Celebrating Easter with Cadbury

It may have escaped your attention, but Easter is just a couple of days away and thoughts in our household have turned to which easter eggs they want.

Cadbury is a firm favourite with families across the UK and this year they have some brand new products suitable for all ages, for sharing amongst the family over Easter weekend.

One of our favourite Easter activities is a good old Easter Egg Hunt and there’s a whole range of cracking treats in the Cadbury Easter 2018 range that are perfect for staging your own hunt.

Cadbury Easter

You can either choose own products to hide, or, to make setting up your hunt as easy as possible, the Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt Super Pack (RRP £6.99) just what you need!

Egg Hunt Trail

Inside you’ll discover a range of Cadbury chocolate treats such as Cadbury Dairy Milk hollow eggs and Cadbury Dairy Milk bunnies to hide along your hunt as well as Cadbury Mini Eggs that could be given as a prize.

Easter with Cadbury

We really enjoyed the finding the chocolate bunnies in the snow – the whole family had so much fun hunting them down!

Look out for special product packs featuring Peter Rabbit as this Easter, Cadbury is pairing up with this very special bunny to give you the chance to win a fun family holiday or one of over 1000 Peter Rabbit™ prizes!

Singer-songwriter and mum of two, Frankie Bridge, is getting ready to launch 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 now, 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.

Frankie Bridge

The tale takes place within the family home but what the family don’t know, is that there is a secret, hidden rabbit-hole at the bottom of their garden… where The Easter Bunny lives.

Speaking on the launch of The Tale of the Great Easter Bunny, Frankie said: “It’s actually a little bit of a secret but Easter is my favourite holiday!  We used to have Easter Egg Hunts every year and now I love to do the same for my own children.

“Creating a book is also something I have always wanted to do and in many ways, it’s not so different to writing songs.  I really do hope families will love the book and it will inspire them to go on their very own magical Easter Egg Hunts.”

Frankie Bridge
The Cadbury Easter Egg Hunts National Trust are also back for 2018 and there are over 300 hunts to choose from across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, guaranteeing a fun-filled Easter for everyone.  To discover the nearest hunt to you, visit cadbury.co.uk/Easter.

Blog Post written in sponsorship with Cadbury

16 thoughts on “Celebrating Easter with Cadbury”

  1. How adorable is that Peter Rabbit one! I have seen the Cadbury Easter Egg hunts advertised and think we will be doing one close to us – it will be so much fun!

  2. Yum! I live in Florida at the moment and go to great lengths to get my Cadbury chocolate! The East Egg hunt pack looks amazing, and I love a good chocolate bunny hunt.

  3. I love getting mini eggs for Easter. The Peter rabbit egg is just so adorable! We love Easter egg hunts in our house too, the boys think they are such fun!

  4. We did an Easter egg hunt at our local National Trust property and loved it! I also like that they paired up with Peter Rabbit this year – we love Beatrix Potter and Peter Rabbit. Hope you and your kids had an ace Easter

    Laura x


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