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Is your house is overflowing with Easter eggs after the weekend?

We’ve decided to give the Easter bunny a run for his money this year by putting together some yummy ideas on how to use up any leftover Easter chocolate. What’s more, they’re easy enough for the kids to help out with over the Easter holidays – talk about win-win 🙂

1. CHOCOLATE RICE KRISPIE CAKES

Ah, the old classic. You just can’t go wrong with chocolate Rice Krispie cakes! They’re super easy to make and kids love to help out with these cute little treats. Just break up and melt your Easter egg chocolate, mix it with Rice Krispies and share it out into little cupcake cases. Easy as that!

We took it one step further and decided to top them off with all the leftover mini eggs we had too. Two birds with one stone and all that!

2. CHOCOLATE BROWNIES

Because WHO doesn’t like brownies?! Just use your favourite chocolate brownie recipe, substituting the plain chocolate for your own Easter choc, for another brilliant way to use up those delicious yet pesky Easter eggs. For even scrummier brownies, fill them with caramel and nuts before baking them in a brownie tin.

Recipe: What Megan’s Making

3. CHOCOLATE DIPPED MARSHMALLOWS

Chocolate dipped marshmallows are probably the easiest yet most fun way to treat the kids over the holidays while using up Easter eggs. Just pop some plain white marshmallows on colourful cake pop sticks then fill some bowl with sprinkles and your melted Easter chocolate to let the whole family create their own colourful treats.

Recipe: I Love Cooking

4. EASTER EGG CASCADE

Seriously, we just can’t get enough of this amazing creation! This gorgeous Easter egg chocolate cascade is a great way to use up leftover chocolate while giving yourself a beautiful centre-piece. The perfect treat for the whole family!

Click here for our full how to guide!

5. CREME EGG MILKSHAKE

Easter just isn’t Easter without a mountain of Cadbury’s Creme Eggs, so if you’ve got plenty to spare why not use them to make this mouth-watering milkshake. This delicious treat is sure to be a hit with the kids and makes a good break from all the munching and crunching. Add our striped straws for a real retro American diner look.

Recipe: Food Fanatic

6. ORANGE HOT CHOCOLATE

For another fun chocolate drink idea, try out this delicious hot chocolate recipe. Thick and luxurious, this zesty hot chocolate drink uses up a good lot of Easter egg chocolate and is sophisticated enough to serve to guests of quite literally all ages. Finish off the look by adding some chocolate cigarellos. Ahh, chocolate heaven.

Recipe: The Guardian

7. CHOCOLATE MOULDS

Turn your chocolate into…well, chocolate! Simply melting your Easter eggs and pouring them into a mould is a great way to try out something a little different and put your own stamp on your Easter chocolate this year. From flowers to love hearts, we have a huge variety of chocolate moulds for you to choose from – get the kids to help decorate them after with our Colour Splash food colouring powders!

8. CHOCOLATE CAKE

If you’re looking for a chocolate recipe with a serious mmm factor then this is the one for you! From brownies to peanut butter cups, this amazing treat has truly got it all. In addition to your melted Easter eggs, why not add some white and dark chocolate? You know you want to…

Recipe: Love From The Oven

9. CHOCOLATE COVERED BANANA BITES

These little treats are a great way to spoil the kids while getting a bit of fruit involved. Once you’ve dipped your banana bites in your melted Easter egg chocolate, pop them on our cake pop sticks and serve! Easy as that! And hey, we can pretend they’re healthy right?

Recipe: Gimme Some Oven

10. CHOCOLATE EGG COOKIES

How could we create a chocolate recipe list without cookies? These ah-mazing thick biscuits are made using melted Easter eggs and lots of mini eggs. You could even add some colourful cookie decorations after for the final look.

Could we ask for much more?!

Recipe: Tastes Better From Scratch

How do you like to use up your leftover Easter eggs? Share your ideas and recipes with us on our Facebook or Instagram page!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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