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Cheesecake Easter Eggs Recipe

Easter may have come and gone but for many there will still be Easter eggs floating around.

Perhaps you are sick of the sight of chocolate, other may have just suffered a sugar overload this year. Whatever the case, you can get rid of those leftover Easter eggs now by using them in this amazingly delicious Cheesecake Easter Eggs!

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Cheesecake Easter Eggs Recipe

Makes: 12


  • 12 hollow Easter eggs
  • 1 cup Lemon Curd

White Chocolate Cheesecake Filling

  • 50g white chocolate
  • 20ml milk
  • 170g cream cheese, softened
  • 130g condensed milk
  • 100ml thickened cream


White chocolate cheesecake

  1. Simmer water in a saucepan, add chocolate to heatproof bowl and set over the saucepan. (It is crucial the water doesn’t touch the bowl).
  2. Mix chocolate well until melted. Once melted, set aside to cool to room temperature.
  3. While chocolate is cooling; add milk, cream cheese and condensed milk in a food processor and blitz until smooth. Add white chocolate and pulse to combine.
  4. Whisk cream until stiff peaks form (do not to over beat because you will end up with butter). Fold the cream gently into the chocolate cheesecake mixture.
  5. Insert a plain nozzle to your piping bag and fill with the cheesecake mix. Set aside.
  6. Unwrap your Easter eggs and sit them in egg cups or shot glasses. Using a small pairing knife, dip the blade in hot water for a few seconds, wipe dry then gently remove the top off the Easter eggs. Repeat until all tops have been removed.
  7. Fill your hollow Easter eggs by piping in the white chocolate cheesecake filling right up to the edge.
  8. In another piping bag fitted with small plain nozzle, fill with lemon curd and pipe over the cheesecake mix to form the egg yolk.
  9. Refrigerate filled Easter eggs for 1 hour (minimum) to allow the cheesecake to set.
  10. Serve and enjoy!

*Anathoth lemon curd is perfect for this recipe (or on toast!).
This recipe appeared first on Anathoth.com.au.

If you are confused by any of the method, watch the video here.

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  1. 18/04/2016 / 7:12 am

    I LOVE lemon curd! I eat it straight from the jar! I buy little tartlet cases and make instant lemon tarts. One of my fav foods!

  2. 18/04/2016 / 8:37 am

    Good idea here, thanks so much! I appreciate your Mummy Monday link up too. Cheers, Denyse

  3. 18/04/2016 / 9:28 am

    I’m more of an eater than a baker. Whenever I try to make these things, they always fail’ I have accepted my lack of cooking skills.

  4. 18/04/2016 / 9:30 am

    I love lemon curd and hardly make it anymore!!! yum

  5. 18/04/2016 / 11:24 pm

    Looks fab. Now in answer to your question… I’m in a family of five chocoholics where Easter eggs are the holey grail, I’m not entirely sure what these left over Easter eggs are that you talk of.

    If there was a small miracle and there were leftovers, I would make eggspresso martinis. Of course filming the evidence, sharing it on FB and having possibly my next viral post.

  6. 18/04/2016 / 11:33 pm

    We smash up leftover Easter Eggs, melt them down then pour the chocolate into……. Easter Egg moulds! The irony is not lost on me!

  7. Paula h
    19/04/2016 / 7:06 am

    Leftover Easter Eggs??? Huh??? That’s just like leftover wine…..there isn’t any!!! Hahahahaha

  8. karina lee
    19/04/2016 / 1:02 pm

    We turn it into chocolate fondue and it goes away within minutes. And it can be healthy too if you use bananas and strawberries!

  9. Sarah Armstrong
    19/04/2016 / 1:14 pm

    Left over Easter Eggs you say ? Do the one I stuff in my mouth whilst hiding in the pantry from the kids qualify as left over?

  10. Jennifer B.
    19/04/2016 / 2:01 pm

    Leftover Easter eggs? What are they?
    Ours were all gone by the end of the day.
    ‘Twas a nausea-inducing chocolate melee…
    Over now for a year, to the chldrens’ dismay!

  11. DIANA O
    19/04/2016 / 4:40 pm

    Left over Easter Eggs in our house!!! No such thing!!! And I can’t say the kids scoff them, it’s me. I do them a favour by eating them while the kids are at school, or in bed asleep 🙂

  12. Ern
    19/04/2016 / 4:43 pm

    My wife melts them and mixes them all up with an array of roasted nuts, mini-marshmallows and imitation glace cherries (because the kids and I hate the real ones), and makes this rockey-roady sort of creation thingie that we all call her Easter specialty. I’m sure there are lots of other things in there too, but it tastes brilliant.

  13. Julian
    19/04/2016 / 5:12 pm

    I use them to make choc-chip cookies. The kids love breaking the bunnies up with their ‘dinosaur finding’ hammers and then we bake them into a relatively healthy biscuit (with wholemeal plain flour, hazelnuts and linseeds, sunflower seeds and almond flakes).

  14. Anastasia
    19/04/2016 / 6:23 pm

    Great idea with Greek easter just around the corner.

  15. blake haugen
    20/04/2016 / 9:30 pm

    There is always chocolates left in our home. The kids get so much!!
    I make a chocolate peppermint slice
    just like an after-dinner mint.
    Only fatter. 😀

  16. sarah mary
    21/04/2016 / 12:17 pm

    With a house full of chocoholics there’s not usually many easter eggs leftover! However I like to get in beforehand and make a mini egg slice, similar to liquorice all sorts slice! Super easy to make and it looks and tastes fantastic

  17. Lisa
    26/04/2016 / 1:36 pm

    What are leftover Easter Eggs? Just kidding. I usually break them up and bake them into cakes and slices. For something a little bit decadent I make choc chip pancakes

  18. Helga Grenkowitz
    27/04/2016 / 9:27 pm

    With a chocoholic in the family there is never any leftover if chocolate is involved. 😉

  19. allison riley
    01/05/2016 / 8:13 pm

    They will usually get incorporated into my cup cake, either whole or melted down.

  20. Eva Kiraly
    05/05/2016 / 1:00 pm

    There no such thing as left over easter eggs in this house, if they don’t get eaten, they end up in my mouth!

  21. Renee Ballantyne
    05/05/2016 / 7:12 pm

    We melted them down and poured it over ice cream

  22. Ange
    05/05/2016 / 7:44 pm

    We melt the chocolate, portion it and use it in making hot chocolate in the winter months. Easter egg chocolate makes the hot chocolate more delicious

  23. Karla Oleinikoff
    05/05/2016 / 9:06 pm

    With 6 chocoholics in the house, (including 2 who get PMS), we simply do not have left over eggs! Although last year I did find a stash in August, those leftover eggs found a home in my belly!

  24. Shanna
    06/05/2016 / 11:47 pm

    We melt them down and then spread onto baking paper. Before it sets we add m&ms, mini marshmallows and coconut. It is then put into the fridge to set. We then break it into shards of delicious chocolate lolly bag goodies!

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