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A scrumptious selection of easy Easter baking recipes, as shared by fellow food bloggers.

Round-up of Easy easter baking recipes for #CookBlogShare Week 10 link-up.

This week, I’m delighted to be hosting #CookBlogShare, featuring a round-up of four easy Easter recipes as shared by fellow food bloggers for #CookBlogShare Week 9.

When I was browsing through the different recipes submitted by other bloggers as part of last week’s link-up, I found myself drooling over all the Easter-inspired dishes I came across. So, with Easter just around the corner, I’m featuring four of my favourite easy Easter recipes from #CookBlogShare Week 9 in my recipe round-up.

4 Easy Easter baking recipes

Creme Egg Chocolate Cake

This Easter-inspired Creme Egg chocolate cake from Kat at The Baking Explorer is filled and piped with a two-tone icing to mimic the filling of a Cadbury’s Creme Egg and topped with a moreish mix of halved Creme Eggs, mini Creme Eggs and sprinkles.

Credit: The Baking Explorer

Simnel Traybake Cake

A fruit cake with two layers of sweet marzipan, Simnel cake has been a pre-Easter tradition since Medieval times. Traditionally, the cake is decorated with eleven balls of marzipan – one for each of the disciples, except for Judas. 

For a quick and easy twist on the traditional Simnel cake this Easter, Janice of Farmer’s Girl Kitchen has rustled up a simnel traybake cake.

Simnel traybake cake for Easter
Credit: Farmer’s Girl Kitchen

Hot Cross Bun Doughnuts

It wouldn’t be Easter without a hot cross bun or two and in this contemporary twist on the classic, Cat from Curly’s Cooking has shared her recipe for hot cross bun doughnuts. The mere thought of these is enough to make me drool and when I look at the Cat’s photos, I want nothing more than to reach out and grab one.

Credit: Curly’s Cooking

German Easter Bread with Marzipan

If you’re looking for something a little different to serve this Easter, Marita from My Dinner’s German Easter wreath bake could be just the thing.

Shaped like a wreath, this sweet yeast bread is traditionally eaten all across Germany at Easter time. Packed with marzipan and almonds, it makes for the perfect opportunity to indulge your sweet tooth if you’ve been avoiding doing so over Lent.

German Easter wreath cake
Credit: My Dinner

How to take part in #CookBlogShare Week 10

If you’d like to take part in this week’s #CookBlogShare link-up, simply add your recipe/s (up to four links) to the link-up widget below.

Over the course of this week, I’ll be tweeting and commenting all of the recipes entered into the link-up, as well as pinning your recipes to the #CookBlogShare Pinterest board.

Please share the link-up on social media if you decide to take part; it’s a great way to spread the word of this lovely community! If you like, you can tag myself (@therarewelshbit) and hosts @sisleywhite and @lavenderandlovage when posting on Twitter (alongside the #CookBlogShare hashtag), although this isn’t a compulsory part of taking part.

Similarly, you can also consider adding the #cookblogshare hashtag to your Instagram grid posts or share your recipes to the #CookBlogShare Facebook group.

#CookBlogShare link-up rules

Here are the rules to follow if you’ll be taking part in this week’s #CookBlogShare:

  • You can link up any foodie posts you have. Both old and new posts are welcome as long as they haven’t been linked to #CookBlogShare before.
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#CookBlogShare Week 10 Link Up - Easy Easter Baking Recipes

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35 Comments on 4 Easy Easter Baking Recipes #CookBlogShare Week 10

  1. Hi Kacie,
    thanks for adding the marzipan bread to your post. All those recipes look delicious and make my mouth water in anticipation for Easter. xxx

    • Hello Marita ๐Ÿ™‚

      You’re most welcome! Glad you like the look of these Easter baking recipes x

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  3. Such a fab roundup. I can’t believe it’s so nearly Easter already! Eb ๐Ÿ™‚

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  5. What perfect timing for an Easter bake round-up I’m certainly in the mood for some delicious Easter bakes. I must try that Easter bread

  6. I love Easter baking. So many delicious goodies to choose from. That German Easter bread has my name written all over it.

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  8. I’m feeling so inspired to start baking more Easter treats now! Thank you so much for hosting CookBlogShare this week x

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  10. Oh wow, what a gorgeous collection of Easter bakes, which to try first? Thanks for hosting CookBlogShare – lovely to browse your gorgeous blog! X

    • Thanks Kate, glad you enjoyed this Easter-inspired round-up and thanks for checking out my blog too ๐Ÿ˜€ Looking forward to checking out your blog! x

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    • Thank you so much for featuring my peri peri chicken burgers in your round-up! So kind of you ๐Ÿ˜€

      Kacie x

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