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We make these every year during the Easter season! The kids love all the flavors and colors hidden inside the crunchy chocolate shell.--Desi
1 envelope unflavored gelatin
1/3 cup cold water
1/2 cup sugar
1 egg white
2/3 cup corn syrup
melted dipping chocolate
Before making marshmallow mixture, fill two 9x13" pans with about 1-1/2 inches flour. Using a clean egg, make egg impressions in the flour, using the side of the egg, about 12 per pan. These impressions will be your molds. Set aside.
To make the marshmallow, soften the unflavored gelatin in the cold water, about 5 minutes. Meanwhile, beat the egg white until very stiff. Whip in the corn syrup, and continue beating until stiff. Set aside. Stir the sugar into the unflavored gelatin. Pour into a double boiler. Beat the gelatin mixture over the boiling water until very stiff. Pour the gelatin mixture into the egg white and beat (over the boiling water) for about 10 minutes.
Portion the mixture into bowls. Color and flavor as desired. Work quickly, as marshmallow sets up fast. Spoon marshmallow mixture into prepared molds. Let set for 3 hours or until they lose their gloss on top (may take longer depending on humidity).
Once set. Melt dipping chocolate in double boiler. Turn eggs over in flour to coat lightly so they won't be too sticky to handle. Dip gently in melted chocolate. Tempered chocolate works best. Set eggs on greased waxed paper until chocolate sets. Store in airtight container.