Hold onto you seats, guys and gals. There’s a new easter egg in town, and it’s cheesier than the following things:
- Your mum’s collection of Michael Buble CDs
- The soundtrack to all of your favourite West End shows…COMBINED
- A 78 page love letter to Justin Bieber
- ASDA’s Valentine’s aisle during February
- Flashmob marriage proposals
- One of those giant ‘ILY’ teddies
- A swimming pool full of Cheetos
- Pretty much every viral promposal
- Your year 4 school photo
Feeling cheesed out yet? YOU SHOULD BE.
Anyway, here’s the crack. Epic food blog, So Wrong It’s Nom, have teamed up with Wildes Cheese to create an Easter egg that’s made entirely of cheese….YES, CHEEEEEEEEESEEEEEEE.
Don’t get us wrong, we are full-on addicted to chocolate eggs. In fact, Cadbury’s Mini Eggs are our faves, if you fancy getting us some this year…*wink* But So Wrong It’s Nom‘s “cheester egg” might just be the BEST. NEWS. EVER.
Why? Well, it’s a whooping 260g of ‘hard, slightly crumbly cheese with a creamy texture’. Seriously, what’s not to like? Unless you’re lactose intolerant, that is (sorry if you are this must be painful).
It a cheese lover’s dream come true.
The egg also makes a brilliant alternative for those who have given up chocolate for lent. So Wrong It’s Nom’s founder and cheester egg creator, Annem, said:
“Chocolate is okay, but it’s a little boring and frankly I’m sick of seeing it dominating key retail periods. Cheese is what excites me so I’m thrilled my plans for a Cheester Egg have finally hatched and that the Cheese Advent Calendar is becoming a reality. There’s a whole army of cheese lovers out there showing me their support and I hope I’m doing them proud.”
Alongside announcing the egg, So Wrong It’s Nom also posted video showing you how the cheester egg is made – we’re 100% geeking out over the science.
How brilliant is that?! Looks like everyone had a cracking time making them.
Wanna try one for yourself? You can purchase a single cheester egg from So Wrong It’s Nom’s website. Alternatively you can also buy them as part of an Easter hamper, which includes handmade quince membrillo and a pack of Peter’s Yard Sourdough Crispbreads.
Let us know what you think of the cheester egg by voting below!