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Last week, my husband was with me at the store. As we passed the Easter candy, he spotted some of those marshmallow eggs that come in the egg carton. I don’t know if you’ve ever bought those before, but the idea of a marshmallow egg, combined with the $1 price tag make them quite alluring. I told him that I had had them before and didn’t like them, but we still ended up with 2 cartons on them in our cart. Later that day, at home, he opened one up and tried them out. Let’s just say that they are still sitting in our cabinet, barely eaten!! For $1, you really get what you pay for – cheap chocolate with a spongy, marshmallow filling.


Easter Egg Marshmallow Truffles | www.tasteandtellblog.com


Well, shortly after my husband bought those eggs, I ran across this post on Stephanie’s Kitchen where she made Marshmallow Truffles. Immediately, I thought that it would be fun to make them and shape them as eggs. I knew they would be better than those cheap eggs at the grocery store!! Stephanie did not let me down. These truffles are delicious. The center is super creamy, and I got to control the quality of the chocolate on the outside!!


Easter Egg Marshmallow Truffles | www.tasteandtellblog.com


Not only are they quite tasty, but they are super cute as well. These would be a great Easter gift to give away, or a great filler for Easter baskets. But do make sure you have someone to share these with, because they are quite addictive. Believe me – I’ve eaten more than my fair share of them!! I ended up begging my in-laws to take some with them when they stopped by the other day. All this Easter candy is not helping me to lose the baby weight!!

What Easter candy do you have a hard time passing up at the store?


Easter Egg Marshmallow Truffles | www.tasteandtellblog.com

Easter Egg Marshmallow Truffles
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Forget the tasteless, store-bought marshmallow eggs. These homemade marshmallow truffles are sure to be a hit with everyone!
Serves: 30 truffles
  • 1 7-ounce jar marshmallow creme
  • 6 tablespoons butter, at room temperature
  • ¼ teaspoon vanilla
  • dash of salt
  • 3 cups powdered sugar
For the coating:
  • 8 ounces chocolate
  • 1 tablespoon shortening
  • assorted sprinkles, if desired
  1. In the bowl of a mixer, combine the marshmallow creme, butter, vanilla and salt. Mix until creamy. Gradually add the powdered sugar, mixing until smooth. Refrigerate for an hour.
  2. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper or waxed paper. Use a small scoop to make small balls out of the marshmallow mixture. Form each ball into an egg shape. Freeze for about 15 minutes.
  3. Melt the chocolate with the shortening. Dip the marshmallow eggs into the chocolate and place back onto the lined baking sheet. Sprinkle with topping, if desired. Refrigerate until the chocolate is set.
  4. Slightly adapted from Stephanie's Kitchen

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22 Responses to Easter Egg Marshmallow Truffles

  1. what a fun idea! bookmarking this!

  2. Alli says:

    I love Easter candy but, homemade Easter is even better. These look adorable and delicious.

  3. Monet says:

    These are just ADORABLE. I want to eat one right now…and then make 5 dozen for my friends and family. Your creations and your appreciation for good food and a full life are inspiring. And thank you for your kind words on my own blog…they made me smile. I hope you have a bountiful week!

  4. Mrs. L says:

    These look so cute! And I love anything with marshmallow cream!

  5. these are about the cutest things ever.
    your photography is AMAZING.
    i’m sure these are delicious.

  6. camie says:

    Fantastic! I’d love to try these this week!!

  7. I love the idea! Homemade treats are so much better anyway.

  8. Hilary says:

    I SO want to try these! I love homemade chocolate/candies…and these look adorable and delicious. And I haven’t stopped by in a few days, but I love the new look!

  9. Heather says:

    Love the idea too. Sounds soo good

  10. These are adorable and I love the presentation!

  11. camie says:

    I just made these with my kids. SOOOO glad I did. Thanks for the fun recipe!

  12. I looove those cheap marshmallow eggs and can only imagine how much better these would be! I’ll have to try these this year!

  13. These are adorable! I don’t think I’d have any willpower against these. They look delicious!

  14. paula greenstein says:

    These look amazing! I live in CT and would have to mail them to CA-are they ok without refrigeration?
    I love the idea of the egg carton-you are so creative!
    Best regards,

    • Deborah says:

      @paula greenstein, I haven’t tried shipping them, so I’m not sure, but I’m guessing they will ship fine. The only thing I’d be worried about is the chocolate melting, but it shouldn’t be a problem this time of year.

  15. Robyn says:

    Your cute mother-in-law taught me how to make these in YW years ago! She actually used and egg for the shape in e flour, so they were bigger, but they were so yummy! In fact, I had my mom get the recipe from her a year or two ago, but still haven’t tried doing them myself.

  16. These look so great! Much better than store bought ones. I have a hard time passing up the Cadbury mini eggs.

  17. Bonnie says:

    I like those $1.00 chocolate covered marshmallow eggs, but, there are some that are dark chocolate (I think in a pink box and hard to find) and a lighter milk chocolate. The ones that are dark chocolate are good and once you eat those you sure will not want the lighter colored ones. I am sure that they sure do not compare to these beauties though.

  18. These are so cute, the perfect Easter treat!

  19. Seriously, these look amazing! I am definitely going to try and make these for Easter!! yum!

  20. Way too cute. I mean, don’t get me wrong. I could still eat the whole container. LOL.

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