Easter is coming! And with it plenty of chocolate.
I find with most bought Easter eggs, the chocolate is poor quality and 2 of my kids won’t eat them! And they are pretty expensive for what they are. So we set about making our own.
These are uber easy, it literally takes a few minutes to make one Easter egg (plus set time).
You’ll need reuseable easter egg molds. You can get plastic and silicone ones. The silicone ones are a lot easier to use, because you can just flip the eggs out. Making them solid, rather than hollow eggs, means they are less likely to break, when you try and get them out of the mold.
Melt 250 grams of white chocolate. Add 1 to 2 tsps of freeze dried fruit powder of your choice (pictured is raspberry, blueberry and mango). The amount of fruit you put in will effect the colour and taste, so make it how you like it!
Pour in the molds and allow to set in the fridge for 2 to 8 hours depending on which mold you use and the size of the egg.
These can be kept in the fridge or freezer until the Easter Bunny comes.
Check out other posts for caramel filled easter eggs and honey based marshmallow!