Get creative in the kitchen with the kids this Easter
with our extra easy Easter
recipes that are perfect for small, messy hands. From melting chocolate for rocky road
to decorating bunny biscuits, the kids are going to love making some sweet treats this Easter
Most of these recipes are no-bake, which means there are no hot ovens or hobs to worry about. A few of the recipes may need adult supervision, which gives you the perfect excuse to spend some quality time with the kids!
For our biscuit and cake recipes, you can make them first or buy ready made ones and let the kids have the fun job of decorating - watch their faces light up as they get creative with Mini Eggs and sweets galore!
Another tip for the chocolate-based recipes is to melt the chocolate in the microwave or on the hob and allow to cool before the kids get involved so you don’t need to worry about them burning themselves.
If you see anything you like, or want to save the recipe for later, or for a special baking session with the kids on Easter Sunday, save them using your online recipe book.
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