Betty’s Tea Rooms is a Yorkshire institution. Its Fat Rascals and afternoon teas have had people flocking to its tea room scattered across Yorkshire, but did you know Betty’s giant chocolate Easter egg will set you back £375.
That’s right! The popular tearoom shared a video to its Tiktok and it has gained over half a million views. The video shows the process of how it makes the massive easter eggs – and it had us salivating.
In the video, it shows the process from the chocolate being poured into egg-shaped molds to the intricate hand-painted designs.
You can watch the video below. We’d advise anyone on a diet to look away now!
Betty’s Tearooms are scattered across Yorkshire, with shops in Harrogate, York, Leeds, and Ilkley serving up Betty’s giant chocolate Easter egg that looks like it could keep you in chocolate until next Easter,.
The artwork on each of the eggs takes up to an hour per egg piping which includes the royal icing, and white chocolate stems and ferns. Each egg is a piece of art.
The massive Easter Egg weighs in at a huge 1kg and stands 22 inches tall.
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Celebrating the chocolate egg Bettys says: “Celebrating the creativity and craft that makes Bettys unique, our handmade Imperial Easter eggs continue a tradition stretching back more than a century, when our founder Frederick Belmont designed eggs which were ornately embellished with hand-piped icing designs.
“Containing over five kilos of Grand Cru Swiss chocolate made from prized Venezuelan criollo cocoa beans, the Imperial Egg is a true work of art, showcasing the highest skills of our chocolatiers and cake decorators.
“Each Imperial Egg carries an array of delicate, individually crafted spring blooms and foliage including primroses, narcissi and pansies, with hand-piped stems as a final perfect touch.
“Our Imperial Easter Egg is made to order and is only available for collection from one of our Yorkshire shops.”
You don’t have to splash the cash o break the bank to have a Betty’s Easter egg. The tearoom does smaller eggs that are more reasonably priced starting at £21.25
If you’d like to get your hands on one or one of the smaller versions head to one of its stores or buy one online here.
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