Spread Your Wings Easter Egg
This chick’s not quite out of her shell, but she’s ready to celebrate spring! She’ll come to life with a sprinkle beak, fondant wings and feet.
- Hard Cooked Eggs
- Yellow Gel Food Color
- Easy-Add Golden Yellow Icing Color Add to shopping list Golden Yellow 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 Orange Icing Color Add to shopping list Orange Icing Color
- Easy-Add Orange Candy Melts® Candy Add to shopping list Orange Candy Melts® Candy
- Easy-Add Goldenrod Color Dust Add to shopping list Goldenrod Color Dust
- Easy-Add Yellow Candy Melts® Candy Add to shopping list Yellow Candy Melts® Candy
- Easy-Add Animal Sprinkle Set Add to shopping list Animal Sprinkle Set
- Easy-Add FoodWriter™ Fine Tip Primary Colors Edible Color Markers Add to shopping list FoodWriter™ Fine Tip Primary Colors Edible Color Markers
Each egg serves one.
Step 1Color eggs yellow. Let set.
Step 2Tint 1 oz. fondant yellow, 3/4 oz. orange per egg; reserve 1/4 oz. white
Step 3Roll out orange fondant 3/16 in. thick. Use knife to cut two feet per egg. Attach egg to feet with melted orange candy; let set. Roll a 1/4 in. orange fondant ball and flatten. Attach behind feet area to stablize egg.
Step 4Brush egg with goldenrod Color Dust.
Step 5Roll out yellow fondant 1/8 in. thick. Use medium leaf Cut-Out to cut one leaf for each egg Use knife to cut leaf in half and make slits for feathers. Attach wings to egg with melted yellow candy. Let set.
Step 6Using white fondant shape two oval eyes, 3/8 in. x 5/16 in. Attach to egg with melted yellow candy.
Step 7Attach two triangle sprinkles for beak with melted orange candy. Let set.
Step 8Using yellow fondant, shape three teardrops, 1/2 in. long x 1/4 in. wide, for hair tufts. Attach to egg with melted yellow candy. Let set.
Step 9Draw cheeks, pupils and eyelashes with FoodWriter edible color markers.
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