Blushing Blossoms Easter Eggs
Pastels tell the story on this vividly hued hard-cooked egg—it’s Easter! Our silicone Flower Fun Cups create the perfect platform.
- Hard Cooked Eggs
- Pink Gel Food Color or
- Easy-Add Pink Icing Color Add to shopping list Pink Icing Color
- White Ready-To-Use Rolled Fondant (2 oz. makes 1 egg)Easy-Add White Ready-To-Use Rolled Fondant Add to shopping list White Ready-To-Use Rolled Fondant
- Easy-Add Leaf Green Icing Color Add to shopping list Leaf Green Icing Color
- Easy-Add Leaf Green Pearl Dust™ Add to shopping list Leaf Green Pearl Dust™
- Easy-Add Sky Blue Icing Color Add to shopping list Sky Blue Icing Color
- Easy-Add Rainbow Nonpareils Sprinkles Add to shopping list Rainbow Nonpareils Sprinkles
Each egg serves one
- Easy-Add 9 in. Fondant Roller Add to shopping list 9 in. Fondant Roller
- Easy-Add Roll-N-Cut Mat Add to shopping list Roll-N-Cut Mat
- Easy-Add Nature Fondant and Gum Paste Mold Add to shopping list Nature Fondant and Gum Paste Mold
- Easy-Add Brush Set Add to shopping list Brush Set
- Easy-Add Flower Cut-Outs™ Add to shopping list Flower Cut-Outs™
- Easy-Add Silicone Flower Fun Baking Cups Add to shopping list Silicone Flower Fun Baking Cups
Step 1Color eggs pink. Let set.
Step 2Tint 1 oz. fondant green, 1/2 oz. blue per egg.
Step 3Roll out green fondant 1/4 in. thick. Use medium round Cut-Out to cut a circle for base.
Step 4Using mold and green fondant, make a 4 in. long leaf chain. Attach around edge of base with damp brush. Attach egg to base with thinned fondant adhesive. Brush leaves with leaf green Pearl Dust.
Step 5Use mold to make 17 small blossoms. Attach blossoms to egg with thinned fondant adhesive.
Step 6Attach a yellow nonpareil to each flower center with thinned fondant adhesive.
Step 7Position egg and base on overturned Flower Fun Cup.
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