Healthy Chocolate Easter Eggs Delicious and Easy Recipe
With Easter right around the corner, it ‘s time for me to put together a healthy recipe for a classic Easter treat. These healthy chocolate Easter eggs take little time and require just a few healthy ingredients. Let’s do this!
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Healthy Chocolate Easter Eggs
Can you believe it? It’s Easter already!
I absolutely love Easter treats.
My all-time favorite is definitely the chocolate Easter egg. Especially the ones with a surprise in them!
You can definitely enjoy those Easter treats, but if you want to try a healthier alternative, then you absolutely HAVE to try my healthy chocolate Easter eggs!
These healthy treats require just 6 ingredients. That’s right!
Only 6 healthy ingredients are required.
Coconut oil (for greasing the molds), dark chocolate, pure maple syrup, natural peanut butter and frozen raspberries and cherries.
I thought it would be a bit more exciting to have two variations, some with raspberry filling and some with cherry filling!
You will need a couple of tools for this recipe. Read on for the details on these healthy chocolate Easter eggs!
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Tools And Ingredients For The Healthy Easter Eggs
Silicone Chocolate Molds $12.99
Silicone Brush $6.37
70% Dark Chocolate $3.47
Natural Peanut Butter $9.99
Pure Maple Syrup $18.95
Healthy Chocolate Easter Eggs Ingredients
Remember, all you need for these healthy chocolate Easter eggs is 6 ingredients!
- coconut oil (for greasing the molds)
- 5 squares or 50g, 70-75% dark chocolate
- 2 tbsp natural peanut butter
- 1 tbsp pure maple syrup
- 7-8 frozen raspberries, thawed
- 3-4 frozen cherries, thawed and cut in half
Healthy Chocolate Easter Eggs Instructions
- Start by melting the dark chocolate in the microwave. Do so in 20-second intervals, to avoid burning it.
- While the chocolate heats up in the microwave, lightly grease the egg molds with coconut oil.
- Once the chocolate has melted, using a silicone brush, coat each egg mold just enough to fully cover it. Set aside.
- In two separate bowls, add the frozen raspberries and the frozen cherries. Thaw them in the microwave on low power mode, using 12-second intervals. You want them to be slightly thawed.
- In a different small bowl, mix the peanut butter with the maple syrup.
- With a small spoon, scoop a small amount of the peanut butter/maple syrup mixture into the center of each chocolate egg.
- Place a raspberry or cherry half on top of the peanut butter mixture, pressing down gently.
- Continue with the rest of the chocolate eggs, alternating between cherries and raspberries. I added more raspberries because they are my favourite!
- If your melted chocolate has set, return to the microwave for 20 seconds.
- Finally, using your silicone brush glaze the top of the chocolate eggs to fully cover them.
- Place them in the freezer for 15 minutes. This will set the chocolate without freezing the chocolate eggs.
I hope you enjoy these healthy chocolate Easter eggs as much as I did!
You can also play around with the filling flavors by adding some nuts or different nut butter.
As long as you use wholesome ingredients, your chocolate Easter eggs will hit the spot without jeopardizing your fitness and weight loss goals!
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Wow this looks soo good!
I love chocolate 🍫. Thanks for sharing your healthy recipe!
I love how you can make easy easter egg chocolate, so mouthwatering.
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