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3 ways with Easter eggs

Are you stuck at home this Easter? We’ve got fun ideas to use your Easter egg this year and make them go further by turning them into a fun family activity. With minimal extra ingredients, you'll be snacking on Easter treats in no time. From wobbly jelly-filled eggs to adorable Easter chicks, it’s the perfect time to have some fun in the kitchen.

  1. Easy Easter chick

    Whilst the kids are off school, get creative with ideas to keep them occupied. This easy Easter chick is a fun edible craft that everyone can enjoy. Set up all your favourite sweets and get creative personalising a chocolate egg into an adorable chick – we’ve gone for flying saucers for wings, chocolate button eyes and a fun strawberry lace comb!

    Easy Easter chick
  2. Giant chocolate Easter nest

    Chocolate nests are an Easter classic – this year, supersize the treat into a giant chocolate Easter nest. Decorate with colourful berries and mini eggs, then finish with a large Easter egg for a showstopping Easter treat that’s easy for the kids to get involved with making. You can use whatever cereal you have in the cupboard – cornflakes or rice krispies would equally work well here.

    Giant chocolate Easter nest
  3. Jelly-filled Easter eggs

    Turn an Easter egg into a fun dessert with these colourful jelly-filled Easter eggs. Pair up different jelly flavours with fresh fruit – for example we’ve used orange jelly with sliced satsumas and raspberry jelly with fresh berries – then pour into Easter egg halves and leave to set. Mix and match to make your favourites!

    Jelly-filled Easter eggs
  4. And there's more...

    Still got Easter eggs to spare? Take your pick from our two bonus ideas: an indulgent, over-the-top sundae for two or an Easter cake to share. Load up an Easter egg with ice cream, hot chocolate sauce and mini eggs for this chocolate and caramel Easter sundae, or push the boat out and get baking this Easter gravity cake for a fun showstopper that is sure to raise a smile.

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