Looking for baking ideas for leftover Easter eggs?
Easter is only 2 days away and I bet the thought of your soon to be mountain of Easter eggs is already on your mind.
Do you need an excuse to cook with chocolate over the Easter long weekend? Are you perhaps looking for recipes to use up your Easter egg collection before they take over your pantry?
It is unusual however there also comes a point after Easter when you think how can I (or my kids) possibly eat all of this chocolate?
This blog suggests a few recipes from Italian hot chocolate, Tartufi balls and Pear and chocolate cake to turn left over chocolate into something fabulous. It may even keep the kids entertained during the school holidays. Whenever a recipe calls for chocolate, simply substitute it for chocolate eggs. Discover many more Italian recipe ideas online at Italian Spoon.
Which will be your favourite recipe to use up your left over Easter Eggs?
A clever Italian dessert that looks like a salami but tastes like chocolate heaven and is so easy to make.
Fill your winter weekends with this winter warming recipe. Our Italian hot chocolate is suitable for all ages and guaranteed to sooth your mind, body and soul – enjoy!
Chocolate and hazelnuts are a perfect match. These delectable tartufi balls have a rich and chocolaty smooth centre and crunchy hazelnut coating. They make a great gift and taste amazing!
Made with juicy spiced pears to make a moist, rich chocolate cake. This recipe is a winner every time!
Are you craving chocolate or something sweet? Chocolate dipped strawberries are the perfect healthy sweet treat and so easy to make.
It will not be hard to ask your kids to part with their Easter eggs to cook this recipe. The real challenge is not to finish all of these biscuits in one day.
Which recipe will you choose to reduce your collection of leftover Easter eggs?
Happy Cooking X
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Looking for baking ideas for leftover Easter eggs blog authored by Vanessa Bottaro.