We’ve written about Easter eggs a lot this year. Why? Because there are so many delicious eggs on offer. There’s the Hotel Chocolat Easter ‘sandwich’, the Waitrose avocado egg, the Marks and Spencer pink Prosecco egg, the Aldi ruby chocolate egg…
And then (yep, there’s more) there’s even a cheese Easter egg for anyone who doesn’t fancy chocolate.
If you thought you’d seen it all, guess what? You haven’t. Because there’s an absolutely incredible egg out there that you’re going to want to know about.
Enter the Creme Egg and Ferrero Rocher cheesecake Easter egg.
The Cottage Coffee Shop & Lunch Bar have made these utter delights – and they’re going viral for good reason.
Filled with biscuit crumb and chocolate flaked Creme Egg cheesecake, they are then topped with more Creme Eggs, or Ferrero Rocher which is also mixed with Nutella. Yum.
There are also two new flavours this year – Oreo and Biscoff.
The shop in Rhondda, Wales, started selling the eggs last year and they were so popular that they have decided to introduce them to the menu once again. People travelled for miles to get their hands on one, and on the first day they sold out in just half an hour of opening with people queuing down the street.
Not only do they look incredible, they’re also unbelievably inexpensive, costing just £3.50 for half a shell and £6 for a whole egg.
Apparently, they’ve made as many as possible so that everyone can enjoy one but they are warning customers to check whether or not there are any in stock before heading over to the shop.
WalesOnline.co.uk reports that they’ll be available from Tuesday 16th April to Saturday 20th April.
Shop co-owner Josie Staple told the publication: ‘Some people even had flasks and would be waiting there from around 8.20am.
‘It was crazy – we’d open the doors and everyone would pile in. Around 15 minutes later everything would be gone.
‘We’d book around 100 in a day, and then make extra to sell in the shop. But, we’d still sell out.’
So you’ve got a week in the run-up to Easter Sunday to try and get one.
We’ll see you in the queue…