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Monday, March 23, 2015

Dyed White Chocolate Eggs with Cream Centers

This is a sponsored post written for Chocoley Chocolate but all opinions are 100% my own.
Who doesn't love chocolate??  And the fun of decorating Easter eggs??  
This is a little of both!  Some of the very best white chocolate dyed to your favorite color and inside a nice surprise cream center!  
But of course with the great little company Chocoley,  you can find several different colors of Chocolate Coloring oil for white chocolate, some of the best White Chocolate and Drizzle and Design chocolate for all your decorating needs.  
I just saw several different fun Easter Chocolate recipes on their website, 

I am normally not a great candy cook but Chocoley makes it easy and fun to have homemade treats at your house for holidays or just any day!

Here's all your need for these eggs:

Notice the Chocoley White Chocolate is Celiac Safe, Peanut Free, Tree Nut Free and Egg Free!  You can find all these ingredients linked to the ingredients listed below.

Dyed White Chocolate Easter Eggs

1. Place one or two sheets of parchment paper or Chocoley Heavy Weight Dipping Sheets on a cookie sheet, glossy side up.
2. Pinch off the desired amount of your favorite Chocoley cream center or Chocoley caramel, roll it around in the palm of your hand to make a ball and then roll back and forth to create the egg shape. Use your fingers to do any final shaping that is necessary. TIP: Dust hands with Corn Starch to keep the cream centers from sticking.
3. Place the eggs on a piece of parchment paper or Chocoley Heavy Weight Dipping Sheet lined cookie sheet and place in fridge for about 15 minutes
4. Melt white chocolate using instructions that came with your Chocoley chocolate.
5. Add Chocoley coloring oil to reach the desired color, make sure your coloring oil is not cold or it will seize up. Just follow the directions that came with your Chocoley Coloring oil.
6. Remove cream center eggs from the refrigerator and place 1 egg at a time in the chocolate. Roll it around until it is evenly coated and then lift out with a stainless steel dipping fork. Gently tap your hand on the side of the bowl to allow excess chocolate to drip back into the bowl.
7. Place chocolate covered eggs onto parchment paper or the glossy side of Heavy Weight Dipping Sheet lined tray.
8. Let the chocolate harden by placing the dipping sheet lined tray of chocolate covered eggs in the fridge for about 15-30 minutes
9. Use the Chocoley Drizzle & Design Chocolate to decorate eggs

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