Easter Eggs-travaganza: Homemade Easter Egg Ice Cream Ideas

Make Easter Egg-stra special with homemade ice cream creations. Learn how to make Homemade Ice Cream that will make lasting memories for you and your family this Easter.

Easter brings the thrill of receiving colourful eggs filled with surprises. Whether it’s chocolate, sweets, or a toy inside, the moment of unwrapping holds excitement and anticipation.

Join us as we celebrate this tradition with homemade ice cream creations inspired by Easter Eggs, perfect for sharing with loved ones during this festive season.Easter Eggs-travaganza Homemade Easter Egg Ice Cream Ideas image 1 basket full of chocolate easter eggs with mini eggs scattered frosted fusions

In this article, we’ll guide you through the fun and egg-citing process of making homemade ice cream for your Easter celebrations. This isn’t just about churning out frozen treats; it’s also about embracing the fun of the spring season by incorporating classic Easter Eggs with your Homemade Ice Cream Recipes.

We’ll show you how to incorporate homemade ice cream into traditional Easter flavours to create something truly eggs-traordinary. If you want to offer something unique and heartfelt to your family and friends, homemade ice cream, infused with the flavours of Easter treats, is a winning choice.

Easter Egg’s Filled with Ice Cream Goodness.

I’m not sure if it’s just me, but I am sure that when I was a kid, I remember Easter Eggs were – 1. ) Bigger. 2.) The chocolate was thicker. 3.) They always had a treat of some sort inside, how things have changed. (I find as I am getting older, I’m starting to sound more like my mum, lol).

Easter Eggs-travaganza Homemade Easter Egg Ice Cream Ideas image 7 easter egg halved with lots of smaller wrapped eggs sitting in each half frosted fusionsIn more recent years, whilst buying Easter Eggs for my kids and friends kids, it’s become increasingly common to no longer find anything inside.

That was always the best bit, well for me it was. Oh and of course, scoffing all the chocolate in one sitting as you knew it was the only time of the year you’d get away with consuming that amount of chocolate at once.

So in the spirit of reliving that egg-citement, we feel it’s only right to fill our Easter eggs with lots of goodies, and deliciousness.

From speckled delights to colourful swirls, each creation is a tribute to the spirit of Easter and the joy of discovery that comes with every egg opened.

Read on to learn about our Easter-Egg-inspired homemade ice cream treats and learn how you can make these for your family and friends too.

Getting Started – The Easter Egg-Shell

Generally, we don’t want eggshells in our food, but on this occasion, we want it all to be about the eggshell! Recreating the Easter Egg shell, or vessel is pivotal to carrying your homemade ice cream creations.

When thinking about crafting Homemade Easter egg-inspired Ice Cream, it’s always a good idea to choose flavours that resonate with you and your loved ones’ taste buds.

And remember, the satisfaction of creating something from scratch, with a personal touch, far outweighs the convenience of store-bought options.

So, if you’re ready to bring the Easter spirit into your kitchen with these creative homemade ice cream ideas, let’s get straight to it.

Here’s our recipe and method for creating your own Easter Egg shells to be filled with ice cream and toppings:

Homemade Easter Egg Shells

Ingredients:Easter Eggs-travaganza Homemade Easter Egg Ice Cream Ideas image 5 woman and child making easter eggs with chocolate and moulds frosted fusions

  • 200g good quality chocolate (milk, dark, or white)
  • Easter egg moulds
  • Optional: sprinkles, crushed nuts, or edible glitter for decoration


  • Begin by melting the chocolate in a heatproof bowl set over a pan of simmering water, ensuring the bowl doesn’t touch the water. Alternatively, melt the chocolate in short bursts in the microwave, stirring between each interval until smooth (Note – chocolate can burn very quickly, hence the short bursts in the microwave).
  • Once the chocolate is fully melted and smooth, carefully pour it into the Easter egg moulds, ensuring that each mould is evenly coated with chocolate.
  • Use a spoon or a small pastry brush to spread the chocolate up the sides of the moulds, creating a thick and even layer.
  • Place the moulds in the refrigerator and allow the chocolate to set for at least 30 minutes, or until completely firm.
  • Once the chocolate has set, carefully remove the Easter egg shells from the moulds by gently tapping them on a flat surface.
  • If desired, decorate the chocolate shells with sprinkles, crushed nuts, or edible glitter before filling them with ice cream.
  • To assemble, simply fill each chocolate shell with scoops of your favourite homemade ice cream.

Note: For best results, ensure your chocolate moulds are clean and completely dry before pouring in the melted chocolate.

Suggested Variation: Using Easter Bunny MouldsEaster Eggs-travaganza Homemade Easter Egg Ice Cream Ideas image 8 melted chocolate being poured into easter bunny mould frosted fusions

For an extra touch of Easter fun, consider using Easter bunny moulds to create chocolate shells for your ice cream treats. Simply follow the same method as above, but use bunny-shaped moulds instead of traditional egg moulds. Once set, fill the bunny-shaped shells with scoops of ice cream and decorate as desired for delicious Easter-themed desserts that are sure to impress!

Whether you choose to serve your ice cream in chocolate Easter Egg shells or adorable Easter bunny shells, these creative presentation ideas are sure to impress your guests and make your Easter celebration extra special.

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Easter Chocolate Nests

In addition to Easter Egg or Easter Bunny vessels for your ice cream, you could easily try out Easter Nests. These are so quick and easy to make.

Here’s a simple recipe and method for creating Easter Chocolate Nests:

Ingredients:Easter Eggs-travaganza Homemade Easter Egg Ice Cream Ideas image 4 chocolate easter nests filled with mini eggs frosted fusions

  • 200g milk chocolate
  • 100g shredded wheat cereal or cornflakes
  • Mini chocolate eggs or other Easter candy for decoration


  • Begin by melting the milk chocolate in a heatproof bowl set over a pan of simmering water, stirring occasionally until smooth. Alternatively, you can melt the chocolate in short bursts in the microwave, stirring between each interval.
  • While the chocolate is melting, crush the shredded wheat cereal or cornflakes into small pieces in a separate bowl. You can do this by gently crushing them with your hands or using a rolling pin.
  • Once the chocolate is fully melted, pour it over the crushed cereal and mix until well combined, ensuring that all the cereal is coated in chocolate.
  • Line a muffin tin with paper or silicone cupcake cases. Spoon the chocolate-coated cereal mixture into each cupcake case, pressing it down firmly and shaping it into a nest-like shape with an indentation in the centre.
  • Place the muffin tin in the refrigerator for about 30 minutes, or until the chocolate has set and the nests are firm.
  • Once the chocolate nests have set, carefully remove them from the cupcake cases and place them on a serving plate.

These Easter Chocolate Nests are not only adorable and festive but also make for a fun and tasty way to serve ice cream during the Easter holiday.

Now that you’ve mastered the vessels, we can move on to putting the cherry on top, or should we say, the ice cream in the eggs.

Presenting your homemade Easter ice creams can be just as fun as making them.

Homemade Easter Egg-Inspired Ice Cream Ideas:

We’ve listed below a selection of ideas and suggestions for bringing Easter Eggs, Easter Bunnies and Nests together with Homemade Ice Cream to add that eggs-tra special finish to your creations:

  • Mini Chocolate Easter Egg Ice Cream:
    • Create a smooth chocolate ice cream base and fold in mini chocolate Easter eggs for bursts of chocolatey goodness. Use a combination of milk and dark chocolate eggs for a rich flavour profile.
    • Top the ice cream with crushed Easter egg shells for added texture and visual appeal.
  • Speckled Easter Egg Ice Cream:
    • Make a vanilla or pastel-coloured ice cream base and swirl in crushed speckled chocolate Easter eggs. These eggs typically have a candy shell with colourful speckles, adding a fun and festive touch to the ice cream.
  • Easter Egg Cookie Dough Ice Cream:
    • Prepare a cookie dough-flavoured ice cream base and mix in chunks of Easter egg-shaped cookie dough. Use pastel-coloured dough and add mini chocolate chips or candy-coated chocolates to mimic the look of Easter eggs.
    • The combination of creamy ice cream and chewy cookie dough is sure to be a hit with both kids and adults.
  • Easter Egg Swirl Ice Cream:
    • Create a creamy vanilla ice cream base and swirl in ribbons of colourful Easter egg-shaped marshmallows. These marshmallows are typically available in pastel colours and can add a playful and festive touch to the ice cream.
    • Serve scoops of this Easter egg swirl ice cream with a drizzle of chocolate sauce for an extra indulgent treat.
  • Bunny Hop Vanilla Ice Cream:Easter Eggs-travaganza Homemade Easter Egg Ice Cream Ideas image 2 chocolate easter bunnies with a selection of sweeties in bowls and scattered frosted fusions
    • Start with a creamy vanilla ice cream base.
    • Add chunks of bunny-shaped white chocolate or marshmallows to the ice cream.
    • Swirl in ribbons of caramel or butterscotch sauce to represent bunny trails.
    • Top with pastel-coloured sprinkles or crushed Easter candies for a festive touch.
  • Easter Egg Nest Ice Cream Cake:
    • Make a layered ice cream cake with alternating layers of chocolate and vanilla ice cream. Mix in crushed chocolate Easter eggs between the layers for added crunch and flavour.
    • Top the cake with whipped cream and decorate with mini chocolate Easter eggs and edible grass for a whimsical Easter egg nest theme.
  • Chocolate Nest Crunch Ice Cream:
    • Begin with a rich chocolate ice cream base.
    • Mix in crunchy pieces of chocolate-covered cereal or pretzel sticks to mimic nests.
    • Swirl in ribbons of caramel or peanut butter sauce for added flavour.
    • Top with mini chocolate eggs or jelly beans to complete the nest effect.
  • Carrot Cake Bunny Tracks Ice Cream:
    • Use a carrot cake-flavoured ice cream as the base.
    • Fold in chunks of carrot cake or crushed carrot cake cookies for texture.
    • Swirl in ribbons of cream cheese frosting or caramel sauce for a decadent touch.
    • Garnish with edible Easter bunny decorations or carrot-shaped candies for a fun and Easter-themed presentation.
  • Easter Egg Hunt Sundae:
    • Create a sundae inspired by an Easter egg hunt.
    • Start with a scoop of pastel-coloured ice cream in flavours like strawberry, mint, or blueberry.
    • Top with crushed chocolate cookies or brownie pieces to represent dirt.
    • Hide mini chocolate eggs or candy-coated chocolates throughout the sundae for an interactive experience.
    • Finish with a dollop of whipped cream and a cherry on top for a festive touch.

Easter Eggs-travaganza Homemade Easter Egg Ice Cream Ideas image 6 basket full of hand painted easter eggs frosted fusionsThese Easter-themed ice cream creations are sure to delight your taste buds and add a touch of fun to your holiday celebrations. Feel free to customise them with your favourite flavours and toppings for a personalised twist!

These Easter Egg ice cream recipes are perfect for celebrating the holiday in style. They’re colourful, fun, and delicious, making them a hit with both kids and adults.

We hope that you have enjoyed our article highlighting Homemade Easter Egg Ice Cream ideas that you can easily make with our easy-to-follow guides.

If you have any questions, please drop us a comment below and we’ll happily get back to you.

Of course, we would love to hear from you on how you get on this Easter with your own Homemade Ice Cream Easter Creations!


  1. Hey there! Just stumbled upon your Easter Eggs-travaganza homemade Easter egg ice cream ideas, and I’m absolutely egg-static about it! 🐣🍦 What a delightful way to celebrate the season with some frozen treats. Your creativity knows no bounds, and I love how you’ve taken something as simple as Easter eggs and turned them into a culinary masterpiece.

    Your step-by-step guide is so easy to follow, even for a kitchen klutz like me. And those flavor combinations you’ve suggested—mind-blowing! I never would’ve thought to pair caramel with chocolate or mint with cookies, but now I’m itching to try them all.

    One thing I’m curious about is how you came up with these egg-cellent ideas. Did you draw inspiration from traditional Easter flavors, or was it a stroke of genius that struck while you were rummaging through the pantry? Also, do you have any tips for those of us who might not have fancy egg molds lying around? Keep the Easter magic coming—I’ll be eagerly waiting to see what other delicious surprises you have in store! 🐰🌷


    • Hey Bob,

      Thanks again for dropping by, you appear to stumble a lot. ;o)

      So glad you enjoyed our Easter Egg-stravaganza article, we had a lot of fun bringing this together, lots of testing and trying out. Easter is (well for me) an egg-citing time, fun with the kids, easter egg hunts, lots of easter eggs to scoff, ahem I mean eat and so it’s just easy for the inspiration to flow.

      If you like those flavour combinations, you should try out some of our other more curious combinations – Bacon and Maple Syrup? Or how about Lavender and Honey Ice Cream? Curiously both flavours work really well. We are always tinkering, testing and of course, tasting different flavours.

      For those without ‘fancy egg moulds’ Balloons! Seriously, blow up a balloon to approximately the size you require, and dip it in your melted chocolate, slowly covering the balloon to the halfway mark. Try and get an even covering and then place the balloons on parchment paper to set. The shape of the balloons is ideal to create an egg-like shape. Once the chocolate is set, deflate your balloons and pull them away from your chocolate egg shells, ready to fill with ice cream deliciousness!

      Hope this helps and once again, thanks for dropping by and sharing your feedback.

      Wishing you all the best

      Cherie :o)

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