Love Your Leftovers: Easter Egg Sundae

Now, I’m not too sure you can really classed any not-eaten chocolate as leftovers, but what I am sure of is that at some point you might want a different way to enjoy it. I know I do! Its been just over a week since Easter and my progress through my Eggs is remarkably slow (put it this way, I still have chocolate from Christmas waiting to eaten…) so I decided to make up a dessert as a treat for my and my boyfriend…enter the Easter Egg Sundae!

 photo 2014-04-24202547_zpsacd779aa.jpgJust use half an Easter egg as your ‘bowl’, add two/three/however many you can manage scoops of ice cream, and top with whatever other chocolate you have lying about. I’ve seen it done with a creme egg, but I’m on my last one so wasn’t about to share!

We used a Cadbury’s egg as our bowl, topped with a flake, and our ice-cream? It has to be Ben & Jerry’s! This was a new flavour, “All or Nut-ting” which I have to say I’m not a huge fan of as it tastes a little cheap. And now I’m on the subject of ice-cream, I might as well tell you that my favourite flavour has to be Peanut Butter Cup – perfection in a bowl!

 photo 2014-04-24202542_zpse344c3d1.jpgLet me know if you give this Easter Egg sundae a go, I’d love to hear your variations!

  • Steve Morton

    Hi
    I don’t understand this ‘left over’ bit of your recipe… it’s like ‘left over’ wine… it just doesn’t happen here!
    Steve

    • I understand that – I’m not entirely sure why I take so long to eat chocolate! x

  • This looks and sounds delicious! I still have chocolate left over from Christmas too haha xx

  • That is an awesome idea! I didn’t get any Easter eggs but kind of wishing I had just as an excuse to get it with ice cream and some hot fudge.

    • Hot Fudge sounds like an amazing addition. I want to try it now… x