Review: Lizi’s Belgian Chocolate ‘Squeggs’ Recipe

We can only assume that you, our reader, are over certain age in which you probably don’t receive any Easter eggs like you used to when you were younger, fear no longer (unless you buy yourself some) but what’s more better now than making your own!?

No more disappointment, you can add whatever you like and make as many as you like!

This year, we have done exactly that, we have created our own half Easter eggs with Lizi’s Belgian Chocolate Granola* and almond flakes, of course you don’t have to do this, you could add smarties instead of almonds, but anyway, check out how we made these babies below!


Makes: 6 half eggsPrep: 5 minutes | Cooling Time: 1 hr





– 100g good quality plain/milk chocolate

– Handful of Lizi’s
Belgian Chocolate Granola




– Handful of nuts, raisins
or any other dried fruit

Alternatively, try sprinkles
or honeycomb chunks (for the sweeter tooth!)





1. Break the chocolate
(plain or milk work better) into chunks and melt in the microwave in short
bursts on a medium heat. Stir between each blast. Or, if you’re like us, boil some water in a pan or serving bowl and place smaller bowl above the water to melt the chocolate.



2. When molten, crumble
half the Lizi’s Belgian Chocolate Granola* into the melted chocolate and pour or
spoon the chocolate carefully in to your mould.



3. Whilst the chocolate
is still molten, sprinkle over the remaining Lizi’s Belgian Chocolate Granola
and add your chosen topping.


4. Carefully put the
mould in the fridge and allow to set for at least 1 hour.



5. The shapes should pop
out easily once hardened, although they may need a little encouragement by
sliding a knife around the side.


Disclaimer: we were given Lizi’s granola in order to create this recipe, but as always all photos and opinions are ours


*Lizi’s Granola – Belgian
Chocolate 400g bag is available at lizis.co.uk
from £3.65.

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  1. Llinos Thomas
    April 16, 2017 / 6:29 pm

    Oh my gosh this looks heavenly! I'm going to make Easter egg hot chocolate.

    • Food and Baker
      April 27, 2017 / 6:19 pm

      Mmmm Easter hot chocolate! What does that consist of?Thank you for reading and commenting☺💓

  2. Joelle
    April 18, 2017 / 2:58 pm

    It's acceptable to make this after Easter right? Where did you guys get your egg mould?Joelle Xwww.justjoelle.co.uk

    • Food and Baker
      April 27, 2017 / 6:19 pm

      Hell yeah! We go our mould from Lakeland!!Thank you for reading and commenting☺💓

  3. Lifethrough Tsg
    April 19, 2017 / 10:46 am

    Oh my gosh these look amazing!! And so easy to make too, these will definitely be being made soon!Hayley Xwww.LifeThroughTSG.com

    • Food and Baker
      April 27, 2017 / 6:19 pm

      Super easy, can't go wrong with these!Thank you for reading and commenting☺💓

  4. Charlotte Clark
    April 19, 2017 / 8:26 pm

    These are so cute, and they look so good!! I'm so happy that even though I'm 22, I still get Easter eggs from my twin sister, my mum and step-dad AND my best friend. 😀 I have so much chocolate, it's going to take me ages to finish it all!

    • Food and Baker
      April 27, 2017 / 6:20 pm

      Oh you're so lucky!Thank you for reading and commenting☺💓

  5. Bronagh Ready
    April 24, 2017 / 7:46 pm

    These sound so yummy!I'd likely change out the nuts, but I really want to try these now!Bronaghwww.BronaghLoves.com

    • Food and Baker
      April 27, 2017 / 6:20 pm

      You could change it to whatever you like!Thank you for reading and commenting☺💓

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