For the perfect Easter afternoon tea create a range of tasty nibbles that your guests won’t be able to get enough of. Incorporate an Easter theme, keep it colourful and remember: the sweeter the better.
Rabbit wafer sandwiches
Too cute to eat? Almost. But the chocolate buttercream filling might make them impossible to say no to.
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Pastel meringue nests
By adding edible gel paste in the colour of your choice you can make your meringues match your table decor. Give these delicate nests a seasonal twist by adding fondant feathers.
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Make your Easter wafer bunnies even tastier with a generous coating of chocolate and don’t forget the mini marshmallows for the fluffy tails.
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Easter Egg cake balls
A basket of Easter Egg cake balls easily doubles up as a pretty centrepiece for your afternoon tea table. They’re also perfect if you want a fairly healthy Easter treat as they’re made with egg whites and fat-free Greek yoghurt.
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Carrot chocolate covered strawberries
The combination of icing, chocolate and strawberries makes these pudding cups a winner — they’re guaranteed to make your guests smile.
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If you want to give your usual cheesecake recipe a twist use it as a cookie filling. Incredibly easy to make, incredibly hard to resist.
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Cookie dough truffles
These chocolate-dipped cookie dough truffles look so fancy you’ll be able to pass them off as store-bought.
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Strawberry lemon zest mousse
Serving your strawberry mousse in lemon “cups” adds pops of colour to your table.
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Rice cereal Easter Eggs
Ditch the traditional cake stand and go for a crispy rice cereal Easter Egg tree instead. These treats are super easy to make but look fabulous — and the kids will love them.
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If you’re ready to get adventurous with your icing give your bunny biscuit a polka dot coating.
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