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Egg-cellent Easter eggs

Egg-cellent Easter eggs

Serves: 8 (makes 16 halves – 2 per serve)
Time to make: 20 mins , plus 1 hr freezing

Total cost: $ 6.71 / $ 0.84 per serve

(at time of publication)


  • These may be sweet enough but you can add a teaspoon of honey (or a stevia measure equivalent to 1 teaspoon of sugar) to cream cheese spread.
  • You can use tinned mango, peaches or apricots: just drain before blending.
  • Make it gluten free: Check chocolate melts are gluten free.

HFG tip

  • You want hollow eggs, not solid, so paint the surface of the egg mould with the liquid chocolate, rather than fill it up.
  • Half a cup of mango is enough to make the egg yolks but you may need more to ensure smooth blending. Use the leftover fruit in a smoothie, or freeze into an ice block.
  • These are meant to be served open to show off the filling. However, if you prefer a traditional Easter egg, melt a few additional chocolate chips right at the end and use to glue the egg halves together.

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Photographer: Melanie Jenkins

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