Easter For Adults
As you may know, I am a chocoholic. Over the years visiting chocolate museums, cafes, cocoa plantations in Madagascar and much more. There are times when it is nice to self indulge, Easter is definitely one of these times.
A few years ago I wrote a blog on some of the most indulgent Easter eggs for adults with gin and of course chocolate. This time it is one of my favourites, prosecco and pink popping candy.
Easter For Adults
UK ADULT EASTER TREATS YOU MUST TRY
There are some incredible Easter eggs available, from milk, dark and white chocolate. These could be fairtrade, handmade, and have a variety of cocoa content.
If you missed UK Adult Easter Treats You Must Try click here.
Pink Popping Prosecco Easter - Prestat
The Pink Popping Prosecco Easter egg is handmade by eggstraordinary people at Prestat London. The rich milk chocolate egg with a pink popping prosecco lining comes in a gold foil wrapper secured with a delightful pink satin ribbon. While inside the egg is a bag of handcrafted pink popping indulgent prosecco truffles, all together packaged in a small colour coordinated box. What it lacks in size, it gives in cocoa content and popping candy. The rich thick chocolate truffles are best enjoyed chilled and devoured slowly. Leaving a powerful prosecco punch and popping candy explosion.
One of London's oldest chocolate shops Prestat was founded in 1902. Awarded two royal warrants from Her Majesty The Queen and Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother. Nominated as one of the world's top three chocolate shops by Economist in 2003. Did you know that one Prestats most famous customers have been Roald Dahl, author of Charlie and The Chocolate Factory?
How Do You Eat Yours?
This year I have been inspired by the pictures I have seen of the mouthwatering cheesecake Easter eggs. Have you seen them?
Here's how you can have your cake and eat it too!
Delicious handmade chocolate eggs filled with creamy sweet cheesecake are easy to make. I used the two Prestat chocolate Easter egg halves, filling them with butter coated digestive biscuit pieces, then the creamy cheesecake layer made from Mascarpone, icing sugar and Madagascan vanilla extract. It took around 20 minutes and then an hour in the fridge to set. Yum!
Here is a link to the recipe I used - Cheesecake Filled Easter Eggs.
With the leftover crumbly biscuit and creamy cheesecake filling, I made bite-size treats. Using an oven tray and the same method.
I hope you have enjoyed reading and inspired to have your own adult indulgent Easter.