For the past 3 years that I have been blogging, and whenever Easter has arrived, there is always one thing that I look forward to each time which is, a bundle of gorgeous treats from Betty’s! I feel proud and lucky to be able to work with such an iconic brand known both nationally and internationally, so it feels only right to share with you; Betty’s Easter Gifts for 2019!

I had been gifted some treats which include:


Trio of Filled Chocolate Eggs - £10.50

A gorgeous little box which contains 3 pastel coloured eggs, all made from Betty’s finest Swiss Chocolate! A white chocolate egg filled with vanilla caramel, a pink egg filled with raspberry ganache and an eau de nil egg filled with Moët & Chandon and Marc de Champagne ganache. All of which have been hand-decorated with Royal iced-spring flowers. To purchase, click here!


Praline & Milk Chocolate Eggs - £7.95

A continental styled paper cone, this treat contains both solid milk and praline-filled milk chocolate eggs! A fun way to enjoy some delicious Easter goodies with Betty’s illustrations displayed on it. To purchase, click here!


Dark Chocolate Shimmer Egg - £7.50

A Venezuelan dark chocolate easter egg, a perfect alternative to those who favour dark chocolate to milk chocolate (I know I do!) - hand finished with a gold lustre and a piped design based around Betty’s Centenary emblem!

To purchase, click here.


Betty’s Tea Room Blend (80 Tea Bags) - £4.25

A fragrant blend of teas from East Africa and Assam, these teabags can be enjoyed at any given time and these come encased in the stylish box designed by Yorkshire artist; Emily Sutton! To purchase, click here.

Milk and White Speckled Rabbits - £7.50

A group of 4 Spring rabbits, these were created using milk and white Swiss Grand Cru chocolate which are presented on a milk chocolate base. So tasty! To purchase, click here.


I hope you have enjoyed this tasty guide from Betty’s, hopefully to inspire you when it comes to selecting your Easter treats for this upcoming Easter weekend! (Friday 19th - Monday 22nd April).

For more details and to have a look at the full range of Betty’s Easter treats, simply click here, or why not pop along to one of their cafes/tea rooms such as Harrogate, Harlow Carr, York, Stonegate, Ilkley, North Allerton!

Have you visited Betty’s before? If so, which tea room did you go to? Do you have any favourites from Betty’s? Let me know below as I would love to hear from you and don’t forget to click the ‘like’ button!




Having Betty’s on my doorstep can prove to be very handy when taking a visiting friend who hasn’t been around Yorkshire before! The perfect place for Afternoon Tea with a wide selection of cakes and biscuits alongside many hot and cold drinks. My favourite? Their Latte, with a Chocolate & Passion Fruit Cube of course!


I had been lucky enough to have been sent a couple of their Autumn Treats;

  • Marzipan & Sponge Fancies

    Sponge cake in Marzipan flavour filled with Buttercream that come in the form of these cute little pumpkins!

  • Spiced Lebkuchen Biscuit

    A biscuit that is decorated with Marzipan flavour that comes in one of my favourite Autumnal animals, a squirrel!

  • Chocolate Owls

    4 chocolate owls that come in both milk & white flavours.

  • Brownie Cupcakes

    4 owl cupcake brownies which are all flavoured with Marzipan & Chocolate Buttercream topping! (A personal favourite of mine.)


All of these gorgeous, delicious treats can be found in a Betty’s cafe near you! There are currently 6 Betty’s Shops and Cafes and you can find these:

Harrogate / Harlow Carr / York / Stonegate York / Ilkley / North Allerton

You can also view their newly released Christmas range here too!

Have you visited Bettys before? Which cafe did you visit? What did you order? Will you be trying out any of these Autumnal Treats? Which of these sounds most appealing to you? Don’t forget to click the ‘like’ button below and let me know your thoughts as I would love to hear from you!




Bettys is without a doubt, quintessentially British, and epitomises the phrase 'afternoon tea'. Having the opportunity of being able to visit the Bettys Cafe in Harrogate regularly and each time I do so, I always order myself their 'Strawberry Ice Cream Milkshake', it is beyond delicious! So it is safe to say that I am a huge lover of all things Bettys, and I was completely blown away when I had received an incredible package, full of Bettys Easter Treats!


Hazelnut & Almond Milk Chocolate Egg

Both equally as nutty and chocolatey, this egg is perfect for those who like a bit of crunch! Unfortunately this is now sold out online (no surprise there!) however, will be available at your local Bettys Cafe.

Milk & White Speckled Rabbit

A small collection of white and milk chocolate rabbits, each have been hand decorated with dark chocolate eyes and presented on a milk chocolate base!

Click here for more details.

Milk Chocolate Chick Egg

A beautifully hand-decorated Swiss Milk chocolate egg with a white chocolate chick emblazoned across it! Both equally as appealing to children, and adults. 

Purchase here.

Easter Butter Biscuits

A collection of butter biscuits in the shapes of doves, rabbits, chicks and eggs!

All of which have been decorated with Royal Icing.

Purchase here.

Chocolate Easter Nest Cake

An absolute show-stopper! Guaranteed to win over your family and guests on Easter Sunday!

An intense, rich chocolate cake with chocolate ganache and raspberry preserve. Dark chocolate curls decorated on top with a handful of ganache-filled chocolate eggs. 

Purchase here.

Large Chocolate & Orange Hot Cross Bun

An incredible take on the classic Easter treat, a Hot Cross Bun which has large chocolate chunks with candied orange! I particularly love the fact that this can be cut as if it was a cake.

Purchase here.

Milk Chocolate Egg with Handmade Chocolates

Wrapped in Gold Foil, a stunning display of handmade chocolates are encased within the Swiss Grand Cru Milk Chocolate Egg!

They include Rose and Violet Creams alongside Vanilla Caramel Hearts.

Purchase here.


To view the full Bettys Easter Range, click here.

Have you visited Bettys before? If so, which cafe did you visit? What do you order when you go? Will you be trying out any of these Easter Treats? Which sounds most appealing to you? Do let me know your thoughts below, as I would love to hear from you! Also, don't forget to click that 'like' button!




I can almost 100% guarantee you that whenever you mention the town 'Harrogate', the immediate sentence afterwards will be; 'Ooo is that where Betty's is? It's lovely!' 100%, I'm telling you.

So when I received the invitation to attend their Magical Christmas Bloggers Event, I felt as though I had achieved a personal goal! Betty's is without a doubt a household name, and a British staple for all things tea and cake. Despite having gone to the Betty's in Harlow Carr (an area within Harrogate), I had never actually visited the one in central Harrogate, I know, it's shocking!

Prior to attending the event, for some reason unbeknownst to me, I was rather nervous... More so than any other event I had attended before! However, as I made my way upstairs, the nerves quickly disappeared, and I met the lovely ladies; Sunshine SarahThe Harrogate Girl who was the host for the afternoons event, and Harrogate Mama! As I took in the stunning sights of the table displays, I was in awe of the sheer attention to detail, and how grand, yet versatile they each looked.


  • Christmas Spice - The most traditional table out of the three, with dashes of the classic colours, reds and greens, with elegant gold tones, inspired by the scents and smells of Christmas Baking!


  • Continental Elegance - This table grabbed my attention straight away due to the show-stopping Swiss Alpine Village! Out of the three tables, this was my favourite. I loved how traditional the table setting was, yet it had a modern twist to it.


  • Winter Snow - A modern table, decorated in silvers and golds. Highly elegant, and one that has a 'Winter Wonderland' feel to it! 

After having taken countless photographs, we then sat down ready for some afternoon tea. As a newbie to the 'Tea World', I opted for the 'China Rose Petal' as it sounded rather pretty.. Presumptuous, I know. However, I seemed to have struck gold with my choice as this was truly delicious! For starters I had several scones with cream and jam, followed by small portions of food to nibble on, ending with gorgeous little bites of their desserts! I must say, their desserts were exceptional, with the little red, dark chocolate square being a firm favourite of mine. Much to my disappointment, unfortunately the red chocolate squares aren't available to purchase, however they are exclusive to the 'Lady Betty Afternoon Tea' upstairs in the Imperial Room! A perfect excuse to go back for more right?

Once we had our food, we were then split into three groups for the afternoon's activities. The first activity began by us unwrapping our gift from underneath the Christmas Tree, in which I received their 'Christmas Stollen'! A spiced fruit bread layered with marzipan, dipped in melted butter and rum, topped off with fine sugar. Delicious!

For our next activity, we were told by the inspiration of some of the Christmas Treats, and the process of how each one is made and where their inspiration came from. The most fascinating treat for me, was their little chest of drawers, in which each drawer had dozens of chocolates hidden away inside. The inspiration behind that, was a trip abroad where one of the chefs stumbled across a small jewellery cabinet and came back to recreate that! Our last activity, we were taken around each of the three tables as mentioned previously.

As the event drew to a close, we were given a goody bag which consisted of a £10 gift voucher! I am still yet to use that voucher.. Do you have any suggestions on what I should buy? I left the event on a high, and I feel very honoured to have been asked to such a wonderful event. To view the Betty's Christmas Range in full, you can click here for more treats!

Have you visited Betty's before? If so, what do you normally order? Have you viewed their Christmas Range yet? What should I purchase from their Gift Shop with my voucher? Do let me know your comments down below, and don't forget to give this post a 'like'!