A good proportion of my hits this week come from people searching for Marks and Spencer's Easter products and finding last year's blog post. So I'm rushing in this blog post with this year's Food Hall bits and bobs so it's up to date.
There are kids' eggs, fancy pants grown up eggs, even dairy free eggs and hide & seek hunt kits. Let take a look at everything from my visit to the Sprucefield store during the week.
The fancy eggs, with the crowning glory, the limited edition, £40, purple and gold, regal chocolate Cosmic Egg.
I chose the coffee egg for my Dad. Even when I was a child I remember him often buying these little mocha bars of chocolate from M&S, when the only Food Hall was in the city centre M&S in the 80s.
The passion fruit ganache eggs are out of this world. Slightly bigger than a Creme Egg, but with a scrumptious filling of tropical creaminess.
Families with allergies to consider can pick up these dairy free eggs alongside the traditional chocolate ones.
The kids' eggs I chose to bring home were the apple shaped Colin egg, and the chocolate orange Flavour carrot. I'm not always keen on M&S's plain milk chocolate, but the Orange zested version is delicious.
I also picked the Egg Hunt kit which is on offer right now, half price at £5.
Here are the other kids' eggs in store.
There are plenty of egg sets for planning a garden Easter egg hunt.
Also various sizes of chocolate bunnies to chose from.
I spotted many Easter items amongst the biscuits and buns. M&S always have a wonderful selection of fancy hot cross buns each year. The fudge ones are a must buy, and the addition of mini mocha hot cross buns this year is a stroke of genius. The offer is two for £2.50 and you can mix and match flavours within that.
Personally I haven't gotten into the way of sending Easter cards, but if you do, M&S have a bright and breezy range to choose from.
Some more biscuits to choose from. I also imagine there will be Easter themed cakes closer to the actual Easter Sunday.