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Easter egg cheesecake
Celebrate Easter with this creamy no-cook vanilla cheesecake featuring everyone’s favourite Easter treat, mini chocolate eggs. Serving up to 10, it’s the perfect dessert to serve on Easter Sunday – although you may have to wrestle with who takes home the leftovers!
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Easter millionaire’s squares
These no-bake bites would make the perfect Easter Sunday snack, layering crispy rice with caramel and white chocolate with swirls of colour, then finally topped with mini chocolate eggs.
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Cheesecake-filled Easter eggs
Revamp a chocolate Easter egg by filling with a crushed biscuit base and creamy cheesecake filling. Finish with a scattering of mini chocolate eggs and drizzle in caramel or melted chocolate.
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Sweet shop chocolate slab
This adaptable chocolate bark requires just three ingredients: milk or dark chocolate, white chocolate, and an assortment of Easter treats. This no-bake recipe is perfect for getting kids involved and makes a fitting Easter gift.
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Easy Easter nests
This classic chocolate no-bake is simple enough for kids to get involved and they need just three ingredients: milk chocolate,
wholewheat cereal and mini chocolate eggs. These are winningly simple and make a top-tier choice for a bake sale.
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Easter rocky road
Rocky road is given an Easter update in this super easy no-bake, with a chocolatey mixture studded with mini eggs. This is another brilliant recipe for getting kids involved in.
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Easter chocolate bark
Instead of gifting Easter eggs this year, try this creative Easter bark out for size. Easy enough for kids to make, it’s a nifty way to use up chocolate eggs and requires just three ingredients.
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Crispy chocolate fridge cake
Make these refrigerator bars for a kids’ party – they’re packed with biscuits, sultanas, puffed rice and of course, lots of mini chocolate eggs.
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Easter chocolate pots with pick ‘n’ mix toppings
Try something a little different with these decadent no-bake chocolate pots, mixing custard with crème fraîche and chocolate. Top with crushed mini chocolate eggs, hazelnuts and sprinkles for a delicious Easter pud which serves up to six.
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Chocolate tiffin Easter nest
This Easter cake makes a stunning novelty centrepiece, with a chocolate ‘nest’ made from chocolate, pretzel sticks, shredded wheat, chocolate-covered raisins and peanuts. It’s then filled with chocolate eggs to transform into a charming Easter nest. This cake can serve up to 12, so it’s a brilliant option for Easter entertaining when family or friends come round.
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Easter rocky road cheesecake bars
These adorable rocky road squares would make a charming addition to your Easter spread, plus the light cream cheese topping is totally moriesh. Feel free to incorporate whatever nuts, biscuits and dried fruit you have in the cupboards into your rocky road mixture.
Keep everyone entertained over the weekend with our round-up of Easter activities, from traditional Easter egg hunts to craft, baking and quiz ideas.
Chocolate crispy chick
Here’s a crispy no-bake treat which kids will love making during the school holidays. Please bear in mind you’ll need two chocolate egg moulds, a piping bag, rolling pin and a flat pastry brush or small paintbrush to make.
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