These must-try Easter dishes will have you drooling in no time!
The beautiful festival of Easter is around the corner, and if you love to celebrate festivals, you sure as hell love festival food. Unfortunately, this time nearby restaurants and shops won’t be hosting an Easter feast due to the lockdown. But let’s turn that frown upside down and prepare Easter dishes at our own homes!
Although, Easter preparations are different in different cultures, the desserts and food decorations pretty much remain the same. Here are some of our selective recipes to prepare Easter food at your place –
1. Chocolate Easter Eggs
Plain ol’ chocolate Easter eggs can go a long way. If you’re a mighty crafty, you can even decorate them by yourself!
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Are you doing the last minute choccie making too today? ? I feel like I’ve known Easter has been coming for weeks but only today kinda went “oh” ?? Am I buying family choccie this year? Or making it? Or neither coz we’re all chocoholics and buy our favs every week anyway ? Well.. if ur wondering it’s a combo of all plus I’m baking a double decker rich chocolate cake that’s healthy for us health-nuts in the fam, yet tastes naughty enough for my brother in-law who would be happy as a pig in mud if I gave him nutella and timtams ?❌ However… these DIY choccies are so damn good so go make em this arvo! ✨1 cup cacao butter ✨1 cup cacao powder ✨1/4 cup rice malt syrup ✨1 heaped Tbsp crunchy peanut butter • Melt • Stir • Pour • Chill • Eat . Tip: Rice malt is heavy and sinks in a choccie recipe unless you have something equally as heavy to cling too, like nut butter. I was out of my usual sweetener of choice, maple ? syrup, otherwise I would have used that, and no nut butter ?? But who doesn’t love a good choc + PB combo anyway ☺️???? . . . #eastereggrecipe #recipe #darkchoc #organic #raw #health #nourish #jerf #sugarfree
Here’s a fun variation to the regular chocolate eggs. Why not try not a peanut butter mousse egg?
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⭐ NUTTY EASTER EGGS WITH PEANUT BUTTER MOUSSE ⭐ FOR THE EGG 400g good quality dark chocolate ¾ cup. roasted peanuts, chopped ¼ cup. Pics Peanut Butter FOR THE PEANUT BUTTER MOUSSE 1 block / 300g of firm silken tofu ½ cup. Pics Smooth Peanut Butter ¼ cup. maple syrup 1 tsp. vanilla bean extract TOPPING Extra Pics Smooth Peanut Butter for drizzling YOU'LL ALSO NEED 4 x moulds to make 2 large hollow eggs INSTRUCTIONS 1. Break the chocolate into pieces and place into a heatproof bowl. 2. Sit it over a small pan of simmering water, a bain marie, and wait for the chocolate to melt. 3. Stir the chocolate occasionally and once it has melted remove from the heat. 4. Allow the chocolate to cool slightly, and then mix in the chopped peanuts. 5. Use a pastry brush to spread a thick layer of chocolate around each of the four large mould halves. 6. Put the moulds into the fridge to harden and then repeat this step four or five times until you have a good layer of solid chocolate for your shells. 7. Once you have a thick enough layer place the eggs into the fridge to harden completely. ENJOY! #happyeaster #eastereggrecipe #recipe #eastereggs #peanutbutterandchocolate #peanutbuttermousse
2. Boozy Easter Eggs
Ready to give it the adult spin on Easter eggs? Try one of these recipes!
You can even take it up a notch when special Easter cocktails –
3. Roasted Lamb
Another classic Easter dish, the roasted lamb holds the festival together like the roasted turkey at Thanksgiving. But you can try variations like roasted chicken as well.
4. Simnel Cake
Ideally baked during Easter time in England, Simnel cake is a fruit cake with a layer of marizpan and is garnished with 11 marzipan balls (12 minus one for the apostles excluding Judas).
5. Easter Biscuits
Another Easter snack, these biscuits contain spices and lemon zest.
Try these delicious Easter dishes and let the feast begin!