This incredible 4-ingredient No-Bake Easter Slice is the easiest Easter dessert recipe you'll need! A crumbly biscuit base and a layer of milk chocolate topped with chunky Mini Eggs!
Mini eggs, anyone? With Easter less than a week away, I knew I had to do something delicious yet simple to prepare. Let's be honest, who wants to spend 2+ hours making a dessert when they also need to prepare another 2+ courses for the special day?
This No-Bake Easter slice requires only 4 ingredients, 20 minutes (or less!) of prep time, and can be easily made ahead! Topped with a layer of milk chocolate and sprinkled with chunky Cadbury Mini Eggs, this Easter-themed slice tastes of chocolate heaven!
Why Make No-Bake Easter Slice?
This No-Bake Easter Slice is:
- Super addictive, made with a crumbly biscuit base, topped with a layer of milk chocolate, and sprinkled with chocolatey Mini Eggs.
- Simple and quick to make and completely beginner-friendly, requiring less than 20 minutes of hands-on time and just 1.5 hours of refrigeration time until set.
- Requires only 4 ingredients!
- Perfect to make ahead!
Ingredients and Substitutions
This No-Bake Easter Slice requires just 4 ingredients:
- Digestive Biscuits - these should be crushed and will make up the base of the slice. You can also substitute digestive biscuits with Graham crackers.
- Butter - melted and mixed with digestive biscuits, this is the second ingredient required for the base. Use unsalted butter if possible.
- Chocolate - Use baking or melting type chocolate for the chocolate layer, which can be in the form of buttons, chips, or a bar. Although I prefer milk chocolate, you can actually use any type of chocolate (dark, milk, or white) you prefer.
- Mini Eggs - I crushed a few of these and used a few whole ones as well.
How to Make No-Bake Easter Slice (Step by Step)
- Step 1: Use a food processor to crush digestive (or Graham cracker) biscuits finely. Add melted butter and mix well until combined.
- Step 2: Transfer the biscuit-butter mixture to an 8x8 inch brownie pan lined with parchment/baking paper. Press and flatten mixture to bottom of pan. Transfer brownie pan to freezer for 10-20 minutes.
- Step 3: Place chocolate in a microwave-safe bowl and melt in microwave by heating at 30 second increments. Use a fork to stir chocolate at each pause. Chocolate will continue to melt as it is stirred. TIP: Make sure not to overheat the chocolate as it will become clumpy and seize.
- Step 4: Pour melted chocolate over biscuit base, level with a spatula, and sprinkle with crushed (and whole) Mini Eggs. Transfer to a refrigerator for 1.5 to 2 hours until set. Bring to room temperature, slice into 12-16 squares and serve!
Making Ahead and Storing
This no-bake Chocolate Mini Egg Slice is the perfect make-ahead treat and can be easily prepared and refrigerated in an airtight container for up to 4 days.
If you like this recipe, you might also like:
No-Bake Blueberry Lemon Cheesecake
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No-Bake Easter Slice
- 200 g digestive biscuits (or graham crackers)
- 90 g butter melted (about 6 tbsp.)
- 300 g milk chocolate buttons (or melting/baking milk chocolate bar or chips)
- 150 g Cadbury mini eggs slightly crushed (+ some whole)
- Line an 8x8inch brownie (baking) dish with baking paper.
- Crush digestive biscuits/graham crackers in a food processor. Add melted butter and mix until combined.
- Transfer and press biscuit-butter mixture to brownie dish. Freeze for 10-20 minutes.
- Place milk chocolate in a microwave-safe bowl. Heat at 30 second increments on medium power, stirring with a fork during each pause until chocolate has melted and is completely smooth. Pour melted chocolate over base and level using a spatula.
- Whilst chocolate is still soft, sprinkle with crushed mini eggs. Refrigerate for 1 to 2 hours until set. Bring out to room temperature, slice in 12-16 squares, and serve!
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