and a peppering of cocoa nibs for added crunch.
How we chose the winners
The olive team chose eight 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.
Look out for these olive badges as a mark of excellence: