Scottish Easter treats
Is there no end to the Scottish appetite for deep frying? The Cadbury's Creme Egg is a sickly-but-compelling guilty treat, available only between January and Easter each year. Inside the chocolate shell is a fondant which mimics the white and yellow of a real egg. I would show you a photo, but I've already eaten my egg for today. I haven't yet dared tackle the deep fried variety. One day - next year now - in the interests of research.
Or if deep frying is not your thing, how about a cute wee Creme Egg-and-marzipan chick, courtesy of Fisher and Donaldson's bakery in St Andrews.