We’re not saying we’ll be passing up a choccy Easter bunny, but if we’re going to be celebrating Easter the whole weekend long, it’s probably going to be a good idea to have some healthier substitutes on hand. With these recipes, you won’t even miss regular chocolate!
Healthy chocolate Easter eggs
You won’t need to rush out to the supermarket to fill your children’s Easter baskets with these delicious creations by Claire K! They combine coconut oil, raw cacao, maple syrup, peanut butter and even peppermint essential oil, so you know they’re going to be seriously tasty.
Crazy good ‘chocolate’ bark
We love chocolate bark, both for how good it tastes, and how easy it is to make. Whether you pop this one into your children’s lunchboxes as a pre- or post-Easter treat, serve it as dessert at your upcoming Easter celebration or simply keep it on hand for a sweet treat, the whole family will love it.
Healthy zucchini brownies
We know what you’re thinking – ‘zucchini’ and ‘brownies’ are two words that do not go together. But unless you’ve tried this healthified version, don’t knock it. They are moist, fudgy and, best of all, much healthier than your classic brownie packet mix.
Healthy chocolate coconut slice
Georgia Harding from Well Nourished is always our go to when it comes to finding healthy versions of our favourite indulgent treats, and this chocolate coconut slice is no exception. It’s free from refined sugar and packed with deliciousness thanks to the malt syrup and desiccated coconut.
Healthy chocolate milkshake
Enough sweet treats that you can eat – how about one you can drink? This chocolate milkshake by Amy’s Healthy Baking ticks all of our boxes. It’s thick and creamy, super chocolatey and could even be enjoyed for breakfast (why not, it’s the holidays!).
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