Stay Out of the Water Shark Easter Egg
Great blue shark hard-cooked egg makes a cool addition to the Easter basket. Color him brilliant blue using Sky Blue Icing Color.
- Hard Cooked Eggs
- Easy-Add Sky Blue Icing Color Add to shopping list Sky Blue Icing Color
- Easy-Add FoodWriter™ Bold Tip Primary Colors Edible Color Markers Add to shopping list FoodWriter™ Bold Tip Primary Colors Edible Color Markers
- White Ready-To-Use Rolled Fondant (1 oz. makes 1 egg)Easy-Add White Ready-To-Use Rolled Fondant Add to shopping list White Ready-To-Use Rolled Fondant
- Easy-Add Candy Eyeballs Add to shopping list Candy Eyeballs
- Easy-Add Blue Candy Melts® Candy Add to shopping list Blue Candy Melts® Candy
Each egg serves one
Step 1Color egg blue; let dry.
Step 2Draw mouth at wide end of egg 2 in. wide x 1 in. high with black FoodWriter edible color marker. Let dry.
Step 3Tint 1 1/4 in. ball fondant blue for each egg. Attach all fondant pieces to egg using brush and melted candy. Side fins: Make two, use 1/2 in. ball for each. Flatten and shape into a curved triangle 1/4 in. thick. Attach to sides.
Step 4Dorsal fin: Use 5/8 in. ball. Shape into triangle. Attach to top. Tail: Use 3/4 in. ball; mold into wide “V” shape 1 1/4 in. high x 1 1/2 in. wide. Pinch to shape and attach to narrow end of egg.
Step 5Roll out 1/2 in. ball of white fondant 1/16 in, thick and cut small triangles for teeth, 1/4 in. to 3/8 in. tall. Attach around mouth with melted candy.
Step 6Roll 1/2 in. ball blue fondant into 6 in. long x 1/8 in. thick log. Wrap around mouth, trim to fit
Step 7Roll two 1/4 in. balls of blue fondant for eyelids. Roll into logs about 1 in. long, tapering one end on each. Attach with melted candy.
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