The little one is getting excited about Easter, and of course, about chocolate Easter eggs. So, I made some chocolate eggs at home. They’re actually coconut eggs covered in chocolate. I think they won’t last until Easter (even if there are only a few days left), but the recipe (below) is easy and maybe I’ll make some more in the next days…
Ingredients (for about 50 chocolate eggs): two cups (200g) coconut flour, two cups (200g) crushed dry biscuits (I used whole wheat biscuits), one and a half cup (300g) brown sugar, three tablespoons coconut oil, one cup (about 250g) bitter chocolate, a half cup milk
Instructions: Put 2 tablespoons of coconut butter, sugar and milk in a pan and melt together over a medium heat. Pour the melted mixture over coconut flour and crushed biscuits, mix together until everything is moistened and evenly distributed. Place the mixture in the refrigerator for at least an hour. Then remove it from the refrigerator, mix by hands a little, form into egg shapes (about the size of a small walnut) and place the eggs on waxed paper. Refrigerate again for an hour. Melt the chocolate and butter and dip eggs into the chocolate mixture using a toothpick. Place them back on the waxed paper and chill in the refrigerator again for a half an hour for chocolate to set.
Enjoy your homemade Easter chocolate eggs!
It is time to start thinking about spring wardrobe. Well, maybe I’m even a little late… But, I always enjoy finding some inspiration on Pinterest and I thought I would share a few outfits I’ve pinned – which means I like them a lot.
All photos via Pinterest, click on photo for source. Some of the sources may be wrong, please add a source in the comments, if you have one. Thank you!
I hope you’re enjoying these beautiful spring days!!