When we found out that Bear Grylls inspired Easter eggs were coming out, we expected that there would be some sort of insects and bugs involved.

And they are – his limited edition range of chocolate eggs are encrusted with crickets, Buffalo worms and mealworms, adding ‘a real crunch to every bite’.

But he’s also giving the people what they didn’t ask for – Bear has even put his own DNA into it.

That’s right, you could be munching on insect-infused choccies with what Bear has called ‘adventurous ingredients’ – just say spit, mate.

The survival expert has teamed up with independent chocolatier Prudence Straite of Food is Art to bring you the weird creation.

But it’s not easy to get your hands on a bit of Bear saliva, oh no.

The DNA-ridden egg will be hidden in a massive hunt as part of The Bear Grylls Adventure – an event taking place in Birmingham.

Only the winner of the egg hunt will be able to take home the choc incorporated with spit taken from a mouth swab.

‘I hope that those who complete the Easter Egg Hunt and crack the code feel empowered and enjoy their tasty treat.’

If for whatever reason, you are interested in winning it, you can take part in the event taking place 19-22 April.

Anyway, we’re off to eat some chocolate eggs, sans saliva.

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