Easter Weekend of Baking

If you are planning on baking your way through the long Easter Weekend ahead, here’s a few Anathoth Farm treats to create at home.


Hot Cross Bun Berry Pudding: Fresh or stale Hot Cross Buns are transformed into a new delicious treat – a new take on a classic, think, bready, creamy, spiced goodness!
Hot Cross Bun Berry Pudding
Apricot Hot Cross Buns: As synonymous with Easter as the Easter Bunny himself, Hot Cross Buns are a classic. Anathoth Farm Apricot Jam adds a new flavour to this traditional Kiwi favourite.
apricot hot cross buns
Cheesecake Easter Eggs: Using store-bought hollow chocolate eggs, these delicious treats are filled with a smooth creamy filling and a dollop of Anathoth Farm Lemon Curd to resemble the egg yolk!
cheesecake easter eggs
White Chocolate Eggs: Make your own delicious white chocolate Easter Eggs, filled with your favourite Anathoth jam or lemon curd. You will need a mould for this.
lemon raspberry easter eggs
Lemon Curd Meringue Nests:  Family friendly baking to enjoy this Easter and beyond! Homemade meringue nests filled with Anathoth Farm Lemon Curd and Easter treats!
Lemon Curd Meringue Nests
Belgium Biscuits: A baking treat adopted by many for Easter, Belgium Biscuits are warmly spiced and  jam packed (sandwiched between two biscuits). We’ve also made a jam icing too, so no need for artificial food colouring!
Belgium Biscuits
Lemon Curd Pound Cake: The bright citrusy notes in these cakes, along with the light acidity from the mascarpone, turns a classic dense pound cake into something lighter and more refreshing.
Lemon Marscarpone Pound Cakes
For more baking inspiration check out our ‘Baking’ filter on our RECIPES page.

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