All the places in Liverpool to OD on chocolate this Easter

How to ruin your beach body before the diet even started

It’s Easter time and if you haven’t retreated home for the holiday period, there are lots of great ways to eat away the stress of uni strikes.

Barley and Beans

7 Hatton Garden, Liverpool L3 2FE

The famous freak shakes at Barely and Bean are sure to satisfy any sweet tooth. Exceeding (approx.) 1,600 calories each, these ice cream filled, treat loaded masterpieces are sure to set you back on your beach ready goals, but are 100 per cent worth it!

Cuthbert’s Bakehouse

103 Mount Pleasant, Liverpool L3 5TB

This quiet café, not too far from the SJ, is renowned by locals and students alike for its delicious chocolatey treats. Their trillionaire shortbread and chocolate orange brownies cater to any pallet.

Green Days Cafe

13A Little Parkfield Rd, Liverpool L17 8US

For those who enjoy a wander down Lark Lane, fend off the beast from the east with a slice of Baileys Almande cheese cake and a hot chocolate. Yeas please!

Almost Famous

11-13 Parr St, Liverpool L1 4JN

This burger shack is worth a visit, if not for the burgers, for the ridiculous Oreo shakes. Pop down to Parr Street for an Easter treat to remember.

Moose Coffee

6 Dale St, Liverpool L2 4TQ

For the babes who brunch and can’t resist an American classic, the chocolate and hazelnut pancakes and Moose will brighten any morning.

East Avenue Bakehouse

112 Bold St, Liverpool L1 4HY

A solid stop for any dessert connoisseur worth their salt: if you’re feeling super fancy, you should give their chocolate and coconut macaroons a go.

Baltic Bakehouse

46 Bridgewater St, Liverpool L1 0AY

If you’re feeling a bit edgier, why not take a wander around the Baltic Triangle? The Baltic Bakehouse is sure to welcome in any weary travellers, brave enough to venture for a visit. 10/10 would recommend the chocolate cruffins!

Goodbye skinny jeans, hello happiness.