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Cherry Ripe Easter Eggs

Written by Lee on . Posted in anti-inflammatory, Blog, Blog Snacks, Dairy Free, Dessert, Gluten Free, Heal Your Gut, Heal Your Gut Powder, Organic, Seasonal, Sugar Free, Vegetarian, Wheat Free, Yeast Free

Easter is hoppening soon and you know what that means – chocolate, sleeping in, long weekend celebrations, chocolate, the Easter Bunny, chocolate, oh and did I mention chocolate?

If you’re looking for a new delicious Easter egg to bring to your table or basket, why not try out my Cherry Ripe Easter Eggs?

I know what you're probably thinking - Why Cherry Ripe?

I think it’s safe to say, Cherry Ripe's are sometimes one of the most unpopular chocolates of the bunch - they're the one that are usually left at the bottom of the packet. There’s just something about the combination of dark chocolate and cherry glace that’s usually off-putting, especially to children! I must admit, out of all the chocolates out there, the one I would never choose was the Cherry Ripe. I just never jelled with it 😉

However, seeing that I’m a big believer in giving things a fair go, I decided to give them a second chance.

And you know what? I’m happy I did!

These chocolatey, cherry and coconuty raw, refined sugar-free, gluten-free, dairy-free and vegan-friendly Cherry Ripe Easter Eggs are perfect bite-sized snacking, just in time for Easter! If you were never a cherry ripe fan, but like me, love cherries, coconut and chocolate, you’re in for a real treat.

If you’re someone who usually feels a little bit lethargic, tired or bloated after holiday period, these are the Easter eggs for you! While I love celebrating holidays with good food, it’s very easy to overindulge over the holiday season and feel a little queasy afterwards. Be sure to fill up on good-quality, wholesome food, rather than leaving too much room for dessert! If you fill up on mains, you’re less likely to overindulge when dessert’s ready. However, if you’re looking for a dessert perfect for Easter, these Cherry Ripe Easter Eggs are exactly what you need.

By consuming real, home-made Easter Eggs you can avoid the processed one’s on the shelf, usually packed full of additives, vegetable oils and sugar. Home-made goodies such as these Easter eggs always taste better because you can truly taste the love that is rolled into them! 

The combination of cherries and chocolate makes this recipe extremely high in calcium and Vitamin C. Cherries are bursting with antioxidants and can help reduce bodily inflammation. These Cherry Ripe Easter Eggs also have a little Love Your Gut Powder to help soothe your tummy after some necessary Easter feasting!

The best part about them? No cooking is required! Yes, that’s right – it’s raw! If that’s not an Easter miracle, I don’t know what is. Oh, and they contain cherries – I mean, who wouldn’t be happy with their kids hunting for fruit?

So, go on... I know you want to.

Happy Easter everyone!

Cherry Ripe Easter Eggs

Makes: 12–15 Easter eggs

Ingredients

Chocolate Coating

Method

  1. In the food processor, pulse coconut, coconut oil, coconut cream, powder and rice malt syrup if using until combined. Be careful not to over mix. Add in the frozen cherries and pulse until combined.
  1. Using your hands, scoop up about 2 tablespoons worth of mixture, shape into an Easter egg shape and place on a tray. Repeat until you use up all of the mixture. Place in the freezer to set for 2 hours.
  1. After about 1 ½ hours, prepare the chocolate coating by melting ingredients together in a small pot over a low heat. Transfer to a bowl, place in the fridge for 15 minutes to let it thicken slightly.
  1. To cover in chocolate coating, first prepare a rack over a tray to catch any dripping chocolate. Carefully dip the eggs in the chocolate coating mixture and place on the rack.

Note: You want to work quickly here to prevent the eggs from melting. This is why it’s important your chocolate mixture isn’t too hot but is still melted and has a liquid consistency. You may wish to work in batches. Place back into the freezer as soon as possible to set the chocolate.

  1. Store in the fridge in an airtight container.

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Comments (17)

  • Lisa

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    Hi what can I use if have no gut powder and are dates or something else
    Instead of frozen cherries

    Reply

    • Lee

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      Hi Lisa, you can leave the LYG out or add protein powder instead if you have. You could do frozen berries but it won’t have the cherry flavour – I’m sure it would still be delicious though! x

      Reply

  • Tracey

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    With my second son, could not get enough Cherry Ripes. My husband ended up buying them in bulk and hiding them, instead of having to go buy them when I wanted one. He said there no many things worse them having to go to a servo late at night to satisfy his wife’s cravings.
    Will be giving these ones ago as they look so delicious.

    Reply

    • Lee

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      Haha! That’s a great idea. I hope you love them x

      Reply

    • Lee

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      🙂 Lee x

      Reply

  • sharon

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    Oh Lee you have made my Easter! A Cherry Ripe bar is one thing I have really been missing since I’ve changed my eating style.
    Thank you xx

    Reply

    • Lee

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      Hi Sharon, I’m so happy to hear that! It’s absolutely delicious – let me know how you go with it 🙂 xxx

      Reply

  • Cathy Lucas

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    Im excited to make these!!
    Thanks Lee 🙂
    Happy Easter 🙂 :* xo

    Reply

  • Chelsea

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    Hey Lee, they look perfect and delicious for Easter. Definitely wants to try this Cherry Ripe bars. Thanks for sharing the post.
    Happy Easter 🙂

    Reply

    • Lee

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      They’re absolutely delicious! I hope you love them 🙂 Happy Easter x

      Reply

  • Taj Foods

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    I & my team tried to write like you but we couldn’t, very warm thanks to you for your posts. Please if you get the chance then look at our stuff & suggest us.

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    Reply

    • Lee

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      Thank you so much! I really appreciate it x

      Reply

  • Cath

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    I made them! Awesome flavour & so easy to make. Cherry ripe eggs, who’d of thunk!?
    Thanks Lee for another wonderful recipe.
    Youre the bomb! <3

    Reply

    • Lee

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      Thank you so much! I’m so glad you enjoyed them xx

      Reply

  • Sam

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    Hello, amazing recipe!
    These eggs look yummy and healthy too. coconut oil, cocoa butter and cherries are full of health benefits and give us tasty way to live happy and healthy life. I will try this recipe.
    Thanks for sharing

    Reply

    • Lee

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      Hi Sam, they’re delicious! I hope you enjoy them x

      Reply

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