These brownies are great to make with kids. If you’re looking for something to do with the little ones this Easter holiday, why not try these delicious brownies? They’re so much fun to make and you can use all the chocolate you accumulate over the season as these brownies are so versatile you can pretty much use any chocolate in them.
I have a confession to make. I use boxed brownies. I am a mother of one 5 month old baby. I don’t have time (or the energy) to make brownies from scratch so I always keep a box (or 6) of Betty Crocker’s brownie mix in my cupboard. It’s such a life saver to have when you need it. Been invited over for a family BBQ and don’t know what to bring? Need a treat? Meant to buy a present for someone but you totally FORGOT? It’s a rainy day and the kids are bored? Have no fear and take to the cupboard! You can change them up to suit whoever is going to indulge in them. Know a peanut butter lover? Add a swirl of peanut butter or Reese’s pieces. S’mores fan? Add mini marshmallows and digestive biscuit pieces.
Also, Mum hack, bake a batch after the kids are asleep, add ice cream and eat from the pan. You won’t be sorry!
Click here to buy 6 boxes from amazon as it works out way cheaper than buying them from the supermarket. Plus they can sit in your cupboard as they don’t have a short expiration date.
If you’re wanting to make Easter brownies follow the recipe below. They’re super easy and so fun to make.
- 1 box of Betty Crocker Chocolate Brownie Mix (or your favourite recipe of chocolate brownies)
- 4 Cadbury Crème Eggs (you can also use the caramel eggs which are just as yummy)
- 1 family sized bag of Cadbury Mini Eggs (250g)
- 100g white chocolate chips (optional)
- 200g white chocolate (to drizzle)
- Sprinkles (for decoration (you can get Easter ones to make it more fun))
- Make the brownies according to instructions on the box.
- Add in the white chocolate chips and mix well.
- Pour in the brownie mix into a lined and greased baking tin.
- Bake in a preheated oven (temperature according to the recipe you’re following).
- While the brownies are in the oven cut the Cadbury Crème Eggs in half.
- Place the Cadbury Mini Eggs in a zip-lock bag and smash with a rolling pin or tenderiser until some are crushed and some are whole.
- Take the brownies out of the oven 5 minutes before the suggested time. Push the halves of Cadbury Crème Eggs into the brownie and a handful of the crushed Cadbury Mini Eggs.
- Put the brownie back in the oven for 5 minutes.
- Remove the brownie from the oven and allow to cool.
- Once cool, melt the white chocolate and drizzle over the brownie.
- Sprinkle the remaining Mini Eggs and sprinkles over the brownie and allow to set.
These are perfect to enjoy at an Easter party or after an egg hunt.
Click the image below to buy the boxed brownies that go perfectly with this recipe.