My Easter treat for this year is a couple of giant Kinder Surprise eggs. Look at how big they are! It’s shown here with a regular sized Kinder Surprise Egg for scale and a Mini Kinder Egg which I added because I happened to find them in a local shop.
The Mini Kinder Eggs are filed with hazelnut paste and bits of hazelnut. They are delicious and I recommend you grab some if you see them.
If you’d like to see what was in my giant Kinder Surprise eggs click through for all the details. (If not I’ll be back later with a spectrum of vibrant eggs dyed using food coloring!)
The egg itself came in a clamshell plastic holder and looks just like a regular size Kinder Surprise, with the seam and everything. The chocolate was a bit shinier and snappier than normal, much like the Kinder Santas.
The capsule is huge.
Here is the capsule next to a regular sized capsule. For a Kinder Surprise enthusiast like myself this is a silly thrill.
Inside the first giant egg was an adorable memory game with characters and luggage.
The two suitcases actually open and hold the cards. The suitcases don’t snap shut though, which is a shame since I’d totally use them to store a little travel sewing kit or something.
The second giant egg held this fishing game. That blue pool is made to hold water, so the boats would be floating. I’m not sure if this is a game of speed? There weren’t any game rules included in the assembly instructions. I like the idea of lions fishing for human boats, it’s a bit sinister.
If you’re a Kinder Surprise nerd you might like to know that, yes, even the giant capsules come in different colors.