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Turquoise chocolate egg

I have never made a big chocolate egg... until now! But when a certain little person said they would love a blue egg for Easter, their wish was my command!

I filled mine with coloured candy and a little white chocolate rabbit then wrapped it tightly in cling film and tied a pretty ribbon round it.

Be sure to use chocolate food colouring as other liquid food colouring and gels will cause the chocolate to seize and will not work.

Gluten Free

1 Large egg


Turquoise chocolate egg

  1. Temper (melt) white chocolate

  2. Stir in blue chocolate food colouring a little at a time until you have desired colour. Stir well so colour is even

  3. Fill mould full of melted chocolate, let it sit for a few minutes

  4. Then pour the liquid chocolate out. Some of the chocolate will have solidified on the inside of the mould

  5. Leave to set. Refrigerating speeds up this process and can make it easier to turn out

  6. Carefully release the eggs from the plastic moulds


Turquoise chocolate egg


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