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Forget the Easter Bunny, realistic chocolate toads are all the craze this Easter

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Sarah Hardy

The Edible Museum

07801 946505


Forget the Easter Bunny...
Customers are hopping all over the realistic chocolate Easter Toads this year!


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See the toad move on The Edible Museum's Instagram page:

  • Classically trained artist Sarah Hardy, launched The Edible Museum, after making wax-work figures for the museum sector.


  • The idea for the award-winning business grew from a request to make a white chocolate spine and torso for Mick Jagger which led to other ghoulish body parts.


  • Sarah's food art is not for the squeamish. Its ghoulish charms have been attracting both universities and museums on the world stage. Hamleys, archaeologists, naturalists , celebrities have commissioned this show-stopping chocolate.


  • Now customers can buy online from this jaw-dropping range of hand-painted chocolates. Who do you want to surprise this Easter? How about a T. Rex tooth for a Jurassic World fan? An internal organ for a med student? Or the endangered Natterjack Toad, a seasonal gift which will also donate to the Wildlife Trust?


Founder Hardy sums up her business: "I make jaw dropping chocolate sculptures: imagine having access to the private collections of a natural history museum. Now think they are all made of chocolate"








 (A selection from The Edible Museum's life-like chocolate sculptures)



For further information contact:

Sarah Hardy

07801 946505

Stockist Info:

Natterjack Toad RRP £25

Bitesize Fossils RRP £15


Notes to editors:

  • Self-confessed Fossil and Anatomy nerd, Sarah Hardy founded The Edible Museum, based in Essex.
  • The Edible Museum is a Theo Paphitis Small Business Sunday Official Winner #SBS 
  • It is also a Great British Food Awards 2016 Shortlister.
  • Sarah Hardy hand-makes and paints all her chocolates from her rural studio on the Essex/Suffolk border, to the dulcet tones of birdsong.


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