The 44 Foods Easter Gift Guide
Planning an Easter feast for friends and family? Perhaps you’re lending a helping hand to the Easter bunny or planning a picnic (and keeping fingers crossed for good weather)? Whatever your plans this Easter holiday, we’re here to make eating fantastic quality food that little bit easier.
For the kids
If the Easter Bunny is paying a visit to your house, he might need to stock up on some Mini Easter Eggs to lay his trail. These colourful and crunchy treats are the perfect size.
Looking for an alternative to the traditional egg? How about a set of six super cute mini Milk Chocolate Ducklings instead? Made from chocolate cream with a milk chocolate coating and almost too sweet to eat!
We think this year’s ultimate egg comes in the shape of Cocoba’s Candy Milk Chocolate Easter Egg – made with premium Belgian milk chocolate, white chocolate and studded with candy-coated chocolate beans.
For the grown-ups
Grown-ups shouldn’t have to miss out on all the fun. Enjoy watching the egg hunt while indulging in a luxurious mug of hot chocolate.
Try a three-pack of Cocoba’s innovative Hot Chocolate Bombes, packed with mini marshmallows and made with premium Belgian milk chocolate.
In need of a gift for someone special this Easter? Treat them to a box of Sea Salted Caramel Truffles – the perfect present for any chocolate connoisseur.
For the Easter feast
Will it be traditional roast lamb? Or will you choose chicken, beef or pork? Whatever you decide, we’ve made preparing the feast easy with our roast dinner bundles.
Starting at £23, each box contains enough for four generous adult portions.
As well as your choice of meat, each bundle includes seasonal British veg and all the trimmings to make it a meal to remember.
Need a vegan option? Try a Garlic and Rosemary Roast, available in 500g and 1kg sizes.
It wouldn’t be Easter without a hot cross bun and we think these are the best!
Hobbs House Bakery buns are soft, spiced and filled with the juiciest fruit before being hand-finished with a piped cross and a sticky bun wash.
Vegan-friendly and totally moreish!
For the drinks
Serve a crisp refreshing glass of Sharpham Dart Valley Reserve or Pinot Noir Rose from the Sharpham vineyard on the banks of the River Dart in Totnes. If ale is more your thing, Purity Brewing Co have a fantastic selection, including the zesty Mad Goose Pale Ale or the distinctive Pure UBU.
For the soft drinks, how about a glass of Eager orange, apple or pineapple juice – not from concentrate and naturally sweet. Luscombe’s Organic Hot Ginger Beer sells like hot cakes here at 44 Foods – packing a punch with its blend of fresh Peruvian root ginger, raw cane sugar and Sicilian lemon juice. Or how about a refreshing glass of Wild Elderflower Bubbly – a classic option infused with hand-picked elderflowers.
From all of us at 44 Foods, wishing you a very happy Easter.