So, these recipes are for all of my fellow chocoholics and baking lovers!
Some tasty classic treats with an Easter twist.
These recipes are super quick, easy and so yummy.
Super chocolatey & perfect to share with friends over a cuppa or at an Easter gathering.
These are great recipes to make with the kiddies in the Easter hols too. Good fun & they can choose their own choccies to decorate their ‘bakes’.
They also use lots of the same ingredients so they should be a lot cheaper to make too.
Let’s get started!
Easter Rocky Road
•One large pack of plain digestives
•X1 pack of Dark chocolate
•X2 packs of Milk chocolate
•Easter chocolates to decorate
•Crush three quarters of a large pack of digestives, in a bag, using a rolling pin.
•Melt the dark chocolate and one pack of milk chocolate as well as the butter (I’m a separate bowl)
•Pour the chocolate & butter onto the digestive crumb and add the mini marshmallows and golden syrup.
•Mix until coated and then press into a tin, making sure its nice and compact.
•Chill in the fridge for 30 minutes, whilst this is chilling melt the second pack of milk chocolate.
•Pour the melted chocolate over the chilled biscuit mix to top it.
•Push your Easter chocolates into the melted chocolate to decorate and then chill again.
•When chilled cut into pieces and serve.
‘No bake’ Easter slice
•250g of rice crispies
•Milk chocolate for the topping
•Mini eggs (or something smaller for young children)
•Weigh the ingredients.
•Melt the marshmallows slowly in the microwave.
•Melt the butter.
•Mix the marshmallow, butter and rice crispies until it’s all combined.
•Push the mixture into a deep tin, nice and compact, and pop in the fridge.
•Melt the milk chocolate carefully in the microwave.
•Pour the milk chocolate on top of the rice crispy mix and push some little eggs or other Easter chocs into the melted chocolate.
•Refrigerate and cut into squares.
Chocolate Easter nests
A absolute Easter classic and this one is probably the easiest to make.
•Mini eggs to decorate (optional)
•Melt your milk chocolate.
•Gradually add in rice crispies until you have a good ratio of both.
•Spoon into cupcake cases and add your chosen Easter chocs on top (optional)
•Refrigerate and enjoy!
Let me know if you try any of these out and how you get on!
Until next time,
Love these ideas. I’m thinking of making the Easter nests with my nephew this week x
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Aww lovely! I hope they go well, I’m sure they’ll love them!
My sister is making the marshmallow squares with my nephews next week 🙂
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These all look so scrumptious! Although I can’t forgive you for cutting the little Malteaser bunny in half! I’m definitely tempted to make some Easter goodies now!
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I know! 🙈 I did feel mean when I cut through them!! You should definitely give them a go, they are super yummy 😋 x