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Spring is slowly coming: the snow is melting, the days are getting longer and hope is rising again. When someone says spring, they also mean ... Easter! The chocolate festival is traditionally celebrated between late March and mid-April. More specifically, the Sunday after the first full moon of spring. In the Christian religion, Easter is celebrated after a 40-day period of fasting, that is. This is a good reason to make room for treats!
What do people eat for Easter? Specialties include Easter lamb, rabbit and chicken eggs, but most importantly, sweet treats that you can eat until you drop: Praline eggs, chocolate figures and also the Lammele, an Alsatian cake specialty in the shape of an Easter lamb!
Prepare your 100% chocolate Easter specialties with our high-quality cookie cutters.
Whether you have guests at the table or are hiding candy in the garden for the kids to search for, Vera offers new ideas to delight both children and adults. Bake chocolate or gingerbread cookies with our Easter-themed cookie cutters and cookie cutter sets.
In our themed collection you will find all the figures typical of Easter: eggs, bunnies, lambs, chicks, bells and even carrots! Your inspiration has no limits! If you don't know which cookie cutters to choose, we offer three sets of themed Easter cookie cutters.
- The Easter mini set
- The Little Easter Animals cookie cutter set.
- The Easter symbols cookie cutter set.
It is even more original if you bake small Easter cookies and hang them on a cup with tea or coffee!
Our stainless steel or tinplate cookie cutters are durable and long-lasting. Order on our website, delivery will be fast.
Something for the whole family: decorating small Easter cookies.
It's fun not only to eat the cookies, but also to decorate them! Whether it's icing, sugar balls or edible glitter, give your little Easter cookies a festive look by decorating them with beautiful spring colors. Kids will love this stage of preparation as they get to go all out armed with their decorating tools! This year, let's leave behind the gloomy mood and celebrate the arrival of spring as it should be: with joy and creativity!