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5 ways to use up those Egg-Xtra Easter Eggs

Whether you’ve been gifted (or treated yourself) to too many Easter eggs, feel inspired with our top 5 ways to use them up. We all get bored of eating chocolate in just the shape of an EGG!


The ‘Choccy Hot Chocolate…or ‘Chilled Choccy Milkshake’

Easy and simple…in a pan on the hob warm a cup of milk, add 1 Easter egg (or as much as you like) and stir well until its just how you like it. Use milk, white or dark chocolate (or a mix). Once combined pour into your favourite mug (we all have one!) and top with whipped cream, marshmallows and sprinkles to make it egg-xtra special.

To make a Choccy Milkshake… add 1 handful of Party Ice, 1 left over easter egg and a cup of milk to a blender and blend for 30/60 seconds until smooth. Pour into a tall glass and then top with whipped cream and sprinkles! Why not make it EXTRA special (ADULTS ONLY!) by adding a shot of one of these favourites to the blender too…

  • Baileys
  • Tia Maria
  • Salted caramel sauce
  • Raspberry Liqueur

Double Chocolate Chip Cookies

What you will need A.K.A the ingredients:-

x125g unsalted butter, softened
x250g brown sugar
x1 tsp vanilla extract
x1 egg
x225g plain flour
x½ tsp baking powder
x200g of left over Easter Egg Chocolate, roughly chopped

The Method

1. Pre-heat the oven to 180 and line a baking tray with baking paper.
2. Place the butter and brown sugar in a bowl and beat with an electric whisk until thick and pale. Add the vanilla extract and egg, then continue to beat until just combined. Sieve in the flour, baking powder and a pinch of salt and gently fold to combine. Stir in the chopped chunks of Chocolate Easter Eggs.
3. Place tablespoonfuls of mixture on the tray, space 5cm apart.
4. Bake for 15-20 minutes until golden brown.

Chocolate Shot Cups

Make cute desserts or serve shots in chocolate shot glasses…simply melt 1 chocolate Easter egg in a bowl, place a Super Cube into the melted chocolate not covering the top of the cube, remove and place on a tray. Put into the freezer and leave for half and hour. Once ready gently pull out the ice cube. There you have it, a chocolate shot glass. Fill with whatever you fancy.

An oldie but simple…Chocolate Cornflake Cakes

Melt 1-2 chocolate Easter eggs either in the microwave or over a hob (with an adult!), making sure to check you don’t over cook it! Once all melted add handfuls of cornflakes or rice crispies to the chocolate until they are all covered in gooey chocolate.
Spoon into bun cases and leave to set. Once they have cooled down and set, enjoy with a drink.

Chocolate dipped Marshmallows

Probably the easiest yet most fun way to use up those Easter eggs.
Pop some plain white marshmallows onto wooden sticks. Fill some bowls with sprinkles and melt some Easter chocolate, then dig in dipping the marshmallow in the chocolate and then in to the sprinkles… eat straight away or leave them to set for later, if you can wait that is?

 

We hoped you’ve enjoyed our top 5 ways to use up those left over Easter eggs. One thing for sure is we’ll have had our fill of chocolate over the Easter period and we hope you have enjoyed the egg-xtra days off over the Easter break, whether you ventured out or stayed at home.

Until next year!

 

 

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