Easter is synonymous with delicious feasting from pancakes and fish to hot cross buns and chocolate. This time of year is an untapped well of delicious foods just waiting to be sampled. Here are a few ways that you can elevate Easter and make it tastier than before.
Red velvet brownies
An excellent red velvet cake recipe is pretty hard to come by – there are loads out there but most have been done to death. To satisfy your red velvet craving, try red velvet chocolate brownies crammed full of delicious flavours such as walnuts and chocolate chunks.
The icing on the fairy cake
Always on the lookout for great icing recipes? This Easter, top your choice fairy cakes with cream cheese icing for a delicious twist that will make your kids smile. For a bit of culinary flair, you can bake your fairy cakes in an ice cream cone.
Hot spin on a cross bun
Rather than the classic spicy, fruity hot cross buns try adding some flavour combinations to the mix. Opt for cranberry and white chocolate chip or milk chocolate and orange. If the idea does not move you, why not try plain spiced hot cross buns without the extras?
Ice cream sandwich
Just before we usher in the winter, there is time for one last dance with delicious ice cream. Add a little chocolate and a biscuit, and you have yourself a scrumptious ice cream sandwich that will blow the mind of anyone who tries one.
Hot cross bun pudding
Leftover hot cross buns make an excellent warm pudding – you can add a twist to the classic bread and butter pudding by using hot cross buns as your base rather than bread.
Boston blackout cake
Easter is the perfect reason to consume masses of delicious chocolate so take it to the next level with a Brooklyn blackout cake. Load your chocolate cake, with chocolate pudding and chocolate cake crumbs for the most delicious moist chocolate cake you will encounter for a while.
Don’t be afraid to flex your creative muscles – try something go new this Easter, help your menu go above and beyond.