Easter egg hunting. When the children were small it was a party in itself. And every year it was a surprise what the weather was going to do. Because Easter can fall very early but also a month later.
So we’ve hidden Easter eggs in the pouring rain. Soaking wet we came into the house. It was so cold that day. And I also can remember once again that we had an Easter egg hunt with friends and their children. It was lovely weather and we sat on the terrace while the children were going to hunt. They were of course not put down too easily, because then they would be back very quickly. So an hour before all the kids were there, it was expertly done by the Easter Bunny. But if you can sit on the terrace in the sun, like on that day, then that also has an effect on the hidden Easter eggs. The kids returned with a basket of chocolate fondue instead of recognizable eggs. And the chocolate was everywhere. On hands, faces and clothes. But what a wonderful day we had. We’ll talk about it now and again.
Easter egg turban
And because you, whether you’re sitting on the terrace or drying up nicely by the stove, you want something tasty with your coffee or tea, this simple but very tasty recipe is the answer. A turban in which you hide chocolate eggs. Because they have been in the oven, they are wonderfully soft and therefore you won’t break your teeth on them. Together with the creamy cake a real treat. In the recipe I used milk chocolate eggs, but you can vary deliciously. Consider caramel sea salt eggs, white chocolate or hazelnut. I am curious what filling you will use?
Recipe Easter egg turban
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