Made this recipe with an after school culinary class I teach at my job. It was a great 45 minute Easter treat for these 12-15 year olds! The end product was very impressive for something so simple and fun to make. They reminded me of a good truffle and I was pleasantly surprised how great they came out. I found the recipe to be very forgiving, (12 yr olds tend to wing it with measurements when not closely watched, and YOU try watching 7 or 8 at once!) and a smart addition can easily correct consistency or textural problems with the "dough". I recommend adding a cherry, small strawberry, pretzel, almond, even bacon to the center of each, and mix them up when you platter them. (always be aware of any food allergies of your guests, of course) This gives them a fun "Easter egg" feel, as you never know what you'll get when you open one. The fruit or nuts are a nice respite to the sugar on sugar on sugar of the eggs also. All in all- a fun and simple recipe, one I will certainly make again. Thanks!
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Made this recipe with an after school culinary class I teach at my job. It was a great 45...