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Neon glittered chocolate egg discs

I made these Neon glittered egg discs to go on my "Neon Blush" Easter cupcakes.
I first made the glittered chocolate eggs, I then melted white chocolate and poured the chocolate into a macaron tray, then I quickly placed the glittered eggs on to the melted discs and let them set.

Gluten Free

3 Servings

Method

Neon glittered chocolate egg discs

  1. Break or chop your white chocolate into small pieces.

  2. Place the chocolate in a bain marie or in the microwave on low heat. Keep checking your chocolate and stirring it till it has all melted.

  3. Brush the inside of your egg mould with edible glitter and then spoon the melted chocolate into the moulds, gently tap the bottom of the moulds to remove any air bubbles, leave them to set. Turn out your glittered eggs.

  4. Melt some more white chocolate as before and brush a little on to the back of one of the egg halves and immediately place another egg half on top to make a whole egg. Leave to one side to set.

  5. Using a teaspoon spoon a little white chocolate into three spaces on your macaron mould. Gently tap the bottom of the moulds to remove any air bubbles, leave them a few minutes so they begin to set.

  6. Using a teaspoon spoon a little white chocolate into four spaces on your macaron mould. Gently tap the bottom of the moulds to remove any air bubbles, leave them a few minutes so they begin to set. before completely setting, place a set white chocolate egg in the centre and leave to completely set, before peeling decoration off the mat. Store in an airtight container or jar until ready to eat or serve.

Ingredients

Neon glittered chocolate egg discs

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