Make your very own chocolate Easter treats with our recipes for chocolate eggs, truffles, fudge and more.
This decadent layered fudge is perfect for those who love the 'After Eight' combination of chocolate and mint. Makes a perfect food gift!
This is a basic truffle recipe to which you can add your own flavourings or extracts. Dust with cocoa powder or icing sugar, or roll in coconut or ground nuts.
A simple fudge recipe combining chocolate chips, condensed milk, pecans and orange zest. Substitute almonds, walnuts or any kind of nut, if desired.
These are mini fairy cakes so they are a nice size for kids. They are easy and so quick to make, too. Children can decorate them any way they like. Feel free to use whatever type of chocolate you prefer. We have fun making these every year!
Walnuts make this delectable fudge special. Cut into small squares and wrap a few in parchment or cellophane for a thoughtful food gift that anyone will enjoy. Try using other nuts if you wish.
I love making brownies, they are really easy to make and taste great. This recipe is a basic double chocolate brownie recipe but i have added some coloured icing sugar and mini eggs just to add that special easter touch, but you could go to town on this by covering with a chocolate frosting and mini eggs. I have tried this with so many different types of chocolate, dark, milk, plain, expensive or own brands and you know what, i don’t think it matters what type you use, they all taste great.
Kids and adults alike will love these adorable Easter egg nests, nutty biscuits that hold mini chocolate eggs. A fun Easter recipe for the entire family.
The best chocolate recipe ever. Use 100% cocoa powder for this recipe. Cut into squares and enjoy as you would tiffin or fudge.
Moist naughty but nice truffles with low alcohol content. Good idea for left over or stale cake.
Perfect for kiddies or as a homemade gift at Easter.