Asda sent me a lovely selection of goodies for Mother’s Day and they also sent me some Easter products.
I can’t believe Easter will be here in just one week! If you haven’t stocked up on goodies yet, you can just pop round to Asda to get what you need for Easter Sunday.
Easter calls for toasted hot cross buns and Asda has a lovely selection, with and without spices.
I start having hot cross buns as soon as they appear on the shops. I can have them for breakfast, after lunch, afternoon tea and after dinner.
I just loved them and I wish it was Easter everyday!
I prefer Hot Cross Buns with spices and raisins, however hubby thinks that they are better without them.
Hot Cross Buns (RRP £0.80 for Spiced, RRP £1.25 or 2 for £2 Without Spices)
White Chocolate & Raspberry Hot Cross Buns has no artificial colours, flavours or hydrogenated fat.
They are hot cross buns without spices, with white chocolate chips and raspberry flavoured candied pieces. It was definitely hubby’s favourite.
Traditional Hot Cross Buns with no artificial colours, flavours or hydrogenated fat. Suitable for vegetarians.
Spiced hot cross buns with sultanas soaked in orange juice, currants and lemon peel and sultanas.
The hot cross buns were soft and fluffy. They were very tasty!
I didn’t even know that white chocolate hot cross buns existed before, but we will definitely be buying the again.
It’s just so nice once the hot cross bun is toasted and the white chocolate melts. Yummy!
Nothing like a nice Easter Hunt to get the kids active during Easter. You can stock up on goodies from Asda.
Egg Hunt Basket (RRP £2.00)
It is a good size Easter egg hunt basket chick, bright and colourful.
Once Easter is over, little man will be using his beautiful chick basket to store crafts and pens.
Easter Egg Hunt Kit (RRP £2.00)
It has everything that you need to stage your own Easter Egg hunt. It has enough for 4 children and I was surprised by how much there was inside.
It is full of goodies including one rabbit mask per child, one egg hunt basket per child, signs for the Easter Egg hunt and paper eggs to hide away.
After the kids are back from their Easter Egg Hunt, it is time to sit down for some cake.
Easter Eggstravaganza Cake
It is an irresistibly light chocolate cake sponge covered and filled with chocolate flavoured buttercream.
The cake is topped with milk chocolate strands and munchable mini eggs.
It is a very tasty cake, everyone loves chocolate cake, especially with mini eggs on top.
You can have your cakes in Easter themed bowls and napkins.
Easter Napkins (RRP £1.00 for 20)
Gorgeous napkins with bright colours, yellow rabbit holding a large blue Easter egg.
Easter Bowls (RRP £1.00 for 10)
Party bowls perfect for Easter with colourful Easter eggs design.
I loved the Easter products from Asda, they are bright and fun, and they are reasonably priced too.
It shows that you can plan your Easter party without spending much.
Those lovely Easter goodies can be purchased online or at Asda supermarkets.
Whatever you are up to next Sunday, Hope you have a lovely Easter!