CHOCOLATE COVERED MARSHMALLOW EASTER EGGS
I got this recipe from my mom, but I don't know where she got it from. These are really good and simple. Don't let the amount of flour scare you. It can be sifted and reused, as it's just used in this recipe to form the egg mold.
Provided by Kzim4
Yield 36 serving(s)
Number Of Ingredients 9
- Spread 7 cups flour in each of three 13x9x2-inch baking pans, and 4 cups flour in a 9-inch square pan.
- Press plastic egg halfway into flour to form an impression.
- Repeat 35 times, leaving a small amount of space between each impression.
- In a small bowl, sprinkle gelatin over cold water; set aside.
- In a large saucepan, combine sugar, 1/2 cup corn syrup, and hot water.
- Brong to a boil over medium heat, stirring constantly until candy thermometer reads 238°F.
- Remove from heat; stir in remaining corn syrup.
- Pour into large mixing bowl.
- Add reserved gelatin, 1 tablespoon at a time, beating on high speed until candy is thick and has cooled to lukewarm.
- Beat in vanilla.
- Spoon mixture into egg depressions; dust with flour.
- Let stand 3-4 hours or until set.
- Remove marshmallow eggs from flour, and dust off any excess flour.
- Dip into melted dark chocolate candy coating.
- Place flat side down on wax paper.
- Let stand until set.
- Pour white candy coating into a heavy-duty resealable plastic bag.
- Cut a small hole in the bottom corner.
- Drizzle over eggs.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 150.4, Fat 4.6, SaturatedFat 0.3, Cholesterol 1, Sodium 9.2, Carbohydrate 27, Fiber 0.8, Sugar 20.6, Protein 1.1
MARSHMALLOW EASTER EGGS
I've been making these wonderful marshmallow Easter eggs for years. These candies are a big hit with marshmallow lovers. -Betty Claycomb, Alverton, Pennsylvania
Provided by Taste of Home
Yield About 3 dozen.
Number Of Ingredients 10
- Spread 7 cups flour in each of three 13x9-in. pans and 4 cups flour in a 9-in. square pan. Carefully wash the egg in a mild bleach solution (1 teaspoon chlorine bleach to 1 qt. warm water); dry. Press washed egg halfway into the flour to form an impression. Repeat 35 times, 2-in. apart; set aside., In a small bowl, sprinkle the gelatin over cold water; set aside. In a large saucepan, combine the sugar, 1/2 cup corn syrup and hot water. Bring to a boil over medium heat, stirring constantly, until a candy thermometer reads 238° (soft-ball stage). Remove from the heat; stir in remaining corn syrup., Pour into a large bowl. Add reserved gelatin, 1 tablespoon at a time, beating on high speed until candy is thick and has cooled to lukewarm, about 10 minutes. Beat in vanilla., Spoon lukewarm gelatin mixture into egg depressions; dust with flour. Let stand for 3-4 hours or until set., Brush excess flour off marshmallow eggs. Dip each egg in chocolate candy coating. Place flat side down on waxed paper. Let stand until set. Drizzle each colored candy coating over eggs.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 147 calories, Fat 4g fat (4g saturated fat), Cholesterol 0 cholesterol, Sodium 7mg sodium, Carbohydrate 28g carbohydrate (28g sugars, Fiber 0 fiber), Protein 1g protein.
- Place the sugar, 1/4 cup corn syrup, and 1/2 cup water in a saucepan and cook to 110 degrees F. Simultaneously, bloom the gelatin in the 1/4 cup water.
- Place the bloomed gelatin in the top of a double boiler and melt. Place the 1/4-cup plus 1 tablespoon corn syrup in a medium-sized mixing bowl. Pour the cooked sugar and the melted gelatin into the bowl of corn syrup. Whisk until fluffy. Add the drops of flavored oil. Spray the inside of the egg molds with vegetable cooking spray. Dust with cornstarch. Spoon the fluffy mixture into the egg molds. Let sit overnight. Unmold and decorate.
- To decorate the eggs, make a cornet and fill with chocolate. Use the cornet to draw decorations onto the marshmallow eggs.
- How to Temper Chocolate(From Dessert Circus, Extraordinary Desserts You Can Make At Home by Jacques Torres):
- Chocolate is tempered so that after it has been melted, it retains its gloss and hardens again without becoming chalky and white (that happens when the molecules of fat separate and form on top of the chocolate). There are a variety of ways to temper.
- One of the easiest ways to temper chocolate is to chop it into small pieces and then place it in the microwave for 30 seconds at a time on high power until most of the chocolate is melted. Be very careful not to overheat it. (The temperature of dark chocolate should be between 88 and 90 degrees F, slightly warmer than your bottom lip. It will retain its shape even when mostly melted. White and milk chocolates melt at a temperature approximately 2 degrees F less because of the amount of lactose they contain.) Any remaining lumps will melt in the chocolate's residual heat. Use an immersion blender or whisk to break up the lumps. Usually, chocolate begins to set, or crystallize, along the side of the bowl. As it sets, mix those crystals into the melted chocolate to temper it. A glass bowl retains heat well and keeps the chocolate tempered longer.
- Another way to temper chocolate is called seeding. In this method, add small pieces of unmelted chocolate to melted chocolate. The amount of unmelted chocolate to be added depends on the temperature of the melted chocolate, but is usually 1/4 of the total amount. It is easiest to use an immersion blender for this, or a whisk.
- The classic way to temper chocolate is called tabliering. Two thirds of the melted chocolate is poured onto a marble or another cold work surface. The chocolate is spread out and worked with a spatula until its temperature is approximately 81 degrees F. At this stage, it is thick and begins to set. This tempered chocolate is then added to the remaining non-tempered chocolate and mixed thoroughly until the mass has a completely uniform temperature. If the temperature is still too high, part of the chocolate is worked further on the cold surface until the correct temperature is reached. This is a lot of work, requires a lot of room, and makes a big mess.
- A simple method of checking tempering, is to apply a small quantity of chocolate to a piece of paper or to the point of a knife. If the chocolate has been correctly tempered, it will harden evenly and show a good gloss within a few minutes.
- How to Make a Cornet(From Dessert Circus, Extraordinary Desserts You Can Make At Home by Jacques Torres):
- The Cornet: A cornet is a small piping bag made from parchment paper. It is usually used to make fine decorations.
- Cut an 8 by 12 by 14 1/2-inch triangle from a sheet of parchment paper. Hold the middle of the long side of the triangle between two fingers of one hand. Take the tip of the triangle on the short, wide end and roll it toward the other tip of that same end while simultaneously pulling it in an upward motion. The tip of a cone will form where your thumb and finger hold it on the long side.
- Release your grip from the long side, so that you are now holding the two corners where they meet. The paper will already resemble a partially formed cone. Roll the remaining tail until it is completely rolled into a cone. There will be one point sticking up from the open end. Fold it inside toward the center, and crease the fold. Now you should have a cornet. To close the cornet once it has been filled, fold it away from the seam; this will keep the seam from opening. Use a pair of scissors or a sharp paring knife to cut an opening at the tip of the cornet to the desired size.
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How do you make marshmallows with eggs?These candies are a big hit with marshmallow lovers. —Betty Claycomb, Alverton, Pennsylvania Spread 7 cups flour in each of three 13x9-in. pans and 4 cups flour in a 9-in. square pan. Carefully wash the egg in a mild bleach solution (1 teaspoon chlorine bleach to 1 qt. warm water); dry. Press washed egg halfway into the flour to form an impression.
What is in a marshmallow Easter egg?Made from light, fluffy homemade marshmallow smothered in rich, dark chocolate, these Marshmallow Easter Eggs are sure to delight children and adults alike. The perfect homemade Easter treat. Easter is nearly upon us and this Easter bunny is busy in the kitchen whipping up one of my favourite childhood sweet treats from New Zealand.
How do you make egg molds for Easter eggs?To start, fill two large, rimmed baking sheets (11X17-inch) with flour, shaking to get a mostly even layer. Using a plastic Easter egg (you can also use a real egg or other egg-shape object for the mold), press lightly into the flour to make egg molds. Space the indentations about 1-2 inches apart.
How do you get flour out of marshmallow eggs?Take each marshmallow egg and rub it briskly with the palms of your hands to remove any excess flour. It’s ok if there is still a very light coating of flour on the egg – it won’t be noticeable after the egg is covered in chocolate. All the excess flour can be poured right back into the flour bag/container.