With Easter celebrations just two days away, the time to over-indulge in chocolate is nearly here. But if you're a grown-up wanting to enjoy the occasion, what's the best tipple to drink with your Easter treat?
Most people would argue that wine and chocolate definitely do not go well together. However drinks aficionado Olly Smith begs to differ - and is here with some surprising, but delicious pairings.
Tuck into our pick of high street Easter eggs... our testers did!
Prestat London Gin Truffle Easter Egg £15
Nestle Easter Collection from £1.99
Lindt Easter collection from £2.99
M&S Eggs from £12
Sainsbury's eggs, from £1.25
Hotel Chocolat from £28
ASDA Easter collection from £1
Cadbury Eggs from £8.15
Green & Blacks Eggs £5.59
Tesco eggs from £3
It's Easter - which means chocolate galore! Our very own Willy Wonka, Willie Harcourt-Cooze is here to put Eamonn and Ruth to the truffle test as they compete in the kitchen.
The Sunday roast is a firm family favourite, and Phil Vickery is on hand to help with his take on the traditional Easter lamb roast! Just be careful not to fill up on those chocolate eggs and hot cross buns before you're able to enjoy it.
Phil Vickery rustles up something for the weekend: a whole baked sea bass with sweet potatoes, sweetcorn and red wine dressing.
It's a closely guarded secret!
Many of us will fondly remember our favourite sweet shops full of with penny sweets, fizzy pop and chocolate bars. From Space Dust to gobstoppers to a packet of Space Invaders, watch connoisseurs of confectionary Phil Norman and Steve Berry take us on a 'sweet' walk down memory lane - and indulge our sweet tooth!
This recipe brings a whole new meaning to hungry, hungry caterpillars - and is great way to get some veg inside the kids!
Try more of Annabel Karmel's fun and easy recipes for kids:
And find out more about Annabel and her new cookbook at annabelkarmel.com