We know, having leftover Easter eggs might seem like an alien concept. But just in case it happens to you, here's what to do with all that chocolate
We realise that, for most people, the likelihood of leftover chocolate eggs is pretty slim to none. But what if, heaven forbid, that average trawl of Easter treats just won’t cut it any more?
It’s time to melt it down and get stuck in.
This egg and soliders remix will knock the socks off the original. Hello heaven.
If there’s one thing that’s guaranteed to make chocolate taste better, it’s more chocolate. Add Mini Eggs to cookies, cakes or whip up this batch of rocky road. You won't regret it.
When a single stack of fluffy pancakes won’t do, why not make a whole cake of pancake goodness? 15 layers, to be exact. Smother in chocolate ganache make from leftover Easter eggs and you've got yourself something worth celebrating.
White chocolate is like a comfort blanket of the edible kind. It’s creamy and sweet but gets a bit of a bad rep. Turn those leftovers into shards of chocolate bark and you’ll have yourself a fancy after-dinner treat – or an easy food gift. Win.
If you find yourself in the unusual position of having a spare golden-wrapped rabbit, firstly, congratulate yourself. Secondl, remember the talents of the edible creature are (almost) endless – but we suggest turning your favourite Easter treat into a tipsy tiramisu with lashings of chocolate and cream.
If you’re channeling your inner Deliciously Ella and have opted for cacao nib goodies this Easter, we’ve got news for you: this raw chocolate cheesecake might actually be verging on “healthy”. *Takes two slices*
Left with a few fun-size packs of malteasers? Bake a chocolate cake, cover it in chocolate icing and dot with the honeycomb balls. OK, you'll need more than a few bags to get your cake completely covered, but when you look at the end result, we're sure you'll agree it's worth it.
Save the Rolos from your Rolo-themed Easter egg to make these salty, sweet and deliciously easy pretzel bites. Also works with bits of Crunchy, Mars bar, Snickers or chocolate buttons. Now that's what we call versatile.
Liked this? Then try these:
- Here are 8 totally amazing gluten-free Easter recipes. So no one gets left out
- Yes, Marmite and Pot Noodle Easter eggs are going to happen. Remember you heard it here first
- And meet the Creme Egg pizza. It's the Easter treat you never knew you needed
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