Special Easter Baking Ideas For Kids and Adults


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Easter is a great time of year and what better way to celebrate it than with some easy Easter baking. Whether you are baking cookies, cakes, or other sweets, your child will have fun helping you make them. By having the necessary ingredients ready and your child able to help, they can learn how to assist in the kitchen. Your child may even mix ingredients for pastries, beat eggs and sprinkle sprinkles on top of baked treats. They may pop chocolate chip-shaped cupcakes into baking trays with your assistance and then pop into icing bags to frost the top of each one.

One easy Easter baking idea that involves the use of an egg is to make a variety of Easter eggs for an Easter egg hunt. Have your children find an object from the house that is covered in eggs. Have them break the eggs open and find the hidden treat inside. After which, have them put the treats back in the Easter basket. This can be fun for both children and adults as this is not only a great egg hunt but also fun to do together. You could print their pictures from the internet and have them placed in the basket.

Easy Easter Baking

Making caramel eggs is another easy Easter baking idea that uses chocolate. Take some dark chocolate chips and melt them over low heat. Once the chips are completely melted, add a small amount of butter to the chocolate. Allow the butter to stick to the chocolate until a smooth consistency is reached and then turn the chocolate mixture over and allow it to cool off.

Making beautiful Easter biscuits is a family tradition that goes all the way back to the Middle Ages. Today, there are so many different types of eggs available, such as the Easter egg-filled ones, that it is practically impossible to make an original family tradition. However, making fruit-filled Easter biscuits is a great way to bring a smile to any Easter bather. Before baking the biscuits, cover them with wax paper so that they do not melt. Then, use a food coloring packet and fill the cookies with the color of your choice.

Another delicious recipe to try is the chocolate-coated angel food cake. This easy recipe is perfect for Easter because it is something everyone can enjoy. For this cake, you will need a mixing bowl set, a whole cup of chopped chocolate, and one cup of buttercream. Combine all ingredients except for the chocolate and blend thoroughly until the chocolate is melted. Spread the chocolate onto the baked cake and place a layer of buttercream between the layers. Finally, top with an angel food cake and drizzle with more chocolate.

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Another good recipe to try for Easter breakfast is the white chocolate cake. This easy recipe uses fewer ingredients than the aforementioned chocolate eggs, but the results are impressive. To make a white chocolate cake, you will need three eggs, half a cup of white chocolate chips, two cups of sugar, and one tablespoon of vanilla extract. Start by melting the chips and then stir in the sugar. Once mixed, pour in the vanilla extract and mix thoroughly.

For an entertaining recipe for Easter baking, consider the hot cross buns recipe. This popular Easter brunch dish is easy to make, especially if you have a microwave to apply the hot cross buns too. For this recipe, you will need sour cream, softened cream cheese, and a whole cup of sour coffee. Mix all ingredients together and then place the mixture into a zip-top bag, seal it, and refrigerate until ready to eat.

Bottom Line 

The cakes and pastries you make can be custom-made to fit the theme of your Easter celebration. If you’re planning an Easter parade, there are many easy Easter recipes that include food that can be served as finger sandwiches, or muffins. You can also make Easter eggs for an Easter egg roll. For other fun ideas, try considering some of the following special Easter recipes:

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