*In Sponsorship With Cadbury*
Over the last few years as a family we have decided to start new traditions and activities with our kids and although I never had Easter egg hunts when I was little I loved the idea of them so they have been on our must do list for the boys.
It seems as if we aren’t alone on as 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.
This year with Ollie at work for Easter Sunday and the expected arrival of possible snow in our area I decided to get outside with the boys and have a pre Easter hunt with some of the kids favourite Easter treats from Cadbury.
What never ceases to amaze me with kids that like Easter egg hunts is their unwavering ability to follow orders …. They are very accommodating about putting on their coats and listening to the instructions for the easter egg hunt … ie not to empty each others baskets when backs are turned and with the Cadbury Easter Egg Super Hunt Pack at a mere £6.99 I know I have more Easter Egg Hunts covered!
It is at this point I actually miss being a kid and wish that I was little enough to take a basket and run round like a lunatic collecting treats. However that thought is fleeting as I think of the 2 Cadbury Eater eggs safely secured at the back of the baking cupboard ready for that bedtime silence when Ollie and I can break into an egg each and not have to share it with small kids! … Please tell me it’s not just us that does this!
This year we have the added bonus of the of the Peter Rabbit promotion packs which come with a special code tucked away inside. So for your chance to win some super gifts or even a holiday you take your code and head over online and check to see if you won HERE.
This years Easter egg hunt provided some even more exciting treats too with the Cadbury Dairy Milk Peter/Flopsy Rabbit egg and toy packs which have gone down a storm with both boys. Jacob because he loves Peter Rabbit in general but for Joshua he has just watched the new film at the cinema with his Dad and loved it.
I am thrilled some of our family favourites are still out this year like mini eggs, creme eggs and even buttons eggs but even more excitingly there seem to be lots of newer Cadbury Easter products like the dairy milk bunnies and the Ultimate easter egg range too.
For our family and many many others across the UK Cadbury has been our egg brand of choice and continues to be our most loved Easter treat brand.