My 1st Chocolate Easter Egg Recipe! Hope Bubby don’t see this 😉
When I was a young lad I had some serious jealousy issues. Particularly during holiday season. As a boy of the Jewish faith, I was never satisfied with our holidays. Hanukkah, Rosh Hashanah, Passover. They all seemed to pale in comparison to the Christian counterparts that most of my friends celebrated, namely Christmas and Easter. Particularly when it came to the food. My friends’ mom’s Chocolate Easter Egg Recipe seemed like a bajillion times better than my Bubby’s Gefilte Fish. And her Charoset. And her Matza Ball Soup. You get the point. Sorry Bubby. It’s a good thing you don’t have an internet 😉
So when I started seeing Chocolate Easter Egg recipes pop up on the various blogs this year, I got super excited! Yay! I’ve got myself a food blog now, I have an excuse to make my own Chocolate Easter Egg Recipe!!!
What do you like to put in your Easter Eggs? Tell us in the comments!
Easter time in Bali also happens to be the tail end of the Durian season. I know, I’m crying too. It’s about this time of year when I get the serious Durian Madness and start making all sorts of awesome durian delicacies. The perfect storm? Mayhaps 😉
Without further ado, here’s the combination of my child and adulthood holiday food fantasies : The Jonny Freesh Chocolate Easter Egg Recipe with Vanilla Durian Filling.[amd-zlrecipe-recipe:38]
Since I’m a newbie to Easter Eggs, I would love to hear your thoughts on how to make these the expert way. Do you use molds or freehand like I did it? What’s your favorite easter egg filling?
Happy Easter and Passover!