Get ready to impress your family and friends with our decadent Easter egg chocolate mousse! Made with high-quality chocolate and a light and airy homemade mousse filling, these eggs are the perfect Easter indulgence. Whether you’re looking for a show-stopping dessert for Easter brunch or a fun activity to do with the kids, these chocolate-filled eggs are sure to delight. So grab your whisk and let’s get cracking!
Oooo, these Mini Egg Brownies are so insanely good, you’ll be going in for a second slice before you know it! These indulgent brownies, packed full of Mini Eggs, are the perfect Easter dessert for any chocolate lover. The rich, chocolatey aroma fills the kitchen as they bake to perfection. And the best part is, they’re super easy to make and take minutes to prepare – every bite it almost too much to handle!
Smooth and creamy, this Mini Egg Milkshake is an indulgent Easter treat that hits all the spots. Combining ice cream, Cadbury Mini Eggs, milk and chocolate sauce, you can whizz up a glass in a few minutes and get stuck in. It’s so good, you’ll be making them all year round. It’s also the perfect way to use up any leftover Easter chocolate.
Thick, soft and packed full of chocolate, these Mini Egg cookies are what Easter baking is all about. With brown sugar cookie dough, white chocolate chunks and everyone’s favourite Easter treat, Mini Eggs, the first bite will take you to cookie heaven. Don’t forget to grab Mini Eggs while you can for all year round baking!
Super easy and quick to make, this chocolate fudge cake is my go-to recipe when I need a last minute, decadent showstopper. It’s so versatile you can make it for any and every occasion. Slathered with a chocolate fudge frosting, this cake is definitely for chocolate lovers with a wicked sweet tooth.
Full of creamy Cadbury Dairy Milk, this no bake Chocolate Finger cheesecake is the perfect dessert for chocoholics! Just 15 minutes to prepare and with a super easy chocolate ganache topping, it’s absolutely irresistible you’ll be making it again and again. The only question is who gets the last chocolate finger biscuit?