Date: Friday 18th March 2016
Spring is soon upon us, what better way to get into the spirit than with some great Easter bakes. Perfect for getting the whole family involved, these bakes are fabulous and will see you through the Easter weekend. We have a few recipes in this blog post that we think, with an Easter twist, will go down brilliantly.
If you do create any of these for yourselves make sure to send us a picture! You can e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org or post to @Glutafin gluten free foods on Facebook or @Glutafin on Twitter and Instagram. Happy Baking!
Cornflake Chocolate Nests
A classic favourite – simple yet very popular. Simply use our Gluten Free Cornflakes and melt some chocolate and create some delicious Cornflake cakes. Finish off with some mini eggs in middle and you’ve got yourself some Easter Cornflake Chocolate Nests! Plenty for everyone and no cooking required.
Chocolate Cupcakes or Chocolate Cake
A great way to transform normal bakes into Easter favourites for the children is through decoration. We have a tasty Gluten Free Select Chocolate Fudge Cake recipe on our website – grate some chocolate over the top and decorate with some mini eggs and you have yourself the perfect chocolate Easter showstopper.
You can apply a similar concept to our Gluten Free Select White Chocolate Vanilla Cupcakes and create more bite size goodness. These are guaranteed to be a success with all age groups. (Also great enjoyed with a good hot drink!)
Hot Cross Buns
Our Gluten Free Select Hot Cross Buns take a little longer to prepare for however we assure you it is worth it! These delicious spicy bread buns crossed with shortcrust pastry, take around an hour 30 to prep for and need 15 minutes cooking time. Using the Glutafin Gluten Free Select Multipurpose White Mix this particular recipe makes for 8 add some butter inside and enjoy with a warm cup of tea. (We’re sensing a theme here..) and fill your house with the smell of warm spiced buns over the long Easter weekend.
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