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Melissa’s Easter Hamper Giveaway

I cannot believe the first quarter of 2014 has gone. It feels like I just took my Christmas decor down and now it’s Easter.

To celebrate this time of year, I have an amazing Easter Hamper from Melissa’s The Food Shop to give away.

Confession: As I was putting the hamper together, I considered keeping it for me, myself and I. Naughty, I know and not very giving or good, especially at this time of the year. I decided to be good, which is definitely lucky for you.

This hamper is everything. It’s decadent and wonderful and it looks like this:

The Giant Chocolate Easter Egg weighs more than half a kilo and it guarantees to have children (and adults) ecstatic over devouring big chunks of chocolate.

The Chocolate Mother Hen is head of the Easter Egg Family.

Hiding Eggs – there are 6 chocolate eggs wrapped in coloured foils, packed in egg cartons and sealed with a ribbon, ready for hiding.

 Marzipan Chocolate Eggs hidden in daffodil yellow muslin bags.

Melissa’s traditional Simnell Cakes, which is a classic dense fruit like cake with subtle spices and studded with fruit. The tradition dates back to Roman Times and was eaten during Spring fertility festivals. The twelve marzipan balls represent the twelve apostles. Not easy to get hold of nowadays, these delicious little cakes are best enjoyed with mascarpone cream as a dessert or as a tea cake.

Melissa’s Columba Cake is a traditionally Italian cake shaped in the form of the Easter symbol, the Dove.

To win the Melissa’s Easter Hamper you simply have to:

Follow Melissa’s on Twitter and Facebook – I love their pages – there are always pretty pictures, gift ideas, recipes and more so it will be great to follow them regardless.

You have until Tuesday the 15th to enter… I’d like to have some time to courier it to you as soon as possible, so that you hopefully receive it in time for Easter.

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