Paint Your Own Easter Egg
Looking for a fun, family-friendly activity? Look no further! These kits are made for artists of all ages. With careful adult oversight, painting a chocolate egg might be one of the most fun and unique things to do for Easter. The “paint” is made of cocoa butter and color. The chocolate egg is solid, but FLAT on the back so egg stays in place while you paint and doesn’t need to be handled (or melted in little hands).
This is a fun activity for families, and adults should always provide direct supervision. To use the “paint” gently heat the palette in the microwave on medium for 30 seconds at a time until the paint is melted and ready to use. You may need to do this multiple times throughout the project. Alternatively, you can use a hair dryer on low (be careful not to blow the paint out of the palette) or place the palette on a heating pad on low.
The trick is to keep the chocolate paint warm but not hot so it can be in liquid form and not melt the egg. The color, especially the blue and red can stain clothing and hands, so a smock is recommended. If you have paint left over, you can use it on any chocolate: bars, bonbons, bunnies, etc. Happy Painting!
Ingredients: cocoa beans (66%), cocoa butter, sugar, non-GMO soy lecithin, vanilla, colors: blue 1, blue 2, red 3, red 40, yellow 5, yellow 6, titanium dioxide
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