It's nearly Easter and the kids are probably already pestering you for certain eggs they would like in their haul this year.
Whether you're on the hunt for the kids or for you and your partner, there are lots of delicious varieties on the market right now.
One of the most talked-about newcomers is the Easter egg version of the age-old favourite ice cream, Bubble O'Bill.
The chocolate egg version of this treat features milk chocolate with caramel and berry pieces, but don't think they've forgotten Bill's iconic nose.
Kids (or adults) will discover not one but five of the bubblegum noses secreted inside the chocolate egg!
Add some colour to your Easter this year with Allen’s Freckles, $10.
Each egg is filled with delicious and colourful Allen's Freckles.
For those who can't eat dairy but don't want to miss out on the chocolate Easter egg fun, the Nomo egg, $15 (with a Nomo bar inside), has the perfect combination of smooth creamy vegan chocolate with crunchy crispy pieces and juicy raisins.
As well as being dairy-free, it is also gluten-free, nut-free and egg-free.
For sharing, Cadbury's Caramilk marble bunnies, $8, filled with a hazelnut praline centre will have everyone reaching for more.
Woolies also has a fabulous range of Darrell Lea Easter treats, including Raspberry Bullets Milk Chocolate Egg, $4, Raspberry Flavoured Milk Chocolate Hunting Eggs, $4.50, and the famous Darrell Lea Milk Chocolate Bilby, $7.
Aldi has their own range of chocolate and this year, joining the ever-popular Choceur Flame Egg, $8.99, a milk chocolate egg filled with a selection of praline chocolates, are two new flavours of chocolate bunny.
The Dairy Fine White Chocolate Cookies & Cream Bunny, $5.99, is a creamy white chocolate bunny with crunchy cookie pieces and the Dairy Fine Caramel Chocolate Bunny, $5.99 is a luxuriously creamy caramelised chocolate bunny.
Aldi's Hugos Kids Gift Eggs, $5.99 are great for the kids and come in Hundreds & Thousands, Raspberry & Popping Candy or Honeycomb flavours, and the Choceur Premium Easter Bunny, $5.99, come in milk chocolate and caramel chocolate.
Allen's Retro Party Mix Easter Egg, $10, has all your lolly favourites in the centre, Nestle KitKat Milk Chocolate Easter Egg Casket, $10, with KitKat treats inside and, for vegans, Kmart has the Nomo Caramel and Sea Salt Chocolate Egg for $10.00.
In their own range, they have some really pretty gift treats, including a five-pack of Decorated Chocolate Easter Eggs, $6.00, Park Avenue Happy Hot Chocolate Easter Melt, $3.00 and an Easter mug with a cocoa bomb and mini marshmallows, $8.
Now, which of these are the diet eggs ..?
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