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5 Ways To Use Your Leftover Easter Chocolate
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Put all of your leftover Easter chocolate to good use by making these easy-to-follow, delicious recipes.
The Easter Bunny may have gone back into hibernation but he's left behind a whole heap of chocolate that you probably don't want your kids to eat all in one go.
Fear not because you can put all of that chocolate to good use in the following easy-to-follow, delicious recipes.
Easy Two Ingredient Gāteau au Chocolat
All you need for this easy recipe are eggs and your leftover Easter egg chocolate. Easy!
Healthy, High Protein Brownies
The secret ingredient to these healthy brownies is.. red kidney beans! Who'd have thought? Replace dark chocolate with your Easter egg chocolate and you're on your way to a healthier batch of brownies.
Chocolate Tahini Balls
Replace the chocolate chips in this recipe with broken bits of Easter egg chocolate and you've got yourselves a batch of delicious, nutritious treats.
Chocolate Orange Muffins
Yum. We already know that orange and chocolate make a great mix. These zesty muffins will make your afternoon tea that extra bit sweeter. Replace chocolate chips with broken bits of Easter egg.
Chocolate Chip, Chickpea and Peanut Butter Cookies
Another semi-healthy surprise, because the main ingredient for these cookies is a 400g can of chickpeas. Replace the choc chips with broken Easter egg pieces and you're all set.
Do you have any other suggestions for ways to use up your excess Easter egg chocolate?
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