skip to content

FREE SHIPPING on all orders over $60! *Limited to domestic U.S. orders only.

Precious Pig Easter Egg

He’s porky and perky with curled-up ears and tail made of fondant. Follow our online instructions to color the hard-cooked egg pink, add the fondant and FoodWriter® Edible Color Marker details, then finish with fun candy eyeballs.

(3)

Difficulty: No Reviews



Instructions:

Step 1

For base, tint portions of white candy using green candy color. Using melted candy in cut disposable bag, pipe a candy shell, 1/8 in. thick and 1/2 in. high, in silicone cup. Chill until firm and unmold.

Step 2

Color eggs pink. Let set.

Step 3

Add 1/8 teaspoon Gum-Tex to 1 1/2 oz. fondant per egg. Tint pink.

Step 4

For feet, shape four 1/2 in. pink fondant balls. Shape into ovals and flatten bottoms; attach to egg with melted candy tinted pink in cut disposable bag.

Step 5

Roll out pink fondant 1/8 in. thick. Use smallest leaf Cut-Out to cut two ears. Use knife to cut off 1/4 in. from bottoms; shape curl at end. Attach to egg with melted candy tinted pink in cut disposable bag.

Step 6

Use wide end of tip 2A to cut a circle for snout. Draw nostrils using pink FoodWriter. Attach to egg with melted candy tinted pink in cut disposable bag.

Step 7

For tail, roll a 1/8 in. diameter pink log. Use knife to cut a 1 in. long piece; shape a spiral tail. Attach to egg with melted candy tinted pink in cut disposable bag.

Step 8

Attach candy eyeballs with melted candy tinted pink in cut disposable bag.

Step 9

Fill candy base with green jimmies. Position egg.