Today as promised yesterday by yours truly, the how to make make easter that little bit more special and cheaper heheheh, between you and me nowadays is veeeeeryyy important to save some pennies.
So here it goes, hope you enjoy and actually manage to do them ...
Firstly grease your mould with some cooking spray & melt your chocolate in a bain marie ( for those who have not a clue of what a bain marie I'll explain, you put a pan with some water and another heat resistant recipient on top of the one with the water, put the chocolate chunks into it and let it melt gently) mix the chocolate up with a spoon so that it is heated evenly. Repeat this until all the chocolate has melted. The second step obviously will be to brush the melted chocolate in both half's off the mould ( if making a big choc. egg or bunny ) or completely fill both half's if making a smallish one. Be careful not to over-fill the mold and allow the chocolate Easter eggs to set thoroughly, inside the big ones you can put little pressies (presents) or even more chocolate like m&m's for example that's up to you really.
Separate your egg-halves from the mold and paint each one with melted chocolate. be sure to put the two sides together even if with the aid of a rubber band in order to make a little pressure ans stabilise them, leave them in the fridge cause chocolate gets tougher when cold. If you want to give them has easter gifts there are various cellophane papers/ wrappings available just wrap them on it and use a gift ribbon as well has an elastic rubber on top.
OUR little Secret: when melted chocolate can act has glue to secure both of the half's.
Thank you for watching, see you soon ;)