These adorable Nutella Stuffed Chocolate Covered Strawberry Easter Chicks are the most fun treat you’ll make this Easter! They’re quick and easy to make, and kids will love helping too! Oh, and they’re totally yummy and naturally Gluten Free of course.
I’m really not a fan of holidays that change date each year, y’know why? Because I am a disorganised mess and I forget it about. So yup, I have left my Easter recipe until the last minute! I know, I know, I can’t really blame the change of date since it’s not exactly a secret. I mean, in theory we can know every Easter until the end of time – for example, did you know that Easter Sunday in the year 2100 will be on March 28th ? – mark your calendars now! Yet, I am using the changing date of Easter each year as an excuse for why I am posting my Easter treat recipe with less than two weeks to go – and I’m sticking to it!
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British style pancakes, but not as you know them! Fluffy pancake batter baked into pancake cupcakes, topped with mini pancakes, zesty lemon buttercream frosting and a thick lemon sugar syrup. A new and delicious way to enjoy pancakes this Pancake Day!
Pancake Day, Shrove Tuesday, Mardi Gras… whatever you call it, it’s a day celebrated and marked across the world. It comes the day before Ash Wednesday, the day that Lent starts, and this year it falls in February 28th – this coming Tuesday. Traditionally it’s the day you get ready for fasting by using up all your staples in your kitchen and one last chance to gorge on what you will be giving up for Lent. In the UK, we traditionally have pancakes because it’s a simple way to use up eggs, flour and sugar – hence why we call it “Pancake Day”. Of course, it’s not entirely necessary these days as most people don’t fully fast for Lent, rather we just give up one of our vices, but traditions are still fun to have right?
A fudgy brownie cake smothered in rich chocolate ganache, in a Cadbury Flake nest. With a cracked Chocolate Egg covering the whole thing in creme egg filling! Ridiculously decadent, amazingly tasty and surprisingly simple!
I think I outdid myself on over-the-top dessert you guys. I didn’t think I could out do my Chocolate Chip Cookie Ultimate Layer Cake, yet here I am with a big chocolate egg spilling creme egg filling all over a fudgy brownie sitting in a nest of cadbury flakes! But this Easter weekend almost falls on my 30th birthday, so I figured I should go a bit crazy with it! Maybe we can call this cake my pre-midlife crisis!
Your favourite Easter chocolate as you’ve never seen it before! Cadbury Creme Eggs covered in a crispy, fluffy Vanilla batter and deep fried to gooey, yummy perfection. A sinful treat that should be wrong, but tastes so right!
I know what you’re thinking, deep frying chocolate is an abomination, it shouldn’t be done and I’m messing with the laws of physics and biology. But OMG! It’s so ridiculously good, it shouldn’t be, but it really is! You’re gonna have to trust me on this one, try it and you’ll see what I mean. So, won’t you join me in this godless adventure? After all, it’s so much more delicious on the dark side!
Super fudgy, gooey brownies chock full of Easter candy. The perfect treat for Easter or to use up leftover Easter candy!
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Easter sneaked up on me this year, it always does when we have it early! I know the date of Easter is decided by the equinox (I think?) but I do wish it was the same date every year, because I just get confused! So I was a bit late baking something for Easter to share with you guys, but there’s still a week to go and plenty of time for you to bake up these amazing brownies! Or, if you have your Easter baking planned, take advantage of all the discounted Easter chocolate on April 7th and bake these after! Either way, everybody is gonna love them!