Easter Egg Making

£70.00 GBP

  • 90 - 120 minutes choc-full of fun
  • Maximum group size 6
  • £70 per person
  • Recommended age. 10 - 110

Each participant will make and decorate 2 chocolate eggs, will make a Bunny in bath (if you haven't seen them, you will LOVE them), eat lots of choc, drink hot choc, and of course, you will take all of your beautiful creations home with you!

Workshops will run throughout February and March (Easter is really early this year! March 31st). We will host up to 6 people per workshop (larger groups can be accommodated - please call to book). 

This workshop is perfect for all chocolate lovers, particularly those who love eating delicious chocolate eggs.

We have extremely high standards of hygiene at La Chocolatrice and your health and safety is very important to us. We will be limiting group sizes to a maximum of 8 people, and we will continue to thoroughly clean before, after and in between workshops - there will also be lots of hand washing! 



We use milk chocolate in this class, and we are not yet able to make it dairy-free.

Once you have booked your workshop it is not possible to reschedule or cancel it.  Please consider this when booking.


A note on allergens

The La Chocolatrice kitchen is small (but perfectly formed!), so please be aware that that in addition to the ingredients listed in our ingredients, our delicious products may possibly contain traces of soya, nut (including peanuts), milk, barley, egg, gluten, sesame and sulphur dioxide.

Sustainable chocolate making

At La Choc we love chocolate but we also respect it and the farmers who produce the cocoa we use. That’s why we work with Cocoa Horizons to source sustainable cocoa that helps to create thriving communities and prospering farmers. Find out more about Cocoa Horizons: https://www.cocoahorizons.org/

We also care deeply about our planet and it is important to us that the packaging we use is sustainable. We are proud to say that our packaging is biodegradable and compost within 21 days, whilst the paper that our labels are printed onto is recycled and can be recycled.