Easter eggs go on sale made out of cheese – which are ‘perfect for kids’ hunt’

A company is flogging Easter eggs that take the biscuit – they are made out of cheese.

The cracking alternative to chocolate eggs cost £10 each.

Produced by the brand Butlers Farmhouse Cheeses, they come in two flavours – cheddar and blue cheese.

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The firm says they are the ideal gift for cheese lovers – the “perfect surprise for your children’s Easter egg hunt” or Easter Sunday cheeseboard.

The Lancashire-based concern is also selling a special set featuring a 120g cheddar cheese egg, two packets of Peter’s Yard Sourdough Crispbread and a jar of sticky fig relish.

The website said: “We’ve made something truly egg-cellent, the combination of award winning Farmhouse British Cheese and an Easter egg.

“Delicious and versatile, this egg will make a sensational centrepiece for your cheeseboard, a gift for the cheese lover, or simply spread on a hot cross bun!”

It comes after news emerged Cadbury would be making a huge change to their Easter eggs this year.

Most eggs are reportedly getting smaller with a medium-sized Wispa Easter egg now 182.5g, down from 224g.

On top of the changes, the cost still remains at £3.

As for the larger Cadbury Flake egg, priced at £5, it now measures 231.8g, down from 249g.

Meanwhile, Tesco shoppers will be able to bag up to 40% off Easter eggs this month.

The likes of Cadbury Mini Eggs are reduced from £3 to £2, but only if you have a Clubcard.


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