home make chocolate egg for easter with mini melting pot

Homemade chocolate eggs for Easter!

Easter is coming, let us make own Chocolate eggs or Bunny in 2023!

Why we suggest make these by yourself?

Taking charge of your Easter chocolate eggs has never been easier! With homemade recipes, you can easily manage the sugar intake and add your favorite nuts or flavors to create a uniquely delicious treat. Not only is it a fun activity to do with family or friends, but it's also a great way to satisfy your sweet tooth without worrying about overindulging in sugar. Give it a try and discover the joys of homemade Easter eggs!


  1. Healthier option: Homemade chocolate eggs give you the liberty to control the ingredients you use. You can choose to use dark chocolate or natural ingredients, making them healthier when compared to pre-packaged options that are packed with preservatives and high amounts of sugar.
  2. Personal touch: Making chocolate eggs by yourself allows you to add your personal touch to the decoration, adding a level of creativity and personalization. It adds that unique touch that you cannot find in any store-bought options.
  3. Cost-effective: Buying pre-made chocolate eggs can cost you a considerable amount of money, especially during the Easter season. Making chocolate eggs at home is a cost-effective option as you can get all the ingredients within your budget and make multiple batches.

making chocolate eggs at home can be a healthier, cost-effective, and personalized option. Additionally, it could be a fun activity for the entire family to do together during the Easter season.

The recipe for home make Easter chocolate egg or bunny:

  • 1 bag of chocolate chips
  • Qvin mini warmer
  • Easter egg mold
  • Sugar per you desired amount
  • Optional: decorations such as sprinkles, candy pieces or nuts. 
  1. Break your chocolate into rough chunks, then finely chop into small pieces – the finer the better!


  1. Put all chocolate pieces in to the mini melting pot, plug in the Qvin mini warmer, and allow them to melt, stirring occasionally to ensure they melt evenly.
  2. Using a spoon, fill each half of the Easter egg mold with chocolate, making sure to leave enough space for the two halves to be joined together later.
  3. Chill the mold in the refrigerator for about 5 minutes, or until the chocolate is firm.
  4. Once the chocolate has hardened, carefully remove each half of the Easter egg from the mold.
  5. Using a spoon, fill one half of the Easter egg with any desired decorations such as sprinkles or candy pieces.
  6. Gently heat the edge of the other half of the Easter egg so that the chocolate melts slightly, and then press the two halves together to form a complete egg. Options: Get creative with your Easter sweets by placing your homemade chocolate bunny outside of the egg!
  7. Chill the finished Easter egg in the refrigerator until the chocolate is firm.


Once the chocolate is completely hardened, the Easter egg is ready to be wrapped or displayed as desired.

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