Easter Egg Brownies

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Easter egg brownies are the perfect way to celebrate Easter! These brownies are chocolatey and delicious and topped with colorful Easter eggs. Sure to impress your friends and family. So, what are you waiting for?

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Indulgent Easter Egg Brownies

Easter is a time for celebration, and what better way to celebrate than with chocolate? These indulgent Easter egg brownies are the perfect treat for any chocolate lover.

They are rich, fudgy, and topped with colorful Cadbury Mini Eggs. The combination of gooey brownie and crunchy candy is simply irresistible.

While traditional brownies are delicious, adding a festive twist with Easter eggs takes them to the next level. Not only do the Cadbury Mini Eggs add a pop of color, but they also provide a burst of flavor in every bite.

Plus, using a cookie cutter to create egg-shaped brownies adds a fun and playful element to this classic dessert.

Easter Egg Brownies Ingredients

This section includes ingredient notes and substitution options. Get the measurements, ingredients, and instructions in the printable recipe card at the bottom of this page.

easter egg brownies ingredients
  • Brownie mix: You can use any brand of brownie mix for this recipe. Or make your own homemade brownies from scratch if you prefer.
  • Eggs: For the brownie mix used.
  • Water: For the brownie mix used.
  • Vegetable oil: For the brownie mix used. You can also use melted butter or coconut oil as a substitute.
  • White chocolate: Use any type of white chocolate, such as baking chips, bars, or candy melts.
  • Cadbury Mini Eggs: These iconic Easter candies are a must-have for these brownies.

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Substitutions and Variations

  • Use your favorite type of chocolate instead of white chocolate, such as milk or dark chocolate.
  • Swap out the Cadbury Mini Eggs for other Easter candies, like jelly beans or chocolate eggs.
  • Add a layer of frosting to the brownies before adding the crushed candy for an extra indulgent treat.

How to Make Easter Egg Brownies

This section shows you how to make the recipe with step-by-step photos and instructions. For the full printable recipe, see the recipe card below. 

STEP 1. Prepare the brownie mix according to package directions and bake it in a 9×13” pan.

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STEP 2. Using the cookie cutter, cut out egg shapes, then arrange on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.

STEP 3. Add Cadbury Mini Eggs to a ziplock baggie and use a meat tenderizer or rolling pin to crush them gently.

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STEP 4. Melt the white chocolate, and add to a ziplock baggie. Cut the very corner of the baggie, then drizzle your melted chocolate in a back-and-forth motion over the brownie eggs.

STEP 5. Sprinkle the crushed Mini Eggs on top of each brownie egg while the chocolate is still wet.

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STEP 6. Allow the white chocolate to set before serving or storing the Easter egg brownies.

How to Serve Easter Egg Brownies

These delicious brownies can be served as a dessert or snack for any Easter celebration. They also make great gifts when wrapped in cellophane bags with colorful ribbons.

Make-Ahead and Storage Tips

  • You can bake the brownie layer ahead of time and store it in an airtight container until you are ready to cut out the egg shapes.
  • Store leftover Easter egg brownies in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 3 days or in the fridge for up to a week.
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Tips & Tricks

  • To make cutting out the egg shapes easier, chill the brownie in the fridge or freezer first.
  • If you don’t have a cookie cutter, you can use a knife to cut out egg shapes instead.
  • Don’t have Cadbury Mini Eggs? Substitute with other Easter candies or even chocolate chips.

Why We Love This Recipe

Fun and festive: These Easter egg brownies are a fun and festive way to celebrate the holiday.

Easy to make: This recipe uses basic ingredients and is easy to make, even for beginner bakers.

Perfect for kids: Kids will love helping decorate these brownies with crushed candy.

A delicious twist on classic dessert: Adding Easter eggs to brownies takes this classic dessert to a new level of deliciousness.

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Easter Egg Brownie FAQs

Can I use a different type of candy instead of Cadbury Mini Eggs?
Yes, you can substitute them with any Easter candy or even chocolate chips.

Can I make these brownies without using a cookie cutter?
Yes, you can use a knife to cut out egg shapes if you don’t have a cookie cutter.

Can I make these brownies in advance?
Yes, you can bake the brownie layer ahead of time and decorate with the crushed candy when ready to serve. Store in an airtight container until ready to serve.

Can I add frosting on top of the brownies?
Yes, you can add a layer of frosting on top of the brownies before decorating with the crushed candy for an extra indulgent treat.

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I hope you enjoy your Easter Egg Brownies. If so, please leave a star ★★★★★ rating and a comment below!

easter egg brownies recipe
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Easter Egg Brownies

Cook Time30 minutes
Additional Time:10 minutes
Servings12
Calories: 324 kcal
These adorable brownies couldn't be easier to make! Start with a regular pan of brownies, then cut into egg shapes, and top with melted chocolate and crushed Cadbury Mini Eggs. These delicious brownie treats will be an Easter hit!

Ingredients
 

  • Brownie mix
  • 2 eggs for the brownie mix used
  • ¼ cup water for the brownie mix used
  • ½ cup vegetable oil for the brownie mix used
  • 4 oz white chocolate melted
  • Cadbury Mini Eggs candy crushed

Equipment

  • 2 ½ inch egg cookie cutter

Instructions
 

  • Prepare the brownie mix, and bake according to package directions in a 9×13” pan.
    Brownie mix, 2 eggs, ¼ cup water, ½ cup vegetable oil
  • Allow brownies to cool completely.
  • Use the cookie cutter to cut out egg shapes, then arrange on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.
  • Add Cadbury Mini Eggs to a ziplock baggie and use a meat tenderizer or rolling pin to gently crush them.
    Cadbury Mini Eggs candy
  • Melt the white chocolate, and add to a ziplock baggie.
    4 oz white chocolate
  • Cut the very corner of the baggie, then drizzle melted chocolate in a back-and-forth motion over the brownie eggs.
  • Sprinkle crushed Cadbury Mini Eggs candy over each brownie.

Notes

To make cutting out the egg shapes easier, chill the brownie in the fridge or freezer first.
If you don’t have a cookie cutter, you can use a knife to cut out egg shapes instead.
Don’t have Cadbury Mini Eggs? Substitute with other Easter candies or even chocolate chips.

Nutrition

Calories: 324 kcal | Carbohydrates: 39 g | Protein: 4 g | Fat: 17 g | Saturated Fat: 5 g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 3 g | Monounsaturated Fat: 7 g | Trans Fat: 1 g | Cholesterol: 29 mg | Sodium: 144 mg | Potassium: 37 mg | Fiber: 0.02 g | Sugar: 27 g | Vitamin A: 42 IU | Vitamin C: 0.05 mg | Calcium: 23 mg | Iron: 1 mg

Nutrition information is automatically calculated, is intended to serve as an estimate only, and is provided for informational purposes. The accuracy of nutritional information is not guaranteed.

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