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Chocolate Rocky Road Eggs

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I know, aren’t they cute! And great fun to make for the children as a special Easter chickadee treat!

rocky road choc cups1 Chocolate eggs filled with delicious home made rocky road.Chocolate,marshmallows,nuts and glazed cherries.

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Recipe: Chocolate Rocky Road Eggs

1 carton (14 eggs) chocolate hollow eggs

1 packet of glazed cherries (coarsely chopped)

1/2 packed of mini marshmallows

1/2 packet pistachios (coarsely chopped)

100g milk chocolate (melted)

2 cherry ripe bars

1/2 cup of shredded coconut

1 packet sugar coated Easter eggs

Yellow and Black tubes of coloured icing

Preparation:

Firstly gently cut the chocolate Easter eggs in half. If eggs break put aside for the melting process. Melt 50g of milk chocolate, working quickly, place a dollop of chocolate on baking paper on a tray, place the half chocolate cup into the chocolate making a base for the chocolate cup.rocky road choc cups1 Refrigerate chocolate cups until mixture is ready.

Melt the remaining chocolate in a bowl over boiling water on a medium heat, add the cherry ripe bars, and when melted stir in the rest of the ingredients: mini marshmallows, chopped glazed cherries, pistachios and shredded coconut. Scoop the mixture into chocolate cups and refrigerate until ready to serve. Decorate with Easter egg chickens.

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A special Easter chocolate treat.

Enjoy, my friends

Yvette…x

21 Comments

    • These are a lot of fun, Mandy, we’re all kids, these were made for a group of grown men and women for an Easter morning tea treat! All satisfied! x

    • And I didn’t make them for the children,but a ‘big kids’ morning tea! It’s just a bite size of chocolate, just enough to satisfy! x

  1. Healthy Cooking Blog says

    Your work is peice of Art. It deserves the full credit.

  2. Malou says

    These are indeed fun to make with kids this Easter, Yvette. Thanks for sharing this great idea. 😉

  3. What a sweet little recipe! I love your pictures of your great creation! I don’t know what those little pink squares are in one of the photos, but they sure look awesome, too!!
    Your so creative!! Loved visiting today…
    Brenda

    • Hi my friend, For all of those who love chocolate, these are fun and these ‘cute’ egg chicks just make you smile! x

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