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DIY Kinder eggs

egg mold (I used a silicone one)
chocolate to melt
what ever suprises you would like to put in the eggs 
pot to melt the chocolate and spoon to mix

Start by melting the chocolate, make sure to keep a eye on it as it can burn quick..I mixed every min or two. Once chocolate is melted pour into molds. Here is a important part~ turn the mold so every side of the egg is covered then pour out extra chocolate but make sure there is enough chocolate in the mold so the eggs are not to thin. If they are thin they will break. I found the best thing to do was let the first batch cool then add a second coat of melted chocolate. Once second layer is cooled, pop out of molds. Here is another important part. To get the eggs to stick to each other heat up a pan or glass dish and gently rub the bottom (open side of egg) on the warm pan then do the same thing with the other side and place together. Don't forget to add our surprise in the middle! 
Once they are together let them cool and done! 
It is really not hard and my kids loved them! Kinder eggs are banned here so it was nice to make and give them. 
Any questions feel free to commented! 


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