I love the Haribo adverts as they are always fun and a bit different, appealing to both children and adults just like their sweets. I was browsing in a local supermarket in the seasonal aisle and looking at the various Easter offerings including a Haribo chick that contains mini bags, which I remember thinking would be perfect for an Easter Egg hunt when by sheer coincidence within a day or so I found an email asking me if I would like to review some of their Easter range. Naturally I said No, as if!!!!! So here I am now with some great Easter products from Haribo to review. So as they say in the adverts “Kids and grown-ups love it so the happy world of Haribo” I was in two minds as to whether to share these with the kids or to review EVERTHING myself! Ok, so I gave in to my kids pleas and let them get involved too.
The products available range from small bags to sharing bags and even larger so you can have fun with Haribo’s Easter range.
The range of bags as shown below contain a range of Easter themed and shaped sweets that all will enjoy.
These vanished very quickly although I do have to admit my husband and I ate most of them, just don’t tell the kids.
These are fabulously fizzy and the kids enjoyed picking out the various animals and telling each other what they had.
This selection features Charlie the chick who has some exciting jelly, foam and marshmallow treats to share (In mini bags).
Twist ‘n’ stick
This is a fun new interactive Easter treat pack where you can twist the bunny head onto the chicks body and vice versa. Also equipped with a mix of Easter themed jelly and tangy sweets and also some great stickers this is guaranteed to keep the little ones distracted whist you eat one of the other bags of Haribo (it works fabulously).
Easter Fun Bucket
This comes with everything you could possibly need to make your Easter hunt a success, with 32 mini bags of Haribo, stickers, tips for mum / dad to make sure they do it properly! and hunting clue cards what more could you need.
As always the views expressed in this review are my own and of course my children’s and we very much enjoyed taking part, thanks Haribo.