Only the brave and the bold will survive in this dark and unforgiving world, and one chip shop right here in the UK is stepping up to the plate.

Simpson's Fish and Chip Shop, in Cheltenham (voted UK's No. 1 Fish & Chips Takeaway 2016), is deep-frying Creme Eggs and damn, they look G.O.O.D.

Available until 17th April, all of the proceeds will go towards the British Hen Welfare Trust, who rescue and re-home hens destined for slaughter, which basically means that it's your duty to chow down on a deep-fried Creme Egg.

Speaking to Gloucestershire Live, co-founder James Ritchie, said:

Following on from the success of last year, we thought why not do it again and help raise money for another worthy cause.

As well as rehoming over half a million hens in just six years, The British Hen Welfare Trust actively promotes British free-range farmers, which is something we fully endorse.

Putting our own twist on the classic Creme Egg was great fun and we learnt last year that timing is key - frying the batter so it's deliciously crispy and lightly warming the egg but ensuring it stays firm.

We've got it cracked though so if you're tired of a battered sausage, come and try a battered Creme Egg.

James, we're on our way!

Or if you're really not feeling chocolate smothered in batter, perhaps a solid cheese Easter egg, courtesy of So Wrong It's Nom, will take your fancy.

Credit: Credit: So Wrong It's Nom

You know you want to.

Abby Robinson

Abby is a writer for Pretty 52. She's an animation enthusiast, daydreams about roaming the wild with all her animal friends, and is failing to conquer her trainer addiction.

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