On Sunday, we spent the day with friends at Willows Farm and for the first time in months, it felt good to be outdoors all day. Although it was pretty cold when we got there, it soon warmed up and the children even took off their coats when they were running around and going up and down the bouncy slides. Could this mean Spring has finally arrived?
To celebrate their partnership with motion picture Peter Rabbit, Cadbury sent us ‘egg-citing’ new products (excuse the pun) alongside all-time favourite chocolate treats to try.
I couldn’t think of a better day to have a pre-Easter chocolate egg hunt! It was nice and dry, we were spending the day with friends, and we did have lots of treats to share.
Cadbury is a firm favourite with my children, and the brand new products they sent us were perfect for all of us to share, adults included! When we got to the theatre to watch Lily Bobtail and Peter Rabbit’s adventures on Sunday, we each had an individual bag of Mini Eggs and that kept everyone quiet during the live performance!
After a lot of exercise around the obstacle courses, on the bouncy castles and zip wires, we found a quiet woodland area and had an Easter Egg hunt. Check my little Easter Bunny surveying the area!
I have to say that Cadbury’s 2018 Easter range is brilliant. My absolute favourite for this year is the range of Mini Filled Easter Egg Sharing Bags. Cadbury have come up with four mouth-watering varieties: Cadbury Creme Egg, Cadbury Dairy Milk Daim, Cadbury Dairy Milk Oreo and Cadbury Dairy Milk. I absolutely love the Daim ones, and since the filled eggs are individually wrapped, they’re perfect for a fun Easter Egg hunt. They’re small enough to hide, but their vibrant colours also make them quick and easy enough to spot.
Jumpy and her best friend absolutely fell in love with the Cadbury Dairy Milk Easter egg that came with a Peter Rabbit Rabbit soft toy. Jumpy has been carrying hers around everywhere since Sunday!
Every single one of the children also loved the fab Cadbury Dairy Milk Egg ‘n’ Spoon. These are too cute to resist, really, and the flavour they were all fighting over was the Oreo one, with its delicious fluffy mousse centre. Definitely a popular one!
My little man was pretty happy with himself when he found his Cadbury Dairy Milk Easter egg with Boost, and we shared it on Sunday night as we were watching Hop.
Cadbury’s iconic Easter egg range is perfect for memorable Easter Egg hunt on Sunday morning! Look out for their Easter Egg Super Hunt Pack (RRP £6.99)!
If you’re after a lovely story for Easter, you could download ‘The Tale of The Great Easter Bunny’ by Frankie Bridge on the Cadbury website.
Check out these blog posts for some more Easter egg hunt ideas:
Danielle at ‘Someone’s Mum’ – The Great Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt
Jen at ‘The Mad House’ – Easter Egg Hunts for Teenagers (with a free printable)
Lilinha at ‘Lilinha Angel’s World’ – Easter Egg Hunt with Cadbury
Emma at ‘Emma and 3’ – Easter Egg Hunt Ideas to Create at Home (comes with a free printable)
Erica at ‘Nine to Three Thirty’ – Our Easter Egg Hunt
Molly at ‘Mother’s Always Right’ – How to do the perfect Easter Egg Hunt
Becky at ‘Cuddle Fairy’ – Our Easter Egg Hunt
Maria at ‘Suburban Mum’ – Egg-cellent Easter Fun with Cadbury
Disclosure: This blog post is sponsored by Cadbury, but all opinions and photos are my own.