Kids got given a little more chocolate than you bargained for? Help them make a little dent in their stash with our scrumptious and very shareable leftover Easter chocolate recipes
When it comes to guarding chocolate, kids are smart. So if you are planning to deplete the store a little, you might need to get creative with your tactics. Here are five of the best Easter recipes for kids using leftover chocolate.
Easter egg rocky road
No baking required with this super-easy rocky road recipe. Invite little hands to help bash the biscuits and mix together with melted chocolate, marshmallows and chocolate mini eggs.
Choc chunk, cashew & cranberry cookies
Break the chocolate monotony with a batch of these chewy biscuits, packed with dried fruit and nuts. Roughly chop any thick pieces of leftover eggs into chocolate chunks, then let the kids mix and roll the dough to their heart's content. Alternatively, use up leftover mini eggs with these Easter egg cookies.
Mini chocolate cheesecakes
If these mini cheesecakes don't persuade the kids to part with a few precious chocolate shards then you are in serious trouble. This recipe has been written for kids and makes a fun indoor project. After all who doesn't love some enthusiastic biscuit-bashing on a rainy day?
Crispy chocolate fridge cake
Getting children to pool their chocolate into this little creation is double-clever, not only will you make a nice dent in their milk, white chocolate and mini eggs, but they will be so proud of their creation they won't mind slicing it up and sharing it out.
Chocolate cornflake cakes
An oldie but a goldie – no one will be able to resist getting stuck into these retro treats, you can also decorate liberally with smaller eggs for a double-chocolate fix.
Not even made a dent? Our chocolate baking recipes are full of brownies, fondants and cakes to deplete the very biggest Easter stashes. Plus, keep the kids entertained for the whole holiday with these fun Easter projects for kids.
Have you got any sneaky ways to use up leftover chocolate? We'd love to hear your ideas