"Egg - cited" about these DIY color blocked chocolate eggs

"Egg - cited" about these DIY color blocked chocolate eggs

I made these color blocked chocolate Easter eggs to coordinate with our table setting. I'm totally crushing on this color combo! The kiddos were super excited to sample some of these before making it to the table. These eggs make the perfect dessert to a wonderful Easter meal. Not only are they simple to make, they make a great and colorful table setting. So if you would like to make a big impact in a simple way make sure to give these cute treats a try and have goodie bags to go! IMG_0486 IMG_0508


  • Colored Candy Melts (I used white and colored my own as desired) - (Michaels)
  • Chocolate Coloring ( I used pink, yellow and turquiose)
  • Egg Shaped Silicone Mold - (Michaels)
  • Microwave Safe Bowls
  • Spoons
  • Toothpicks


Start by melting your chocolate melts in the microwave. I started with 30 second increments checking in between each set to ensure the desired consistensy. Make sure that you mix your chocolate well. I made sure to melt each color one at a time. I used a toothpick to add color in small amounts to not over color. Once I had the colors I wanted I began to place the chocolate in the mold. I added each color one at a time and propping the mold with a small bowl in the freezer for 5-6 minutes in between. When you are finally finished with your desired color combos I placed the mold one last time for 10 minutes in the freezer to ensure the were harden before removing them. At this point I removed them from the mold and they come out fairly easy by stretching the mold in different directions. I decided to keep mine simple and color blocked. However you could drizzle additional chocolate and add sprinkles.
IMG_0480IMG_0503What is your favorite Easter color combination?!
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