With so many chocolate easter eggs and bunnies on the supermarket shelves, it's hard to know whether paying more is really worth it. We have taken care of the taste testing for you - and discovered which cheap and cheerful brands are just as tasty as the premium varieties.
Of the four most popular eggs, Darrell Lea was the most expensive at $5.59 per 100grams. Lindt's 100gram egg was also pricey at $5.50, while the same size Cadbury Egg is only $3.50. The Heritage Egg is just $2 per 100grams.
The taste testers' agreed Lindt was delicious, but they were also very happy with the Heritage brand, our price winner.
Of the Four Bunnies we tested, the Lindt 100g bunny was the priciest at $5.50.
The same size Cadbury bunny is $4.00, while the Red Tulip bunny is $3.75 for 100 g. Aldi's Dairy Fine Chocolate Bunny costs just 63 cents per 100 grams.
Aldi, the price winner, also got the seal of approval from out taste testers - and Aldi chocolate is made in Australia.