Crunchy chocolatey Creme Egg Cornflake Cakes …. a great no-bake Easter treat!
Cereal + chocolate + Creme Eggs (or another Easter treat!).
So so so goood. 😍
There’s something delightful about the combo of super crunchy cornflakes with the creamy milk chocolate and soft Creme Eggs…. of course mini eggs, caramel eggs or any other Easter chocs would work well too!
By the way, my Easter bunny and carrot sprinkles are from Home Bargains… aren’t they cute!?
This is the PERFECT recipe to make with kids this Easter because it’s SO insanely easy – just three ingredients and no need to even turn the oven on! In fact, the kids could probably make this by themselves while you relax on the sofa…
What you’ll need to make this recipe
You’ll need chocolate (Dairy Milk is the right one to use here I think!), creme eggs (or a mix of creme eggs and mini creme eggs) and cornflakes. That’s IT! 🙌
To set the Creme Egg Cornflake Cakes, you’ll need a couple of large cookie baking sheets lined with some tin foil or baking parchment.
- 300g chocolate (use milk, white or dark)
- Creme Eggs (or mini creme eggs too!)
- About 250g cornflakes (they're very light so that's a lot! - alternatively just pour a random amount into the bowl like normal)
- Prepare two large cookie or roasting tins by lining them with tin foil or baking parchment. Unwrap your creme eggs or mini creme eggs, cut in half and set aside.
- In a large heatproof bowl, melt your chocolate (break it into chunks first if it's a solid bar). Melt on 30 second intervals on high in the microwave, stirring after each interval.
- Pour the cornflakes into the melted chocolate and stir happily until everything is joyfully coated in glistening chocolate. Sample the mixture just in case its somehow become poisoned between the microwave and your work surface.
- Dollop 2 or 3 tbsp or cornflake mixture onto the tray for each cornflake nest, using the spoon to push a hole in the centre for your Creme Egg to sit in.
- Chill for around 30 minutes in the fridge, then EAT!
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