Chicks, bunnies, eggs and daffodils. It’s an Easter chocolate wreath !

This Easter chocolate wreath is packed full of family favourites, coated in layers of chocolate and is decorated with Easter bunnies, chicks, mini eggs and sprinkles. It is the perfect Easter dessert for kids.

My chocoholic mind gets hyper excited at the thought of Easter treats. I can spend hours dreaming up pastel coloured Easter chocolate dessert recipes.

This is a most egg-cellent family Easter dessert as both children and adults have used words like ‘epic’ and ‘awesome’.

This Easter chocolate wreath is packed full of family favourites, coated in layers of chocolate and is decorated with Easter bunnies, chicks, mini eggs and sprinkles. My chocoholic mind gets hyper excited at the thought of Easter treats. I can spend hours dreaming up pastel coloured sweet Easter chocolate desserts. This is a most egg-cellent family Easter dessert as both children and adults have used words like 'epic' and 'awesome'.

When I was hatching together this recipe, I really wanted a ‘wow!’ factor. I think this has come from the bundt shape. I was inspired by seeing an advert for the ‘Big Fat Greek Wedding’ film, where the Greek mum was confused over the hole in a bundt cake, so placed a plant in the middle! Ha!

I thought about putting a few daffs in the middle, but in the end opted for mini eggs. Slightly less mad…

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This Easter chocolate wreath is packed full of family favourites, coated in layers of chocolate and is decorated with Easter bunnies, chicks, mini eggs and sprinkles. My chocoholic mind gets hyper excited at the thought of Easter treats. I can spend hours dreaming up pastel coloured sweet Easter chocolate desserts. This is a most egg-cellent family Easter dessert as both children and adults have used words like 'epic' and 'awesome'.

Try to resist pinching a bunny (a gaping hole spoils the effect). Although pinching a mini egg from the well in the centre is designed just for light fingers…

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It’s cute to let the children hunt for the Easter dessert along with their eggs. Just be careful it doesn’t sit in the sun. Oh crikey!

I think it’s time to serve this gorgeous Easter show stopper.

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This has been cut freshly made. If you want very neat slices it’s best to let it set harder overnight. Personally, I quite like a rustic look. Each slice has it’s own special trait that way!

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This Easter chocolate wreath is packed full of family favourites, coated in layers of chocolate and is decorated with Easter bunnies, chicks, mini eggs and sprinkles. My chocoholic mind gets hyper excited at the thought of Easter treats. I can spend hours dreaming up pastel coloured sweet Easter chocolate desserts. This is a most egg-cellent family Easter dessert as both children and adults have used words like 'epic' and 'awesome'.

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This Easter chocolate wreath is packed full of family favourites, coated in layers of chocolate and is decorated with Easter bunnies, chicks, mini eggs and sprinkles. My chocoholic mind gets hyper excited at the thought of Easter treats. I can spend hours dreaming up pastel coloured sweet Easter chocolate desserts. This is a most egg-cellent family Easter dessert as both children and adults have used words like 'epic' and 'awesome'.

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Easter chocolate wreath
Print Recipe
Awesome Easter chocolate wreath containing many family favourites including Maltesters, Crunchies and popcorn, wrapped in thick milk and white chocolate. Decorated with chocolate bunnies, chicks, eggs and sprinkles.
Servings Prep Time
16-20 slices 10 minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
30-40 minutes 2 hours
Servings Prep Time
16-20 slices 10 minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
30-40 minutes 2 hours
Easter chocolate wreath
Print Recipe
Awesome Easter chocolate wreath containing many family favourites including Maltesters, Crunchies and popcorn, wrapped in thick milk and white chocolate. Decorated with chocolate bunnies, chicks, eggs and sprinkles.
Servings Prep Time
16-20 slices 10 minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
30-40 minutes 2 hours
Servings Prep Time
16-20 slices 10 minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
30-40 minutes 2 hours
Ingredients
Chocolate filling
Decoration
Servings: slices
Instructions
Chocolate filling
  1. 1. Lay several layers of cling film in your bundt tin.
  2. 2. Melt the butter, golden syrup, dark and milk chocolate in a bain-marie (a glass bowl over a pan of barely simmering water).
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  3. 3. Chop the Maltesers in half, the Crunchies and biscuits into small bite size chunks.
    Easter chocolate wreath
  4. 4. Once the filling has just melted add a pinch of salt and stir in. Then tip in all your additions incl. the popcorn. Stir in and tip into the tin. Tap the tin on the table to settle the ingredients into the mould and press down the surface.
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  5. 5. Place in the fridge for a couple of hours to set.
Decoration
  1. 6. Place your milk and white chocolate into separate bain-marie to gently melt them.
  2. 7. Meanwhile, place your set chocolate wreath onto a serving plate and peel off the clingfilm.
  3. 8. Place the bunnies and chicks around the wreath and tuck some of the mini eggs between them.
  4. 9. Pour over the melted milk chocolate, covering the wreath allowing it to run down the sides. It will stick the decorations to the wreath. Then using a spoon, zig zag the melted white chocolate over the top. Then add on more mini eggs to the top.
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  5. 10. Add on the sprinkles and fill the hole of the wreath with the remaining mini eggs.
Recipe Notes

This will be fine to eat straight away (we did!), but will cut neater if you let it set for a few hours or over night.

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