This year's Easter Bank Holiday will be different to previous years but our love for chocolate remains just as strong.
So if you're like us you're probably wondering just how many Easter Eggs you can by given how many retailers are restricting products.
Many supermarkets are now only letting one person per household into its stores to help maintain social distancing measures so splitting the amount you need with a friend wouldn't work.
Thankfully, as we've listed below, there are some supermarket that have lifted restrictions on the majority of items - with limits still in place on essentials such as toilet rolls, hand sanitisers and UHT milk.
This means, there are shops you can visit and buy as many Easter Eggs as you need.
However, the guidelines regarding the country-wide lockdown state you should only visit your local supermarket or food store once a day max to get your essential goods so you would need to wait until then to pick up your chocolate supplies.
We've rounded-up how the rules current rules at supermarkets this week. If you're also looking for the quietest times to visit the shops, you can find these details here.
Sainsbury's has confirmed it is changing the restrictions on products across its stores with the majority no longer existing at all.
Sainsbury’s chief executive Mike Coupe sent a message to customers to say changes were being made now that stock levels are returning to normal.
He said: “We have been working hard with our suppliers to improve our product availability.
"Most people are now just buying what they need for themselves and their families.
This means shoppers will be able to stock up on Easter eggs during their essential shop without restrictions.
Sainsbury's is reassuring customers it has plenty of Easter Eggs available in its stores to manage demand.
The store has confirmed that Easter Eggs are not limited per customer but have urged shoppers to adhere to the two-metre rule social distancing while in their supermarkets.
Over the weekend Asda will be open 8am to 8pm on Good Friday, Saturday and Easter Monday, but will be closed on Easter Sunday.
Earlier this week, Tesco confirmed a number of changes it was making to its stores including removing its restrictions on products.
Limits will only remain on essential items such as toilet rolls, pasta and hand sanitisers.
This means those customers who were planning to stock up on Easter eggs will be able to do so as restrictions will no longer apply to them.
Other changes include one-way aisles and a 'one-in, one-out' system across its stores and the limit on contactless payments will start to move from £30 to £45 per shop.
Aldi has also lifted the purchase restrictions on all products from today, with the exception of the following three items:
Aldi is also donating almost half a million Easter Eggs to vulnerable families and children, in partnership with Neighbourly.
Every store will donate up to 50 Easter Eggs each day until April 11 in a bid to cheer people up.
Morrisons is currently offering a one trolley per customer policy. This is in support of the latest government advice that one member of each household should shop for essentials once a day.
There are vinyl stickers on floors to indicate where to stand and queue, staff are controlling the amount of people in the store at any one time and the shop has a dedicated hour for NHS staff in the morning.
Morrisons currently still has restrictions in place at its stores so these would apply to Easter Eggs.