Spoil someone special this April with fabulous Easter treats! It’s all about eating and drinking this coming Bank Holiday, so get ready for treats galore! From Home House’s New London Dry gGin to chef’s for foodies delicious lamb recipe boxes (not forgetting the Easter eggs of course), here’s some Easter feasting treating inspo!
For a gorgeous gifting treat this Easter, boutique bakery Donutelier have unveiled their new Easter collection both in store at their Covent Garden ‘doughnut atelier’ and with their click and collect service. The irresistable new treats include Gianduja Chocolate Eggs (Milk Chantilly and praline, chocolate hazelnuts crust, chocolate ganache nest and gianduja flakes – £6.50), Springtime Pistachio (Chantilly cream and pistachio varigato, pistachio ganache nest and chocolate eggs – £6.50), and Easter Vanilla Dreams (Fleur de sel ganache, white chocolate hazelnuts crust, vanilla cream nest, salted caramel and gianduja flakes – £6.50).
Home House’s New London Dry Gin (£37.50)
For the friends in your life who love themselves a members club, Home House have just launched their very own London Dry Gin which would make a great gift this Easter, or of course if you want to treat yourself! Inspired by the Countess of Home’s favourite drink, Home House have teamed up with luxury Gin distillery Oro, based in Lockerbie, Scotland. The spirit captures the heritage and epicurean essence of the iconic private members club with botanicals including Macedonian juniper, angelica, Madagascan cinnamon and English rose. During its launch phase, grab your bottle from the Home House website priced at £37.50, or from the front desk.
chefs for foodies Easter Lamb Recipe Box
Michelin star food delivery box company chefs for foodies have just launched their Easter recipe box in collab with Masterchef winner Steven Wallis. The massive feast for 4-6 people includes a roasted lamb shoulder with chargrilled asparagus and lemon crumb, fennel and shallots and French style peas, topped off with a dill and mint creme fraiche and a red wine jus. What’s more, you can watch the video masterclass from Steven which’ll show you exactly how to prepare your Easter feast for the bank holiday weekend! Priced at just £65, your guests will be seriously impressed and feel super spoiled and treated!
Easter Cocktails with New BACARDÍ Caribbean Spiced
BACARDÍ Rum’s very first premium spiced product has just hit the shelves and for those who fancy mixing things up this Easter with a few cheeky drinks, the new bottle would make a brilliant gift. Smooth aged rum is blended with spice, pineapple, coconut water and sweet coconut blossom to create a truly tropical taste which tastes great in cocktails. Expect notes of juicy Caribbean fruit, a hint of spice, cinnamon, vanilla and subtle oak from the barrel. Transporting you to the tropics, grab a bottle of BACARDÍ Caribbean Spiced from Amazon, Mixlab or Ocado. Also available at Tesco and Waitrose from April. £24 / ABV 40%.
Limited-Edition Easter Treats from Ladurée
There a few chocolates more luxurious than the offerings from Ladurée! Their new Easter limited edition treats are the perfect pressie for someone special in your life! Crafted exclusively for the holidays, Ladurée’s gorgeous boxes of 20 small dark and milk chocolate eggs are filled with hazelnut, almond and praline. Available in store from now until 11th April and also available online, the floral packaging is special in itself, but just wait until you try the chocolates! £35 from the website. Personalised Easter Macarons sets are also available in store from £2.60 each.
Want to drink sustainably this Easter bank holiday weekend? Sustainability starts with the grain and Sapling’s farming methods mean they create a more healthy living soil, capture loads of C02 and increase biodiversity. Planting a tree for every bottle sold, their bottles are made from 40% recycled glass, and are 100% recyclable, plus the corks are totally natural. And they’ve just launched these awesome refill pouches (£26) which save you money, while reducing Caron production by 25%. What about how they taste? Sapling Climate Positive Vodka (£27 for 70cl) is distilled four times exclusively from British wheat. Herbaceous, sharp and citrussy, it’s both smooth and sweet and tastes great both on the rocks and as a base for bangin’ cocktails. Check out the website and shop here.
Booja Booja Organic Chocolate Champagne Truffles Easter Egg (£24.99)
For a chocolatey treat this Easter which is also totally gluten and dairy free, Booja Booja make vegan and organic treats while being kind to the planet and with 21 years of experience, multiple awards and scrummy tasting products, they’re definitely doing something right! Hand painted by artists in Kashmir, no two designs are the same, so for a truly individual gift this Easter, go Booja Booja at Selfridges!
Keto Hot Cross Buns
Watching the weight but still want in on the Easter treats? We’ve got just the thing! 8 Foods have launched these gorge Keto Hot Cross Buns (£7.75 for 4 buns), which are only 6 grams of carbs per bun – significantly lower than a traditional hot cross bun. Vegan, keto, low sugar and high fibre and also grain, gluten, dairy and yeast free, enjoy for breakfast, lunch as an afternoon snack for max enjoyment and minimum carbs! Grab yours here.