This Easter, indulge in some decadent treats with a difference. From bouncy brioche buns to loveable chocolate characters, Asda has everything to help make your celebrations that little ‘Extra Special’ this year.



Bella the Bunny Piñata Cake (£6.00)

This showstopper party piece is certain to wow both kids and adults alike. Shaped to look like a bunny searching for treasure in a tree stump, the scrumptious white sponge is bursting with chocolate buttercream, then topped with edible decorations. With a huge 16 servings, this chocolatey delight is ideal for parties and Easter celebrations with loved ones.

Bunny Crumpets (£1.00)

These novelty bunny shaped crumpets are perfect for bringing a bit of Easter fun for all of the family to enjoy. Available in a pack of four, these fluffy Easter treats are best lightly grilled until golden brown, then topped with lashings of golden melted butter. Breakfast and Afternoon Tea will never be this fun again!



Extra Special Hot Cross Buns (£1.00)

Asda wanted to create something ‘Extra Special’ when it came to their Hot Cross Buns this Easter. The indulgent new recipe contains 33% fruit, made up of Chilean flame raisins, orange soaked sultanas and mixed peel, along with real butter and free range eggs to help form a deliciously light brioche bun. Whether you’re after a quick treat or an alternative to your usual breakfast, these buns cover all bases.

Extra Special Golden Egg (£8.00)


This hand finished Belgian Chocolate Egg just oozes wow factor. Visually stunning, the large egg has a sparkly golden finish and comes with 3 salted caramel truffle half eggs – the perfect egg for gifting.


Rabbit Hutch Egg (£5.00)


Perfect for Easter Egg Hunts this Egg will delight your little ones! With a trio of milk, dark and white chocolate forming a ‘Rabbit Hutch’ and an edible chocolate bunny on the side, this creamy creation is the ultimate feast.



Novelty Characters – Cheeky Monkey, Bella the Bunny, Emily the Elephant (£3.50)


If you’re looking for an alternative to eggs this year, Asda has extended it’s loveable chocolate animal range. Formed of hollow milk chocolate, these cute characters are fun for all the family – Cheeky Monkey, Emily the Elephant and Bella the Bunny are certain to keep the kids entertained!



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