There are a lot of different foods associated with Easter - hard boiled eggs for breakfast, hot cross buns for lunch, roast lamb for dinner, and of course, chocolate for pudding.
Out of these foods, which would you say was the most highly anticipated? I'll give you a clue - we don't get hard boiled egg hunts, or hot cross bun workshops, and children are more interested in petting lambs than eating them. That leaves one left. You guessed it. Chocolate.
It is probably the least traditional in terms of what Easter stands for - it does not represent spring, or signify the Resurrection - but it is the most loved. Just about everyone jumps on the band wagon and holds events featuring chocolate, but if you want to enjoy the higher quality range, then the best people to go to are the ones who work with chocolate all year round.
Founded by Chantal Coady in 1983, Rococo Chocolate produces high quality chocolate, while supporting ethical trade. This Easter they have three workshops: one for kids, one for teens, and one for adults.
Kids 23rd March, 4pm-5pm, £30
Create edible nests with cornflakes, nuts, and sprinkles, then fill them with Rococo's coloured Easter Eggs. While the nests set, you will play a game of 'Guess the Flavour' with Rococo's Artisan Bar collection. You can book by calling 020 7245 0993.
Teens 24th March, 12.30pm-1.30pm, £35
Create an Easter farm with chocolate chicks, bunnies and lollipops. This will be followed by a tasting of Rococo's award-winning ganache collection. You can book by calling 020 7245 0993.
Adults 23rd March, 12pm-1.30pm, £55
Make your own finely designed Easter eggs with nuts, sprinkles, and candy coloured icing. While the eggs set, you will get to sample Rococo's award-winning ganache collection. You can book by calling 020 7245 0993.
As well as these workshops, Rococo is also holding an Alternative Easter Egg Hunt between the 29th March - 1st April in Bermondsey's Design Museum. Crack the riddles and follow the clues through the museum to be awarded with a chocolaty prize.