Chocolate fudge Easter cakes

Chocolate fudge Easter cakes

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Cook: 15 mins

Easy

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A chocolatey tea-time treat that kids will love to help out with

Nutrition and extra info

  • Freezable

Nutrition: per serving

  • kcal274
  • fat16g
  • saturates9g
  • carbs31g
  • sugars25g
  • fibre1g
  • protein3g
  • salt0.43g
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Ingredients

    Chocolate fudge easter cakes

    • 140g soft butter
      Butter

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    • 140g golden caster sugar
    • 3 medium eggs
      Eggs

      Egg

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    • 100g self-raising flour
    • 25g cocoa, sifted

    For the frosting

    • 85g milk chocolate, broken
    • 85g soft butter
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    • 140g icing sugar, sifted
    • 2 35g/1½oz packs white chocolate maltesers, mini foil-wrapped chocolate eggs We use Fairtrade Divine milk chocolate eggs from Waitrose

    Method

    1. Heat oven to 190C/fan 170C/gas 5 and put 16 gold cases into a fairy-cake tin. Tip all the ingredients for the cake into a mixing bowl and beat for 2 mins with an electric hand-whisk until smooth. Divide between the cases so they are two-thirds filled, then bake for 12-15 mins until risen. Cool on a wire rack.

    2. For the frosting, microwave the chocolate on High for 1 min. Cream the butter and sugar together, then beat in the melted chocolate. Spread on the cakes and decorate with Maltesers and chocolate eggs.

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    Comments (58)

    hattiechambers's picture
    5

    Gorgeous and really easy. Doubled the recipe and made with Fairtrade cocoa, chocolate and mini eggs for my daughter's school's Fairtrade Easter tea. They seemed to go down really well.

    stephenhurst's picture

    the print recipe buton isn't working and you can't select the whole page and print it, it only prints the method and not the ingredients.
    Please can someone fix this

    spicelette's picture
    5

    These were really easy to make and looked amazing. I made them for my son's Pre-School Easter Happening and they were very popular!

    midlandsmeals's picture

    sounds delicious and would love to make for Easter. Can they e frozen?

    misscook1977's picture

    Amazingly delicious and simple to make!!(not that i have tried any yet..honest!).......just made 32 of these for sons school fair, he will be very impressed with his mum!!

    moemac's picture

    just made these with my three children only iced about ten mins ago only about two left! They really love them and so easy to make had no eggs so topped them with buttons went down just as well!

    jamesbrewer's picture
    5

    These cakes are fandabbydosey!! They are the easiest, and by far the best cakes I have ever made. I have made these now on numerous occasions, and every time they go down a storm. However, I do adapt the recipe slightly. Instead of putting all the ingredients togther, I cream the butter and sugar first, then add the remaining ingredients. Next time I am going to make them in muffin cases, and pipe the icing on it big swirls.

    cherylshap's picture

    These are so easy to make and are lovely moist cakes. I make them in muffin cases and make 12 at a time. They arent in the tin long!!

    domesticprincess's picture
    5

    So easy to make and the decoration makes them look amazing. They are the best cakes I've ever eaten.

    homemadesoup's picture
    4

    Used a milk choc/plain choc mix for the frosting. Found 16 buns covered with 3/4 the amount of frosting ingredients suggested. Very quick to make.

    julieann24's picture
    4

    Very yummy! lovely sponge and gorgeous topping. I used plain chocolate in the topping which made it even richer!

    fmccaghrey's picture

    My daghter and I have just made tem and put mi egs on

    juliebahrain's picture
    5

    A family favourite, I've been making these for years. I top them with Cadbury's Mini Eggs.

    eddie030304's picture

    Made these every one liked them, used white chocolate for the icing as ran out of normal, worked just as well.

    paulandtony's picture
    5

    My 7 year old grandson & I made these, we had great fun & Jack said "scrummy"

    jooshea's picture

    Very easy to make and very yummy

    fayfumbs's picture
    4

    Why wait for easter. Bake anytime - extremely easy.

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