3 Chocolate Easter Egg Candy Recipes

Article posted in: Diet & Nutrition
chocolate Easter eggs and Easter bunny in a basket

Forget store-bought Easter candy! We’ve got three delicious chocolate Easter egg candy recipes that are healthy and easy to make. Each one has a unique, delicious filling. Pick your favorite or make all three! Even the kiddos will love these tasty treats.

1. Chocolate Peanut Butter Easter Eggs >

Chocolate Peanut Butter Easter Eggs

Calories per Serving: 162

On Nutrisystem, Count As: ½ PowerFuel and 3 Extras

A classic candy combination with a healthy holiday twist, these Easter eggs will be a hit with the whole family. Peanut butter, maple syrup and whole wheat flour are the at the center of this chocolate Easter egg. A blend of melted chocolate chips and coconut oil creates the perfect chocolate shell. Feel free to swap the flour with a gluten-free alternative like almond flour or coconut flour.

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2. 5-Ingredient Vanilla Cream Easter Eggs >

5-Ingredient Vanilla Cream Easter Eggs

Calories per Serving: 105

On Nutrisystem, Count As: 3 Extras

The creamy vanilla filling in this chocolate Easter egg recipe consists of soaked cashews blended with vanilla extract and vanilla whey protein powder. Feel free to use vanilla Nutrisystem shake mix! Melted chocolate chips coat the delicious center. You can even create a beautiful presentation with egg-shaped plastic or silicone molds (check your local dollar store!).

3. Chocolate Covered Cookie Dough Easter Eggs >

Chocolate Covered Cookie Dough Easter Eggs

Calories per Serving: 153

On Nutrisystem, Count As: ½ PowerFuel and 3 Extras

This last chocolate Easter egg candy recipe features a delicious combination of homemade oat flour, cashew butter, vanilla extract and maple syrup to create a healthy cookie dough-inspired filling. Egg-shaped balls of the dough are dunked into a blend of rich, melted chocolate chips and coconut oil. Feel free to drizzle the candies with more of the chocolate mixture for a pretty presentation.

Use these delicious chocolate Easter egg recipes to fill up your family Easter baskets! Get more tips for creating a healthy Easter basket at the link below:

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