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Peanut Butter Easter Eggs

Reviewed: Apr. 7, 2010
Great recipe. I doubled the recipe - added milk as needed. Then I divided the dough into two circles. Cut eight equal wedges and shaped each wedge into egg. This way all the eggs were of equal size. Froze them overnight. Melted choc on top of stove. Used two bags of semi sweet morsels and a couple of tablespoons of shortening. Dropped them in the bowl of chocolate - turning to coat. Used an off set spatula to pick them up and tapped the eggs on the side of the bowl to remove excess chocolate. Put them in the freezer again overnight. The next day - I melted some white chocolate in microwave - added food coloring and wrote each persons name on them (with a pastry bag). I then used extra large cup cake liners, filled bottom with green (food color) coconut, and placed each egg on top. Wrapped with a Easter themed plastic bag and tied up with curling ribbon. Everyone said it was the best Easter gift they had received.
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