Easter eggs are one of the best parts of Easter for kids (and adults too, who are we kidding?), but they can also be very expensive, especially if you have a few you need to buy.
To help you get the best Easter egg deals, we went on an Easter hunt for the best cheap Easter eggs that are still great quality.
In our list of the best cheap Easter eggs for 2017, you’ll find our top picks for under £1, £3 and £5, so you can buy according to your budget.
Big Easter eggs are usually more expensive, but you’ll be surprised with what you can buy for just a few pounds ifyou dig deeper in some of the supermarkets – so we’ve done all the digging to find the best ones for you.
Our best Easter egg deals for 2017 include a Thorntons Easter egg, some of Cadbury’s best Easter offers and a few surprising great deals from supermarket brands – scroll down to see our best Easter egg deals…
Best cheap Easter eggs for under £1
Dairy Milk Freddo Faces Egg
With irresistible Cadbury chocolate, this Easter egg comes in a great size for the price you’re paying. Incredibly moreish, it also comes with bag of Freddo faces inside, so you get a little extra something for your money too.
Get it: £1, from Morrisons.
Smarties Medium Easter Egg
If you want an exciting but still cheap Easter egg, this Smarties one is another very good option. The surprise Smarties inside are the best bit, but they tend to go everywhere once you crack the egg open, so make sure you’re careful not to waste any precious sweets!
Get it: £1, from Morrisons.
Dairy Milk with Mini Eggs
If you love Mini Eggs, this one’s for you. The shell is made of the same Cadbury chocolate we all love, but this Easter egg comes equipped with a special stash of Mini Eggs to make all your Easter dreams come true – no Easter bunny required.
Get it: £1, from Asda.
Best cheap Easter eggs for under £3
Dairyfine Rocky Mallow Rubble Easter EggCoated with a rocky-road style mix of sweets including marshmallows and blackcurrant jelly sweets, this Easter egg looks very fun and colourful both in and outside the packaging.
The soft texture of the marshmallows goes great with the sweet flavour of the Belgian chocolate at first, but it can become a bit too sickly if you have more than a few bites in one go – maybe it’s a good incentive to exercise portion control?
You can also get this Easter egg in a Popping Candy version, but we preferred the textured of the Rocky Mallow Rubble.
Get it: £2.99, from Aldi.
Thorntons Gruffalo Egg, £3
With creamy, melt-in-the-mouth chocolate, this Easter egg has quite a thick shell and is also one of the sweetest we’ve tasted – so definitely one to buy for the sweet-tooths in your life.
Get it: £2.5, from Asda.
Lindt Gold Bunny Milk Chocolate 100g
You can’t go wrong with a classic Lindt bunny. However, this is a very small Easter egg so you’re not getting as much for your money compared with other brands – ideal if all you care about is good quality chocolate without breaking the bank.
Get it: £3, from Tesco.
Best cheap Easter eggs for £5 or under
Waitrose Milk or Dark Chocolate Egg with Lamb and Bunny embossed
These hollow milk and dark chocolate eggs are sure to please both young and old recipients! These simple eggs are perfect for those who don’t want any thrills and are all about the chocolate. The embossed designs make these eggs very stylish and suitable for all ages as a gift.
Get it: £5, from Waitrose
ASDA Rabbit Hutch Egg
Besides being super adorable, this Easter egg from ASDA has a ‘Rabbit Hutch’ made with three different chocolates – milk, dark and white chocolate – so your little one can have all three. It also comes with a cute edible chocolate bunny on the side, made of white chocolate.
Get it: £5 from ASDA
Deluxe Eton Mess Easter Egg
Most Easter eggs are milk chocolate, so this one from Lidl will be a big favourite for any white chocolate lovers out there.
From our pool of chocolate tasters (who very reluctantly agreed to help in the task of trying various Easter eggs), even those who usually prefer milk chocolate enjoyed this white chocolate Easter egg.
The Eton Mess topping was surprisingly not sickly and the strawberries bits were a great addition to the white chocolate.
Get it: £3.49 from Lidl
Easter Mini Chocolate Pizza
You’ve probably seen bunny, egg and evens monster-shaped Easter chocolates, but have you an Easter chocolate pizza? You have now!
The chocolate in these mini chocolate pizzas is absolutely delicious and you can pick from two designs – a handmade white chocolate bunny and spring coloured rainbow drops or mini candy coated eggs and rainbow drops.
You can also buy a bigger size pizza for £11.50, but these mini ones are great as a little treat for the kids.
Get it: £3.35, from The Gourmet Chocolate Pizza Company
Kinder Surprise Special Edition Egg
Who doesn’t lover Kinder eggs? This childhood staple has now reached the big Easter egg leagues with a giant, Easter-special size being sold for the first time in the UK this year.
Despite its bigger size – it’s five times bigger than your usual Kinder egg – the chocolate tastes exactly the same so you know exactly what you’re getting. And yes, it also comes with giant toys to match the giant chocolate shells – take your pick between My Little Pony or Transformers: Robots in Disguise.
Get it: £5, from Tesco.
Moser Roth Delectable Duo Sharing Egg
One of our top choices for adults (yes, that includes yourself), this beautiful Easter egg from Aldi comes separated in two bits so you can easily share with someone or just make less of a mess when you eat it, as you don’t have to crack the whole thing open at once.
This Easter egg also makes it very easy to compromise if you’re sharing with a partner, friend or family member who doesn’t like the same kind of chocolate as you. Each of the two pieces is made with a different type of a chocolate, so you can pick a milk/white duo or a milk/dark duo.
Get it: £4.99, from Aldi.
The Co-op Fairtrade Fried Egg
This was a strong favourite for the entire GoodtoKnow team. Sweet but not sickly, this medium-sized Easter egg also has a cute fried egg design that the kids will definitely enjoy, especially the egg white bit for any white chocolate lovers (and adults too – we certainly did).
Get it: £5, from Co-Op.
Aldi’s Dairyfine Giant Chocolate Bunny
One of the most impressive things about this bunny is its size – we didn’t expect it to be so big! But good thing it is, because it’s hard to get enough of its rich and chunky chocolate. Definitely one to get if you’re after something that’s impressive-looking without being too pricey.
Get it: £3.99 from Aldi.