Cheats 15 Minute Chocolate Overload Easter Cake

The ultimate cheats ’15 Minute Chocolate Overload Easter Cake’, made from a store-bought mud cake, covered in creamy milk chocolate frosting, piled high with sprinkles, chocolate easter eggs, creme eggs and Malteser bunnies, and surrounded by chocolate finger biscuits. This easter cake looks absolutely gorgeous and tastes even better… talk about a show stopping table centrepiece!  15 Minute Chocolate Overload Easter Cake Image

I can’t even tell you how EXCITED I am to share this awesome (and totally delicious) Cheats 15 Minute Chocolate Overload Easter Cake with you!!!!!

And yep, I’m not joking about the whole ’15 minutes’ thing. Watch the video and you’ll see… so quick and easy…!!

Seeeeeee…. it’s the stuff that chocoholics dreams are made of (and you totally know that I ate soooo many little easter eggs while making this, right!?). Cheats 15 Minute Chocolate Overload Easter Cake Image Now I have to admit that I’m secretly trying to make up for the fact that I didn’t do ANY Easter recipes for the blog last year (but hey, I did have a 1 month old baby… so I think I can kind of be forgiven… maybe!). And so this year, I’m going to throw ALL the chocolatey goodness at you. Which of course, includes this super simple cake. Cheats 15 Minute Chocolate Overload Easter Cake Image But hang on, while I’m talking about all the chocoholic-ness coming your way this year, please, PLEASE tell me that you didn’t miss my Boozy Easter Chocolate Cocktail??? Oh my god… make yourself one of those babies, whip up this cake and you will be in HEAVEN!! Cheats 15 Minute Chocolate Overload Easter Cake Image You know what I love most about this Cheats 15 Minute Chocolate Overload Easter Cake??? It is an absolute showstopper – as in, it’s going to look freaking amazing on your Easter table… but it is the Easiest. Thing. Ever! Cheats 15 Minute Chocolate Overload Easter Cake Image Just between us, I made this cake, a second (equally as awesome) cheats Easter cake (which will be on the blog soon), recorded the videos and took the final photos of both cakes while Will was having his morning nap. That’s how quick and easy they are. I was literally packing away the tripod as he woke up. This is what I call a ‘busy-mumma’ Easter cake! Cheats 15 Minute Chocolate Overload Easter Cake Image So there you have it… a totally fab 15 Minute Chocolate Overload Easter Cake that your whole family is going to LOVE! 15 Minute Chocolate Overload Easter Cake image
 

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Cheats 15 Minute Chocolate Overload Easter Cake

The ultimate cheats '15 Minute Chocolate Overload Easter Cake', made from a store-bought mud cake, covered in creamy milk chocolate frosting, piled high with sprinkles, chocolate easter eggs, creme eggs and Malteser bunnies, and surrounded by chocolate finger biscuits. This easter cake looks absolutely gorgeous and tastes even better... talk about a show stopping table centrepiece! 

Course Cakes, Easter
Cuisine Baking, Easter
Prep Time 15 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Servings 12
Author Bake Play Smile

Ingredients

  • 1 store-bought chocolate mud cake
  • 1 450g tub chocolate frosting (or vanilla) you will have some leftover
  • 2 200g packets chocolate finger biscuits
  • Sprinkles or 100s and 1000s to decorate
  • Malteser bunnies & mini solid eggs to decorate

Instructions

  1. Place the chocolate mud cake onto a serving dish.
  2. Cover the top and sides with the frosting.
  3. Place the chocolate finger biscuits around the sides of the cake.
  4. Shake the sprinkles all over the top of the cake (this will prevent the solid eggs from sticking to the frosting).
  5. Place the Malteser bunnies in the middle of the cake.
  6. Decorate with mini eggs.
  7. Secure the cake with a ribbon tied around the outside.

Recipe Notes

You will have leftover frosting and chocolate finger biscuits.
Don't add to many solid eggs (and keep them away from the edges) or the weight will push the biscuits down.

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