We’re all massive foodies over here at KidsCo so we couldn’t go wrong with writing a baking blog for Easter!
With everyone being stuck at home, there is no better time to become the next Masterchef! These recipes are easy for kids to follow and we’ll include some tips & tricks along the way.
1. Chocolate Easter Bunny Milkshakes
These are quick and easy, perfect for breakfast on Easter Sunday! All you need is a hollow easter bunny or a big easter egg, make your favourite milkshake and pour it into the bunny. Just make sure no one has taken a nibble of the chocolate, otherwise you might make a big mess! For an Adults only version, you can pour baileys into a smaller easter egg, sit back, sip and enjoy! Find the recipe here.
2. Easter Brownie Bites
We just love Mini Eggs and think they are the cutest form of Easter Eggs, so we couldn’t go past these Easter brownie bites. The best part to get the kids to help with? Sticking the Mini eggs into the middle of each bite, they absolutely love it! It creates a little nest perfect for the easter eggs. Find the recipe here.
3. Healthy Easter Bunny Pancakes
If you’re looking for a healthy alternative, this ones for you! Tip: You can make this with any pancake recipe you like, banana pancakes, chocolate pancakes or even raspberry & white chocolate pancakes (my favourite). The kids can get as creative as they like and decorate the pancakes as well! Find the recipe here.
4. Caramel Easter Eggs with Soldiers
If there is one day a year it is acceptable to eat chocolate for breakfast, it has to be Easter Sunday! This recipe is for those who want to go all out with sweetness with minimal effort required. It’s not for the faint-hearted, but only the biggest sweet tooth's out there! Find the recipe here.
5. Zebra Cookies
This recipe is perfect for the people who can never decide what cookie they want to eat. The kids can also have lots of fun mixing the two together and creating different patterns. We all love cookies and you get the best of both worlds with these ones, YUM! Find the recipe here.
6. Easter Egg Popcorn Bars
Popcorn has to be one of the best snacks of all time! The best part about this recipe is that you can choose what you want to mix in. Don’t feel like adding Mini Eggs, chuck in some raspberry lollies instead. The combinations are endless! You can even turn it into a game of who can make the best creation, so much fun to be had! Find the recipe here.
7. Rice Krispies Easter Chicks
These chicks are the most adorable thing we’ve ever seen AND they are even easier than they look! You might think these are cake pops, but are actually rice krispie treats moulded into little balls. It’s perfect for kids who like to get hands on and be involved in baking. Find the recipe here.
Easter this year may be a little different, but we can all still have fun! You may even see some of our Easter baking over the weekend.
Enjoy your long weekend!
- KidsCo Family