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  • Italian meringue buttercream cupcakes

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  • Easter nests

    Our classic Easter nests recipe is a must. Bring back memories mixing Shredded Wheat or Cornflakes with melted chocolate with this easy no-bake recipe. Easter nests are a classic treat for spring and the best thing about them is just how easy they are to make. Perfect for making with kids, all you need to do is melt a little chocolate and stir through a few ingredients and leave to set - simple! To make it even easier, we've created a step-by-step video guide for making perfect Easter nests - now all you have to do is decide what you'll put in the middle of the nests! This recipe makes 12 nests and will take around 15 mins to make plus chilling time. The kids are going to love making these tasty treats for Easter this year.

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  • cheap alcohol

    Cheap alcohol: How to get the BEST budget supermarket booze

    Sometimes a pricey tag doesn't mean better quality, and we're all for a bargain - especially when it comes to booze!

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  • Mary Berry's Absolute Favourites
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  • Rachel Stevens

    Celebrity MasterChef 2017: Rachel Stevens confirmed as first contestant

    The S Club 7 star is the first celeb to join the BBC cooking show...

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  • Mini Egg chocolate mug cake

    Chocolate mug cakes couldn't be easier to make, and are perfect if you fancy a little treat 'from me to me', as they're just the right quantity for one person. Using your microwave you can whip one of these up in just five minutes from things you most likely already have in your cupboard. All you'll need is some baking essentials like sugar and flour, an egg and some cocoa powder as well as a few extras to decorate if you fancy taking things to the next level. For a fun Easter twist we've plumped for Mini Eggs to stir through the mixture, but you could use anything you have to hand. Crushed up Flakes would be delicious, as would Smarties. You can enjoy these mini chocolate mug cakes just as they are, or you can treat yourself to an even more indulgent dessert by topping them with whipped cream or ice cream once they're ready. They'll be nice and warm so expect things to melt and mix together. If you're feeling generous you could make these for friends or family by making everyone an individual mug cake. We think these chocolate mug cakes are a fun project to do with kids, so they can add their own favourite treats to the mixture and pick their own mug.

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  • Red velvet cupcakes

    Red velvet cupcakes are a classic treat. This easy red velvet cupcakes recipe is simple but so pretty and so simple to make. These popular red velvet cupcakes from the Hummingbird Bakery have deep red sponge and a tangy cream cheese frosting, which go so well together. Use the exact quantities and mix the ingredients well so the sponge has an even colour and texture. This recipe makes 12 cupcakes in one batch, but it's easy to scale up if you need to make more. For the cream cheese frosting, you'll only need three ingredients, so you know the topping is also quite simple to whip up. The best part about this red velvet recipe is that these cupcakes are ready in just 25 mins, so you won't have to wait long to enjoy them - perfect if you have eager children who can't wait to have a bite! These distinctive cupcakes are perfect for special occasions, like birthdays, anniversaries or any other celebrations. How about rustling up a batch as a foodie gift? Or what about dessert at a kids' party, or arrange them into cupcake tower instead of a birthday cake? Of course you can also whip up these delicious red velvet cupcakes on a lazy Sunday afternoon and enjoy them with a cuppa. This classic recipe by Hummingbird Bakery is one of our favourites and makes delicious red velvet cupcakes every time.

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  • Creme Egg and French toast soldiers

    They say an army marches on its stomach, and if we wanted them to have maximum energy then we know what we'd be feeding them: This delicious twist on egg and soldiers. Ok, so you wouldn't serve this up to the kids every day but for a fun holiday treat there's no beating it. They'll not believe their luck and you're sure to get plenty of mum brownie points! The soldiers are actually cinnamon French toast and because they're deliciously crunchy you can get a good dunk out of them into the Creme Egg fondant centres. For younger kids we think it's best to remove the tops before serving, as cutting into the chocolate can be slippy but if you've got older kids who like to get involved then arm them with a butter knife, a quick how-to and let them crack on! We'd also like to clarify that this Creme Egg and soldiers recipe is definitely not just for kids, make this as a fun breakfast in bed for your other half and you're sure to be in the good books.

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  • Fearne Cotton cookbook recipes

    Fearne Cotton's cookbook recipes: Family meal ideas and more

    Fearne Cotton cookbook recipes

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  • Cheap easter eggs

    The best cheap Easter eggs to buy for 5 and under

    The best deals for Easter 2017...

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