The Internet’s Most Heart-Attack Inducing Easter Egg Recipes

In case you think regular Easter chocolate simply isn’t inflicting enough damage to your body, @BiscuitAhoy has tracked down some ways to make your eggs even deadlier.

1. Giant Creme Egg

2. Easter Nest

3. Easter cupcakes with a Creme Egg centre

4. Creme Egg Brownies

5. Creme Scotch Eggs

6. Scrambled Creme Eggs

7. Creme Egg Cheesecake

8. Creme Egg Cake

9. Creme Egg Cheesecake

10. Melting middle Creme Egg bundt cake

11. Cadbury Creme Egg chocolate tarts



12. The Angel Delight Easter Egg

I came across this genius idea about a year ago and have been dying for an excuse to try it out for myself. So, for the benefit of mankind, here is a step by step guide to making the delicious enigma that is the Angel Delight-Filled Easter Egg.

Step 1: Prepare your ingredients


1 x Medium sized hollow Easter egg (for the purpose of this project have gone for a pirate themed egg).
1 x sachet of Angel Delight (I am using butterscotch because we all know that’s the BEST one).
300ml milk.

You will also need a jug, a sharp knife, and a fork (or electric hand whisk if you’re incredibly lazy like me).

Step 2: Gently poke a hole in the top of the chocolate egg

You need a sharp knife (ask an adult to do this for you if you’re a child or an idiot). I found that twisting the knife from side to side worked best. Be careful not to put too much pressure on the egg or it will collapse and you will have to eat it all before going out to buy another one, which I am sure you really DON’T want to happen.

Step 3: Mix the Angel Delight


If need me to explain to you how to do this, you don’t deserve an Angel Delight Filled Easter egg.

Step 4: Pour the Angel Delight into the egg


Before the mixture starts to thicken, carefully pour it into the egg. Don’t make the mistake I did of being a tad over enthusiastic. Find a suitably sized cup and place the egg into the fridge for at least 15 minutes.


Step 5: Take from fridge and weep tears of joy at the sheer beauty of it


Enjoy (works surprisingly well with breadstick soldiers, or if you really don’t give a monkeys about your arteries, you could try it with a packet of Chocolate Fingers).