Easter Eggs filled with Cheesecake

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These handmade chocolate Easter eggs filled with cheesecake and passion fruit sauce make a superb Easter dessert: light, creamy and not overly sweet. They look so much like real eggs, that it puts a smile on my face. Sophisticated, but actually, not difficult at all to make!

easter eggs w cheesecake filling


These Easter eggs look unbelievably tasty! Make me want to make them right away. Let’s call that a practice run for Easter brunch.

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Ingredients for Filled Easter Eggs

Here’s what you will need to make them. Order what you’ll need today if you want to have them for the weekend.

  • Hollow Easter Eggs (buy the hollow eggs, or chocolate egg molds)
  • Fluffy cheesecake mousse filling, made from cream cheese (only 5 oz/150 g), some icing sugar, lemon juice, vanilla extract and some whip cream
  • Yellow sauce, made from 1 passion fruit, a tablespoon of apricot jam, a tablespoon of butter
  • Makes 6-8 medium-sized (approx. 6 x 4 cm/ 2.5x 1.5”) chocolate Easter eggs.

You can prepare these Easter eggs a few days in advance, but you must keep your eggs upright in the fridge. To prevent them from drying out, store them air-tight.

Easter Egg photo credit + Recipe: Raspberricupcakes.com

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  1. Wow…I could eat through the screen…these are so pretty!

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