This fun Easter treat is so quick and easy to make, it’s definitely something the little ones can get involved with! Once made it’s perfect for wrapping up and incorporating into an Easter egg hunt…
You Will Need
There are very minimal ingredients in this recipe but feel free to add extra topping, different colours or flavours! We used:
- 2 large 200g bars of white chocolate
- Red food colouring
- Mini Eggs
- Chocolate Beans
- 100s and 1000s
How to Assemble
- Begin by laying down a sheet of greaseproof paper on your work surface
- Melt one of the bars of chocolate, this is easiest in a glass bowl over a pan of boiling water but using a microwave works just as well. Just make sure you keep checking it so it doesn’t burn! (adult supervision is definitely required for this part).
- Add your food colouring to the desired shade. We added a few drops of red to create a pastel pink colour.
- Pour your coloured chocolate over the greaseproof paper and spread into a large oval shape, you will need to work quickly so the chocolate doesn’t harden.
- Once you’ve got your oval of coloured chocolate, place it in the fridge to harden.
- When your first layer of chocolate is hard, melt the second bar but don’t add any colour. Pour this layer on top of the first one, sprinkle with toppings then place in the fridge to harden again.
- Cut up your chocolate into pieces, it makes a great centrepiece for an Easter party or you could put it in little baskets for an Easter egg hunt – See our range of Easter bags and baskets here.