Friday, 29 March 2013

Three Dimensional Easter Egg and Bunny

These simple 3 D Easter Egg and bunnies are simple and easy to make.


8 oz / 220 grams Milk chocolate
Edible coloured sugar and Flowers to decorate.


1.Break the chocolate into small pieces and place it into a  microwave safe bowl.
2. Melt the milk chocolate once it has melted gently pour it into the silicon mould which has been placed on a baking tray
3. Sprinkle coloured sugar and flower decorations of  choice on the egg shapes and place the tray in the fridge to set.

4.After 2 hours gently peel off silicon mould and slide the two egg shapes together to form a 3 D egg.(Do this very gently otherwise the chocolate will break.If you are having difficulty to slide the pieces together shave a tiny bit of the chocolate off in the slits using a sharp knife to make the slit wider.)
5. Slide the bunny shapes together and add a small white chocolate eye.
This inspiration for this post came from Selena blog- garnish food, Selena is a wonderful fruit and vegetable carving artist, she has some amazing creations on her blog and she has also made video of how to make these 3D Easter Eggs which you can check out here.

I purchased this Easter Egg/ Bunny silicon mould ( 1.99) from Lakeland they also do a similar heart shaped mould ( £2.49) that you can use to make lovely 3D chocolate hearts. 

Submitting to:
Lets Cook for Kids event by

Celebrate Easter hosted  by Easy to cook recipes event by JCO

JCO Choc full Easter event


  1. oh cute, must be fun to make this :) Thnx for linking it to my event.

  2. Hi Nayna, Thanks for sharing your chocolates!! They are adorable. I had the same problem with connecting parts, as you wrote in my blog. I think, this is because of overloading the mold with chocolate. That made the parts thick. Also keep the sliding line free of decoration. Looks like sugar made the parts thicker than the gap allows.

    I am surprised of the mold price! Is it Lekue mold? I know that Lekue molds cost more. :)

  3. delicious and awesome...thank u for linking in

  4. Love the idea of being able to make such original looking Easter bunnies.

  5. looks delicious...have started following you and you have great collection of recipes,When your free plz drop into my space and will be happy if you follow me...Thanks

  6. Just came across this and think it puts a different angle on easter eggs! :)


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