Swedish Easter eggs are often made of cardboard or papier mache and filled with lots of candy or other sweets. Don’t throw the eggs away when you have emptied them. You can reuse them next year and fill them with little presents.
On my job earlier this week we got one (!) such easter egg from our landlord. The egg was so big and contained so many sweets that it was enough for a fika (Swedish coffee break) with ten sugar-loving adults.
A typical “medium”-sized Swedish Easter egg: This one weighs 600 g. (photo: Bluebox.se)