Make Cadbury Eggs At Home!
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Ingredients

Steps

  1. Get a large bowl and electric mixer. Beat the butter, salt, corn syrup, and vanilla in the bowl.
  2. Pour a cup of sugar at a time into the bowl, but mix by hand, not electric mixer, after each sugar cup.
  3. Divide the dough by taking off 1/3 of it. Get a small bowl for that and drop red and yellow food coloring on it. Stir well so the colors get all around.
  4. Use Saran wrap and cover both bowls. Place them in the refrigerator for two hours.
  5. Wait until the dough is firm. With hands, roll a small orange dough ball and roll a white dough ball about twice the size of the orange one. Wrap the white ball around the orange ball and form egg-like shapes out of them.
  6. Brush or lightly grease a cookie sheet with shortening. Place all of the egg pieces onto the cookie sheet and into the refrigerator for another 3 to 4 hours.
  7. Get a small bowl and mix the shortening and chocolate chips in it. Place the bowl in the microwave for one minute on high heat. Stir ingredients together and microwave them for another minute.
  8. Take the egg pieces out and dip each piece into the chocolate, using a fork as the holder. Gently place them on wax paper and stick it in the refrigerator for another 1 to 2 hours. Repeat the chocolate dipping and refrigerate again.

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