I absolutely adore Easter and I wanted to make some healthy chocolate Easter treats. Just love it. It is a sign of Spring, a fresh start and new life. The sun comes out, flowers are in bloom, little lambs are being born and of course it is my Birthday! I have two super fond Easter memories..

  1. My nana’s sister and her husband came to our house when I was around 8, with HUGE baskets full of eggs. We were never ones to really indulge as children. Chocolate and sweet things were treats and part of a balanced diet not everyday things. So to get a basket brimming we were all super excited. They were of course put on the top shelf out of reach. However we found a way, as kids do.
  2.  My 2nd best Easter memory was when I took my little cousin to France. Here we had all the amazing French chocolatiers chocolate eggs and it was to die for. I am in love wit kinder eggs and over there they have one the size of your face. We then had lunch at my aunties who had a huge garden and set up a big hunt. I was a great day.


Easter is just a day in a series of sweet treats and indulgence. It really is another Christmas in my eyes but with better weather and no presents, but waaaaay more chocolate. As kids I used to love making Easter treats, especially egg nests. I mean what child doesnt?! Yet I thought this year there has to be a bit more of a healthier way to enjoy these celebrations. I have recently been sent more of my fave chocolate from Love Cocoa – I also had loads of other bits I wanted to experiment with. Like the new box of NutriBrex I just bought along with some delicious berries and my big box of Cocofina oil. All egg nests need an egg right, however I wanted to find an alternative to mini eggs, so popped into H&B and got some yogurt almonds which totally did they trick. They looks yummy right… well here is the recipe.


1 bar of Love Cocoa sea salt dark chocolate
2 broken down Nutri-Brex
1 sachet of Cocofina coconut oil
A handful of Goji berries
Yogurt covered almonds
A handful of dried cherries


Break up the bar of chocolate and set in a glass bowl. Place into a pan of boiling water.
Allow the chocolate to slowly melt and add in the coconut oil.
Once all melted add the nutribrex, goji berries and cherries.
Mix together, spoon into muffin cases.
Place your almond egg on top.
Pop in the fridge to harden up.
Enjoy your Easter

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What is your favourite Easter treat? Let me know in the comments below

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  1. Alice

    These sound delicious, pretty and I am now extremely hungry hehe!

    Alice | alicemaysnell

    1. Lolamia

      Hahaha get whipping some up then! x

  2. Charlotte

    Ahh these sound so good! I eat way too much chocolate over Easter, so a healthy treat for that overly sweet time of the year is a win in my books! Might have to give these a go… P.s. love your first memory!xx

    1. Lolamia

      They are so tasty me and my nana couldnt even finish one they are so rich 🙂 Yeah its a great thing for that indulgent time! Hahaha you wouldnt love a giant basket… it probably wasnt that big just my little eyes thought it was huge hahaha x

  3. Lydia

    This is a really good post-and I love how you’ve added your personal memories in!

    1. Lolamia

      Aww thanks honey 🙂 glad you enjoyed the read x

  4. These are so cute and look so yummy! I am so into dark chocolate at the moment but never used to like it all that much. Great post – I’m definitely not going healthy this weekend and have a Betty Crocker cake mix in the cupboard ready to make with some marshmallows! <3 xx

    1. Lolamia

      They do taste pretty dam good! Yes and this one has sea salt which makes it all the more amazing! Hahaha oh how lovely you got the frosting to go with it? x

  5. Awww they’re both lovely Easter memories! I don’t think we overly did chocolate as kids, only at times like Easter and Christmas so you’re right getting loads of chocolate was amazing!! I remember eating chocolate eggs for breakfast!!
    I’ll have to try that recipe out! The boyfriends off all weekend so we’ll give it a go!
    PaleGirlRambling xo

    1. Lolamia

      Thanks they are the ones that stick out! It makes those times extra special like chocolate overload! Hahaha I remember sneaking them at night we would always hide some in out pockets from the hunt haha! Oh you should it literally takes 10 mins so super quick and easy! x

  6. My ultimate easter treat is surprisingly something very simple. I love to sit down on Easter Sunday after dinner with a cup of tea and a mini eggs cake – have you ever tried one? They’re honestly the most delicious thing I’ve ever tasted. Love this post!

    1. Lolamia

      Oh dont get me started on those cake I used to eat like a box! That like buttercream in the middle is just to die for! x

  7. I love the look of these Easter treats, also loved reading about your Easter memories! I’d love to make these, as when I usually eat Easter nests, I feel so guilty every time!

    – Chloe

    1. Lolamia

      They are really nice 🙂 and so rich they really do feel like a treat 🙂 x

  8. Oooh these look delicious! Love the little anecdotes at the beginning too! Xx

  9. I remember making these back in the day! They were definitely no where near as healthy as these ones though haha!

    1. Lolamia

      Hahaha they were my fave as a kid! x

  10. OMG I am already overdosing with chocolate and this will not help. It looks amazing and so good! Keeping the recipe in mind! thanks for sharing! xx corinne

    1. Lolamia

      Hahaha I can imagine! They were pretty indulgent! x

  11. Ah these sound so good! It’s nice to have a break from all of that chocolate with something a little healthier!xx

    Hannah | luxuryblush♡

    1. Lolamia

      Well it is still chocolate loool Easter doesnt go without chocolate just with a healthier tinge x

  12. Allison Sherwood

    I wish I had read this before I stuffed myself silly helping the little ones eat their Easter eggs lol

    1. Lolamia

      Hahaha maybe next year! x

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