Woman shares recipe for delicious cheesecake Easter eggs – and they couldn’t be easier to make

WITH Easter nearly upon here it won’t be long until we’re left with an abundance of chocolate eggs.

And one woman has come up with a brilliant way to use up all that leftover chocolate with her cheesecake Easter egg recipe.

Taking to the Facebook group Extreme Couponing & Bargains UK she shared the very simple recipe.

All you will need for the sweet treat is two hollow chocolate eggs, digestive biscuits, butter, double cream, condensed milk and plain chocolate.

You can also add mini chocolate eggs as a topping if you so wish.

Simply combine crushed biscuits with butter and line the eggs with them before filling with your chocolate ganache mixture and leaving to set in the fridge (see full recipe below.)

Cheesecake Easter eggs recipe


  • 2 Easter eggs £1.50 – Morrison’s
  • 200g Digestive biscuits £0.31p – Aldi
  • 80g butter – £0.69 – Aldi
  • 275ml double cream ( For Whipping ) £0.89p – Aldi
  • 1 Tin of condensed Milk – £2 – Morrison’s
  • 2 Bars of plain milk chocolate (200g) – 0.60p – Aldi


Combine crushed biscuits with melted butter.

In a separate bowl, whip cream. Then fold in melted chocolate to make a ganache. Add condensed Milk and mix well.

Layer your biscuits on the bottom, then pour mixture into chocolate eggs, crush mini eggs on top and leave to set in fridge 2-4 hrs

Total cost: £5.99

Captioning her snap, she wrote: “Cheesecake Easter Eggs with no Cheese.

“Great for baking with kids? No cooking involved, except for melting chocolate, which I did in microwave ? Enjoyyy.”

Fellow home cooks were eager to give the recipe ago, sharing their thoughts in the comments.

“I’m making these” wrote one, with another agreeing, “bet these would be popular.”

In other food news, we told you how you can make your own mayonnaise with just three ingredients.

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And this woman revealed how to make butter at home and you only need one ingredient.

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