If making the smaller eggs, bypass trying to hand dip these, which is really fiddly and difficult, and buy a couple of inexpensive plastic candy molds from the craft store to use instead. I tried both ways and the molds were the easiest by far, especially as it becomes a fun project for the kids that way. Just coat the inside of the mold with chocolate, pat in a ball of filling, cover with more chocolate, then chill to set. We used colored candy melts to hand color the molds first. If you do hand dip, make sure to keep the eggs in the freezer and only take a few out at a time to dip as they soften extremely quickly and will turn to mush when you try to dip (at least they did for us). I would also use milk chocolate next time and reduce the butter in the filling as it was really soft and greasy.
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If making the smaller eggs, bypass trying to hand dip these, which is really fiddly and...