Melt leftover chocolates to create fudgy brownies or stud your brownie batter with chopped chocolates for the ultimate brownies. TIP: Chop chocolate eggs and sprinkle over brownie batter for crunch.
2 Cake Decoration
Melt leftover chocolates and mix into buttercream or frosting. Alternatively, chocolate eggs or bunnies can be used to top cakes.
Chopped leftover Easter chocolates are the perfect substitute for chocolate chips or chunks which are traditionally used in cookies.
Blend leftover chocolates with ice-cream and milk to make any milkshake chocolatey and full with shards of chocolate.
Try our Easter Milkshake from last year.
Swirl melted leftover Easter chocolates into whipped egg whites for chocolate swirled meringues. Serve with fresh berries and whipped cream.
6 Hot Chocolate
For an indulgent hot chocolate, melt chocolates with milk, sugar and spices for a coat-the-throat, decadent hot chocolate. We love spicing this hot classic with cinnamon and nutmeg.
Leftover Easter chocolates can easily turn into chocolate ganache. Ganache is useful for many things. Use it in chocolate fondue, to coat cakes or eclairs or for mixing into anything that you want to turn into chocolate!
Use leftover chocolates in two ways by making fudge. Melted chocolate makes the base of the fudge chocolatey while chopped chocolates provide texture and even more chocolatey goodness.
Tempered chocolate that is topped with chopped nuts, leftover Easter chocolates and candy make a delicious Easter chocolate bark.
10 S’mores Dip
Use any combination of leftover chocolates, place in an oven-proof skillet and top with marshmallows. Bake until marshmallows are golden brown and chocolate has melted. Dip with graham crackers and fruits.