Wednesday, 28 March 2012

Home Made Easter Eggs

If your looking for a way to make your easter that little bit more unique we have found this egg-ceptional way to entertain the kids or to get your creative spirit out. 






You will need...
 6 Large eggs
A Needle
Food Coloring
Your Favorite Chocolate 
Method 
Using a pin, poke a hole in the bottom of a large raw egg; insert the tip of a utility knife, and turn to open the hole slightly. 
Insert pin into the hole to pierce and "stir" the yolk. Hold the egg, hole down, over a bowl, and blow air into the hole. Rinse out egg. 
Repeat to make 6 blown eggs
Submerge them in a pot of cold water with 1 tablespoon white vinegar; bring to a boil, then simmer, skimming foam from surface, 10 minutes. Let drain on a pin board. 
Mix 4 tablespoons vinegar and 12 drops of blue food coloring with 2 cups boiling-hot water in a heatproof glass or enamel bowl. Dip eggs in vinegar and the dye, 2 to 3 minutes. Pat eggs with paper towels to eliminate streaks.
 Melt chocolate, stirring occasionally. 
Place eggshells in an egg carton. Place a disposable pastry bag in a tall glass, and fold top down. Fill bag with chocolate
 Insert tip of bag into each egg, and fill with chocolate. Let set completely, about 4 hours.


Enjoy

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