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Our Favourite Easter Eats & Treats

22 April 2022
Our Favourite Easter Eats & Treats -  april hoy

If there’s one thing that we can all agree on it is that special holiday occasions always come accompanied by a wide variety of tasty eats and treats. Easter is definitely no exception to this rule with the likes of hot cross buns, chocolate and candy.

Grab the kids, head to the kitchen and start experimenting with some of our favourite Easter eats and treats. After all, it is all in aid of some “egg-stra” Easter holiday spirit!

Browse our top Easter recipe picks below:

1. Birds Nest Chocolate Macaroons

They had us at ‘chocolate’ and ‘macaroons’.

It’s no big secret that macaroons are one the ideal yummy goodies to include on your Easter table and, with the added appearance of a nest topped with little mini eggs, this has become an Easter must.

But the real grabber for this recipe is that it is a no-bake recipe.

This means that it is a really fun, oven-free recipe to make with your children without the fear of accidental burns or accidents.

Get the full recipe from bake-eat-repeat.com: https://bit.ly/3Mg5mn8

Image and Recipe Credit:bake-eat-repeat.com

2. Cherry & Almond Easter Cupcakes

You can never go wrong with a good, old-fashioned cupcake. There is just something utterly delicious and tantalising about mini-cakes inside cute little cups and pretty frosting that makes cupcakes the perfect treat for every occasion.

And these cupcakes by bbcgoodfood.com are no exception to this rule with their marzipan icing topped with our adorable mini eggs.

The real winner of this recipe is the added cherries and almonds that are baked inside the delicious vanilla batter making them perfect both inside and out.

Get the full recipe on bbcgoodfood.com: https://bit.ly/3sF7MDS

Image and Recipe Credit:bbcgoodfood.com

3. Carrot Cake Cookies

It would not be Easter without some form of carrot cake treats to snack on over the long weekend. While the traditional carrot cake is without a doubt delicious, we have settled our top pick on these carrot cake cookies by delish.com.

With a yield of approximately 38 cookies, this recipe is really simple to make and will only take you about an hour. So if guests are on the way and you are short on time, then this is the winning recipe.

Get the full recipe on delish.com: https://bit.ly/3HE1RDm

Image and Recipe Credit:delish.com

4. Strawberry Shortcake Trifles

If you are the type of family to enjoy some trifle around the holiday occasions, then this recipe is definitely for you. This strawberry shortcake inspired recipe is quick to make and gives you an excuse to use those jars that have been gathering in the cupboard.

With some cream, leftover pound cake and some strawberries you have dessert!

If you prefer not to serve the trifle in jars, or if you don’t have any, then bowls will work just fine too.

Get the full recipe on delish.com: https://bit.ly/3tjFf5W

Image and Recipe Credit:delish.com

5. Hot Cross Tiramisu

They had us at tiramisu. If you find yourself with leftover hot cross buns, as we so often do, then this is a tasty way to repurpose the surplus and make it into a true Easter-inspired tiramisu recipe.

This is definitely one of the more adult-friendly desserts to enjoy over the long weekend but, if you prefer, you can leave out the alcohol and replace the coffee with cooled hot chocolate to make it a more accessible dessert for the whole family.

Get the full recipe on taste.com.au: https://bit.ly/3pyGCgl 

Image and Recipe Credit:taste.com.au

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Was there an Easter eat or treat that you didn’t see on this list?

We would love to hear what your favourite desserts, meals or recipes are to prepare over the Easter-time. Be sure to share your thoughts and recipes in the comments on our Facebook, Twitter or Instagram pages.

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