Easter weekend was once about the obligatory egg hunt, but search for your chocolate no more because we're bringing the most chocolatey dishes straight to you.
Hummingbird Bakery – Spitalfields
Entertaining over Easter but run out of steam to tackle pudding? Get your guests grazing over a Chocolate Selection Box from Hummingbird Bakery. This collection of chocolate, Nutella, salted caramel and Black Bottom cupcakes are perfect for a post-Sunday roast treat.
Dominique Ansel – Belgravia
Peep-a-Boos, the adorable Easter tradition from Dominque Ansel, are certainly a step up from your standard choccy egg from the shops. These cute little marshmallow chicks, with gooey salted caramel centre, are nestled in a dark chocolate egg then encased in a real eggshell.
900° Degrees – Manchester
If our Crust Bros' Creme Egg collaboration has given you a craving for chocolate on pizza, then why not tackle a Nutella calzone from 900° Degrees? This hot pocket of molten Nutella, mascarpone, whipped cream and a cocoa and maple syrup drizzle is the ultimate extravagance over the long weekend.
Le Pain Quotidien – Chelsea
Winner of the Peta Vegan Food Award for Best Cake, Le Pain Quotidien's fudgy and totally animal-free Cocoa & Pear Slice is the perfect end to a plant-based Easter feast. This rich chocolatey cake, filled with fresh pear, is so good your non-vegan guests won't even miss the moo.
Olivogelo – Belgravia
For a bank holiday blow out, what could be better than a warm brioche bun filled with ice cream? Customise your own Gelo Bun from Olivogelo and, in the spirit of Easter, go double choc with a scoop of chocolate and white chocolate squidged in a sandwich.
Cocoa Cabana Chocolatiers – Manchester
Feeling let down by the Easter Bunny this year? Then order in your own chocolate stash to see you through the long weekend. Cocoa Cabana Chocolatiers use locally sourced ingredients to craft their award-winning creations, that are boxed fresh on the day from the selection in-store.
I Love Nata – Covent Garden
The most fashionable flakey pastries on the market just got better. Portuguese custard tarts nata are taking the food scene by storm, with Covent Garden's I Love Nata serving up chocolate versions of the moreish little mouthfuls. For the perfect chocolatey pud over the Easter break, order them here.
Going loco for cocoa? See what other chocolate treats are up for grabs this Easter weekend on Deliveroo.