So this month at MAK, (Mom Always Knows) I am looking for all things Green for St. Patty’s Day and Bunny for Easter!  I came across this yummy and Easy (and did I say easy) post from Digital Motherhood with a couple of fun baking ideas to do with the kids!  My girls love to bake and all things easy are appreciated for sure!  Try them and let us know what you think.


You won’t find many baking posts on my blog (in fact this is the first one) because to say I’m not very good at making cakes is an understatement.

Last week Little H said she wanted to make Easter cakes so I decided on 2 really easy Easter baking ideas that even I couldn’t get wrong. I say ‘baking’, but there’s actually no cooking involved.

I thought I’d blog these treats in case anyone out there is as useless as I am! These are good fun for kids to make either for Easter or to use up the mountain of Easter eggs you’ll no doubt be left with afterward.

First up—- ‘Easter Nests’…

Yep, good old chocolate cornflake cakes! Everyone remembers making these when they were little. I feel a bit stupid writing instructions for making these as it’s so simple, but here they are anyway…

  1. Boil some water and rest a bowl over the top of the saucepan without the bottom touching the water.
  2. Put the chocolate into the bowl and stir in some Golden Syrup (approx 2 tbsps).
  3. Take the bowl off the heat and keep stirring until all of the chocolate has melted.
  4. Pour the cornflakes into the chocolate and stir until they’re all coated.
  5. Put some cake cases onto a baking tray and spoon the mixture in.
  6. Decorate with mini eggs and put the tray into the fridge to set for about 2 hours.

Like I said, incredibly easy.

Easy Easter Baking | www.digitalmotherhood.com

Then we made—- ‘Chocolate Bark’…

You’ve probably seen the “Pinterest mums” making some very professional versions of this and putting photos all over Facebook. Again it’s very, very easy and you don’t have to get all fancy and add rose petals or pumpkin seeds!

  1. Line a baking tray with greaseproof paper.
  2. Melt some chocolate (as above)
  3. Pour the chocolate into the tray – If you’re feeling creative melt both milk and white chocolate in separate bowls, then pour into the tray and swirl with a fork to make a marbled effect.
  4. Decorate – we used mini eggs and sprinkles for ours but you could use any topping you like.
  5. Put the tray into the fridge to set for approx 2 hours.
  6. Once set- break into ‘bark’.

Easy Easter Baking | www.digitalmotherhood.com

Happy Easter – enjoy your chocolate!


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Sarah Cronshaw


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