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Stuffed Easter Bunny Chocolate Cookies: Recipe

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Australia, stop hopping around – treat your guests to this easy and tasty Easter dessert recipe this year!

Every year our celebrations come Easter time are just as gastronomic and chocolate-induced as the last. So, of course, as true chocolate lovers ourselves, this Easter 2021 we just had to share Wiltshire’s Stuffed Easter Bunny Chocolate Cookies Recipe.

In collaboration with Aussie TikToker Audreysaurus, Wiltshire are here to help Australian bakers create and taste their way through a range of delicious Easter-themed treats using their iconic Rose Gold Bakeware range.

Equally attractive as it is functional, the Wiltshire Rose Gold Bakeware range is dishwasher-, fridge, freezer- and oven-safe to 200 degrees celsius. The range, including everything from quiche, tart, cake and cookie pans; all feature a high-quality non-stick coating – so no need to panic if you run out of baking paper!

So, to help you get Easter 2021 celebrations underway, treat you and your family to these adorable Stuffed Easter Bunny Chocolate Cookies.


Duration: 75 minutes prep + 15 minutes cooking | Difficulty: Easy | Servings: 6 cookies


INGREDIENTS

100g butter, softened
¼ cup brown sugar
⅓ cup granulated sugar
1 egg
1 cup all-purpose flour
½ tsp baking soda
½ tsp cinnamon
50g white chocolate, chopped
White marshmallows
6 mini Easter bunny chocolates
¼ tsp nutmeg, optional
¼ tsp mixed spice, optional

TOOLS

Wiltshire Rose Gold Cookie Sheet 33.5cm

METHOD

1. Cream together granulated sugar, brown sugar and softened butter in a bowl. Then, in the same bowl, add in the egg and stir until the texture becomes similar to a thick paste.

2. Using the same wet ingredients bowl sift all-purpose flour, baking soda, and cinnamon over and fold gently into wet ingredients. Take care not to over mix or it will result in a cakier texture.

3. Then fold in your white chocolate chunks or chips.

4. Once folded, chill your cookie dough in the fridge for at least 1 hour to let the ingredients mingle together and create a more toffee-like flavour. Meanwhile preheat your oven to 175 degrees celsius.

5. Scoop out portions of dough that are around 60-70g and wrap them around the marshmallows, leaving some exposed at the top. Make sure the bottom of the cookie is thick enough, or else the marshmallow will leak out through the bottom.

6. Bake the in the oven for 12-14 minutes or until lightly browned. Leave ample space in between your cookies to allow for spreading. If your marshmallows aren’t browned to your liking, place them under a broiler for a couple minutes until toasted, or if available, use a blowtorch.

7. Allow your cookies to cool for at least 20 minutes, then place a mini Easter bunny chocolate into the melted marshmallow centre. Enjoy!

Looking for other Easter recipes for your lunch or dinner celebrations? Slice into this Easter Chocolate Cheesecake Recipe. Or, just for the adults, shake up your day with one of these 10 Best Easter-Inspired Dessert Cocktails Recipes ready to be indulged in.

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