There are Easter Eggs. And then there are Easter Eggs! Booja-Booja’s selection falls into the latter category – their exquisite offering is quite literally a work of art.
Forget traditional bog standard chocolate wrapped in foil. Instead, think luxury truffles housed in gorgeous, hand-painted papier-mache shells.
I’m a fan of pretty multi-use products. I just adore the fact that these beautiful velvet-lined oval boxes can be kept to store small bits and bobs or simply left on the windowsill to brighten up the kitchen once the contents have been devoured.
What’s more, this organic vegan brand works with a community of 150 artisans in Kashmir, India – one of the few places in the world where hand-made work reigns over industrial mass-production – to produce the dazzling shells before they are hand-packed with truffles in Norfolk.
Oh, and did I mention that these sweet treats are dairy-free, gluten-free and soya-free, so a friend or loved one with dietary issues or allergies* to the above needn’t miss out on the holiday celebrations either? Booja-Booja’s Easter Eggs come in three flavours: Fine de Champagne, Hazelnut Crunch, and Almond Salted Caramel and are sold in two sizes – small (3x truffles) and large (12xtruffles), priced £9.99 and £24.99 respectively.
And the good news is I’m giving away a Hazelnut Crunch truffle Easter Egg worth £24.99 to one lucky reader.
(The truffles inside this egg are made with cocoa beans from the Dominican Republic, coconut oil, hazelnuts and cocoa powder)
To enter the competition simply comment below or over on our Facebook page explaining why you’d like to win. For a second entry simple share the post on Facebook.
The name of one winner will be drawn at 8pm on Monday 26 March. The competition is open to UK residents only. Terms and conditions apply.
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The eggs can be found at Booja-Booja which has donated the prize in exchange for this post. *These eggs do contain nuts. If you have allergies, always read the label.
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