Easter cornflake cakes 

Easter is nearly here and what better way to celebrate than making some Easter cornflake cakes, quick, easy and extremely delicious. What’s not to love? I’m not quite the baker, I like to think I am and I’ll give it ago but the end results aren’t always too good! So when I found ‘children’s Easter recipes’ online, I thought maybe I’ll make these! As a child, I made these a lot, they literally took 5 minutes to do and I was always excited knowing that I could have one as a treat after my tea!

I came across loads of recipes to make these Easter cakes with shredded wheat, and I’m just going to put it out there… I’m not a fan of shredded wheat – I don’t know why, I’m probably the only person ever not to like it, so I definitely prefer the cornflake ones.

What you need
(makes 12)

400g milk chocolate
1 or 2 bags of mini eggs
cornflakes
50g unsalted butter.

Method

Melt the chocolate and butter together in a bowl, over a boiling pan of hot water, (make sure the water isn’t touching the bowl)

Line up your cases in a muffin/cipcake tin and once your chocolate has melted, mix with cornflakes and spoon the mixture into the cases.

Make a slight dip in the centre and fill with mini eggs, and enjoy!

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