Whether you’re looking for a decadent Chocolate Cake for Easter Sunday, or some Easter biscuit recipes to keep the kids quiet, we’ve got you covered! We share some of our favourite Easter baking recipes from some of the leading UK websites!
The long bank holiday weekend over Easter is the perfect time to dig out your apron and spend some quality time in the kitchen. Some yummy ideas for the Easter weekend include:
- Easter Bunny or Easter Chick Biscuits for the kids
- Chocolate Easter Nests
- Simnel Cake
- Carrot Cake
- Chocolate Easter Gateau
Make our exciting Easter recipes for the entire family over the holidays. Kids will adore these iced biscuits, chocolate brownies, bunny cupcakes, and seasonal bakes.
This recipe makes 24 mini brownies which the kids will love. Mini eggs are tucked inside these delectable brownie bites; they’re a perfectly sized sweet treat that’s fun to make with the kids during the Easter holidays.
This is an easy recipe which makes 8-10 blocks of Rocky Road. Kids will enjoy making this smart no-bake Easter rocky road with leftover chocolate. Make a tasty treat using mini chocolate eggs!
AKA Cinder Toffee, Hokey Pokey and Crunchie…there are so many names! Making your own caramel necessitates time and concentration, but the product is a bubbly, crunchy cinder toffee that is well worth the effort.
This delectable fruit and marzipan concoction is a traditional Easter treat. Mary Berry’s simnel cake is the ultimate Easter treat, and it’s the ideal bake to share with your family during the long Bank Holiday weekend.
Carrot cake is a wonderful Easter classic – beautifully moist, deliciously nutty, and finished with a smooth cream cheese frosting, it makes a beautiful centrepiece! This carrot cake is made of ground almonds instead of flour, resulting in a gluten-free cake that is just as tasty as those made with flour.
In Nigella’s recipe she makes the Hot Cross Buns a little smaller than you might see in the shops, but feel free to make them the size YOU want! She insists you use proper bread flour rather than plain flour. You don’t need to be an expert baker to make these, despite what you might think, but just have confidence and patience!
These traditional old fashioned cookies are called Easter cookies, since they were baked and given in Easter. They are lightly spiced which currants, and make a difference from traditional chocolate recipes. They are delicious.
Create a spectacular eye-catching Easter cake. This one is super easy, and the kids will help to decorate it by filling the pretzel nest with their favourite chocolate eggs. Serves 12-15 people.
There’s still time to get baking with any one of these delicious Easter baking recipes!