OMG this easter egg has nearly 3000 calories

Like that’s gonna stop us though

Words by Anna Clarke

With Easter just around the corner, you’ve probably been readying yourself to hang with the fam and gorge on that huge arsenal of chocolate eggs you’re busy stockpiling under the bed. And when it comes to the annual Easter chocolate haul, the bigger the better, right?

And although we totally don’t discriminate when it comes to chocolate (hello Tesco’s £1.50 Smarties egg), before you chuck on the pjs and let loose on all your treats, you might be a tiny bit curious to find out how many calories they’re actually packin’. The figures are pretty eye-watering. So we’ve done the maths, now you can focus entirely on Netflix and munch.

Here’s our calorie breakdown for your favourite eggs —from the seriously indulgent to ‘it’s basically salad, guys’:

Cadbury Wispa Gold Egg
Weight: 296g
Calories: 1548

Cadbury Double Decker Egg
Weight: 307 g
Calories: 1,549.4

Waitrose Dark Chocolate Avocado Easter Egg
Weight: 250g
Calorie count: 1350

Cadbury Creme Egg
Weight: 278g
Calories: 1,225.2

Green & Black’s organic butterscotch egg
Weight: 165g
Calories: 920

Easterrrrrrrr #butterscotchegg

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Cadbury Dairy Milk Freddo Egg
Weight: 122g
Calories: 644.4

Thorntons Butterfly Egg
Weight: 149g
Calories: 806

Cadbury Flake Egg
Weight: 294 g
Calories: 1,564

Cadbury Caramel Egg
Weight: 331 g
Calories:  1,683

Smarties Medium Egg
Weight: 122g
Calories: 680

Matchmaker Cool Mint Inclusion Egg
Weight: 162g
Calories:  872

Toffee Crisp Egg (And Mug!)
Weight: 176g
Calories:  1,004

Snickers Milk Chocolate Egg
Weight: 274g
Calories: 1,429

Galaxy Minstrels Egg
Weight: 262g
Calories: 1,356

Cadburys Chopped Nut Egg
Weight: 545g
Calories: 2,977

Kit Kat Chunky Easter Egg
Weight: 180g
Calories: 943

Soz, now you can’t laze about claiming total calorie ignorance, but there’s always that long Easter Sunday walk to limit any damage done to the waistline…as if. And don’t feel too guilty about basically OD-ing on the sweet stuff, chocolate has loads of health benefits.  It’s been found to lower blood pressure, reduce the risk of having a stroke and apparently it’s even good for our brains, reports the Telegraph.

This ultimate comfort food can do no wrong in our books…


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