Food How to cook an Easter egg hunt smash cake

04:15  28 march  2018
04:15  28 march  2018 Source:   TV WEEK

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5 mins cook . Recipe by. Steps. Easter egg hunt smash cake . Lightly grease a 1.25 litre, 16cm wide, round bowl. Line with plastic wrap. In a large saucepan, stir chocolate, butter and syrup together over low heat until melted.

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Surprise your family this festive season with this incredible cake, filled with chocolatey Easter eggs that can be revealed when you 'smash' the top.

Ingredients

150 dark chocolate, chopped

75g butter, chopped

1 tbsp golden syrup

2 1/2 cups rice bubbles

1/4 cup desiccated coconut

Assorted chocolate Easter eggs, to fill

200g milk chocolate melts, melted

1 1/2 tbsp hundreds and thousands

Steps

* Lightly grease a 1.25 litre, 16cm wide, round bowl. Line with plastic wrap.

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* In a large saucepan, stir chocolate, butter and syrup together over low heat until melted.

* In a large bowl, combine rice bubbles and coconut. Pour over chocolate mixture, stirring until combined.

* Press mixture into the base and sides of bowl, ensuring edges are level (pack and flatten with a palette knife). Chill 1 hour to set.

* Using plastic wrap to lift, remove shell from bowl. Fill with Easter chocolates, and then top with a serving plate. Invert.

* Pour over melted milk chocolate letting it drizzle down on sides. Sprinkle with hundreds and thousands. chill until set.

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If preferred, use chocolate melts in place of eating chocolate.

Be careful not to over- heat chocolate during melting, preventing burning.

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