A way to use up all the chocolate from Easter including melting down the Easter eggs for the base and stirring in the mini eggs that come with it A great store cupboard recipe and one kids will love making. And eating!
And as long as you have about 350g of mini eggs or similar, any will do, you don't need the specifics I've stated here.
Start by lining a traybake tin (about 8x12 inches) with greaseproof paper. Employ a little kitchen helper to unwrap all of the chocolates for you! (Under close supervision of course, in case half the chocolates mysteriously disappear... ;) ).
In a large saucepan over low heat, melt together the condensed milk, butter, dark chocolate and vanilla. Take off the heat when melted. Meanwhile, blitz the Digestives to a fine powder in a food processor or put them in a large strong plastic food bag and beat them to death with a rolling pin.
Stir the biscuits into the molten chocolate and once very well mixed, stir all the mini Easter eggs (or chocolates of your liking) in and scrape the lot into your prepared tin. Press and flatten with a spatula.
Clean out the saucepan then melt the milk chocolate and butter in it. Pour in as even a layer as you can over the top of the slice and push in extra chunks of Bueno bars, Malteser Bunnies or leave plain.
Chill in the fridge for 1 hour only before slicing into small chunks with your sharpest knife and store in an airtight tin at room temperature. Lasts a couple of weeks - if you have the willpower!
*= these measurements look odd but I've noted down the weights from their packages so you know what size to buy. Of course, you can mix and match the eggs to your own preferences!
I've made this with Easter themed mini chocolate eggs - you can, of course, use anything you like! Ordinary Maltesers, KitKats, Snickers bars chopped up etc etc etc - let your imagination run riot!