IT might be a good idea not to put these table and chairs too close to the fire.

This stunning life-sized chocolate creation serves up an Easter meal with a difference as it comes complete with a chocolate lamb roast, choccy hot cross buns and all the trimmings.

It was made by Brighton-based master chocolate sculptor Jen Lindsey-Clark and took her three weeks to finish.

Ms Lindsey-Clark, 36, was commissioned to do the work, called Chocolate Roast, by high street chain Aldi to celebrate its Easter food offers.

The masterpiece has been made from 50 kilograms of melted Aldi Moser Roth Premium Easter Egg luxury chocolate.

Ms Lindsey-Clark said: “Out of carving all of the classic Easter roast features, I would say the trickiest item was the leg of lamb, which took four days, four moulds and two kilos of chocolate to complete.

“We’re all really pleased with the final sculpture - it has got to be the ultimate chocoholic's Easter lunch.”

The Chocolate Roast includes a whole leg of lamb and specially selected hot cross buns as well as cutlery and plates.

It is accompanied by fluffy Maris Piper potatoes, garden peas, fresh carrots and mint sauce.

The table is finished off with a bottle of Pinot Noir.

Aldi joint managing director of corporate buying at Aldi, Tony Baines, said: “At Aldi our everyday low prices reflect customers continued demand for best value, good quality products, particularly around family celebrations such as Easter.”

Ms Lindsey-Clark is no stranger to coming up with unusual chocolate designs.

She has also devised a treat for Benedict Cumberbatch fans by immortalising him in chocolate.

Her Cumberbunny features the 39-year-old Sherlock star’s face along with two bunny ears, placed on a rabbit torso.

She was also previously involved with the creation of a life-sized Chocobatch, a figure of the actor made from nearly 500 bars of Belgian milk chocolate.