Healthy Homemade Easter Eggs
Why would you make your own Easter Eggs?
Well, I can think of several good reasons!
♥ Making your own treats means you know exactly what is in it
♥ Most ‘commercial’ Easter eggs are very high in refined sugar, contain a lot of nasty additives and hydrogenated vegetable oils and also palm oil (which while is okay for our health is not so good for our orangutans)
♥ Homemade stuff always tastes better (yep, it’s the love)
♥ It’s part of the slow food movement – slow down, enjoy making and eating food so it becomes mindful
♥ Homemade takes time and effort – you are less likely to over-indulge in treats if it’s harder to access
Of course, we don’t always have time, so there are other good options out there you can source – organic, fair trade and allergy friendly.
If you do have time, here are some awesome recipes you might like to take a crack at.
Hippy Hoppy Healthy Easter Bunny from The Hippy Homemaker
Make your own “Lindor Hazelnut Chocolate Truffles” from Damy Health.
Chocolate Covered Katie has some Healthy Creme Eggs.
Healthy Indulgences also has a healthier take on Creme Eggs!
The clever Chocolate Covered Katie makes Healthy Easter Bunnies.
Ricki Heller makes these nomolicious Chocolate Covered Cheesecake Easter Eggs.
Coconut Bunnies! You can also make these chocolate too. Cleverness from Chocolate Covered Katie.
Jo at Quirky Cooking has these amazing homemade Ferrero Rochers! Gluten free and dairy free.
The Earth Diet has some ideas for healthy Chocolate Easter Eggs, including white chocolate.
Do you make your own Easter Eggs??? Share with us your recipes and links!