Easter Pokeball Surprise

Easter Pokeball Surprise! Who says Easter baskets can't include Pokeballs?


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Total time: 20 minutes

Prep time: 20 minutes

Ingredients for 4 people

4 cups of cornstarch

2 egg

1.1 cups of sugar

9 gelatin sheets

1 tbsp of honey

3 1/2 oz of milk chocolate

7 oz of white chocolate

1 chocolate egg

Red food coloring


Black fondant

White fondant


Pokemon toys

Piping bag

Metal rack

Pastry brush

Step 1/4

Begin by putting cornstarch in a rectangular dish and use it to create a mold. Next, separate the egg whites from the yolks and beat the egg whites until they form stiff peaks. In a pot, bring 0.4 cups of water, sugar, and honey to a boil until the syrup reaches a temperature of 250°F. Add the gelatin sheets to the syrup and stir well. Pour the syrup mixture into the beaten egg whites and continue to mix until foamy. Transfer the marshmallow mixture into a piping bag and pipe it into the molds. Allow the marshmallow to set at room temperature.

Step 2/4

Cover the marshmallow with cornstarch to prevent sticking and gently remove it from the mold. Place the marshmallow on a wire rack and remove any excess cornstarch with a brush. Melt the milk chocolate, pour it over the entire marshmallow, and let it set.

Step 3/4

Melt the white chocolate, divide it in two portions and color one portion red. Cut the chocolate egg in half, place it on a wire rack, and pour white chocolate over the bottom half and red chocolate over the top half. Leave to set.

Step 4/4

Melt the edges of the chocolate egg on the bottom of a hot pot, then fill the chocolate egg with candy. Close the chocolate egg and place it on a stand. Add a black fondant belt in the center of the egg. Place a black fondant circle then a white fondant circle in the center of the belt. Serve and enjoy!

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