Mar 24, 2010 9:40 AM
We were recently privileged to receive a box of Easter confections from Lake Champlain Chocolates. Tough life, we know. But, seriously, why not go beyond cheap, powdery-textured milk chocolate bunnies and dry, tasteless $1-per-100 eggs? Treat the adults to a Peanut Butter Egg ($8) and a Granola Breakfast Easter Egg ($8) on Easter morning, both of which are chock-full of natural ingredients like homemade peanut butter, nuts, almonds, oats, and cranberries. Get your nieces and nephews a Treasure Surprise Easter Egg ($23), and you'll be their favorite aunt for life: it contains decadent eggs filled with raspberry cream, peanut butter, caramel, or hazelnut pralines, two small chocolate bunnies, and some creamy dark chocolate squares, all in a cute "cracked egg" gift box.
Full disclosure: Outblush received a free sample of this product.