Chocolate hollow Easter eggs

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Sue Faccone

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@CarrieSueFaccone

I use the amount of 10 just to give you an example of how it is done, but with 4 bags of chocolate melt you could make much more.
Make sure you use wide cups so that it doesn't sit on the bottom of the cup.
These are so much fun to make, nice for kids to help with.

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Ingredients

  • 4 bag(s)
    chocolate candy melts in different colors
  • 1 can(s)
    non-stick cooking spray
  • 10 small
    balloons
  • 4 bag(s)
    ziplock bags
  • 10
    straws or wooden skewers
  • 4
    plastic cups
  • 10
    clothes pins
  • 1 bag(s)
    small candy

How to Make Chocolate hollow Easter eggs

Step-by-Step

  1. Assemble all of your listed items
  2. blow up 10 balloons to the size of a large egg
  3. Melt the chocolate candy melts, you should have 4 bags, each a different color. 1 cup of melted chocolate = 3 eggs
    put them in the microwave for 1 minute and remove and stir, repeat until candy is melted
  4. Once you have one bag melted, take your balloons and spray with non-stick spray. Take your melted candy and put it in a zip lock bag. cut off the tip. Make sure you only cut a small opening.
  5. Start to squeeze the chocolate over the balloon until it is coated with lines of chocolate. Make sure the part of the balloon that you blow into is left out.
  6. Put a straw or skew though the clothes pin and clip the clothes pin to the balloon. Stick in a cup to hang dry.
  7. Once the chocolate is dry cut off the tip and carefully remove the balloon. fill your eggs with small candies.
    Repeat for the other bags.

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About Chocolate hollow Easter eggs

Course/Dish: Other Snacks
Main Ingredient: Sugar
Regional Style: American
Other Tag: For Kids



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