I absolutely love Easter and it’s such a great time of year to get the children involved in baking and this Kinder Creme Egg recipe is perfect to let the little ones help. Big Kids will love these too!
The process is extremely simple and super easy to make! All the ingredients can be found in your local supermarket or if like me a one click delivery from Amazon! It’s just far too easy sometimes lol.
So to get started gather your ingredients which can be found on the recipe below and follow these simple steps to create the perfect Kinder Creme Egg!
Kinder Creme Egg Step by Step
Our first step is to prepare the fondant filling. You will need a saucepan,caster sugar, fondant and vanilla extract for this part of the process.
Once the fondant has softened, it’s time to add in the vanilla extract, glycerine and sugar syrup. Mix well and then remove 2 tbsps of fondant mix and place in to a separate bowl.. Queue time for the kids to lick the spoon lol.
Add some colouring to the fondant in the bowl, to clarify start with a little and add more as needed. This colouring gives the appearance of a Kinder Creme Egg yolk. Ask the kids to scrunch up some tinfoil and place on a plate. Consequently this will ensure that the egg shells will not roll around the plate.
We are nearly there! Take your kinder eggs and split them in half and fill one half leaving some room at the top with the white fondant.
Similarly take a tsp of orange fondant and place in the middle to resemble an egg yolk. Add in your shokobon or mini creme eggs to finish. The mixture made will make four halfs. In short it’s now time to enjoy those Kinder Creme Eggs whether young or old!
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Kinder Creme Eggs
- Mixing Bowl
- Add 50ml water to a small saucepan and bring to the boil.
- Turn the heat down and add 50g caster sugar. Heat on low for 5 mins, stirring often. Set aside to cool completely.
- Add 150g fondant icing to a bowl and heat in microwave for 20 seconds.
- Add in a 1/4 tsp of vanilla extract and mix well.
- Add in 15ml glycerine and mix well.
- Add in 25ml of sugar syrup (make sure it is cooled before adding)
- Remove 2 tbsp of fondant mix and place it into a separate bowl.
- Add orange food colouring in until desired colour.
- Scrunch some tinfoil and place on a plate to ensure eggs don't roll.
- Take a Kinder surprise egg and break it in half.
- Fill one half with white fondant leaving around 2mm free at the top.
- Add in a tsp of orange fondant in the centre. You can leave like this or add in your other eggs such as shokobons or mini creme eggs.
- Repeat the process for the other egg shells.