These Easter Chocolate Fridge Tray Bake are always a fabulous addition to an Easter party or event. Quick to mix up and they fridge bake in about an hour.
Easter certainly seems to be a festival of chocolate this year. To celebrate and give into the good sweet stuff I have update a favourite of my recipes to have an Easter theme. I give you my Easter chocolate fridge tray bake. It’s so quick, brilliantly tasty and a fantastic way to use up any bits of chocolate you have left over.
Sweet, chocolatey and delicious Perfect for Easter
It takes about an hour to set but I would recommend leaving it a little longer than that if you can. Definitely take it out to slice when it’s still setting though as it makes it so much better to get it done. When it’s completely set it is a nightmare to cut up. Unless you want one giant one for a special treat.
It’s also a great way to use up any extra chocolate you might have after Easter. It tastes wonderful with one type of eggs for example mini eggs but I love adding loads of different types in. Some fot nougat ones, holhow chocolate ones, caramel ones etc. It’s wonderful!
Delicious and I love the addition of extra eggs on top and the last of the chocolate rabbits I had looked so sweet on top.
It looked so inviting when I cut up. I must not eat it all in one go but it appears I might have attempted it.
I’m entering this chocolate masterpiece into Lucy at Supergolden Bakes weekly round up #CookBlogShare.
I am also entering these into the Chocolate themed Tea Time Treat being hosted by Janie at The Hedgecombers and Karen at Lavender and Lovage.
Easter Chocolate Fridge Tray Bake
- 100 g unsalted butter
- 3 tbsp golden syrup
- 400 g milk chocolate
- 300 g digestives
- 100 g maltesers
- 100 g mini eggs
- 300 g white chocolate
- 100 g micro eggs for decorations
- Melt the butter, golden syrup and chocolate in a saucepan on a gentle heat, keep stirring. Take it off the heat when it’s all melted together.
- Crush the digestives to crumbs and add to the melted chocolate mixture. (I use a rolling pin and hit the biscuits while they are in a bag to make the crumbs.)
- Once thoroughly mixed add the maltesers, mini eggs and any other chocolate bits and bobs you have. I also added a few ferrero rocher eggs roughly chopped to enjoy. Jelly beans are also a fabulous thing to add.
- Line a medium baking tray with greaseproof paper.
- Put the mixture into the pan and press in firmly to compact the mix in.
- Melt the white chocolate in a bowl over hot water. When it has melted pour the chocolate over the mix.
- Decorate with micro eggs or other eggs/decorations you like.
- Put in the fridge until set – after 1 hour cut into slices and return to the fridge. It’s easier to cut when it’s still soft.
Please note that the nutrition information provided above is approximate and meant as a guideline only.
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