Easter is creeping around the corner now that we are into March the signs of spring are slowly appearing. I did worry for my daffodils during the snow but somehow they have managed to stand tall. This Easter I have been invited by Cadbury to have a look at their new range. I also decided to share my Easter Egg Hunt Ideas.
As a family, I have a real affinity to Cadbury and we have been regular visitors to the Cadbury factory based in Birmingham. My family come from the area and grew up with the social history of the Cadbury brothers.
Cadbury is a firm favourite with families across the UK, and this year they have some brand new products which are suitable for all ages. Having an Easter Egg hunt has become a family tradition that we, like many others, take part in. This year Cadbury’s have made it easier than ever by selling a super sharing pack of mini eggs.
- CADBURY EASTER EGG HUNT SUPER PACK: Containing an egg-cellent selection of Cadbury chocolate treats such as Cadbury Dairy Milk hollow eggs, Cadbury Mini Eggs and Cadbury Dairy Milk bunnies, this brand new Easter Egg Hunt Pack is perfect for making an Easter Egg Hunt even easier and more fun than ever before ( RRP: £6.99)
- CADBURY MINI FILLED EASTER EGG SHARING BAGS: A perfect people pleaser, the Cadbury sharing bags are back with four tempting varieties including Cadbury Creme.
- Peter Rabbit is the rabbit of the moment too with the film in cinemas and Cadbury’s have an egg which also includes your own Peter Rabbit soft toy. Ours helped Erin uncover the clues in the hunt for chocolate.
- With little ones, a good way to create your hunt is to use a template of a rabbit’s foot, cut out a number of footprints and place them around the house and garden. The children can follow the feet to find the chocolate treats.
- A creative way to organise an Easter Egg Hunt when you have older children is to make it clue based. I gave Erin a starting clue and she has to solve the clue in order to find the next clue. This can be made for outside or inside if the weather isn’t co-operating. Erin had great fun trying out my clues.
To help you organise your own Easter Egg Hunt I have put my clues into a printable format. This is free for my readers and you can download it here >>> click here for your free printable Easter Egg Hunt Ideas Clue Sheet <<<
The Cadbury 2018 range offers families egg-citing new products alongside all-time Cadbury favourites that make it easier than ever to create your own magical Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt for your family and friends. Visit https://www.cadbury.co.uk/Easter for more information
If you are looking for a good story to share with your children then look no further than Singer-songwriter and mum of two, Frankie Bridge, who has launched her debut storybook, ‘The Tale of The Great Easter Bunny,’ in partnership with Cadbury this Easter.
The downloadable book, a re-adaptation of The Tale of the Great Bunny created by Cadbury 20 years ago, celebrates The Easter Bunny and encourages families across the nation to take part in their own magical Easter Egg Hunts together over the Easter season.
The story, available to download free from the Cadbury website from Tuesday 13th March, follows siblings Jack and Molly as they discover a series of mysterious clues and embark on an enchanting Easter Egg Hunt alongside their parents, Tom and Sarah.
If you are looking for more ideas check out my friend Molly’s post How to do the perfect Easter egg hunt with Cadbury and if you have teenagers check out easter Egg Hunts for Teenagers from Jen.
However you celebrate, have a lovely time.