So Wrong It's Nom
When you’re not a big fan of sweets, Easter baskets can be a bit of a bummer. But if endless parades of chocolate eggs are not your thing — behold! The magical Cheester Egg is here. Invented by U.K. blogger and devoted cheese enthusiast Annem Hobson, 27, who writes for “So Wrong it’s Nom,” the Cheester Egg is a nine-ounce oval made of solid, crumbly, semi-hard cheese from Wildes Cheese, which was named London’s favorite cheese in 2015.
“Chocolate is okay, but it’s a little boring, and frankly I’m sick of seeing it dominating key retail periods,” Hobson told the Daily Mail.
If this religiously-themed cheese product sounds familiar at all, you may remember the cheese Advent calendar which Hobson sold (and sold out of) during the holiday season last year.
The £14.95 ($18.66) Cheester Egg can be ordered online. (As a warning: They’re sold out right now due to popular demand, but we hope they will be restocked before Easter comes.)