With Easter just gone, the abundance of chocolate is here! This recipe is perfect for anyone who has found themselves inundated with chocolate at Easter but also is a beautiful Easter gift for your loved ones or just a way to get creative! This recipe is super versatile and easy so you can mix it up! If you aren’t a fan of Creme Eggs, you can switch it up with some Mini Eggs for example! Get creative…
- 200g Milk Chocolate
- 100g Dark Chocolate
- 150g White Chocolate
- 4 creme eggs
- Yellow food colouring
- Orange food colouring
- Baking/ parchment paper
- (OPTIONAL) Any other chocolates you’d like to add, for example, Mini Eggs!
1. Melt the milk, dark and white chocolate in separate bowls either on medium heat in 20-second intervals in the microwave, or over a pan of gently simmering water.
2. Whilst the chocolate is melting, line a shallow baking tray with baking/ parchment paper.
3. Cut up your Creme Eggs into at least quarters. This is a messy job!
4. Spoon the dark chocolate, milk chocolate and half of the white chocolate onto the baking paper in alternating spoonfuls.
5. Split the rest of the white chocolate into two separate bowls. In one bowl you should colour with the yellow food colouring, and the other with the orange food colouring. Make sure you add the food colouring just a few drops at a time, less is more! Once coloured, spoon the chocolate onto the baking paper.
6. Using the tip of a rounded knife, gently stir the chocolates into each other creating decorative swirls of the colours.
7. Pop your Creme Eggs on top of the slab then leave to set in the fridge for two hours. Once hardened, break into shards and enjoy!