I bet that every kid loves getting chocolate and candy Easter eggs on this holiday, and most of adults love them, too. You needn’t buy any, you can make cool Easter egg sweets yourself – truffles, cookies, pies and so on. Wanna some recipes? Let’s get started!
Sweet, creamy fondant filling encased in rich chocolate makes these vegan creme eggs irresistible! A copycat version of that oh so popular Easter treat from Cadbury minus the egg white, cow’s milk, natural flavors, emulsifiers, high fructose corn syrup & artificial colors.
Make your own Easter candy with this easy, no-bake recipe for homemade crispy chocolate covered almond butter eggs. Once chocolate eggs are fully dried, store leftovers in a covered container in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.
In Venezuela kids love this treat of condensed milk and it is so common to find them in shops along the roads but lots of bakeries and small shops sell them as well. We will also dye them and give them an egg shape. Don’t worry if they don’t stay like perfect eggs, they will spread a bit once you place them on a surface, but they still look so super cute. They tend to dry a bit outside so you can kind of reshape it if you want later.
Make the Easter Bunny jealous this year–these marbled Easter egg truffles are a delicious homemade Easter egg candy! Rich white truffles are coated with a marbled pastel swirl of colors to make these gorgeous treats.
These Thermomix Easter egg bourbon biscuits are so versatile and the perfect little snack for the small and the grown up kids at Easter. You can prepare them ahead and store them in a biscuit tin for up to two weeks. This recipe can even be adapted to be gluten free and vegan. All you need to do is swap the butter for vegetable spread and use gluten free plain flour instead. So easy and so adaptable.
Mango coconut mousse in Easter eggs is a smooth, silky, melt in the mouth creamy mousse with a subtle flavor of coconut; served in chocolate Easter eggs makes it a one perfect dessert for your Easter lunch. The bonus part is that it needs just 3 ingredients to make this.
As delicious and traditional as chocolate Easter eggs are, these gluten free carrot cake Easter eggs make for a fun alternative treat. In fact, this dessert is a great activity to do with kiddos! They’ll love getting to decorate their own little carrot cake Easter egg.
These Paleo coconut cream eggs are the perfect Paleo Easter treats. Rich and sweet, these vegan Easter eggs are made with only healthy ingredients. Easter is definitely better with Paleo coconut cream eggs, right? You’ll love these Paleo Easter treats because they’re simple but delicious!
These white chocolate mousse chocolate eggs are a perfect way to celebrate Easter. But not only that. Thin chocolate eggs filled with heavenly creamy white chocolate mousse. This is going to be an all year indulgence. Just 4 ingredients!
This Easter, feast on a unique kind of ‘egg’ that’s not even an egg! Coconut mango jelly Easter ‘egg’! It’s vegan, if you skip the chocolate shell!
These chococlate chip cookie dough filled eggs are easy. They’re super decadent, like half is enough for even the sweetest of sweet tooth. And they only take minutes to make with no freezing, refrigerating, baking or rolling in between.