Asda have launched a cheese Easter egg and it’s the only thing you need this weekend

Cheese egg

by Jane McGuire |
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Earlier this month, we told you that a solid cheese Easter egg exists, so does huge 1kg Lindt chocolate bunny AND the avocado-shaped egg from Waitrose. Phew. The good news continues thanks to our friends at Asda.

Joining the weird and wonderful egg craze, our friends at Asda have launched their own cheese Easter egg, and it looks spectacular.



The Cheester Egg is half cheese and half condiment, as it comes with a sticky caramelised onion chutney, plus mini oatcake crackers to go with it. Delish.

Jo Miller, Asda’s head of cheese said: ‘We’re so excited to launch the Cheester Egg. Following the incredible response to our Christmas cheese advent calendar, the Cheester Egg was the obvious next step to show our customers that we’re constantly listening and ensuring there’s something for everyone at Asda this Easter.’

The cheese egg of dreams is available to buy now, whilst stocks last.

Read next: Waitrose have launched an AVOCADO shaped Easter egg

Read next: The GIANT 1kg Lindt bunny you NEED to see

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