Pack a delish picnic basket, add some of our Easter cake cups, and take the kiddos on
a spontaneous lunch adventure. Keep it simple and go to your local park or even your
very own backyard.

Hide all those choccie eggs, make up clues, leave some bunny fluff (cotton wool) around, make bunny
footprints in powder, and create an epic Easter Egg Hunt for the kids. Our Velvet Bunnies are a yummy
alternative to chocolate bunnies.

Boil a few eggs, get some paint, remember the paint brushes, a few egg cups to
hold the eggs while painting – and get creative. Let your kids mix colours, create
fun designs, and get messy. Make sure the paint is washable and kid friendly.

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You’re in for a treat with this special Easter Rocky Roads recipe! This recipe is such a treat for families
to get together in the kitchen and have some fun. Get the kids involved, make them measure out the
ingredients, and let them go wild with speckled eggs and marshmallows.


400 grams good dark dark chocolate

175 grams soft unsalted butter

4 tablespoons golden syrup

180 grams tennis biscuits

150 grams speckled easter eggs

150 grams red glace cherries

150 grams mini marshmallows


1.Chop the chocolate into smaller pieces put it into a heavy-based pan with the butter and syrup
over a gentle heat until melted.

2.Put the biscuits into a freezer bag and bash them with a rolling pin to get big and little sized

3.Put the speckled eggs into another freezer bag and also bash them so you get different sized

4.Take the pan off the heat, and add the crushed biscuits and speckled eggs whole glacé cherries
and mini-marshmallows. Turn carefully to coat everything with syrupy chocolate.

5.Line a cupcake pan with muffin or cupcake wrappers, scoop a spoonful of rocky road mixture into
the cupcake pan it will look bumpy but that is what you want 😉

6.Refrigerate until firm, which will take about 2 hours.

There are so many creative Easter arts and crafts you can make with your kids.
Think bunny and chicky masks using a paper plate, some elastic, pipe cleaners,
and coloured paper.

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Make carrots out of orange footprints & green paper shreds.

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Use toilet paper rolls to create a bunny by simply adding googly eyes, and floppy paper ears.

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