Tasty Funding Circle Easter Treats

Spring has sprung at Funding Circle. Make sure its a cracking Easter by showing your support to small businesses across the country.

Whether you’re organising an egg hunt or buying treats for friends and family, we’ve put together a selection of marketplace treats to suit all budgets.


hen-bigFor the traditionalist:
Chocolate Yellow Chick Basket 

This cute chick contains delicious chocolate eggs, which have the added bonus of being dairy free. The only question is which to eat first?

D & D Chocolates borrowed over £11,000 from 125 investors  in September 2014.

For the discerning relative: Easter Milk Chocolate Bar

Hamiltons chocolatiers will personalise your Belgian chocolate for a truly unique Easter gift. The bar is decorated with milk chocolate sugar coated eggs, milk chocolate rabbits, and even multi coloured sugar strands.

This sumptuous slab is made in the Cotswold Village of Broadway by husband and wife team, Andrew and Sheila Campbell who borrowed £20,000 from 263 people back in February 2014.

 

Hot-Cross-Bun-Pralines-loose_productimageFor the seasonal sister: Hot Cross Bun Pralines

A modern take on this seasonal favourite, milk chocolate cases are filled with a ganache of fresh cream, luxury dried fruit and subtle spices then topped with the traditional white cross. Delicious!

James Chocolates borrowed £60,000 from over 1,000 investors in July 2014.

 

Because everyone should be able to enjoy chocolate: Cheeky Orange Easter Egg

New for Easter 2015, award winning dairy-free chocolate manufacturer, Moo Free Chocolates have created the Cheeky Orange Easter Egg complete with infused orange crystals in the shell. Eggscellent!

Mike Jessop, co-founder of Moo Free met one of the investors who lent to his business. Find out how their meeting went in this short video.

 

crop rabbitFor the little ones: Rabbit Lolly

Choose from scrumptious creamy milk or white fairtrade chocolate in an adorable rabbit shape made by hand in Yorkshire. Guaranteed to make kids smile.

Choc Affair borrowed £60,000 from 957 investors in July 2013.

 

For the budding chocolatier: Making and Tasting Chocolate Workshop

Feeling eggstravagant? Why not give the ultimate gift this Easter and treat a loved one to Black Mountain Gold’s Chocolate Workshop. Master Chocolatier, Jules, will share some of the essential skills for making fresh, handmade fine chocolates.

Black Mountain Gold borrowed £15,000 from 204 investors in August 2014.

 

For the Petit Four penchant

Planning an Easter party? Casemir Chocolates will handle all your chocolate catering needs. Try their sister company too: The Grown Up Chocolate Company

 

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Enjoy Lending. The Funding Circle Team

 

Rob McCorquodale