Things have been so busy lately the blog has suffered from not being updated. Fear not fellow blogger friends, tonight I aim to make up for this and share some of the latest products ready to tempt you in time for Easter. Lets face it Easter is practically on our back doorstep now. Although depending on your religious persuasion you may have an extra week up your sleeve, if you are celebrating orthodox Easter! We celebrate both in our family with a mix of chocolate delights, red dyed boiled eggs and homemade baked goods. There is of course Yia Yia's (our Greek Grandma) cheese pies, which I have to admit are savoury and have nothing to do with chocolate, but its about tradition and I look forward to Easter every year for these little babies! Then of course there is the family lunch, which is rotated around the family each year! We are hosting this year and again this is great, for many reasons really, firstly all the cousins, uncles, aunts and grandma's come together and this is always a blast! Then there is the copious amounts of food, because let's face it we have Greek-Italian heritage and frankly missed the lesson on portion control...enough is never enough...even if you are eating the left overs for the next month! Anyway enough of tradition and on to the chicks!
Lets talk about these little chicks...they are so cute and just begging to come home with you. I think they look so good that I never want to eat them, but in the end that is what they are for. A treat for the eyes and the taste buds alike! They have been pretty popular so far this year, so get in early to avoid disappointment.
These little chicks come in boxes of six in a mixture of milk, dark and white chocolate. They can be ordered as mixed boxes or as your favourite single chocolate type. In addition they can be ordered individually wrapped, but as they are handmade and painted time must be given for these orders to be made!