Ireland’s Guide To Money And Living

Easter treats

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Thinking of cooking up a storm this Easter Sunday? Lidl have Irish turkey crown (€18.99) and whole cooked lobster (€6.99) for your family to feast on. They’ve also got some nice recipes for lamb and Easter cupcakes (just don’t eat them at the same time).

Don’t forget fellow German retailer Aldi on your travels – they’ve got giant chocolate bunnies and Easter eggs filled with even smaller chocolate eggs for €4.99 apiece.

Or you could head on over to Tesco for some delicious half-priced Easter eggs, including a Cadbury Creme Easter egg and mug for €5 (was €8.50) or an extra large Cadbury Dairy Milk giant Easter egg for €12, down from €16.99.

Next up: Dealz. We love this bargain store chain that has a whole host of brands you know and use, just for a lot less. Easter at Dealz is no different. For example, you can get your hands on Easter eggs, sweets, all the materials you need to create an Easter egg hunt for the smaller ones, baking and tableware and Easter crafts, gifts and cards for €1.49 each.