Quirky Easter Gifts from Qwerkity






Qwerkity sell fun, quirky, unusual gifts for every occasion and they also sell gadgets, DIY, homeware and garden products, plus loads more. I know I've already posted an Easter Gift Guide last week but I guess you could say this is an little add-on post. 

Today's post is focused on their Easter Range and their gluten free chocolate. I was kindly sent a gluten free Chocolate Teapot* to feature in this blog post. The teapot can be ate alone like any normal chocolate but that seems a little boring... when you can turn your chocolate teapot into a chocolate fondue dip. Yum! It makes a perfect gift for a chocolate lover for any occasion really!

The teapot is made from Dark Belgium chocolate and is handmade in the UK. 

Full Ingredients: Dark Chocolate, Cocoa mass, sugar, cocoa butter, emulsifier (soya lecithin E322), vanilla essence, Shellac E904 Dark chocolate contains minimum 58% cocoa solids.

Gluten free. Contains Soya. May contain traces of milk and nuts.

It arrived quickly and was packaged well. Also, I really like the the packaging of the teapot, it's really cute and obviously would look great as a gift (or a treat to yourself!). 

There's instructions on the back of the box which tell you different ways how you can eat the chocolate teapot -

1) Place the teapot and teacups on a serving platter. Add two teaspoons of your favourite drinking chocolate powder into the teapot and fill the teapot two thirds full with hot water. Stir and replace lid. Hold lid and pour all contents into a teacup. Repeat until teacups are full.

2) Add two tablespoons of hot water into teapot and using a teaspoon stir the hot water with the chocolate to create a smooth creamy fondue. Add small amounts of additional hot water if required - You can now dip marshmallows, strawberries or any of your other favourites and enjoy.

3) Once your chocolate teapot experience is complete you can simply break up and eat the teapot or store in a refrigerator and eat at your leisure. 




Overall I really like this idea and it's a great idea for a present. As you can see the photo above isn't completely photogenic (lol) but I can definitely say the chocolate is very tasty. If you like dark chocolate then you'll love it. The chocolate teapot is available here for £14.99 and you can find more great unusual Easter gift ideas here.

Hope you liked reading this post!

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*product sent to me to review and feature on this post, all opinions are my own



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